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Monday, March 3

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  
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  
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  
Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness 1:00pm

Do you know the most common hazards in Maryland and how to prepare for them? Staff from the Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) will show you how to...

Central Library, Poe Room  
Read Across America

Read Across America 3:00pm

Story Time

Join us for a Seuss-tastic good time! In celebration of the National Education Association's Read Across America, we will be hosting a Read-a-thon where we...

Southeast Anchor Library, Children's Department  
-Ology Series

-Ology Series 3:30pm

After School Activities

"Ology" means "the study of." Each week we will be exploring topics like dance-ology, rap-ology, and music-ology.

Pennsylvania Avenue Branch, Meeting Room  
Baltimore Speaks Out!

Baltimore Speaks Out! 3:30pm

The Baltimore Speaks Out! Program (BSO) operates in the fall and spring, in partnership with Wide Angle Youth Media, providing youth ages 10-15 with free...

Herring Run Branch  
Do You Like Green Eggs and Ham?: Celebrating Dr. Seuss

Do You Like Green Eggs and Ham?: Celebrating... 3:30pm

After School Activities

Celebrate Dr. Suess' birthday by reading aloud and making unique crafts: head bands, hats, bracelets, or design your own book cover.

Clifton Branch  
Lego Club

Lego Club 3:30pm

After School Activities

Bring your imagination and create with Legos! Something big, something small, something new, or something tall...

Northwood Branch  
Let's Fly Airplanes

Let's Fly Airplanes 4:00pm

After School Activities

Fly in to join in on all the fun of making paper airplanes! Let's see if your plane can go the farthest! If you need assistance, there are plenty of tips...

Brooklyn Branch, Children's Department  
Single Carrot Theatre

Single Carrot Theatre 4:00pm

Get on your feet and jump into the world of books! Throughout this Acting through Literacy program, kids will explore theatre from rehearsal to performance,...

Orleans Street Branch  
Ghostbusters

Ghostbusters 5:00pm

Films

Unemployed parapsychologists set themselves up as "Ghostbusters" to rid New York of evil monstrous apparitions that are taking over the city. Sigourney...

Pennsylvania Avenue Branch, Meeting Room  
Make it Mondays!

Make it Mondays! 6:00pm

Create paper ornaments for any occasion.

Southeast Anchor Library, Second Floor  

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