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Monday, April 22

Blackout Poetry

Celebrate National Poetry Month. Create your own poem! No writing required. Instead of starting with a blank page, start with a page full of words and...

Book Spine Poetry

Celebrate National Poetry Month. Create your own poem! No writing required. Instead of looking at a blank page, look at book titles and arrange them as you...

Community PoeTree!

Celebrate National Poetry Month with the Walbrook Branch by adding your own spin to our "Community PoeTree". Add a line or two to complete our community poem.

Trash or Treat

In the week leading up to Earth Day, help the Southeast Anchor Library clean up our block – and win prizes! Gloves, bags, and safety guidelines provided.

Mindful Meditation

A guided meditation session led by Surya Allamraju. Please bring a meditation mat.

Small Pieces/Big Picture

Join us for a fun time solving puzzles for every kind of puzzle-lover. Crosswords, sudoku, brain teasers, picture puzzles, and, of course, good old-fashioned...

Baby Storytime

Stories, bounces, play, and songs perfect for babies in laps and arms. Come early or stay after for playtime. For babies from birth to first steps with a...

Preschool Storytime

Stories, movement, songs, and play activities that prepare your child for lifelong learning. Playtime follows. For ages 3-5 with a favorite adult. All...

Get Fit at Your Library: Line Dance Group

Learn new and old line dances while you workout to hip-hop, Caribbean, and African rhythms. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing.

Lawyer in the Library

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

Celebrate Earth Day

Listen to the story Iqbal and His Ingenious Idea by Elizabeth Suneby, learn about the Earth, and imagine how you can make the world a better place.

Monday Yarns

Knit or crochet while listening to an audiobook.

Teen Lounge

Teens, join us for an hour to chill, watch movies, listen to music, and play games. BYOS (bring your own snacks) and enjoy your time with us at Patterson Park.

Garden Club for Kids

Plan a garden, pick perfect plants, make plant pots, sow seeds, and watch them grow! Every other Monday in March and April.

Hour of Code

The Hour of Code is a one-hour coding class that gives you your first introduction to computer science. Activities require no experience and can be run on...

 Visionary Explorers: Presented by the American Visionary Art Museum

Students ages 8 and up are encouraged to join us to explore creative new territory inspired by our most beloved visionary artists, their unusual art-making...

Maker Mondays

Explore different materials, tools, and concepts each week as we learn to create anything we can imagine.

Temp Tattoo

Teens and Tweens can live dangerously with art. Get a Temp Tattoo! Funny, Fun and easy to remove.

Girls Who Code

Introduction to computer programming basics. Use fun drag and drop languages. Learn the concepts of loops, variables, conditionals and functions that form...

Northwood Chess Masters

Learn how to play chess or challenge a friend. All ages and skill levels welcome.

Family Art Night

Make a collaborative art piece with the whole family.

Monday Movie: Peppermint

Synopsis A mother becomes a deadly vigilante after her husband and daughter are killed by cartel members. Runtime 102 minutes Cast Jennifer Garner, John...

 Audubon's Intro to Bird-Friendly Gardening

Learn to transform your home, school, or work place into a bird and butterfly paradise. Audubon experts will share practical tips and scientific support for...

Advanced Microsoft Word 2016

Learn to apply text styles, insert watermarks, wrap text around objects, create and run a Macro, import Excel files, create forms, and insert...

Introduction to Microsoft Office & Computer Basics

In this 6 session series, four topics will be discussed: ABCs of the PC (Personal Computer) & Skill Builders’ Workshops, Introduction to Computers/Windows,...

Introduction to Microsoft Office and Computer Basics

In this 6 session series, four topics will be discussed: ABCs of the PC (Personal Computer) & Skill Builders’ Workshops, Introduction to Computers/Windows,...

Light Street Writers Exchange

A read and critique group for writers with interest in all forms of writing: poetry, novel, short story, creative nonfiction. Writers of any ability are...

MPT Indie Lens Pop-Up: Charm City

During three years of unparalleled violence in Baltimore, the film Charm City delivers an unexpectedly candid, observational portrait of the police,...

Needles and Hooks

Do you enjoy needle knitting, loom knitting, or crochet? Bring in your supplies to work on group projects while socializing with other yarn artists. Feel...

Skyscraper

Will Sawyer is a former FBI agent and U.S. war veteran who now assesses security for skyscrapers. While he's on assignment in China, the world's tallest and...

Yoga for Everyone

Deep breathing, relaxation, basic yoga poses and stretching—these mixed level classes are open to those brand new to yoga. Bring your own yoga mat. Presented...

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