Like most new community features of Wimberley, the "Village Library" began as an idea shared by a few civic-minded individuals and a small collection of donated books housed in the Chapel-in-the-Hills in 1976. The generous donation of land by the Johnson family led to the construction of the library on its present site in 1978. The planners borrowed the design of Texas homes built in the nineteenth century and nestled it among well-established trees. The library was named "The Village Library of Wimberley" - a name thoughtfully chosen to reflect its spirit of community warmth and service.
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