El Progreso Memorial Library
Serving Uvalde and Southwest Texas since 1903
Virginia Wood Davis Archives
Weisman Museum of Southwest Texas
Accredited by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission 2023
Come visit us!
El Progreso Memorial Library is an equal opportunity provider.
- 301 W Main St
Uvalde, TX 78801
- Monday - Thursday10:00am – 06:00pm
- Friday10:00am – 04:00pm
- Saturday10:00am – 02:00pm
Access ebooks through Overdive anytime 24/7!
How to sign-in:
Click "sign up using library card"
Select your Library
LOGIN: Library Card Number
(All digits on your library card)
(Last four digits on your library card.)
To add an APP go to www.overdrive.com
Patrons under the age of 18 must have parental permission to use computers.
Internet/Word Processing : Computers have a 1 person, 1 hour, 1 checkout per day.
Computers must be turned in when requested, failure to comply with these or any other library rules or laws will cause suspension of computer privileges.
What would you like to make? Thanks to a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Science administered by Texas State Library, our patrons can put the new 3-D printer to work. Using latest technology, 3-D printing (or rapid prototyping) or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The object being created is made through laying down successive layers of material (extruded PLA) until the finished object has been created, layer by layer. There is no charge for using the equipment, only pass through costs of material used at about .10c per gram. An amazing array of files have already been created on www.Thingiverse.com which allows users a vast selection of items to make from phone cases to decorations to body parts. Come try your creative hand at making something you need!
As a 501(c)(3) public library serving the Uvalde City and County communities, El Progreso Memorial Library, Archives, and Museum transforms lives through resources, services, activities, and programs free to the user in the one place in the Uvalde area where everyone is welcome! There is no discrimination against age, race, religion, sex, gender, disability, national origin, or political beliefs.