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As a precaution to help limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), all in-person programs have been cancelled until further notice.  Please check our newsletter for information on upcoming virtual programs.

ESL Classes

Beginner and intermediate classes in English as a Second Language for adults generally meet twice a week for 8-10 weeks.  Improve your English language skills with exercises in reading, writing, and conversing.  Courses are free, volunteer-led, and open to adults who speak any language.  Contact the Information Desk for questions about course availability and registration.

Book Clubs

  • Reader's Forum

The Reader's Forum is a long-standing book discussion group led by Library Director, Jana Prock.  Monthly meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month at noon in the Library's Meeting Room.  See our monthly newsletter for title selections.

  • Well-Read Book Club

The Well-Read Book Club meets monthly to discuss books of all genres.  Monthly meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6:30 PM in the Library's Conference Room.  See our monthly newsletter for title selections.

Keller Writers' Association

The Keller Writers' Association is a group designed to help current and aspiring writers write well in an environment that encourages creativity.  Learn how to improve your writing techniques such as characterization and plot, hear speakers, and have your stories critiqued by the group.

Meetings are held from 12:15 to 2:15 PM on the first and third Saturday of each month in the Conference Room of the Keller Public Library.  For information, contact the group's president, Shawn Warner at

Short Story Competition

As a part of our 2020 Summer Reading Club, the Library is hosting a Short Story Competition.  Click here for more information.

Folk Music Society

The Keller Folk Music Society invites professional and non-professional musicians and their families to experience the synergy of sharing songs, stories, and talents with other local musicians. The group meets at 1:00 PM on the third Saturday of each month in the library's meeting room.

This event is free and no registration is required. For information, visit the Keller Folk Music Society's website at

Seed Library

The Keller Grows Seed Library allows you to "check out" seeds to grow at home, then collect and return new seeds to share with other community members.  Returning your seeds will help keep our collection sustainable, but it is not a requirement.  Click here to see our "How to Save Seeds" handout for some easy tips on collecting seeds. 

The Seed Library is housed in a card catalog near the Information Desk.  Available seeds include vegetables, fruits, flowers, and herbs.

Want to donate seeds?  Please read our Seed Donation Protocol.

Special Materials Available for Checkout

The library offers so much more than just books! Please refer to the library's Special Collections Policy for more information on checking out these unique items.

  • Date Night Kits

Our Date Night Kits are assembled to facilitate a fun, inexpensive, and stress-free date night.  Themed kits include cookbooks, games, activities, entertainment - everything you need to plan a special date night at home!  Browse the collection by clicking here.

  • Activity Kits

Our Activity Kits collect supplies an information to help plan activities like Moms' Night In, Family Game Night, or even to Just Unwind.  Themed kits are great for families, groups of friends, or individuals.  Browse the collection by clicking here.

  • Travel Kits

Our travel kits are collections of supplies to inspire your wanderlust and help you plan your next great trip!  Each kit focuses on one country or region and includes travel guides, a portable charger, and a universal travel adapter.  Browse the collection by clicking here.

  • Wireless hotspots

Our wireless hotspot devices allow you to connect your mobile-enabled devices like laptops or smart phones to the internet.  Devices are portable and can be used almost anywhere in the continental United States!  Devices are popular and generally there is a wait list.  Click here or call the Information Desk to place a hold.  Due to high demand, hotspots are only available to Keller cardholders.  If you are a member of one of our neighboring libraries, please contact them about their own hotspot devices.

  • Board Games

We have a large collection of board games - from world building to party games, from one player to many, from strategy to cooperative, we have something for everyone!  Browse the collection by clicking here.

  • Puzzles

Our puzzle collection is sourced entirely through donations and includes puzzles of all sizes and difficulty levels. Browse the collection by clicking here.