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Tuesday, June 6

 Exhibit: The Art and Preservation of Resistance: The Black Lives Matter Memorial Fence Artifact Collection

The Pratt Library's exhibit, The Art & Preservation of Protest, honors Black Lives Matter Memorial Fence Artifact Collection and consists of hundreds of...

3D Printing

Design a 3D printed miniature at home and print it out at the Govans Branch! Ask a librarian to find out how to create your own models using TinkerCAD, a...

Games at Govans

Start a D&D or TTRPG adventure, play your favorite games, or make a new favorite with a wide selection of board, dice, and card games available in the Govans...

Open Enrollment - English as a Second Language (ESL) Classes / Inscripción Abierta- Clases de Inglés Como Segundo Idioma (ESL)

Interested in learning English but do not know where to start? Join the Enoch Pratt Free Library and Baltimore City Community College to enroll in FREE...

Rainbow Ice Cream Scavenger Hunt

Find each flavor of ice cream cone hidden in the children's area to create a rainbow and win a prize. One prize per child, while supplies last.

Soul of the Butterfly: Chicory Magazine & Baltimore's Black Arts Activism Exhibit

Can art be activism? Can a poem make a difference? In the 1960s, Black writers in Baltimore said, "yes" in the pages of Chicory, a poetry magazine published...

Summer Break Baltimore logo with sun, sunglasses, waves, and flying books

Celebrate all the wonderful things about you with our outdoor StoryWalk® featuring Wonderful You from the World of Eric Carle at the Canton Branch. The...

Take & Make: Jellyfish Suncatchers

Pick up supplies to make a jellyfish suncatcher at home. This Take & Make kit will be available at the Patterson Park Branch on a first come, first served...

Take & Make: Layered Rainbow Heart Ornament Craft Kit

Use self-adhesive foam pieces to create heart ornaments that are full of color. This Take & Make kit will be available at the Waverly Branch during the...

Take & Make: Paper Plate Rainbow Windcatchers

Create a paper plate rainbow windcatcher with your favorite adult! This Take & Make will be available for the month of June or until supplies last.

A ball of pink yarn, a metal yarn needle, a plastic canvas square, and a pair of scissors with a red handle.

Create unique and colorful coasters using a plastic canvas and yarn. This take & make kit will be available at the Forest Park Branch during the month of...

Take & Make: Pride Bracelets

Stop by the Orleans Street Branch to pick up your take & make kit including materials to make a Pride bracelet in honor of Pride month. This Take & Make...

Splotches of colors

Celebrate the sunshine streaming in through your windows with this beautiful tissue paper stained glass craft. This Take & Make kit will be available at the...

1st Grade Homeschool 2023 Series

- Learn the basic components of the computer. - Develop writing skills using Microsoft Word. - Use interactive programs and websites to enhance language,...

10am
Virtual Event
Family Storytime

Stories, movement, songs, and our most fun activities. Come ready to move, laugh, and learn together. For families with children ages 2-5. All abilities...

Introduction to Microsoft Office 2019 & Computer Basics

In this six-week series, five topics will be discussed: ABCs of the PC (Personal Computer) & Skill Builders’ Workshop Introduction to Computers/Windows...

SeniorTec Series

You are never too old to learn! Join us for a fun filled adventure as we discover the world of the computer. Create a Gmail account using Google. Learn...

2nd Grade Homeschool 2023 Series

- Learn the basic components of the computer. - Develop writing skills using Microsoft Word. - Use interactive programs and websites to enhance language,...

11:30am
Virtual Event
American Sign Language 101

Interested in learning American Sign Language? Join the EFPL and the Hearing and Speech Agency of Baltimore for this 10 week course to learn the basics of...

Baby & Toddler Storytime

Stories, movement, play, and songs for babies in arms and toddlers together. Come early for playtime. For little ones under two with a favorite adult. All...

Image of a gavel with a Maryland flag background.

Maryland Legal Aid attorneys, paralegals, law students, and volunteer attorneys will spend a couple of hours at the Walbrook Branch providing brief,...

3rd Grade Homeschool 2023 Series

- Learn the basic components of the computer. - Develop writing skills using Microsoft Word. - Use interactive programs and websites to enhance language,...

1:30pm
Virtual Event
Future Makers: Electric Vehicles

Build an electric car that can zip and zoom! Assemble axles and bearings on an adjustable platform, using unique connectors and lightweight materials. Then,...

a variety of craft supplies splayed out across a table

Come celebrate Pride at Roland Park. Make your own rainbow windsock to show your pride and spread love in your community. All supplies will be provided on a...

Crafternoon

Join Ms. Maddie for an afternoon of arts and crafts!

Let's Explore: Tech Teardown

Have you ever wondered what the inside of a printer looks like? Now is your chance to find out. Join us and help take apart an old printer! This program...

Manga Drawing Lessons - IRL!

Learn how to draw anime and manga characters step-by-step in weekly, in-house sessions! Build up a sketchbook of drawings to become a real artist! Supplies...

Movie: The Hate U Give

A young black student from a poor neighborhood who attends a prep school in an affluent area finds her uneasy life balance further disrupted when she...

Children's DIY Gardening

Join us for a fun DIY garden project! Get creative and design your very own ceramic flowerpot to plant flowers in and watch them grow! All supplies will be...

Start Your Own Small Business

Brought to you by ASPIRE: Loyola’s Extended Learning Community, this course will allow participants to get the foundational skills on starting a small...

Writers LIVE! Darrin Bell

Darrin Bell wanted a water gun when he was 6 years old. His mother had to tell him why she feared for his safety if she allowed it. The Pulitzer...

Tuesday, June 6