Converse Public Library

601 South Seguin Street
Converse, TX 78109

210-659-4160
The Converse Lions Club in 1988, came up with the idea for a community library and presented a resolution to the City Council. Upon the passage of this resolution, the Lions' Club, the Converse Grange, and a host of volunteers combined their efforts to make the library a reality. On September 1, 1991, the Converse Area Public Library officially opened its doors and in 1993 was accredited by the Texas State Library System. The Converse Library currently has over 11,000 fiction & nonfiction books; a reference area; a variety of audio books, biographies, and videos are also available to the public.Some of the services currently offered to the public are internet computer access; a fax machine; a copier; and a meeting area for local community groups.
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