In support of World Wide Knit in Public Day the library will be hosting a Knit-Crochet In on June 20, from 9:00-noon. Keeping with the “public” theme, people who knit, crochet, tat, or make lace will be seated in the library’s gallery area where the general public can watch them do their activity. The event is limited to those who are using the traditional hand held needles, hooks, and shuttles.
Library materials related to the theme will be displayed, and a bibliography of resources made available. The event is free. In the event of an overflow crowd, more seating will be available in one of the library’s meeting rooms. So, come on down!
Join us this summer for our adult summer reading program book club, open to ages 18 and up!
Book club will meet on June 29, 2:00-3:30 at the Round Rock Public Library Gallery, 216 E. Main Street. We will be discussing Water for Elephants, by Sara Gruen. Pick up a copy today from the library or your local bookstore. Sponsored by the Round Rock Public Library as part of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission’s Deep in the Heart of Texas Summer Reading Program. Contact Dale Ricklefs at 512-218-7010.
Round Rock Public Library's annual Summer Reading Program is about to begin! Readers of all ages are welcome to join the program and earn coupons and incentives. Simply come to the library starting June 10, to pick up a reading log and get started. And, the library will be the cool place to be this summer for storytimes, musicians, special programs for teens and more. The program runs from June 10 - August 10. Please contact Theresa Faris at 218-7011 for more information.