The Tycher Library opened its doors on November 15, 1981, thanks to a generous donation made by the Tycher family in memory of Jack Tycher. In 2004, the Tycher Library was re-dedicated in memory of Frederick Z. Tycher by his wife and children. Today, the Tycher Library has 820 patrons and offers programming to engage and introduce its patrons to the collection and services. Last year the library circulated 1,400 items.
The mission of the Tycher Library is to inspire lifelong Jewish learning through programming and resources that provide a rich understanding of Jewish life and culture.
The Tycher Library is part of the Center for Jewish Education that is supported and funded by the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas.
The original collection consisted of 500 donated books and has now grown to over 10,000 items including: