Masks Required

At this time we are requiring that ALL individuals over the age of 2 wear a mask when entering the library. Effective August 2, 2021 masks

Pollinator Week Storytime

This week is Pollinator Week, so we’re learning all about pollinators! Bees, bats, birds, butterflies, moths, and lots of other animals that help plants by

Ancestry at Home

Ancestry Library Edition is now accessible through the end of the year from your home computer or device! Patrons with Round Lake Library or Round

Curbside Procedures

Hours of Curbside Service: Monday–Friday 10am-8pm Curbside pickup is for pick up of held items and weekly kids’ craft kits (as available) Please wait for

DIY Mask-Making

Want to make a fabric face mask? Check out a these video or photo tutorials, or see our basic sewing instructions below. Help protect yourself

Get a Library Card

Don’t have a library card? While the library is closed you can receive a library card through email to access our virtual library through Overdrive,

Online Educational Resources

Many companies and online educational resources have opened their services free of charge during this health crisis. Check out our homeschooling page for more great

Virtual Story Times

Dolly Parton will read bedtime stories- premiering at 6pm on Thursday, April 2 Jeff Goldblum reads Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who! Grover reads The