Join us every year for our special events, including Book Sales, Cedar Park Reads, Summer Reading, and Fable Fest!

 

September is Library Card Sign Up Month

If you sign up for a new library card during September, or refer a new library member, you will be entered into a drawing for prizes.  The smartest card in your wallet is a library card!

 

Friends of the Library Book and Bake Sale
The Friends of the Library offer books, DVDs, media and baked goods for sale in their bi-annual fundraiser for the Library. The next Friends of the Library Fall Book and Bake Sale will be October 10-12, 2015.

Fable Fest
This year marks the Seventh year for what has become one of the most highly regarded events in Cedar Park. The Cedar Park Library Foundation’s Fable Fest takes place Saturday October 31st, 2015 at Elizabeth Milburn Park.

This year the event is expanding to include a Fable Fest 5K and kids Pied Piper 1K race before the festival. Costumes are encouraged for the races, as well as the festival!  Funds raised from the race and the event’s sponsors, vendors and activities will benefit the Cedar Park Public Library by paying for reading programs, advanced technologies and expanding the current library collections for years to come.

Attractions and entertainment at this year’s Fable Fest include; The Kings Carnival where kids of all ages can play games, arts and crafts, enjoy inflatables, a petting zoo and pony rides (requires tickets purchased at event); The Pig’s Pub will provide an opportunity to eat your fill on foods of all kinds; and The Royal Academy which is home to demonstrations of Jousting, Archery, Fencing and other Kingdom sports.

For more information visit www.FableFest.com!

Cedar Park Reads Cedar Park Reads: More than Words!
From March 10 to April 4, 2015 the Library hosted community-wide celebration of reading featuring The Book Thief by Markus Zusak.  There was an exciting slate of programs all centering around this beautiful and affecting book.  Stay tuned for more information about Cedar Park Reads 2016!

2015 Summer Reading Club: Every Hero Has a Story


The Cedar Park Public Library, in conjunction with the Texas State Library, is proud to present the 2015 Summer Reading Clubs: “Every Hero has a Story” for kids, “Unmask” for teens, and “Escape the Ordinary” for adults.

The Library’s Summer Reading Clubs run from June 8th through July 31st and are open to all ages.  The programs begin on June 8th with a Scholastic Book Fair, sponsored by the Friends of the Cedar Park Public Library.  The book fair will run from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on June 8th and 9th, with special guest Clifford the Big Red Dog who will be available for visits and photographs from 10:00 am to noon during the Book Fair.

To participate in the Summer Reading Club, simply sign up at the Cedar Park Public Library beginning on June 8th and receive a reading log.  For each 10 minutes of reading (or listening to) a Cedar Park Public Library book, the participant marks off one symbol on their reading log.  For every 200 minutes kids read, they earn a colored cut-out to display in the library’s window and special incentive awards and coupons!  Teen prizes are earned for every 300 minutes read. 

Adults tally the time they read too!  For every 400 minutes read, an entry form for a drawing prize is earned.  Thanks to the support of local area merchants and businesses there are many terrific prizes to choose from!  All books must be read from the Cedar Park Public Library or purchased from the Scholastic Book Fair.  Audio books, newspapers and magazines from the library count too!

In addition to the library’s regular storytimes, there will be special performers for Toddlers/Preschoolers on Tuesdays, a Just for Tweens program on Tuesday afternoons (register at justfortweens2015.eventbrite.com), weekly family movies on Wednesdays, special performers for elementary-aged children on Thursdays, and teen activities on Saturdays.  A complete calendar of events is available at the library or online at http://www.cedarparktexas.gov/librarycalendar.

 *Daycares and summer camps who are interested in visiting the Library during the summer are asked to call 512-401-5634 to schedule visits.  Groups larger than 8 cannot be accommodated during special performers.*

Last updated: 8/24/2015 5:03:31 PM