Clara B. Mounce Public Library
Monday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Address and Phone:
201 E. 26th St.
In downtown Bryan, two blocks west of Texas Ave. on 26th St.
Announcements & Special Events:
We will be closed Monday, January 20, 2014. for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Spring storytime begins January 16, 2014.
Computer classes will be held on Thursdays in the 2nd floor computer lab.
All BCS Eagle newspaper microfilm reels have been moved to the Carnegie History Center.
We have recently added more new eBooks.
Books and Beans Book Club
Baby & Toddler - Children 1 month to 2 years old and their caregivers share simple stories, music, puppets, and nursery rhymes.
Ready to Read - Kids in preschool and elementary school are invited to join us for stories, songs, puppets, action rhymes, and art activities.
Summer Reading Program
Teen Book Club
We welcome public use of our meeting room. If your group is nonprofit and has five or more members, contact the library if you would like to book our meeting room. We now have two meeting spaces available for use. For more details, see our meeting room policy.
The 2nd floor meeting room is furnished with four large tables and 80 chairs. A Yahama grand piano is available from music recitals; however, it is not available for routine piano practice. Groups serving refreshments must complete a separate form. All forms and additional information is available at the Youth Services Desk on the second floor.
The 1st floor conference room is furnished with one long table and 12 chairs. Groups serving refreshments must complete a separate form. All forms and additional information is available at the Adult Services Desk on the first floor.
The Computer Lab may also be reserved following the same procedures as the meeting room.
Mounce Library will not be conducting class visits until the renovation of the second floor is completed. Class visits may be scheduled for dates in December at the Youth Services desk or by calling (979) 209-5615.
For questions or concerns, contact Library System Director Larry Koeninger.