Euless Public Library

Adult Services

We are here to support all your informational needs. Need educational materials, the latest best seller or just want to surf the Internet? Our well-trained staff can assist you with locating, evaluating and retrieving all sorts of materials and information.

If you need to contact Adult Services, call them at 817-685-1489. Check the Calendar of Events for the time and dates of upcoming activities.

Available Services

  • Adult programs
  • Federal Income Tax forms
  • Fax services
  • Interlibrary loan services, allowing you to borrow materials from other libraries
  • Internet access and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher)
  • Online Services including subscription databases which provide authoritative full-text articles, electronic books and magazines, and audiobooks.
  • Online and print business reference resources
  • Wireless Internet Access inside the Library

Programs & Meetings

The Euless Public Library hosts meetings and programs by members of the community.

From Page to Pantry

This group is for food-minded adults ages 21 and older who are curious about cookbooks and the authors who write them. Each class will feature a new “flavor” that will keep you coming back for seconds! Participants choose, test, discuss and review recipes from selected cookbooks. Meetings are held on the first and third Monday of every month. Make plans to join us for dinner!

Make It and Take It Crafts

Relieve stress with some creativity. Please join us on Thursdays as the Library staff leads you in creating themed crafts for you to take home. Don't miss these free come and go, make it and take it events. Adults ages 16 and older welcome.

Novel Ideas Book Club

Book club members choose the books they read, and everyone is welcome. Find more information at their meetup website.

Purls of Wisdom

Join this informal group of adults the first and third Tuesday of the month. Hone your knitting skills or work on other needlework projects.

Moonlit Purls is the evening session of the Purls of Wisdom group and meets the second and fourth Monday of the month.


The Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) offers free counseling sessions for current and potential small business owners. Please call the Library Reference Desk for more information and to schedule an appointment to meet with a SCORE representative.

Writers Support Group

This group offers valuable support and feedback for those just starting out or anyone interested in improving their work in progress. Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month.