|Sunday||2pm - 6pm|
|Monday||8am - 7pm|
|Tuesday||8am - 7pm|
|Wednesday||8am - 7pm|
|Thursday||8am - 7pm|
|Friday||9am - 6pm|
|Saturday||9am - 6pm|
|Career Center Hours|
|Monday||9:30am - 3:30pm|
|Friday||9:30am - 3:30pm|
Allison Cooper, Branch Manager, email@example.com, (225) 389-4967
26,530 square feet with over 130,000 items and a 65 person capacity meeting room
The River Center is the location of the Baton Rouge Room, which houses materials detailing Baton Rouge's history and a Foundation Center Grants Collection with classes and assistance in grants research offered by appointment.
The Foundation Center Cooperating Collection consists of publications and supplementary materials providing information on private, community and corporate foundations. Access to Foundation Directory Online and Grants to Individuals Online is available. The collection includes directories, periodicals, and annual reports. Guides to government funding are also available for searching. Grant seekers can use this collection at the River Center Branch.
To research for funding opportunities or to train on use of the online directories, schedule an appointment with the Foundation Center Cooperating Collection Coordinator, at (225) 389-4964.
The River Center Branch Library is also the location of the Career Center. Funded by the Baton Rouge Area Foundation, the Career Center provides free services to assist clients in career transition to become their own career managers through self-help with professional guidance.
Free wireless Internet access is available at this branch.
The River Center Branch Library is situated next to Bernardo de Galvez Plaza which holds 2 bronze sculptures by the late Frank Hayden. The two sculptures are (1) a large relief which incorporates the words "What mortal or God comes here in his rage, to trouble the gentle peace of my happy banks" and (2) a giant bust of Oliver Pollock which is pictured above.
In the greater River Center Plaza area there are also four works by Croatian sculptor Ivan Meštrović: (1) Migrating People—"A relief of human figures in proper right profile, in repeating and overlapping form;" (2) Woman Playing the Cello; (3) Woman Playing the Violin; and (4) Pieta—"a stylized figure of the Virgin Mary."