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Events Calendar

Virtual Events Now Available

Due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, all Pratt Library in person events are cancelled out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of our customers. We will continue to update this page with more information as the situation evolves.

Virtual events are now available online! Browse our virtual events and attend online workshops, writers’ groups, and more from the comfort of your own home.

Events

Saturday, October 20

PeaceFire at the Pratt

Create peace flags and peace posters for Baltimore Ceasefire! Help us make PeaceFire at the Pratt, an installation of peace flags, banners, and peace...

Baby Storytime

Stories, bounces, play, and songs perfect for babies in laps and arms. Playtime follows. For babies from birth to first steps with a favorite adult. All...

Fast Track to a Job: Resume Revamp

Create or revise your resume with Natasha from Creative Career Chic.

teens studying writing in library afterschool

The 2018-19 National History Day theme is TRIUMPH & TRAGEDY IN HISTORY. Are you working on a National History Day research project? We can help with...

Baby Storytime

Stories, bounces, play, and songs perfect for babies in laps and arms. Playtime follows. For babies from birth to first steps with a favorite adult. All...

Family Storytime

Stories, movement, songs, and our most fun activities. Come ready to move, laugh, and learn together. Playtime follows. For families with children ages...

Cereal Social

Come watch cartoons and bring your favorite cereal. Pajamas are welcome. Milk will be provided. Please plan ahead for any dietary restrictions

Family Storytime

Stories, movement, songs, and our most fun activities. Come ready to move, laugh, and learn together. Craft time follows. For families with children ages...

Family Storytime

Stories, movement, songs, and our most fun activities. Come ready to move, laugh, and learn together. Come early or stay after for playtime. For families...

Saturday at the Cinema: The Birds

Melanie Daniels (Tippi Hedren) meets Mitch Brenner (Rod Taylor) in a San Francisco pet store and decides to follow him home. She brings with her the gift of...

Toddler Storytime

Stories, movement, play, and songs just for walking toddlers. Playtime follows. For little ones up to 36 months with a favorite adult. All abilities welcome.

teens studying writing in library afterschool

Free individual homework assistance and tutoring for grades K-12. Tutoring is provided by Youth Library Tutorial, a Johns Hopkins University student group....

African American Film Series: Brother Outsider: The Life Of Bayard Rustin

Brother Outsider: the Life of Bayard Rustin is the definitive film biography of one of the most controversial figures of the Civil Rights Movement. He was...

Chess Masters

Enjoy a fun afternoon with a game of chess. Share tips and learn strategies.

The Island of Sea Women by Lisa See is the 2020 choice for One Maryland One Book.

Read and discuss Bloodsworth: The True Story of the First Death Row Inmate Exonerated by DNA Evidence by Tim Junkin, the One Maryland One Book selection for...

Chemistry in the Library: Chemistry is Out of this World!

Join a chemist from the Army Research Laboratory and the American Chemical Society for hands-on experiments exploring the chemistry of and in outer...

Cinema Edmondson: Bloodsworth: An Innocent Man

Bloodsworth: An Innocent Man is a documentary memoir recounting Kirk Bloodsworth's remarkable journey through the criminal justice system. An innocent man...

Family STEM: Our Solar System

Explore astronomy with activities and experiments for all ages.

Film: Bloodsworth: An Innocent Man

As part of the 2018 One Maryland One Book program, join us for a screening of the documentary, Bloodsworth: An Innocent Man, based on the book by Tim Junkin...

Halloween Paint Event

Come join us for a beautiful halloween-themed event while enjoying some yummy treats. Materials supplied. Please call 410-396-0399 to register.

Peabody at the Library

An informal classical music performance for all ages presented by student musicians from Peabody Conservatory.

All Points Bulletin:  Fall Crime Fiction 2018

Kristopher Zgorski, founder of the 2018 Raven Award-winning book review blog, BOLO Books (www.bolobooks.com) will be on hand to discuss the Hottest Fall...

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