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Modified Library Services Begin Monday, November 23rd


Curbside Services Resume-Library Restricted to the Public


In an abundance of caution for the safety of our patrons and staff, the library will return to curbside services only beginning November 23rd. Patrons may reserve materials online or by calling the reference desk at 830-258-1274. Patrons may pick up materials via curbside service Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm. Questions? Please call us at 830-258-1274 or 830-258-1275.

The Kerr Regional History Center remains closed at this time.

All programming, including Story Time and the Brown Bag Book Club, are canceled.



Library Offers Virtual Collection


Access Your Library 24/7


Your Library is never closed as we are always open with our digital services. The Library will continue to provide these resources patrons have come to love, which may be found on our website and catalog. Patrons can find e-books and e-audiobooks, digital magazines, and more by visiting our Digital Content and Links of Interest pages. Staff will be available by phone at 830-258-1274, via email at library.webmaster@kerrvilletx.gov, or by text at 830-215-0640 to provide assistance.

Library Card Registration


Need to register for or renew a library card for you or your family while public access is restricted? Please download and submit the registration form found here along with a copy of your current photo ID.


Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library


Library Mission Statement


The Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library's mission is to inspire creativity, encourage lifelong learning, instill the joy of reading, and strengthen our community by providing access to information, education, culture and recreation.


Library Vision Statement


The Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library will foster the spirit of exploration, lifelong learning and the pursuit of knowledge for all citizens.

Guiding Principles


1. Be a warm and welcoming place for community members to gather.
2. Be actively engaged in the life of the community.
3. Strive to deliver the highest quality services possible and pledge to be approachable   and knowledgeable.
4. Be good stewards of the LIbrary's financial and material resources.
5. Protect the freedom to read and access to information.