Boyce Ditto Public Library
|Date & Time||Event||Description|
|Feb. 11 - 10:30||ESL||Learn English listening, reading and writing skills|
|Feb. 12 - 10:30 am||Tech Tuesday||
Get answers to all of your tech questions!
|Feb. 12 - 6:00 pm||Kitchen Basics 101||Learn how to plan healthier meals on a budget.|
|Feb. 13 - 10:30 am||Storytime||Join us for stories, snacks, crafts, and songs|
|Feb. 13 - 1:00 pm||ESL||Learn English listening, reading and writing skills|
|Feb. 14 - 10:30 am||Computer Class||Learn how to use Google Drive|
|Feb. 14 - 2:30||Be Well, Live Well||A program for healthy living presented by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension.|
|Feb. 14 - 4:30 pm||Children's Art Hour||Valentine's Day Thumbprint Trees|
|Feb. 16 - 5:00 pm||Family Movie Night||"Ant Man and the Wasp" - free popcorn!|
New Free Educational resource for children!
With more than 4,000 interactive books, educational games, puzzles, and other learning activities, ABCmouse.com’s award-winning online curriculum is the most comprehensive online educational resource for young learners (ages 2–7+). From Age of Learning, Inc. Free for use in our library. Currently, you cannot access ABCmouse from home.
Get an account and a card
If you live in Mineral Wells or Palo Pinto County, open your account for free. Those outside the area pay a small, annual fee to have an account at the Boyce Ditto Public Library.
What We Do
The Boyce Ditto Public Library provides free library services for Mineral Wells and the Palo Pinto County community. We inform, enrich, support, and empower our citizens by promoting lifelong learning opportunities and a love of reading.
The databases offered by the Library unlock even more with sites for workforce readiness, current business news and children’s digital learning. The ID and password required to access these database resources are free and available to all account holders.
Use the Portal to Texas History
The Library has over 11,000 files of Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto County and Texas history online. As one of the many organizations who has partnered with University of North Texas to make historical documents, newspapers, and photographs free and accessible, the Library values the heritage and uniqueness of the area.