D Brown Memorial Library Rosebud, Texas

Coronavirus Information

Curbside Services

The library is now providing curbside service from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm Tuesday through Friday. To use this service, please use the online catalog search (which can be found to the left) to choose which items you want. To reserve items, use your online account or call us at 254-583-2328 during open hours. Call us again when you arrive at the library and a staff member will instruct you on how to pick up your items. The normal 10-item limit will apply and there are no late fines. Please return items into the dropbox located to the right of the front door. No new library cards will be issued at this time. The library building will remain closed to the public until further notice.

 

Internet Access

While our building is closed, our guest Wi-fi can now be accessed from our parking areas! The network is DBLibrary Guest and the password is dbrownlibrary. Please note that the Wi-fi network is accessible every day from 10 am through 6 pm only. Please stay in your vehicle or maintain social distance if you sit outside the library. Call us during curbside hours if you need any assistance!

 

Programs

Currently, all of our programs are postponed. Need something to do at home? Check out our Online Resources and Activities Page for links to live storytimes and other programs, along with fun online activities for all ages! 

 

Coronavirus/COVID-19 Resources

Please consult verified sources for information during this time. We have provided a list of online resources that provide current information. 

Center for Disease Control

Texas Health and Human Services

World Health Organization

Bell County Public Health District

Waco-McLennan Public Health District

2-1-1 Texas Health Local Resource Finder

Access free and credible information from the Texshare online databases:

EBSCO

Gale

ProQuest

World Health Organization's Top Tips:

  • Wash your hands often and thoroughly (20-second rule).

  • Maintain social distancing (at least three feet from anyone who is coughing or sneezing).

  • Avoid touching your face.

  • If you have a fever, cough, or difficulty breathing, call your doctor.

 

Social Resources

Texas Education Association Food Map (to find free meals for schoolchildren)

Texas Workforce Commission COVID-19 Resources

 

Recent Local News

6/16/2020 KWTX: State reports 4,100 new COVID-19 cases, more than 2,000 deaths

4/27/2020 KWTX: 27K COVID-19 cases confirmed in Texas; local count nears 500

4/1/2020 The Marlin Democrat: Update from Falls County

3/31/2020 The Texas Tribune: Gov. Greg Abbott asks Texans to stay at home except for essential activity in April

3/23/20 KWTX: COVID-19 cases confirmed in 4 additional Central Texas Counties