Review plans and share your feedback on the upcoming project set to provide shared use pathways along East 29th Street.
Join us on Wednesday, June 14, 2017, for the 7th Annual Juneteenth Children’s Art Festival hosted by the Clara B. Mounce Public Library as part of the Children Summer Reading initiative. From 10 AM until 12 PM, children and their families can enjoy indoor art activities and a special celebration with renowned storyteller and Kenya native, Ms. Elizabeth Kahura, at 10:30 AM on the front lawn.
- WHAT: 7th Annual Juneteenth Children’s Art Festival
- WHEN: June 14th – 10 AM to 12 PM (noon)
- WHERE: Clara B. Mounce Public Library – 201 E. 26th Street in Bryan
This free event is dedicated in memory of Mr. Thabiti Ngozi, the Chairman of the 1st Annual Juneteenth Children’s Art Festival and former President of Brazos Festival of African Art. Ms. Bobbee Pennington, Family Literacy Librarian at Clara B. Mounce Public Library, had a front row seat to the creation of this annual celebration. With the aid and guidance of Mr. Ngozi, Mr. Oliver Sadberry (Curator of the Brazos Valley African American Museum), and the late Mr. Ronnie Jackson (former Neighborhood and Youth Outreach Coordinator for the City of Bryan), Ms. Pennington helped organize the first event and has continued to coordinate the celebration each year ever since.
To find out more about the Clara B. Mounce Public Library’s Children Summer Reading initiative and for a full list of weekly events hosted now through July 26th, please visit our Children Summer Reading program page.