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Events

Saturday, April 10

Anime Club Kit

Miss Anime Club? Me too. Well, check out our Anime Club Kit to see if you can bring Anime Club home instead. The kit includes crafts, recipes, and...

De-Stress Squish Ball

For the month of April while supplies last, pick up a make and take kit at the Northwood branch to create a squishy stress ball. Please call 410-396-6076 to...

Northwood Picks 4 U

Exclusively for pickup at Northwood Library, teens and adults can complete a survey and leave it to the professionals to make the perfect suggestion! But, we...

Pratt Teens on Discord!

Young Adult Services proudly presents a virtual space JUST FOR TEENS! If you are a teen and want to connect with other teens, come on over to Pratt Teens...

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Read Woke Challenge

What is Read Woke? It’s a feeling. A form of education. A call to action, and our right as lifelong learners. It means arming yourself with knowledge to...

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microphone

Record your oral history interview for the Stories from Baltimore Teens project to speak, learn, and save how different generations respond to living during...

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collage of two style of blackout poetry, one with all unnecessary words blacked out and one designed in the shape of a heart

Celebrate National Poetry Month with the library. Create your own poem, no writing required. Instead of starting with a blank page, start with a page full of...

Take & Make: Beaded Bracelets

Take home a kit to make beautiful beaded bracelets! This take & make kit will be available at the Govans Branch from April 5 - June 19 on a first come,...

poem tote bag

April is National Poetry Month! Celebrate the importance of poetry in our culture with a DIY poem tote bag. This tote bag craft kit comes with everything you...

Take and Make: Bottle Cap Magnets

Make your very own bottle cap magnets featuring your favorite manga character or come up with your own design. Starting April 1st, call (410) 396‑1580 to...

writing signing paperwork forms

Want to make a sign, but short on materials - or not sure where to start? Come grab one of our protest sign-making kits, complete with materials and tips to...

Take & Make: Beautiful Butterflies

Spring is here and the caterpillars and butterflies are crawling and fluttering about! Create your own butterfly to hang in the window and learn some fun...

Take & Make: Duct Tape Wallet

Make your own amazing duct tape wallet by picking up a kit and instructions using the Waverly Sidewalk Service at 410-396-6089. Available while supplies...

Take & Make: Mystery Seed Cups

Adopt one of our mystery seed cups! Just add water and watch what sprouts. We'll include a title recommendation that may be a hint. Call (410) 396-1168 to...

Take & Make: Recycled Egg Carton Seed Starter

Decorate a seed planter made from recyclable egg containers. All planting materials and instructions are included in this take & make kit. Call (410)...

sewing craft sample

Celebrate Global Astronomy Month by sewing your own constellation. This take & make kit will be available at the Roland Park Branch from April 1-30 on a...

Take & Make: Sun Art Kit

For Adults: Have some fun in the sun! Create sun prints using found objects with paper that changes color when exposed to sunlight. Then pick your favorite...

Teen Raid Box: In Verse

"Roses are red, Violets are blue. Let's get a new raid box, with a poem or two". This month's box celebrates National Poetry month with poetry bingo,...

story time, librarian and children

Join us live for an interactive storytime with read-alouds, songs, movements, and games. Un moment de bonne humeur à partager ensemble live, avec histoires,...

11am
Virtual Event
Poetry Online Discussion of Adrienne Rich

Join us for a discussion of the poetry of Adrienne Rich, who received the National Book Award for Diving into the Wreck: Poems, 1971-1972. We hope to...

11am
Virtual Event
Ask a Master Gardener: Learn About Pollinators

Pollination is the process that takes place when pollen is moved within flowers or successful seed and food production and ensures that a plant or tree will...

12pm
Virtual Event
3D Printing for the Teen Artist

In this 3-week series for ages 12-18, we will create art objects such as wall hangings and dynamic sculptures in Tinkercad. No experience is...

1pm
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An American Sunrise by Joy Harjo

April is Poetry Month. The discussion will be about An American Sunrise by Joy Harjo, who is the US Poet Laureate.

2pm
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Black Women Build: Opportunities for Home Ownership

Black Women Build-Baltimore is a home ownership and wealth building initiative that trains black women in carpentry, electrical, and plumbing by restoring...

2pm
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Talking Black / Talking Back : A Celebration of the Struggles & Songs of African-Americans in History & Culture

(For Teens grades 9-12) This spring, the Enoch Pratt Library, in partnership with Bard High School Early College at Baltimore invites Baltimore area high...

2pm
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We Slay Book Club

We will read and discuss The City We Became by N. K. Jemisin. In Manhattan, a young grad student gets off the train and realizes he doesn't remember who...

2pm
Virtual Event

Saturday, April 10