New Library Now Open
The new library is open!
Where is the new building?
The new library is located at 1938 Lohmans Crossing,
close to the
intersection of Lohmans Spur and Lohmans Crossing.
Do you need
more volunteers at
the new library? Yes! Please ask for a volunteer application at the front
desk or complete this
What programs do you offer? The library hosts
dozens of programs every month - story times, book
clubs, speaker series, genealogy group, and more. Please see
the May calendar
newsletter for details. Plan ahead with the
Summer Reading Program calendar, too!
The library will be closed on Monday, May 27th in honor of
OverDrive Digital Library
Training - Wednesday, June 5th at 6pm
Download audiobooks and eBooks with
anytime, anywhere - for free! At the end of the lending
period your media checkouts expire so there are no late fees
- ever! For an introduction to the OverDrive Digital Library
or help troubleshooting with your device, come to the
library on Wednesday, June 5th at 6pm.
Calling All Artists
The Lake Travis
Community Library will share the limelight of the new
building with local artists. The LTCL and Friends of the
Library will sponsor an ongoing rotating art exhibit
starting in June. Local artists interested in being a part
of this program should pick up a packet containing the
statement and an
application form at the library. Packets are now
available and applications received in April will be
eligible to be considered for display in the upcoming
Recommended Booklists for Adults
Our booklists can be a helpful way to find new favorite
books and authors! See the lists below and let us know what
other subjects interest you for future lists.
Recommended Booklists for Kids
Just in time for summer, see our new recommended reading
lists for elementary school aged kids!
Follow the Library on
Search for 'Lake Travis Community Library' and become a fan
of the library. Then, watch for library event postings,
discussions, pictures, and more! Visit our
page for special updates and view our
photo albums to learn about past events.