Rosenberg Day

 

Saturday, March 25, 10 AM – 4 PM

Rosenberg Library on 2310 Sealy, Galveston, TX

Celebrating everything library on Rosenberg Day! This family-friendly festival is FREE and open to the public – perfect Saturday fun! This year, we are unveiling the winners of the new Rosenberg Library card designs. Curious? Come by to see the winning designs!

Celebrations will be found all day on the Library block of Sealy between 23rd and 24th street. Enjoy events and activities inside and outside the library all day, including:

  • The Friends of the Rosenberg Library Book Sale
  • Rosenberg Library Salvage Sale (buy a piece of library history!)
  • Local authors table and presentations
  • Library scavenger hunt and other indoor activities
  • Live music
  • Food trucks
  • Face painting

And more! We hope to see you there!

FAQ:

Where can I park?

Parking can be found on the north side of the library facing Ball Street.

Do I need a ticket/band/library card to get in?

This event is free to the public, so you can come and go as you please! We’d love it if you signed up for a library card, though!

What is Rosenberg Library?

Rosenberg Library is the first and oldest continuously running library in the state of Texas. It opened to Galvestonians in January of 1871 as the Galveston Mercantile Library, and later became Rosenberg Library in 1904. The rest is history!