Kirbyville Public Library

Welcome To The Kirbyville Public Library

Preparing for the Unexpected

Since September 11, 2001, much has changed in our world, nation,

state and community. We have become much more aware of the
devastation that can be caused by unexpected disasters—whether
they are caused by nature, by accident or by terrorist attacks.
We often worry about the “what ifs” and wonder what we can do 
to protect ourselves and our families. Texas A & M AgriLIFE Extension and Texas Department of Health and Human Services has released the Preparing for the Unexpected brochure so Texas residents have the resources needed to deal with unexpected events.   

Story Time @ your library

Effective March 19, 2015 

Story Hour will be 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Every Thursday

Come hear a story and do a craft!

Library cards are free.  The only requirement is a picture ID.  Under 18?  Parent/Guardian signature on application form AND Parent/Guardian picture ID.  Every child age 3 years and older may have a library card of their very own.  

While you're here @ your library, join the Friends of the Kirbyville Public Library or fill out an applicaton to volunteer.  

Kirbyville Public Library awarded Oranization of Year 2015

Certificate presented by State Representative James White

Organization of the Year Award 2015

Kirbyville Chamber of Commerce 60th Anniversary


Texas Bluebonnet Book Award Logo

The 2015 - 2016 Texas Bluebonnet Book Award List Books have arrived.  

Drop by the library to check out some of the new titles!

The KPL and has partnered together to offerour patrons FREE DRIVER PERMIT STUDY INFO/PRACTICE TESTS!
 Follow the link below:

Accredited online college and degree programs:

Free Computer Training and Job Searching Assistance

Free online help is available for individuals who need to:

·         Learn basic computer skills

·         Discover how to use the Internet, or programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, etc.

·         Apply for unemployment assistance

·         Search for jobs online

·         Create and edit a resume or job application

Simply visit the Texas Workskills Development in Libraries website ( to find FREE online tutorials and schedules for FREE live classes.


 Your library resources available anytime, anywhere:
Catalog  Search 

eShelf & Research - Work and research from the office or from home, anytime:

TexShare Database LogoTry these databases filled with magazine articles, encyclopedia entries, and other materials to help you discover more on any subject, from general interest to business, hobbies, and more. Please see your librarian for a username and password.

Library Catalog

Catalog  Search 

 We can help you with:
  • Voter Registration
  • Defensive Driving
  • Online Courses
  • Computer Access
  • Basic Computer Classes
  • Passports
  • Concealed Handgun Photos
  • Genealogy Information
  • Study guides for ACT/SAT/ASVAB/GED
  • TexShare Database information