Temple Public Library launches rebranding

Visitors to the Temple Public Library will soon notice splashes of color intermingled among the shelves of books as the library unveils its new branding. 

“We are incredibly excited to share this new vision for the Temple Public Library with the community,” Library Director Natalie McAdams said. “The new, vibrant colors represent the exciting transformation we are part of and the bright future we have ahead.” 

 The new branding includes a fresh logo, signage, decorations and a newly designed library card that patrons can receive free of charge 

 While the library has thousands of physical and digital materials available to check out, it also offers dozens of programs and services for patrons of all ages. 

 Temple Public Library will resume its Summer Reading program June 12. Through a partnership with Temple ISD, the library will also host drive-thru breakfast and lunch for children starting June 11.  

 “We have activities, crafts, and programs for ages 0-99 and everyone is encouraged to participate,” McAdams said. “This Summer, the Library will be the place to be for families to feed their minds (and their bodies), and we cannot wait to welcome you back through our doors or through our drive-thru. 

 For a full list of programs and services, or to sign up for a free library card, visit exploretpl.com.