Round Rock New Neighbors is a social organization of women welcoming women in the Round Rock area since 1978. Both "new" and "old" neighbors are welcome. For more information: [Barnes & Noble requires that RRNN's book club be open to the public, so you do not need to be an RRNN member to attend book club, and both men and women are welcome and do attend. ]

Literary Events

Literary Events

What's New?__________

July 6th, author Neil Gaiman will speak at the Long Center. $32.

Thanks to Cindy V. for sending me listings of 2 TV series you might find interesting, and you might have access to:

The Son (book by Philipp Meyer), starring Pierce Brosnan. On AMC starting April 8.

American Gods (book by Neil Gaiman) on Starz, starting April 30.
The Friends of the Georgetown Public Library’s Hill Country Authors Series will feature Texas author Paulette Jiles discussing her upcoming novel News of the World, which was shortlisted for the 2016 National Book Award for Fiction.
WHEN: Thursday, May 11, 2017, at 2 pm. Doors open at 1:30 pm.
WHERE: The Georgetown Public Library, 402 W. 8th Street in Georgetown, Texas.
WHY: All proceeds from the event will go toward meeting unfunded projects of the library. Tickets for the event are $15 in advance or $18 at the door, and may be purchased starting April 3, 2017, at the Second-Hand Prose bookstore on the second floor of the library, online at, or by contacting Marcy Lowe at 512-868-8974. A dessert and beverage from the Red Poppy Café in the library will be served.
THE BOOK: In 1870 a 10-year-old girls makes a journey back to her aunt and uncle’s home after living with Kiowa warriors who had killed her parents four year earlier. Subsequently she is traded to Capt. Jefferson Kyle Kidd, a 70-year-old war veteran, who takes her 400 miles to her family near San Antonio.

Round Rock Public Library Book Group meets Tuesday May 16th 7:00-8:30. They will discuss Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk, by Ben Fountain. They will be voting on future book choices. Check the library website for more information, or ask Carla.

Book Buzz - June 6th, evening - Round Rock Public Library - Free, but seating is limited. Reservations are necessary and will open closer to the time of the event.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

From the Library: Quick links and update

Thanks, Claudia and Dennis, for requesting further info about the Library Master Plan focus groups.  Please don't hesitate to call the library's director, Michelle Cervantes, (512.218.7010) if you have further questions.

Michelle's email:

You can view Michelle's "commercial" for the master plan focus groups here.

Next up in Community Cinema's Independent Lens documentary series:  As Goes Janesville, showing at the library on Thursday, October 25 at 7:00 P.M.  More info here.

And finally:  I just spotted a timely addition to Claudia's excellent discussion and overview of books on food production/provision/consumption:  Bet the Farm: How Food Stopped Being Food by Frederick Kaufman.  It's newly published.  According to the Publishers Weekly review, it's "neither dry argumentative soup nor antiglobalization polemic".  Kaufman "discusses Big Food through specific products and goes far behind the curtain of corporate processes and practices".  The book is billed as "a nice addition to Michael Pollan".

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