Hondo Public Library

Library Events

Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Hondo Public Library! All events are free and open to the public. Registration required where noted.
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Monday, Sep. 27
Ongoing reading program for children who have not get started kindergarten and their parents/caregivers. The goal is to develop the skills necessary for reading prior to children starting school. Letter recognition through both sight and sound, understanding of sequence in stories, and the simple enjoyment of time spent with books all help children be ready to begin reading on their own when they start school.
Tuesday, Sep. 28
Ongoing reading program for children who have not get started kindergarten and their parents/caregivers. The goal is to develop the skills necessary for reading prior to children starting school. Letter recognition through both sight and sound, understanding of sequence in stories, and the simple enjoyment of time spent with books all help children be ready to begin reading on their own when they start school.
Tuesday, Sep. 28, 10:30 a.m.

This program is for babies up to 2-year olds and for their parent, grandparent, or caregiver. Tina Leos will read a book and lead the participants in a song, counting & colors, and gross and fine motor skills activities related to today's theme.

Wednesday, Sep. 29
Ongoing reading program for children who have not get started kindergarten and their parents/caregivers. The goal is to develop the skills necessary for reading prior to children starting school. Letter recognition through both sight and sound, understanding of sequence in stories, and the simple enjoyment of time spent with books all help children be ready to begin reading on their own when they start school.
Wednesday, Sep. 29, 10:30 a.m.

This program is for 3-year olds through Pre-Kindergarten (approximately 5-year olds) and for their parent, grandparent, or caregiver. Tina Leos will read a book and lead the participants in a song, movement, and craft related to today's theme.

Thursday, Sep. 30
Ongoing reading program for children who have not get started kindergarten and their parents/caregivers. The goal is to develop the skills necessary for reading prior to children starting school. Letter recognition through both sight and sound, understanding of sequence in stories, and the simple enjoyment of time spent with books all help children be ready to begin reading on their own when they start school.
Friday, Oct. 1
Ongoing reading program for children who have not get started kindergarten and their parents/caregivers. The goal is to develop the skills necessary for reading prior to children starting school. Letter recognition through both sight and sound, understanding of sequence in stories, and the simple enjoyment of time spent with books all help children be ready to begin reading on their own when they start school.
Saturday, Oct. 2
Ongoing reading program for children who have not get started kindergarten and their parents/caregivers. The goal is to develop the skills necessary for reading prior to children starting school. Letter recognition through both sight and sound, understanding of sequence in stories, and the simple enjoyment of time spent with books all help children be ready to begin reading on their own when they start school.
Saturday, Oct. 2, 9:00 am
Come meet our Hondo Police Department Officers, have some coffee and donuts, and discuss your concerns with the officers.
Saturday, Oct. 2, 10:30 am
Our monthly family StoryTime! that is open to all ages. This month our Animal Care Services officers will bring shelter animals and talk about their needs for food, water, shelter, and care. Children and families may read to the animals and there may be animals available for adoption. This event will be held in the back yard so we can spread out on and around the stage.
Sunday, Oct. 3
Ongoing reading program for children who have not get started kindergarten and their parents/caregivers. The goal is to develop the skills necessary for reading prior to children starting school. Letter recognition through both sight and sound, understanding of sequence in stories, and the simple enjoyment of time spent with books all help children be ready to begin reading on their own when they start school.
Monday, Oct. 4
Ongoing reading program for children who have not get started kindergarten and their parents/caregivers. The goal is to develop the skills necessary for reading prior to children starting school. Letter recognition through both sight and sound, understanding of sequence in stories, and the simple enjoyment of time spent with books all help children be ready to begin reading on their own when they start school.
Tuesday, Oct. 5
Ongoing reading program for children who have not get started kindergarten and their parents/caregivers. The goal is to develop the skills necessary for reading prior to children starting school. Letter recognition through both sight and sound, understanding of sequence in stories, and the simple enjoyment of time spent with books all help children be ready to begin reading on their own when they start school.
Tuesday, Oct. 5, 10:30 am

This program is for babies up to 2-year olds and for their parent, grandparent, or caregiver. Tina Leos will read a book and lead the participants in a song, counting & colors, and gross and fine motor skills activities related to today's theme.

Wednesday, Oct. 6
Ongoing reading program for children who have not get started kindergarten and their parents/caregivers. The goal is to develop the skills necessary for reading prior to children starting school. Letter recognition through both sight and sound, understanding of sequence in stories, and the simple enjoyment of time spent with books all help children be ready to begin reading on their own when they start school.
Wednesday, Oct. 6, 10:30 am

This program is for 3-year olds through Pre-Kindergarten (approximately 5-year olds) and for their parent, grandparent, or caregiver. This week we will have a special guest, Arlynne Martinez, the resource specialist with Hill Country State Natural Area. She will read a nature-themed book, share some facts, and provide a craft related to today's theme.

Thursday, Oct. 7
Ongoing reading program for children who have not get started kindergarten and their parents/caregivers. The goal is to develop the skills necessary for reading prior to children starting school. Letter recognition through both sight and sound, understanding of sequence in stories, and the simple enjoyment of time spent with books all help children be ready to begin reading on their own when they start school.
Friday, Oct. 8
Ongoing reading program for children who have not get started kindergarten and their parents/caregivers. The goal is to develop the skills necessary for reading prior to children starting school. Letter recognition through both sight and sound, understanding of sequence in stories, and the simple enjoyment of time spent with books all help children be ready to begin reading on their own when they start school.
Saturday, Oct. 9
Ongoing reading program for children who have not get started kindergarten and their parents/caregivers. The goal is to develop the skills necessary for reading prior to children starting school. Letter recognition through both sight and sound, understanding of sequence in stories, and the simple enjoyment of time spent with books all help children be ready to begin reading on their own when they start school.
Saturday, Oct. 9, 10:30 am
Join us in the backyard to help paint the Sugar Skull plywood cutouts for use at our Dia de Los Muertos event on October 16. We have 10 cutouts, approximately 3' x 4' to be painted and decorated appropriately.
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