Located in Mt. Vernon, the Central Library is the block-long headquarters for Baltimore City's library system and its largest public location. Features include multiple rooms for events including a large auditorium, the Poe Room for more intimate events, and a fantastic Children's Department with rooms for early learning and play. Events include frequent free movie screenings and readings by local and nationally famous authors.
This location is wheelchair accessible.
Mon-Wed 10-7 / Thurs-Sat 10-5 / Sun 1-5
Wasn't able to make it
Wesley Lowery's speaking engagement on March 7th at the Central Library was entertaining, informative and compelling.
very fine- expecially the ? & a and final 2 poems- suggest that you always try to go without the mike first- in that for Ashion the mike kind of made his accent worse- hence his poems incomprehensible- then too, it bothers me when the audience sits in silent stupor- no applause- because they have NO UIDEA whaty the poet is talking abt- w Dora we coluld understand and love her last poem-
BUT that's kind of the poet's responsibility- if they can't sell it, too bad
Kim and Shayleen did a fabulous job
The writer was very well spoken. He brought up many thought provoking ideas concerning race relations in the US.
I appreciate Ms April Ryan taking time out of her schedule and away from her young daughters to come out and share her book, her knowledge and her love for her Baltimore home. Thank you for inspiring others and reminding us of our learning at our Mama's knee.
Excellent reading by Dr. Monica Coleman. She encouraged and welcomed lots of conversation about the much needed conversation on mental illness.
Thanks for the help getting started, identifying some great sources and explaining what resources are available.
I thought he was wonderful and funny - loved listening to the parts he read aloud and thought he did a great job with the questions
and answers - impressed with him.
I was unable to attend
Great session - very helpful.
400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201Enlarge Map
Street parking is available, metered until 6pm and free on Sundays. Parking garages and lots available nearby. Bus lines: 2/10, 3, 5, 11, 15, 19, 23, 27, 61, 64, 91. Light Rail: Centre Street or Lexington Market. Metro subway: Charles Center or Lexington Market. Circulator Purple Route (free!) stops #305 or 306.