Round Rock Public Library is always seeking new ways to serve our patrons. This has meant over the last few decades…
Every library employee that works with the public long enough will experience a patron question fraught with social pitfalls and unexpected angsty reactions, “Do you have a book to recommend?”
This follows a decision last year to remove the CD format of audiobooks when we moved to our new building in January 2023.
In many cities, libraries have long provided community locations and resources that are intentionally arranged and developed to suit the needs and expectations of everyone in that area.
This year, the Round Rock Public Library invites you to join our Winter Reading Program. It’s simple. From Monday, December 4 to Tuesday, January 16, kids, teenagers, and adults alike can log their reading in our online portal, ReadSquared.
As a Freegal fangirl, I thought I’d share my enthusiasm for the app with our beloved patrons by highlighting what I’m listening to these days, as well as tips and tricks for using the app.
For many years, Round Rock Public Library has partnered with the Williamson County Literacy Council to offer free ESL classes to our immigrant neighbors.
Here at Round Rock Public Library, we have many programs for patrons of all ages. These can be fun events like a flute/drum circle, the inspirational and touching moments experienced
Sandy Wittie is the current President of the Friends of the Round Rock Public Library. Wittie has been an active member of the Friends for 26-and-a-half years and has served on the Board for 26 years of those years. Wittie and her husband moved to Round Rock in 1996.
The Modern Loud Library and Our Quiet Reading Room – Last Remaining Bastion of Old-School Library Ambience
Our staff at RRPL fields an incredible variety of questions at each floor’s service desk. Some patrons need help figuring out a government website, others want to know how to edit a cat photo, and some need to find a book that teaches Japanese.
Round Rock’s new public library had its grand opening on January 28th, 2023. And while there were many festive and beautiful things to see that day: marching band drummers, Stony Point’s JROTC honor guard, and many of our neighbors dressed in their finest, perhaps the most beautiful is still available for all to see anytime the library is open: our third-floor veranda.