Help the Cedar Park Public Library Foundation support your Library!

About Us

Our Mission

The Cedar Park Public Library Foundation, founded in 1993 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity corporation, is committed to assist the Library in achieving excellence and to develop business/ community support through financial assistance for Library initiatives.  


The Foundation supports the annual summer reading program and enrichment programs for all ages, as well as technology solutions that enhance customer service to Library users. In 2017, 52,447 community members attended programs sponsored by the Foundation!

Join Us

Join Us

Interested in joining the Library Foundation? Call Julia Mitschke, Library Director,

512-401-5630, email for more details, or download our online application.

Donate now by clicking on the link at the top of the page.

Fable Fest

Saturday Oct 27, 2018 @ Elizabeth Milburn Park

This year will mark the TENTH year for what has become one of the most highly regarded events in Cedar Park: Fable Fest

Funds raised from the event will benefit the Cedar Park Public Library by paying for reading programs, advanced technologies and expanding the current library collections for years to come. 

2018 Schedule: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Plan to bring the whole family out to experience an experience worthy of fables! There will be live jousting, bouncy houses, a petting zoo, games for the kiddos, booths with wonderful local businesses, and tasty food. Plus, you'll be entertained by musicians, athletes, dancers, and other members of your local community!

Remember to dress up your kids ... and yourself!

Check updates on Facebook and on our Fable Fest page.

Books for Babies

Encouraging early literacy one book and one baby at a time!

Books for Babies is a project designed to encourage early literacy in Cedar Park by providing a new book, an invitation to get a library card, and literacy literature to each newborn baby in Cedar Park. The goal is to improve overall literacy in the community, and reduce the academic disparities between wealthier and low-income children.  

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