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  • Pickup & Go hours expansion

    Expanded Pickup & Go Hours start June 1

    Beginning June 1, hours of operation for the Library's drive-up window and phone assistance expand to offer more service to the community. Click here for details.

  • summer reading program 2020

    Imagine Your Story!

    Summer Reading 2020 is here There's a summer reading program for all ages. Click here for details.

  • hoopla

    Access to Hoopla ends June 15

    On June 15, all Hoopla content will become unavailable and anything borrowed will disappear from your Hoopla account. Click here for more information and to access other digital content.

  • using the library

    Discover ways to use the Library while we're closed

    Get help from staff via email, access digital content, and enjoy virtual programs for all ages. Temporary library cards are available. Click here for details.

  • Census 2020

    Help shape your community's future

    The Census is more than just a population count. The data has an impact on planning and funding for your community. It's quick & confidential. Click here to take the 2020 Census.


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    Jun 3 at 07:15 PM

    Need help talking to your kids about racial injustice and recent events? Sesame Street and CNN are hosting a town hall for kids and families.

  • Lewisville Public Library

    Jun 3 at 08:11 PM

    After Action Report for the June 2, 2020 demonstration from Lewisville Police Department Chief Kevin Deaver. Link to the report can be found at

  • Lewisville Public Library

    Jun 3 at 01:01 PM

    This summer we're starting something new, a weekly comics challenge! Every Wednesday, we'll post a Summer Kids’ Comics Challenge (but all ages can participate!). Once you've completed the challenge, we want to see! Share them with us on Facebook, and be sure to tag us and use the hashtag #LPLComics. Your FIRST challenge is to create a comic book character based on yourself. To help you get started, we suggest the simplified drawing methods described in this post from the terrific Comics Club blog from the UK, founded by Neill Cameron. Check out Neill’s comic Mega Robo Bros in print or as a CloudLibrary eBook. “Stick Stories” – Learn how to draw a simplified stick version of yourself or anyone else real or imagined you can think of: For some inspiration, here is Ms. Carole's comic!

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