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Thursday, March 20

From the Heart: Historic Valentines Exhibit

From the Heart: Historic Valentines Exhibit

Exhibits

A display of more than 300 greeting cards, dating back to 1842, from the Pratt Library's collection.

Central Library, Annex corridor  
Keeping It Real

Keeping It Real

Exhibits

An exhibit of photographs, documents and miscellaneous ephemera from the collection of Jean Thompson. For more than 25 years, Jean Thompson has been a...

Central Library, 2nd floor corridor  
March Madness Book Bracket

March Madness Book Bracket

Book Discussions

In the spirit of March Madness we will be having a "book bracket" where kids can vote for their favorite books to advance. We will have a bracket at the...

Southeast Anchor Library, Children's Department  
Northern Star: A Celebration of the Journey of Harriet Tubman

Northern Star: A Celebration of the Journey of...

Exhibits

This exhibit, located in the annex of the Central Library, examines the important role Harriet Tubman played in the Underground Railroad, the Civil War, and...

Central Library, Annex corridor  
The Civil War Seen Through the Eyes of German-American Caricaturists Thomas Nast and Adalbert Volck

The Civil War Seen Through the Eyes of...

Exhibits

German-American soldiers played a critical role in the outcome of the Civil War. Equally important was the work of two German-American caricaturists, who...

Central Library, Main Hall  
Caught My Eye: photography by Cheryl Atkins

Caught My Eye: photography by Cheryl Atkins 10:00am

Exhibits

Baltimore-based photographer Cheryl Atkins' new exhibit, "Caught My Eye," is a compilation of images of some of her favorite places in Maryland. The photos...

Central Library, Fine Arts & Music Reading Room  
Internet Security

Internet Security 10:00am

Computer Classes

Learn about the different types of viruses that can affect your PC and steps you can take to protect it. You will also learn about anti-virus software and...

Central Library, Public Computer Center  
Post a Quote

Post a Quote 12:00pm

In celebration of National Women's History Month, locate an inspirational quote from a historical woman and post it. This activity runs from March 3 to 31.

Forest Park Branch  
Knitting and Crochet Circle

Knitting and Crochet Circle 2:00pm

Bring your ideas and expertise or your interest in learning. For beginners and experts alike. We will provide practice yarn to get you started, help you...

Cherry Hill Branch, Meeting Room  
Printmaking: Presented by the Creative Alliance

Printmaking: Presented by the Creative Alliance 3:30pm

After School Activities

Vibrant prints can be used for fine art, cards, or stationary. Join the Creative Alliance and learn how to layer, cut, or draw an image onto a simple...

Govans Branch  
Crafty Afternoon

Crafty Afternoon 4:00pm

After School Activities

Collage a one-page graphic novel to put on display in the branch gallery.

Reisterstown Road Branch  
Science Thursdays

Science Thursdays 4:00pm

Explore the mysteries of the world on Science Thursdays.

Herring Run Branch  
Jamercise - Advanced

Jamercise - Advanced 5:15pm

Health and Fitness

Intense cardio, metabolic, and lateral training exercise, using dance moves and strength training.

Cherry Hill Branch, Meeting Room  
Introduction to Microsoft Word 2010

Introduction to Microsoft Word 2010 5:30pm

Computer Classes

2 Classes, 2 hours per class. Course Content: Create, open, format, and save documents in this basic word processing class. Learn to use the spelling and...

Orleans Street Branch, Pratt Center for Technology Training  
Book Discussion

Book Discussion 6:30pm

Book Discussions

Read and discuss The Fault In Our Stars by John Green. In this work of fiction, sixteen-year-old Hazel, a stage-IV thyroid cancer patient with a few months...

Hampden Branch  

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