Bridging La Frontera – Welcoming El Paso authors to the Big Bend area Sponsored by Friends of the Jeff Davis County Library Made possible by a grant from Humanities Texas Robert Seltzer is a native of El Paso, TX. He earned a journalism degree from […]
Cookbook Club cookie exchange at noon on Monday, Dec 12. Come in and select a recipe from the new cookbook, “Dorie’s Cookies” and bring a batch to the exchange. Gwin will be making her favorite World Peace cookies which just happen to be on the […]
December 1 – Learn @ Lunch: Button expert Kathy Hurst will talk about and display some of her collection, noon. 5 – Meet the Artists reception, noon. Join the members of the One O’clock Studio group for the opening of their group show at the library. […]
Join us for “The Evolution of the American Bandana” featuring a show and tell of 40 unique textiles from the 1920s-30s to the present, tracing the designs of an everyday Western accessory. Discussion includes reference books, websites, and historic photos. Bring a bag lunch and your bandanas, if you like, for an informal and interesting program by Elaine Harmon. Noon, Wednesday, Oct 26. Free.
Monday, Oct. 17: Fort Davis Historical Society meeting, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18: Library enrichment for homeschoolers, 11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18: Big Bend Photo Club Meeting will NOT be at the library this month. (Field trip instead – sunset photo shoot. Meet on Mitre Peak […]
Please join Friends of the Jeff Davis County Library for the first in our three-part series, “Bridging La Frontera” featuring El Paso author Daniel Chacón on Thursday, October 20 at the JDC Library in Fort Davis. Daniel Chacón is an award-winning author who has written […]
There are some great free programs are coming to the library. Don’t miss out!
Wednesday, Sept. 14 Noon. Lunch and Learn. “Book Chat” Reviews of new incoming materials at the library. Bring a sack lunch and a thirst for knowledge.
Thursday, Sept. 15 From 4-6 p.m. Celebrate Texas “Power Up Day” by participating in a demonstration featuring the use of our 3-D printer
Sunday, Sept. 18 From 4-6 p.m. another “Midsummer Night’s Dream Garden Party” will be at the Hotel Limpia complete with live Elizabethan music, refreshments, a cash bar, and excerpts from the play. One hour before and after the program there will be tours of the library with discussion of plans for enriching the library.
Please join us! For details, please phone the library at 426 3802.
Join us Sunday, September 18, 4-6 pm for our annual “Midsummer Night’s Dream Garden Party” at the Hotel Limpia. Live Elizabethan music, refreshments, cash bar, and excerpts from the Shakespearean play. Tour the Jeff Davis County Library (next door to Hotel Limpia) one hour before […]
As the community says goodbye to retiring County Librarian Toi Fisher, the Friends of the Jeff Davis County Library wish her well and thank her for her service in building the library we have today.
We also want to let the community know that we will be fully assisting the interim librarian with volunteer staffing to keep the library staffed as many full days as possible until some permanent choices are made. We are working closely with the County and the existing staff as we move forward with this fresh start.
Many exciting changes are coming in the way of programs, activities, events, and new offerings. Everyone’s support is appreciated during the transition and suggestions are more than welcome for the future of this heart of the community! You can contact us at email@example.com.
In the meantime, let’s celebrate FJDCL’s 14 years of service to the Ft. Davis and Valentine libraries, the Ft. Davis After School Program, and our entire community!
Major Expenditures – Friends of the JDCL
A special reception for members of the Friends of the Jeff Davis County Library begins at 5 at the Hotel Limpia. (Not a member? Buy a membership at the door!) Hors d’oeuvres and wine will be served. Followed by a public book-signing and meet-the-author […]
The Friends of the Jeff Davis County Library is very pleased to announce the receipt of a grant to assist the libraries in Fort Davis and Valentine in replacing their computers and network systems. This grant comes to us from the Abell-Hanger Foundation and will provide significant benefits to both communities.