Mon - Thu: 10 am - 8 pm
Fri - Sat: 10 am - 5:30 pm
Sun: 1 - 5 pm
- Public Internet computers: 34
- Family Internet computers: 2
- Typewriters: 1
- Homework Center: The SWAMP
- Meeting Rooms
- Assistive Technology
- Handicapped Accessible
- Public Art
- Rental Collection: DVDs
- Small Business Resource Center
Information about the Rondo Library's neighborhood, including district council and neighborhood forum sites.
Metrotransit Bus Routes
Electronic Classroom / Computer Classes
Free classes that will introduce you to computers, including: Beginning Computer, Email, Internet, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Social Media.
To register for classes, sign up at the Rondo Library reference desk or call the classroom coordinator at 651-266-7460.
A wide variety of materials about and related to African and African American history and culture, including biographies, poetry, cookbooks, audiovisual materials, and reference books.
In 2002 the Immigrant and Refugee Battered Women's Task Force presented the Library with a collection of materials selected to support the critical needs of battered women. These materials, housed in a quiet area of the Rondo Library, allow persons who wish to read in this subject area to do so in relative privacy. For further information, call 651-266-7425.