The Austin Public Library knows there might be evacuees from Southeast Texas who might be here for a while. It’s offering
a library card that will allow you access to the library and the ability to check out three items at a time as well as see
the virtual library.

Head to a library branch and present some form of photo ID and you’re in. If you don’t have an ID, you can call Customer Service
at 512-974-7475 . Find your closest library branch at
library.austintexas.gov. The library also has a lot of free activities for kids and adults, too.

For another kind of library, the Toybrary, which is a lending library of toys, is offering free entrance for people who have
been evacuated. You can come for free at 2001 Justin Lane all week with a driver’s license. 
toybraryaustin.com

We’ve already told you that evacuees can play for free at Catch Air locations in Austin and Round Rock this month.

Know of another place evacuated family can enjoy for free? Send it to
nvillalpando@statesman.com