In honor of Pride Month, there’s a new Free to Bmore Podcast spotlighting 50 years of Pride. It’s been half a century since the Stonewall Uprising kicked off Pride marches across the world. In the episode, LGBTQ + community members discuss how far the movement for equal rights has come, and how much further there is to go. Give it a listen here.
The Pratt staff had a great time over the weekend at Baltimore Pride 2019! You might have saw us walking in the Pride Parade on Saturday, June 15. In case you didn’t, here are a few pictures.
Check out what’s on our reading list this LGBTQ + Pride Month.
The Enoch Pratt Free Library is proud to be celebrating one year being fine-free. We’re celebrating with Customer Appreciation Day on Monday, June 3!
Stop by your neighborhood Pratt Library branch anytime throughout the day to join in on the fun. Enjoy snacks in the morning and the evening, and giveaways while supplies last. Have you misplaced your Pratt Library card? Not too worry, replacement fees for lost cards will be waived during the entire day. All you would need to do is visit the circulation desk for details and get your replacement card.
The cards allows you to access to so much that the Pratt has to offer with books, music (Did you know we have vinyl records? 😍) and more in our catalog. There’s plenty of eBooks and eAudiobooks available to download in Overdrive,RBdigital, and Hoopla.
Thanks again for being you, an awesome part of the Enoch Pratt Free Library.
Hooray! We’re so excited about Imagination Celebration returning to Enoch Pratt Free Library this April. Join us throughout the month for kid-friendly arts and crafts, events, and more.
Our inspiration this year is the book The Day You Begin by Jacqueline Woodson. With bright, beautiful illustrations and lyrical text it’s sure to be a great selection for story time. The book is about how our unique stories helps us to find understanding and common ground.
The Enoch Pratt Free Library and Baltimore County Public Library are pleased to offer Entrepreneur Academy. The innovative initiative is designed to serve the Baltimore region by providing access to training for small business entrepreneurs and solopreneurs.