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Crafts, STEM, and books!

COVID-19 Update

Beginning Friday, May 1, Pflugerville Public Library will offer curbside pickup and accept book returns on Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. – 5:45 p.m. See details about curbside and other library services on our While we are Closed page.

The library building remains closed to the public. Meeting room reservations and in-person programs are on hiatus. See the event calendar for online program offerings.

Please visit pflugervilletx.gov/reopen for the latest updates from the City regarding the reopening of city facilities. 

If you have questions while the Library is closed, email library@pflugervilletx.gov. We appreciate your understanding and will continue to keep you updated on the status of the library and future programs.


See the Kids' Calendar for specific dates & times and special events. The following events are offered September through May.

Paws and Read

Beginning and independent readers build their literacy skills while they share a book with a volunteer canine team from the Dog Alliance. The dogs are certified therapy animals who volunteer with their owners/handlers.

Once a month, the library also hosts Hooves and Read. Kids can practice their reading skills with miniature therapy horses from Northwind Farm.

Mother and daughter painting a craft.Kids Crafternoon (5-8 years)

Children work on a different art project every week. Craft projects improve coordination and fine motor skills while building self-esteem.

STEM Club (5-8 years)

STEM at the library offers opportunities for kids to creatively explore science, technology, engineering and math through a different activity each week.

Homeschool Kids (5-8 years)

Children participate in weekly informal enrichment activities that explore reading, science and math. Separate activities are provided simultaneously for kids, tweens, and teens.

Saturday Story Time (0-7 years)

Children build early literacy skills through books, music, and movement. Each Story Time session is followed by a craft. Although Story Time is usually planned for younger children, the Saturday sessions frequently feature slightly longer books enjoyed by kids in early elementary grades.SaveSave