The Grapevine Public Library first opened in 1923 as a branch of the Fort Worth Library system. Families selected more than 60 books that very first day from old stacked boxes, cornered in the front of a local bank.
Today, the Grapevine Library offers more than 92,000 titles for your reading enjoyment and to build knowledge. The Grapevine Library provides information in all types of media, including books and ebooks, videos, software programs, music CD’s, DVD’s and computers for the visually impaired. There are up-to-date business reference databases, online encyclopedias, newspapers and free Wi-Fi for everyone. They also offer business services, including a fax machine, scanner, and printers.
1201 Municipal Way
Grapevine, TX 76051
The library has a full calendar of events for the whole family. Come join for events such as the History of Clocks, Toddler Time, Preschool Storytime, and monthly events for genealogical enthusiasts and quilters. They also provide K-12th graders live homework help from expert tutors. The program is available to members on the library computers or remotely from 3-10pm daily during the school year.
Mon-Thurs 10am – 9pm
Friday 10am – 6pm
Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sunday 2pm – 6pm
Resident memberships are free, with proof of residency. Nonresidents are charged an annual fee of $25. Visitors are able to sign up for a Guest Pass, which allows access to the computers. Members can utilize all resources and can check out items for 3 weeks. Visitors are not allowed to check out books.
Summer Reading Club – 2017!
Adults and kids of all ages can participate and win prizes in the Summer Reading Club. The contest usually runs from June – August. Check the event calendar on the library website for up-to-date information regarding the SRC, educational programs and activities to help prepare families for a great start to the new school year.
5 Great Reasons to Bring Your Kids to the Library!
- Visiting the Library inevitably leads to MORE reading!
- Your KIDS have access to more books & magazines than you’d ever want to buy!
- Librarians LOVE to recommend books and organize events that help broaden tastes and expand young minds and growing vocabularies.
- MAGIC happens when kids get lost in big cozy chairs and relax with a good book.
- Kids LEARN responsibility from having their own library card and checking out and returning books under their name.
Storytime is a fun time that is presented for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and families. Join in for a variety of age appropriate activities, including Baby Play & Sign, Babygarten, books, fingerplays, music, flannelboard stories, puppets, and many more. No registration is needed.
Storytime Groups at Grapevine Library
Adult Services provides assistance with Reference documents and a variety of educational programs. They offer seminars regarding how to download eBooks and audiobooks, Interlibrary loan services (ILL), bibliographies, accessing databases, and general reference questions. There are study rooms, free Wi-Fi, color printing, fax services, and a scanner for you to use (some fees may apply).
A variety of self-paced tutorials for a variety of software are also available through the Job Career Accelerator Database. Additionally, each computer is equipped with Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
The Entwined Minds Books Club meets every 2nd Monday of the month. Everyone is invited to discuss a variety of literature, including fiction, non-fiction, classics, or young adult novels. Come join!
Volunteers of all ages are welcome and needed at the Grapevine Library. They’re always searching for special people who want to give freely of their time and share their knowledge, experiences, and skills as a volunteer. Volunteers are an integral part of the library staff. Volunteer today to receive on the job training in one of the various positions available.
Teen volunteers can learn to help the community, make new friends, and earn community service credits! Apply today!
Contact the Library Volunteer Coordinator at 817 410-3409 for more information.