Who We Are
Join us in enhancing the Round Rock Public Library experience!
We are an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation that supports the city-funded library but is not part of the government. We have an independent board of directors, with the library director serving as an ex officio member.
The Friends of the Library celebrated its 30th Anniversary in March 2010. In addition to funding from book sales and memberships, the Friends of the Library also administers a library-specific fund financially managed by the Round Rock Community Foundation.
How You Can Help
There is a need for a web designer and someone to maintain the website, someone to check email and respond to it, and a coordinator for the annual November program. What would YOU like to contribute to the Friends of the Library?
The Friends sponsors an ongoing booksale and a twice yearly sale.
Visit The Friends of the Round Rock Public Library book store located on the 2nd floor. The "Book Nook" is open during library hours. Donations of books, CDs, DVDs, etc. in good condition are welcome.
- Hardback books: $2.00
- Softcover books: $1.00
- Children's books: $.50
Half-price books sales occur twice a year. Check the Library website for anncouncement of sales.
Children's area desk donated by the Friends of the Round Rock Public Library!
Significant projects funded by the Friends of the Library include the childrenâ€™s service desk, a range of tall audio-visual shelving, and co-funding of the childrenâ€™s computer station.
What is less visible is the funding for books and programming such as the Round Rock Reads Galveston Hurricane Exhibit and assistance with Black History Month and Hispanic Heritage Month.
Come Join Us!
Friends Members enjoying a moment at the 2010 Library Mystery Night Program.
We would like you to join us! You can simply attend a Mystery Night performance, buy used books, or lend a hand at programs. Like serving on a Board? Weâ€™d love to have you add your expertise!
Fill out a membership form and join us today!
For more information, contact the library at (512) 218-7005.