• Open to the public
    Breakfast served 7:00-9:00 a.m.
    Lunch served 11:15 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
    Salad bar each weekday
    Grill is open for burgers
    Baked potatoes on request if ordered ahead of time
  • For a "jolly old elf" who's supposed to be shining up the reindeer harness and quality checking toys before shipment, Old St. Nicholas makes a lot of public appearances around this time of year, and the Bonham Public Library is honored to be included in his busy schedule! Bring the kids and grandkids to "Storytime with Santa" on Monday, December 22. Santa will join us for our regular storytime event at 6:00 p.m. and will visit with children and listen to holiday wishes after the activities.

  • Park Street Wagon Rides will roll through this beautifully decorated neighborhood Friday and Saturday, December 19-20. This unique activity has been going on in Greenville for many years and it is one of the area's popular holiday events.
  • Think for a moment about last night: You got hungry so you opened your refrigerator and pondered what part of the abundance in view you'd make for supper. What if you didn't have a choice?
  • The Texas Department of Transportation and the Dallas Cowboys are teaming up to help clean the air and save fuel as part of the “Drive Clean Texas” air quality campaign. The winning drive will help one lucky Texan score big with a donated 2015 Ford Fusion SE Hybrid from the “Drive Clean Texas Roadcents” Sweepstakes.
  • The cheer will be obvious in each of the Airport’s five terminals, with giant walk-in snow globes to serve as creative and unique settings for family photos.
  • With eggnog season upon us, this would seem an opportune moment to revisit a story about how the spirited concoction ended the West Point career of a young man who would later become a prominent Bonham lawyer.
  • (L-R) Robin McDaniel, Meca Hampton, Al Ellis, Peggy Lane, Barb Samuelson. What would Christmas be without a little harmonizing! The Home Hospice Harmonizers is a group of employees that will be visiting nursing facilities in Grayson and Cooke counties to spread the Christmas cheer via song. Music touches the heart of many and sometimes patients who have not spoken or responded to facility personnel in a while will respond to music with a slight tap of the foot or even a smile.
  • Earliest maps of Texas are included in a collection now available to the public.
  • After an intense storm, it’s not uncommon to find scattered broken branches, downed power lines, or an abundance of fallen leaves. These effects of a storm are just the usual repercussions of the fury of nature. But sometimes something a little different happens, something that can seem like the end of a tree’s life.
  • Fischer's Meat Market, where German heritage and Texas hospitality have kept happy customers coming back for 80 years, is just one of the popular attractions in Muenster, Texas. Unique boutiques, fine dining, tidy streets and a towering Catholic church in nearby Lindsay, Texas are also favorite reasons visitors make the trek to the German-influenced communities of Muenster and Lindsay.
  • The Christmas parade this past Saturday was one of them. Our new Young Adult Specialist, Jordan Zakarian, handled his first teens + trailer + decoration s= float job duty quite handily.
  • I am excited to be wrapping up a wonderful year and welcome the New Year. As your new library Director, I would like to welcome everyone to come and check out what your public library has to offer you. We have a wonderful facility that serves and benefits you and your community. I urge each of you to visit it often and explore the books that line its shelves by reading them; for reading is a unique form of exploration that will enrich your lives. It is a special way to discovery and knowledge.
  • Submission dates: December 28, 2014 – January 23, 2015