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Join us for a special story time to celebrate the library's 10th birthday!
Dr. Pam Sachant will will explore the transformation of Cupid's depiction from formidable figure to impish child in art and popular culture.
Come play American Mah Jongg at the library on Monday afternoons.
Join us to sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to the library and eat a slice of cake!
This month, TMT will read Last Gangster in Austin: Frank Smith, Ronnie Earle, and the End of a Junkyard Mafia by Jesse Sublett.
Learn movements and exercises designed for people with Parkinson’s disease and their caregivers.
Enjoy story time with volunteer Christy Actor and a visit from the bookmobile at the Sweetwater Clubhouse.
This story time is designed for our youngest library users and takes place in the library’s meeting room.
Join a library staff member for a live online Tech Tutorial!
This club will discuss investment ideas, but unlike other investment clubs, it will not provide investment or financial advice or make investment recommendations.
Author Ted Galen Carpenter will discuss his book Unreliable Watchdog: The News Media and U.S. Foreign Policy.
Use our genealogy databases, share information with other enthusiasts, and receive help with your research from skilled volunteer Jane Schwendinger.
All ages are invited to an in-person story time at the Briarcliff Community Center for songs and stories, plus a visit from the Lake Travis Community Library Bookmobile.
Join skilled genealogist Jane Schwendinger as she shares updates to Ancestry and explains how these changes may impact your genealogy research.
Bring your own book and join a staff member for a drop in casual group chat about what you’re currently reading, want to read, or just your favorite books!
Musician Sean Gaskell will give a performance and an educational demonstration on the kora, an ancient 21-stringed harp from West Africa.