Events

Saturday, April 22

Blackout Poetry

Blackout Poetry

Poetry

April is National Poetry Month: come in anytime this month and create your own Blackout Poem. Share your poem & read poems created by others. Supplies &...

Southeast Anchor Library, Adult Department, 2nd Floor  
Baby Time Fun for Under One

Baby Time Fun for Under One 10am

Story Time

Rhymes, songs, movement and fun for non-walking babies under age one and their caregivers.

Govans Branch  
Belle of The Ball

Belle of The Ball 10am

After School Activities

For teens and their parents/guardians. Choose a free "gently worn" gown for your junior or senior prom. Registration required; call 410-396-6088 to register...

Hamilton Branch  
Book Discussion

Book Discussion 10:15am

Book Discussions

Read and discuss My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante.

Orleans Street Branch  
Mother Goose Baby Steps

Mother Goose Baby Steps 10:15am

Story Time

An interactive nursery rhyme program with music and movement. For children up to 36 months with their caregivers.

Central Library, Meyerhoff Children's Garden  
Panda Stories

Panda Stories 10:30am

Story Time

Stories and rhymes in Mandarin and English.

Waverly Branch, Meeting Room  
Zumba Classes

Zumba Classes 10:30am

Health and Fitness

Dance your way to fitness in these adult Zumba classes. The fitness program consists of short-dance and aerobic-exercise routines performed to popular salsa,...

Southeast Anchor Library, Auditorium  
Canton Theater Presents: Eight Men Out

Canton Theater Presents: Eight Men Out 11am

Films

John Sayles wrote and directed this film about the infamous Chicago Black Sox, the team that threw the World Series in 1918. David Strathairn, John Cusack,...

Canton Branch, Meeting Room  
Pratt Resources for Do-It-Yourself Home Improvement

Pratt Resources for Do-It-Yourself Home... 11am

Home improvement can be intimidating to even experienced homeowners. Having the right resources at hand can help ease fears about taking on home improvement...

Forest Park Branch, Meeting Room  
Preschool Leaps

Preschool Leaps 11am

Story Time

Stories, songs, and fun for preschoolers. Call 410-396-5402 to register groups of 5 or more.

Central Library, Meyerhoff Children's Garden  
Toddler Jumps

Toddler Jumps 11am

Story Time

Books, rhymes, and bouncing balls. A storytime specially created for 2-year-olds and their caregivers.

Govans Branch  
FILMTALK - The Bridge On the River Kwai

FILMTALK - The Bridge On the River Kwai 12pm

Films

Davd Lean’s adaptation of the Pierre Boulle novel was the first of his later epic scale films (Lawrence of Arabia, Dr. Zhivago).The film is loosely based on...

Central Library, Meyerhoff Children's Garden, Night Room  
For the Love of Chickens

For the Love of Chickens 12pm

Learn what it takes to raise chickens in the city.

Cherry Hill Branch, Meeting Room  
Knot Just Knitting

Knot Just Knitting 12pm

Arts and Crafts

Learn how to crochet, cross-stitch, finishing decorations, quilting and more. Beginners and experts are welcome.

Northwood Branch  
Baltimore 101:  What Puts the Charm in "Charm City"?

Baltimore 101: What Puts the Charm in... 2pm

The Friends of the Govans Library is pleased to host Wayne Schaumberg for a slide-illustrated talk about popular sites in Baltimore. Mr. Schaumberg taught...

Govans Branch  
Saturday Cinema Classics: Mahogany (1975)

Saturday Cinema Classics: Mahogany (1975) 2:30pm

Films

Directed by Berry Gordy, Jr. as a vehicle for Diana Ross, this film traces the life of a poor girl who makes it in the fashion world, first as a model, then...

Herring Run Branch, Auditorium  
Visiting Laura's Little Houses

Visiting Laura's Little Houses 2:30pm

In honor of the 150th anniversary of Laura Ingalls Wilder's birth, Ann Weller Dahl presents a video tour of the real sites of the "Little House" books. Ann...

Waverly Branch  
Celebrate with Sac au Lait

Celebrate with Sac au Lait 3pm

Live Music

Celebrate National Library Week with dixieland jazz band Sac au Lait.

Light Street Branch  
What's the Earth Worth?

What's the Earth Worth? 3pm

Arts and Crafts, STEM

Earth Day focused activity that shows what we can do for our Pale Blue Dot, Planet Earth, with a focus on practical recycling, upcycling, and decreasing our...

Forest Park Branch, Meeting Room  
Fairy Tale Month Craft-a-thon

Fairy Tale Month Craft-a-thon 3:30pm

After School Activities, Arts and Crafts, Fairy Tale Festival

Celebrate Fairy Tale Festival all month long with special themed activities, like fairytale sparkle craft, fairytale bingo, puppets and dragons.

Southeast Anchor Library, Children's Department  

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