Sanger Public Library (Sanger, Texas)
We are in the process of arranging for all of the repairs to the building and don't yet have a timetable for reopening. We appreciate your patience. :)
We have opened a temporary Library Annex across the street (511 N. 5th St. Next to the former Constable's office.). It's hours are Monday - Friday 2-5 PM and Saturday 12-3 PM.
We have tax forms available. A selection of new books and movies is available for checkout. Please stop by and say hello.
Books may be turned in the book drop. Items can be renewed by phone, email or online. If we do not answer the phone please leave a message. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
For those asking about book donations - As much as we would love donations, right now is not the best time. Our space is limited due to the damage in the library. We ask that you please wait to donate items until a later date.
***The Library is CLOSED until further notice due to flooding. All fines will be forgiven during our closure. ***
We apologize for any inconvenience. *** If you need further assistance please give us a call 940-458-3257.
Library patrons may now check out eBooks through the Freading service, which includes over 40,000 downloadable eBooks! For more information please check our eBooks section of our website!
The library has updated its new card and video lending policies.
Kroger Community Rewards
Got a Kroger Plus Card? Put it to good use!
Register your card for the Kroger Community Rewards program.
The library earns rewards every time you shop.
For more information and to register please go to:
www.krogercommunityrewards.com Our group is 81491.
Book Club Meeting
Wednesdays at 10:00 AM
for Job Seekers
You can also renew your items through our online catalog.
Sanger Public Library offers many free programs for our community:
* Storytime Wednesdays
* Gaming Tournaments
* Knitting And Crochet on the first and third Saturdays
* Book Club
See calendar for details
TexShare Databases: provides full-text articles from journals, newspapers, magazines, and many other sources. Entire books can even be read while on-line. Database topics include homework help for students, health information, business information, biography and genealogy, as well as literature and archival information.
Tour of TexShare:Whether you're working on a term paper about gorillas or need some immediate information about treatments for poison ivy, TexShare has the answers!
Texas Workskills Development in Libraries: Job training resources; You will find help, information, and a schedule of workshops regarding resume preparation, writing cover letters, online application completion, job hunting strategies, and interviewing techniques. You will also find links to self-paced tutorials, lists of agencies offering training by region, and much more.
Good Reads: book reviews, top sellers, author interviews, and news headlines
Local Links: Find information on city, county, and other area offices and libraries.
Courier Index: Friends of the Library have compiled an index of Marriage, Birth and Death records from the Sanger Courier, most records dating 1959 to 2009 and some going back as far as 1905.
Original copies are available on micro-film at the library.
Find articles, encyclopedia entries, and other information through the Texshare databases. Please see your librarian for a username and password.