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
BOOK BUNCH: ADULT Book Group
You’re invited to join the RC Miller Book Bunch. Join friends and make new friends as we share and discuss each other’s thoughts and perspectives.
Third Wednesday of each month at 2:00pm
eBOOKS AND eAUDIOBOOKS TRAINING
Need assistance with accessing E-Books/ E-Audiobooks? Please contact the Reference Dept. at (409)866-9487 ext. 3250 to schedule your one/one appointment for assistance.
Appointments are available: Mondays: 11:00am – 1:00pm
Wednesdays: 12:00noon – 2:00pm
Registration is REQUIRED: Please contact the Literacy Depot at (409)835-7924. Classes will be held in the RC Miller Conference Room.
You’re invited to join the Knitting Circle! Share ideas and enjoy the comradeship. Open to all, who love to knit and crochet.
Enjoy a movie on us! Bring the whole family and join us for a Miller Matinee presented on the library’s 80"inch television.
Third Saturday of each month at 2:30pm
SPANISH CLASSES FOR ADULTS
RC Miller is pleased to offer FREE Adult Beginner’s Spanish classes! Please join us and experience the joy of learning a new language.
Mommy and Me Story Time:
For caregivers and children ages birth-2
Every Thursday @ 10:30am
P.E.E.Ps (Playful Enthusiastic and Energetic Preschoolers):
For ages 3-5
Every Friday @ 10:30am
Tween Craft Day for Children ages 8-14:
The program will be offered once per month on Tuesday at 4pm for children ages 8-14. Check the Monthly Newsletter for the date. Sign up at the Circulation Desk.
iPLAY for Children ages 8-14:
The program will be offered once per month on Tuesday at 4pm for children ages 8-14.
Check the Monthly Newsletter for the date. Sign up at the Circulation Desk.
Donations of Legos are being accepted to support R.C. Miller Library’s 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.”