We are still a few weeks away from 2018. But, you can start that New Year’s resolution early, without paying for a pricey gym membership. Did you know Pratt Library branches across the city offer FREE workout, health and wellness classes?
From Nutrition Classes at the Reisterstown Branch, to Line Dancing at Waverly, to Zumba at the Hamilton branch, the Pratt has something for everyone. And those are just the classes offered TODAY alone! We even have classes helping little ones get fit, including Zumbini, a music and movement class for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Stay and Play helps 2-5 year olds get the wiggles out using obstacles and learning toys.
All branches open 6 days week. Central Library open 7 days.
Thanks to commitments from both the state and the city, the Pratt Library is expanding hours. Starting today, all 21 branches will be open 6 days a week. The Central Library will be open 7 days a week year-round. We’re so excited to offer more programming and access to our customers across the city of Baltimore. We’ll be expanding hours even more in 2018… so stay tuned!
The Vietnam War, a series documentary by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick tells the epic story of the Vietnam War as it has never been told on film. All November, the Pratt Library is holding programs and screenings to to spark conversations about the moving documentary. Check out the trailer for the documentary below, and join us for a month of reflection on the war that changed our country.
Vietnam War: Issues That Got Lost
Tonight, 6:30pm, MD State Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped
Arnold R. “Skip” Isaacs, author and journalist who reported from Vietnam for the Baltimore Sun in the 1970’s.