The Friends of Bee Cave Public Library was founded in 2006 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation to help support Bee Cave Public Library, which had opened in late 2005 in a portable building next to what is now the Bee Cave Police Department. In 2007, the Library moved into its current location on the ground floor of City Hall in the heart of the Hill Country Galleria where it has grown and thrived. Plans are underway for a new library building located off State Highway 77, adjacent to Bee Cave Central Park, where the Library will be able to expand and grow to meet the needs of our rapidly-growing community.
The Friends of the Library offer support in a variety of ways to expand the presence of the library in the community through volunteering, fund-raising, advocacy, and more. The Friends board includes library patrons of diverse skills and is actively seeking new members at any level of commitment. Learn more about how to GET INVOLVED.
The Friends of Bee Cave Public Library is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing involvement of the community in the library and supporting its mission through fundraising, volunteering and advocacy.