Classes and Events

The Lewisville Public Library hosts a wide variety of classes and events for children, teens, adults, and families. The featured programs below are just a sampling of the many great programs available. For information about additional classes and events, please select one of the links below. All programs are free and open to the public.


Interested in providing a free program or class at Lewisville Library? Review our guidelines and submit a proposal form: Program Proposal Guidelines & Form.


Featured Events

Gardening with Grandkids Part I

At Gardening with Grandkids Part I on Monday, June 12, grandparents and caregivers will learn how to engage children in gardening. At Part II on Wednesday, June 21, grandparents and grandchildren will each paint a flower pot and take it home! Attendees of Gardening with Grandkids Part I will have priority registration for Part II. Registration is required to attend Part II.


Sustainable Living

Learn what you can do to create a more sustainable home and lifestyle with Tim Yatko, City of Lewisville’s Sustainability Specialist.



Stufflebeam web graphic

The meeting of Robot Overlords on Saturday, June 17 will take place at the Library and we will be joined by a special guest, Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam! Stufflebeam's novelette, "The Orangery," was nominated for a 2016 Nebula Award. Attendees can read her story for free online here, on the Beneath Ceaseless Skies Magazine website.



Decluttering 101

Decluttering can change your life for the better! Professional Organizer Sandra Luna of Space Matters will teach you how to bring some order into your home. Want personalized decluttering tips? Email a photo of your home's clutter area to and Sandra Luna will tell you how to conquer your stuff! Sandra Luna will be going over the photos at the event, so only send photos that you are comfortable sharing with the other attendees.