Discovering Round Rock History schedule

Upcoming events:
May 14: Pearson Ranch Middle School students present Round Rock history projects, teacher Natalie Hall

August 13: Randy Michna and Rolla McCrary on the Round Rock Volunteer Fire Dept. and the Old Settlers Association. Note location change: this presentation will be at the Old Settlers Association grounds and Volunteer Fire Dept. Museum, 3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd.

October 22: Forestry Manager Ricky Strayhorn on Round Rock’s monarch tree preservation program

Lunch & Learn programs are noon-1:00 p.m. at the Baca Center, except for the November 15 presentation. Attendees are invited to bring a brown bag lunch; cookies and water will be provided. Part of the Discovering Round Rock History series co-sponsored by Round Rock Preservation and the City of Round Rock Planning and Development Services Dept. For more information email or call 512-373-3819.

Earlier Presentations:
2/13/24 Round Rock Police Department: On the Cusp of Explosive Growth presented by Rick White
11/15/23 Five Lives Shaped by the History of Round Rock presented by Larry Quick, Pete Correa, Jim Toungate, Ella Sauls Morrison and Tina Sauls Steiner (view presentation video)
8/8/23 Williamson County Cemetery Restoration Volunteers presented by Joe Plunkett
5/20/23 Historic Downtown Walking Tour led by Kerstin Harding
5/9/23 William Walsh and the Round Rock White Lime Company presented by Chris Walsh
2/7/23 Heritage Sites (and More) Along the Texas Brazos Trail presented by Pamela Sue Anderson
11/8/22 Round Rock’s New Town presented by Kerstin Harding
9/13/22 Round Rock’s New Town presented by Kerstin Harding
5/17/22 The Chisholm Trail presented by Phebe Davol and Frank Darr




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