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  • THE BOND PASSED, NOW WHAT?

    Congratulations, your new library is underway!  Let's review what happened in November since we've all just recovered from our turkey comas and shopping marathons.  The majority of citizens approved the use of $23.2 million in bond proceeds to build a new main library, and renovate the existing library or build a new branch ...
    Posted to Library Master Plan (Weblog) by Michelle Cervantes on 01-09-2014
  • Teens Only

    We've been hearing about the Library Master Plan, and focus group meetings. An extra meeting has been added for teens only! If you have a teen in your family or know a teen please pass this along. We meet next Tuesday, December 4th, and this is a chance for teens to share ideas about what they want to see at the library.
    Posted to Library Master Plan (Weblog) by Michelle Cervantes on 11-28-2012
  • Pizza + Tech Talk

    Technology focus group scheduled for Thursday, November 1st at 6pm at Gattiland (buffet served)!  You MUST register with me if you want to participate.  mcervantes@roundrocktexas.gov
    Posted to Library Master Plan (Weblog) by Michelle Cervantes on 10-17-2012
  • We don't want to plan the future without YOU!

    http://youtu.be/WemczLphkDs
    Posted to Library Master Plan (Weblog) by Michelle Cervantes on 10-12-2012
  • Technology Focus Group Scheduled

    Carson Block, the tech consultant, will be here November 1st at 6pm to facilitate the technology focus group. I only have a few spots available. If you are interested in participating, please contact me at 512-218-7010 or mcervantes@roundrocktexas.gov
    Posted to Library Master Plan (Weblog) by Michelle Cervantes on 10-11-2012
  • Focus Group Schedule

    The Round Rock Public Library is embarking upon a planning effort.  The purpose of our effort is to develop a plan that will provide a clear direction for the Library for the next ten years.  As a public library we value the thoughts, ideas, and suggestions of persons like you.  We want a lot of public participation as we develop ...
    Posted to Library Master Plan (Weblog) by Michelle Cervantes on 10-01-2012
  • Round Rock Public Library Seeks Your Input on the Master Plan

    The Round Rock Public Library is looking ahead and starting to plan for the future growth of library services and facilities.  The Library does not want to plan for the future without you.  We want to hear from you as to your thoughts about public library growth and development in Round Rock.A series of focus group discussions will be ...
    Posted to Library Master Plan (Weblog) by Michelle Cervantes on 09-26-2012
  • World Wide Knit in Public Day

    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 librarys gallery area where the general public can watch them do their activity. The event is limited to those who are using the ...
    Posted to Library Info (Weblog) by Michelle Cervantes on 06-09-2009
  • Explorer Book Discussion Group

    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.  ...
    Posted to Library Info (Weblog) by Michelle Cervantes on 06-04-2009
  • Join the Summer Reading Program on June 10

    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, ...
    Posted to Library Info (Weblog) by Michelle Cervantes on 06-03-2009
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