Chess at Pruitt Library

Online chess rooms now open!

Rackspace and the Molly Pruitt Public Library have partnered together to bring chess to the Pruitt community!

With three ways to participate, come play chess and eat dinner with your entire family, sit in for a lesson, or flex your skills in fierce and friendly competitions.

Teen Volunteers Needed

Pruitt and other branch libraries need teen volunteers!

14-18 year old volunteers may fill out an application on line at any time.

Brisk Browsing - English Information

We are open for brisk browsing and computer appointments!

Brisk Browsing - español

¡Bienvenidos todos! Pase a hacer su búsqueda rápida.

Citizenship and English as a Second Language Classes

If you’re interested, give us a call at (210) 650-1122 Tuesdays between noon and 8 pm or Wednesdays through Saturdays between 10 am and 6 pm!

Preventing Teen Domestic Violence


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Homework Help

With HelpNow, expert tutors and a powerful suite of services to accommodate virtually any need are just a click away. One-on-One Homework Help, State-Aligned Skills Building and a 24-Hour Writing Lab are all available through the HelpNow service.

Contact-Free Pickup

In as easily as three steps, reserve the book that bring you comfort, the next one in your favorites series, and the wildcard pick, and have it ready for you to pick up safely during our contact-free pickup hours.


The Molly Pruitt Library is proud to offer programs and activities for all ages.
Check out what’s happening this week!

Virtual Clubs for Teens on Discord

Different clubs meet online Monday through Saturday. All teens ages 13-18 are welcome!

For more information and to sign up, click the link below.

Adult Virtual Coloring

You can color anything you'd like with any materials you'd like.

Color and relax with us for a while!

Pruitt Page-Turners Tween Book Club

Page-Turners Tween Book Club

Join us on Zoom each month for an insightful tween-led discussions on our current book selection.

May’s book is “Tornado Brain” by Cat Patrick.

TGIF Adult Book Club for May – The Haunting of Hill House

TGIF Adult Book Club

Join us this month for discussion on the novel "The Haunting of Hill House" by Shirley Jackson.

Rackspace Family Chess Dinners: It's Saturday Afternoon. Are You Hungry?

Pull your vehicle up to the circle in front of the library or just walk up Saturday afternoons between 4:30PM and 5PM!


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How Do I…? Brainfuse and More!

Check here for short documents and videos showing you Brainfuse FAQs and how to use Brainfuse Homework Help!

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kids services


Ages 1-12

Children’s Services provides access to books, media, and creative activities that nurture an early love of reading and learning.


Ages 13-17

Promoting access to a range of books and other media, engaging teens in active collaboration through programs designed for them, and providing an environment that
meets the intellectual, emotional, and social development needs of our teens.

adult services


Ages 18+

Providing self-directed education and entertainment, instruction for individuals and groups, as well as community and cultural events.


Ages Vary

Currently providing programs that include virtual book clubs, take and create craft kits, on-line chess club, and more. 

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