Residents of Kyle’s Crosswinds community love living here because the city has much to offer. Kyle Library offers regularly scheduled events in the City of Kyle calendar. It’s a great way to meet fellow residents who share the same interest as you do.
Note that some events in the calendar are temporarily suspended. For example, Lego Club meets in the library monthly. Currently, the library isn’t holding events. They’re still open as they provide curbside pickup. You can still enjoy your books!
Some groups have adapted by going online. Be sure to follow up with the group you’re interested in to find out the current status.
Kyle Library has many options for the little ones who aren’t yet elementary school age. Here are the activities they might enjoy.
Baby Lapsit (ages 0 to 18 months): Baby Lapsit storytime features short stories, simple concepts, and fun songs introduced with fingerplays that emphasize specific motor skills. It closes with a sensory experience.
Toddler Time (18 to 36 months): This is the time for toddlers to enjoy interactive stories, songs, and activities that encourage their emerging language skills.
!Los Cuentos¡ (ages 0-5): This is dual-language storytime for the younger set.
Sensory Fun Storytime (ages 2-5): This is designed to engage children through movement, music, preschool stories, and sensory activity play. It’s ideal for kids with special needs including sensory challenges, social integration, and developmental delays.
Little Yogis (ages 3-6): This is yoga storytime that focuses on early literacy and physical activity through yoga-like poses and movement.
Preschool Express Storytime (ages 2-5): This is an opportunity for parents and caregivers to introduce children to reading and language in a fun, creative way. There will be activities that promote the development and learning through stories, music, fingerplays, and activities.
These activities tend to occur after school hours or on weekends making it possible for school-aged children to attend.
Art Hour (ages 8-12): Budding artists meet to do a short studio experience covering a variety of media.
Magic: The Gathering (ages 10+): Trading card game. This is currently held online.
Pajama Storytime: Children can enjoy stories, songs, fingerplays, and a craft.
Lego Club (all ages): Brick-by-brick, attendees build something with Lego in accordance with the monthly theme. The library provides the Lego.
Teen Chat and Chill (ages 12-17): Teens have a safe place to gather and chat.
Teen Anime (ages 12-17): Teens who are fans of anime gather to talk about Japanese and various animation.
Teen Gamers (ages 12-17): This is the time for gamers to gather and talk gaming.
Love to read? Write? Play games? Or need help to find a job? You have great options here.
Dungeons and Dragons: Dungeons and Dragons still goes strong after many decades of entertainment. It’s so popular that Kyle Library has two online biweekly D&D groups available. D&D Group 1 meets on the first and third Wednesdays. Group 2 meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays. To ask questions and sign up, please contact email@example.com.
Page Turners Book Club: The book club meets online on the third Thursday at 6 pm. Visit the book club page to see the current year’s lineup of books. Jesus Hernandez, KPL’s Adult Services Librarian, leads the book club.
Kyle Writers Group: The group meets monthly on the first and third Wednesdays from 6 to 7:45 pm. They welcome everyone including latecomers. Visit the group page to learn more about the group.
Job Search Help: Kyle Public Library cardholders can request personalized job searches, industry information, and job skills training and video. To get started, fill out this form.
There’s truly something for everyone and every interest. Learn more about Kyle Library Offerings.