The Round Top Family Library is a 501( c) 3 non-profit organization, sanctioned by the Central Texas Library Association. The Library serves the rural community surrounding Round Top with full lending services for adults and children. Here you will find popular reading material, best sellers, periodicals and classic and contemporary literature. Also available is a good selection of books on tape or CD, as well as a selection of movies. Beyond its lending resources, the Library serves as a center for cultural and learning activities for children, and as a community center. Patrons and visitors enjoy a rich array of programs of general interest and learning opportunities, as well as services such as free computer and Internet access.
10th Annual Chili Cook-Off - January 18, 2014
Cynthia Thornton's The Times of Round Top
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What a wonderful time we had at our 2013 fundraiser! Great music by the Quebe Sisters, delicious food by Royers, and exciting auction items made for a truly special evening at the historic Carmine Hall. The theme of the Gala was “Preserving our Library’s Future”, and the hall was dressed to the nines with mason jars and gingham. Thanks to all of our volunteers and to our friends and neighbors who attended or supported us!
Here are a few photos from this special event. Please visit our Facebook Page for more photos from the Wrangler’s Gala.
All proceeds from the Gala are directed to the Library’s capital campaign to ensure the future of this special community treasure.
A lively crowd turned out for this fun event.
There were over 50 silent auction items – artwork, jewelry, gift certificates and more.
Royers prepared a great home-style meal, topped off with pie in a mason jar!
Master of ceremonies, Jack Elvig kept the crowd entertained and informed as the event took place.
The live auction items were spectacular – trips, dining events, fine wine/cigars and elegant furnishings
Auctioneer Lee Fritsch auctions off a celebrity dinner prepared by Channel 13’s news anchor Tom Koch.
Toe-tappin’ music provided by the beautiful and talented Quebe Sisters.
Please visit our Facebook Page for more photos from the Wrangler’s Gala.
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