Bryan continues to grow in leaps and bounds, and as more new residents arrive to enjoy our thriving downtown, desirable quality of life and excellent schools, they do so in the knowledge that these programs – and numerous others from the Bryan Police Department – are providing them with the safety and security that Bryan residents have come to expect. It’s just another reason that people want to experience “The Good Life, Texas Style.”
National Library Week (April 3 – 9, 2022) celebrates the many ways libraries impact our lives and provide avenues for learning and discovery. This week, we are celebrating the Bryan + College Station Public Library System (BCSPLS) for all that it brings to our community.
Did you know that during Fiscal Year 2021 (Oct. 1, 2020-Sept. 30, 2021):
Additionally, the BCSPLS provides opportunities for people to connect with others through their resources: books, electronic books, electronic audios, audiobooks, audiobooks, videos, magazines, printing, computers, Wi-Fi, events for all ages, community rooms, genealogy, local history and more. All these valuable tools and resources are available at your local library for free.
All Brazos County residents can receive a free library card by visiting any of the locations below. Find out more about library cards at the BCSPLS website.
You can take part in in celebrating National Library Week by stopping by one of our locations:
- Clara B. Mounce Public Library – Downtown Bryan, 201 E. 26th St., Bryan
- Carnegie History Center – Downtown Bryan, 111 S. Main St., Bryan
- Larry J. Ringer Library – 1818 Harvey Mitchell Pkwy. S., College Station