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Events

Tuesday, November 5

Library Lights

Help us light up the Children’s Department with homemade lanterns and strings of lights. A Neighborhood Lights program.

Pick and Play: Games

Come to the library everyday and enjoy browsing through a variety of games to play with family and friends at your own leisure.

Tuesday Newsday

Kids show off their knowledge of current events (or their skill at guessing the answers to multiple choice questions) with our weekly news quiz. Try the...

Twinkle Light Transformation

Explore light and color as we use paint, markers, tissue and foil to turn discarded plastic bottles into sparkling decorations for the library windows. A...

Undesign the Redline: Exhibit

UNDESIGN THE REDLINE is a framework for unearthing our most deep, systemic and entangled crises. This interactive exhibit, workshop series and curriculum...

Pixel Art

Create your own "digital" art using paper pixels.

Yoga for Everyone in Central Hall

Practice yoga in the beauty of Central Library. Deep breathing, relaxation, basic yoga poses and stretching—these mixed level classes are open to those...

2nd - 3rd Grade Homeschool Computer Classes

Classes for homeschooled students (K - 6th grades). Learn the basic components of the computer, and develop writing skills using Microsoft Word. Use...

Kindergarten - 1st Grade Homeschool Computer Classes

Classes for homeschooled students (K - 6th grades). Learn the basic components of the computer, and develop writing skills using Microsoft Word. Use...

Pre-K Homeschooler Computer Classes

Classes for homeschooled students in Pre-K. Learn the basic components of the computer, and develop writing skills using Microsoft Word. Use interactive...

Peace Rocks

As part of the Baltimore Ceasefire, join us in creating Peace Rocks for our library's Peace Garden. "Spreading messages of Peace that ripple out around the...

Stick Together® Peace Dove

In the spirit of the Baltimore Ceasefire, let's Stick Together® and create a community Peace Dove poster. Stop by the library anytime in November to...

Triangle Twig Dreamcatcher

Celebrate Native-American Heritage Month by creating a dreamcatcher as November's Take & Make craft project. Ancient legends about the history and origin of...

Water, Water Everywhere

Learn about the water cycle with activities and an experiment.

ABC's of the PC

ABCs of the PC Workshop – (New Users) Learn the basic steps to navigating through your personal computer (PC). Learn to use your mouse to perform various...

Yoga For Beginners

Join us for an hour of relaxation and stress-reducing exercise presented by Surya Allamraju of Sunshine Yoga. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a...

4th - 5th Grade Homeschool Computer Classes

Classes for homeschooled students (K - 6th grades). Learn the basic components of the computer, and develop writing skills using Microsoft Word. Use...

Pre-K to 6th Grade Homeschooler Computer Classes

Classes for homeschooled students in Pre-K - 6th grade. Learn the basic components of the computer, and develop writing skills using Microsoft Word. Use...

Lawyer in the Library

Lawyers from Maryland Legal Aid provide one-on-one legal services. Types of issues include: bankruptcy, child custody, divorce, expungement, removing...

Spanish for Seniors

Join us for this continuing advanced beginning/intermediate Spanish class of grammar, vocabulary and conversation.

Yoga for YOU

Learn how to use yoga for breathing, posture, and meditation and other techniques to manage stressful situations on the job and in life. Presented by Dr....

National History Day One-on-One Coaching

Do you have a National History Day project? We can help! Book a one-on-one appointment for yourself or your group to talk about your topic, review resources...

Waverly Branch Afterschool Homework Help

Drop by the Waverly Branch for free homework help from Morgan State University and Johns Hopkins University students. Tutoring is provided by Youth Library...

Dance & Bmore Presents: AMP Arts Mentorship Program for 1st - 3rd Graders

Explore the magical world of classic books through music, movement, and theatre. This 9-week session for first through third graders uses...

Animania: Herring Run Manga Club

Enjoy an exciting evening of manga & comic book discussions. Review and watch hit anime series and films

Art Afterschool with The Walters Art Museum

Join The Walters Art Museum for fun and educational art-making. Each program includes a creative hands-on activity and covers a distinct topic, like...

Coding Zone

Dive into computer coding with easy-to-learn games and activities for ages 7 and up.

Game Lab

Play the hottest multiplayer games on the PS4 with your friends!

Just B-Tween Us Readers

A book club designed for children ages 8 - 12 years old. Each month we will discuss a different book that includes a range of topics such as catalysts,...

Press Play

Show off your gaming skills with Wii, Uno & board games.

Teen Improv workshops!

Megan Wills is an improv comedy performer and founder of the Charm City Comedy Project and the Charm City Comedy Festival in Baltimore. She will be hosting...

Ceasefire Baltimore: TAHIRA Presents LOL: Literacy Out Loud

TAHIRA, an international and critically acclaimed storyteller, will enthrall children with her tickle-your-funny-bone tales and delightful sing-along songs.

International Games Week: Game Exhibition!

Celebrate International Board Games week with a new board game, table-top game or activity each day!

Peace and Unity Flags

Create a peace/unity flag in honor of the themes of the One Book Baltimore selection.

Preschool Storytime

Stories, movement, songs, and play activities that prepare your child for lifelong learning. Playtime follows. For ages 2-5 with a favorite adult. All...

Dance & Bmore Presents: AMP Arts Mentorship Program for 4th - 6th Graders

Explore the magical world of classic books through music, movement, and theatre. This 9-week session for fourth through sixth graders uses...

 Fast Track to a Job: Resume Revamp

Create or revamp your resume with Natasha OrtizFortier of Creative Career Chic. Please bring a copy of your resume and the job description of your desired...

Brilliant Baltimore - Light City Neighborhood Lights

Light City is America’s first large-scale festival of art, music, and innovation where Baltimore comes together and where the world comes to Baltimore....

Creative Writing Group

Get those creative juices flowing. Share your work or enjoy a quiet space to write. Writers of all levels are welcome.

Google Series

In this 3-week series, 4 topics will be discussed: Google Docs, Google Calendar, Google Sheets and Google Slides. Class Prerequisite Recommendation - ABCs...

Revisiting the Reservation: Baltimore's Lumbee Indian Community

Popular narratives of the Great Migration, remembered as a mass movement of southern African Americans to northern cities, do not generally include the...

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