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Message from the
Kunwoo Choi, Branch Manager
1605 Dowlen Road 77706
Hours: Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Book Drop: Available 24/7 Drive up on West side of the library through circular drive.
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More than 65,000 titles available for loan
Eleven computers for public use.
Children’s Play Area
DVD’s and Blu-Ray movies for loan
E-Books and E-Audiobooks for loan
- NEW! The Miller Library will now offer ESL classes on Wednesdays from 6pm-7pm beginning on May 1, 2013. Interested patrons must call (409) 835-7924 to register.
- Need assistance with accessing eBooks and eAudiobooks? The Miller Library is offering one-on-one assistance. Appointments are available on Mondays 11am-1pm and on Wednesdays noon-2pm. Please call the Miller reference desk, 409-866-9487 ext3250, to schedule your appointment.
- Hola…Beginner’s Conversational Spanish classes: Second Tuesday of each month at 4pm. FREE and open to all ages!
- Miller Book Bunch book discussion: Third Wednesday of each month at 2pm. For adults 18 and older.
- Story Time: Each Friday at10:30 a.m.Features a variety of guests, crafts, songs, and stories for children with parents or caregivers.
- Summer Reading Program: Each summer for children up to 18 years old. Visit website for details.
- Tween Craft Day: First Tuesday of each month at4pmfor children ages 8-14. Sign up at the Circulation Desk or Children’s Department. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.
- iPLAY: Third Tuesday of each month features different activities for ages 8-14. Check the newsletter for monthly activities. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.
- Donations of Legos are being accepted to support R.C. Miller Memorial Library’s new Lego Programs.
The R.C. Miller Memorial Library was a gift to the people of Beaumont from R.C. Miller. His wish was “to provide an adequate library which can be used to the greatest possible advantage for the people of this area.”