Join us for the launch of Wes Moore’s new book, The Work. From the author of the bestselling The Other Wes Moore comes the story of how Moore traced a path through the world to discover the meaning of his life and how he found that meaning in service. He tells stories about the people he met along the way and the remarkable change makers who’ve found deep meaning in their work. Their lessons, as well as his own experiences, show that our...
The Old Hamilton Library was recently saved from demolition and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Pratt staff member and Northeast Baltimore History Roundtable member Julie Saylor will tell the story of philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, who was inspired by Enoch Pratt to donate money to build over a thousand libraries across America.
In honor of Oliver Hardy's 122nd birthday (1892 - 1957), we present a classic comedy, Laurel & Hardy's Sons of the Desert.
Be sure to bring a cushion or mat to sit on as seating is limited.
The film will run continuously throughout the day.
Considered the best of Laurel and Hardy's feature films, one of the top ten moneymaking pictures of 1934, it was released in Europe as Fraternally Yours and Sons of the Legion.
Reserve a one-hour appointment with our Job & Career Clinic staff to receive one-on-one support for your job search. Ask us to focus on job search, resume & cover letters, or interviewing.
Call 410-396-6076 to make an appointment.