Enjoy a Tour of our Beautiful Library!

Local author, Iris Jones (center), presented the Coldspring Public Library with several books included in her Racial Literacy Project. She wrote Growing Up Iris to relate her experiences growing up as a bi-racial girl unable to find library books that she could relate to. She developed the Racial Literacy Project to present local libraries with books that reflect characters and storylines from different cultural and racial perspectives.  

 From left to right: Board Members Dave Bailey, Leslye McGrath, Author Iris Jones, Librarian Joy DeRaimo and Board Member Dianne Griffith

14221 Hwy 150 West, P O Box 1756, Coldspring, Texas 77331

936-653-3104 - Fax  936-653-4628

Hours:  Monday - Friday - 10 am - 5 pm

Saturday 10 am - 2 pm

Closed Sunday

Coldspring  Area Public Library

Joy DeRaimo, Librarian

Barbara Ponter, Assistant Librarian

Your Coldspring Area Public Library prides itself in being one of the most progressive rural libraries in East Texas!

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Princess Tea Party 2019

"The youngest Princess" - Barb Ponter on the right with her daughter-in-law Lisa and the miracle baby, the youngest Princess at the Tea Party.    Shelby recently underwent a heart surgery hence her miracle status.

COVID-19 restrictions are still in force:

Masks required inside the library

Maintain 6' distance from other patrons

Patrons will be limited to 1 hour inside the building

Number of patrons inside the building is limited to 15 (incl staff)

The wi-fi will remain available 24/7.