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Waverly Branch

The Waverly Branch is located in the bustling urban neighborhood of Waverly, at the intersection of East 33rd Street, Barclay, and University Parkway.

400 E. 33rd Street, Baltimore, MD 21218

Website

prattlibrary.org

Upcoming Events

Baby & Toddler Storytime

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

4/18 10:30am
Films at the Pratt: Risen

Two Roman soldiers must find the body of Jesus Christ in order to prevent an uprising in Jerusalem. But one of them soon undergoes a crisis of faith when he...

4/20 10:30am
Tutoring for Youth

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

4/20 12pm
Meet the Author: Kamichi Jackson

K My Name Is Kendra focuses on fifteen-year-old Kendra James' life as it begins to spiral out of control with the return of her long-lost runaway sister...

4/20 2pm
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.

4/22 12:30pm

Recent Events

Cell Phone Basics

4/17/2019

Anime Fan Club

4/16/2019

Yoga for YOU

4/16/2019

Recent Activity

Dr. Patrick Byrne

Dr. Patrick Byrne left a positive review 3/30/2019

Their were some insights about the millennial but most have been hashed out for years now. I was also disappointed but not surprised about the exclusion of the generation before the millennials which is often forgotten. The most damaging event to any generation is to be swept into a bad economy which is completely out of that generations control. It seems like a control is now forming around the need for significant societal change. This is where the hope is palpable with all generations coming of age but I think the millennials have experienced greater hardship then any generation since the silent generation. A generation that reshaped society with the Nixon to Johnson bipartisan effort born from hardship. I see that is AOC and the new green deal. I get choked up when I read about those efforts. Efforts generation X wanted but didn't have the power or the resolve that comes with hardship to do. My sons coming of age with the power of the millenials leading the way is of great comfort to a father. Thanks, Dr. J. Patrick Byrne.

Autumn Smith

Autumn Smith left a positive review 3/28/2019

It was very helpful! I enjoyed the seminar a lot. It was very helpful and hopefully I will get some results soon. Thanks a lot for this seminar.

Teiana

Teiana left a positive review 3/4/2019

I enjoyed the class

Esta Baker

Esta Baker left a positive review 11/8/2018

Small group with lively interactive discussion. Too bad we couldn't sample some of Maryland's culinary treasures.

Maresa Gold

Maresa Gold left a positive review 10/4/2018

fun creative event

Gwen Marshall

Gwen Marshall left a positive review 10/3/2018

It was excellent. The instructor was patient and detailed. I learned a lot.

Tricey Moulden

Tricey Moulden left a positive review 9/20/2018

I really enjoyed this event. The hostess was very pleasant and the artist was great.

Esta Baker

Esta Baker left a positive review 9/20/2018

Gave review to wrong event. Attended Adult Painting at Waverlyq3branch. Got to channel my inner Afrocentric artistic child yet again. Combined the ladies with the spirit elephant. Food was spectacular.

Esta Baker

Esta Baker left a positive review 6/21/2018

Painting a Caribbean sunset was fun and informative about creating different illusions with different blending techniques. A few more classes and I might have something recognizable. Snacks were delicious.

Linda jack

Linda jack left a positive review 6/22/2018

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