Need assistance? Have a question? We can help!
In addition to reference services or helping you pick out that next book or movie based on what you know or like, library staff at the Information Desk is available to provide guidance, suggest sources, provide instruction in the use of library materials and services, even walk you through the process of downloading eBooks or eAudiobooks to your mobile device.
|A few of our librarians are certified to provide notary services. Please call ahead of time (at 817.788.7301) to verify availability, and be sure to bring proof of identity along with the documents to be notarized.|
|For students taking tests via correspondence or online courses, test proctoring is available. Call in advance to schedule your test when both space and staff are available. Contact the Information Desk (at 817.788.7301) for more details.|
Adult & Family Programming
Always something going on at the Library!
Check the Library's Calendar of Events for information about upcoming programs and performances.
Ongoing Programs for Adults & Families
|Join us the first Thursday of the month for informal book discussions.
See the Library Calendar for upcoming book discussion titles.
|Come play games at the library! Play Scrabble, cards, Settlers of Catan, Ticket to Ride and more... or bring your own game to share!
First Thursdays at 7:00pm; Third Saturdays at 2:00pm
|Stop by our table for a FREE seasonal craft for you to make and take home. Crafts are for all ages, but our younger library friends may need help from an adult or older sibling. See the Library Calendar for information about upcoming Make & Take Crafts|
|An ongoing concert series funded by a grant from the City of Hurst Hotel/Motel Tax Fund in cooperation with Arts Council Northeast - these live performances are free and intended for all ages. See the Masterworks Concert Series page for a list of upcoming shows.|
|The Trinity Writer's Workshop meets in the Library's Historical Gallery on Tuesdays, 7-9:00pm|
|The library maintains a collection of online resources and services for community use, including downloadable content, research tools, access to live tutors, and resources for job seekers. See the full collection @ HPL Online.|
|To find the books, movies, music and more available to Hurst library card holders, put items on hold, or access your library account, access the online Library Catalog. Links to lists of our newest titles are available on the main page.|
Hurst Public Library is proud to host GED Classes for adult learners as part of a program provided by the Fort Worth ISD Office of Adult Education (OAE) and the Tarrant County Adult Education and Literacy Consortium. The program is grant supported with state and federal funds received from the Texas Education Agency / Texas LEARNS.
Classes are held in the Library Learning Center and completely free to the community. Registration is available 1-2 weeks prior to the start of classes on a first-come/first-served basis, and seating is limited. Classes start twice a year - a Fall semester starting in September, and a Spring Semester beginning in January.
Contact the Library during regular hours: Mon-Wed-Fri-Sat 10:00am - 6:00pm, Tues & Thurs 10:00am - 9:00pm
|Hurst Public Library
901 Precinct Line Road
Hurst, TX 76053