The purpose of the Lakehills Area Library is to make freely available to the citizens of the community printed and other materials, which will aid them in the pursuit of education, information and recreation. The library seeks to promote programs which will stimulate and expand the reading interest of both children and adults, and coordinate this work with that of other educational, cultural and social groups of the community.
Library Director, Dianna Landes. Dianna has been with Lakehills Library since 2012. She is here to help you with program planning, library use, and making sure your library experience is the best that it can be. Dianna is a notary and her services are available (for a small fee) anytime she is in the building. Please contact her with any questions.
Librarian, Melissa Brambila. Melissa has been with the library since 2013. She can help you find the books, audio books, or movies you are looking for. She is also here to help you to use your mobile devices to download books or print documents. If you need help with something on the library computer, please come to the front desk and Melissa will be happy to help you out.
Information Literacy Specialist, Brenda Dillard. Brenda is a retired educator who will be available to assist with our home learning/entertainment kits, Citizenship, GED, ACT and other test study materials, along with all other library resources as needed.
Lakehills Area Library Board Members
- President: Deborah Reile
- Vice President: Alicia Bickle
- Treasurer: Keni Rodgers
- Secretary: Lissie Schneider
- Corresponding Secretary: Barbara Rodriguez
- Sue Caldwell
- Laura Crist
- Barbara Hover
- Bobbie Jo Basinger
- Pat Menchaca
- Deb Hicks
What We Offer the Community
- Adult fiction, non-fiction and biography books
- Children’s picture books and early reader materials
- Junior fiction books for young readers
- Junior non-fiction and biography
- Young adult fiction for more mature readers
- Graphic Novels and Manga for all ages
- Large print books
- New Arrivals
- Books in Spanish Language for all ages
- Audio books
- 1,000’s of free downloadable ebooks, audiobooks, and videos
- Language learning materials in English, Spanish, Sign Language, and German
- Video games for a variety of systems
- Take home learning or entertainment kits
- Study materials for Citizenship
- GED, ACT, and other test study materials
- Book bags
- Used books for sale
- Spaces to study, work with others, test, or just relax. Wifi and charging spaces are always available. Outdoor seating is available even when the library is closed.
- Children’s AWE Learning computers and tablets for in library use only
- Sound blocking headphones for library use only
- Office services (faxing, copies, scanning, notary) for a small fee
- Microsoft office available on all of our public use computers
- Video game console updates using our high speed internet connection, just bring in your console and hook up to the television in the meeting room. (only available when the room is not in use)
- Assistance using the internet, computer applications, email, printing, and ereaders. Ask a librarian any time for assistance.
- Check our calendar for fun and educational programs for all ages
HOW TO DONATE
Lakehills Library and Community Association, AKA Lakehills Area Library, is a 501 c3 organization. We rely on donations to provide materials, programs, and services to the community. You can donate to the library in several ways.
There is a donate button on the home page of our website that will lead you to our secure Square site.
You can send us a check to Lakehills Area Library 7200 FM 1283 Lakehills, TX 78063.
You can come by the library and donate by cash, check or charge in person.
We also have an Amazon Smile account so if you shop at Amazon you can donate to us every time you order.
If you have a workplace giving program where you work and would like donations to be made to the Lakehills Area Library, our EIN # is 74-2872566