The Pratt Library can help you meet your goals in 2019
Fitness Classes are available across the Pratt system. Check out the full listings here.
Cherry Hill Branch
Jamercise: Wednesdays 4:30pm
Yoga for Beginners: Fridays 10:30am
Herring Run Branch
Stepping at the Pratt: Thursdays 5pm, Saturdays 11am
Keep a Budget
From clipping coupons to keeping a budget, programs are available at Pratt locations to help you stick to it.
Orleans St Branch
Successful Budgeting Tips: Saturday Jan 5, 3:30pm & Thursday, Jan 31, 6pm
Women on the Move, Saturday, Jan 12, 12pm
Financial Literacy Workshop, Saturday, Jan 26, 1pm
The Baltimore Department of Health is teaming up with the Pratt to help you kick the habit. See all programs here.
Monday, Jan 14, 5pm
Light Street Branch
Thursday, Jan 17, 5pm
Pennsylvania Ave Branch
Wednesday, Jan 30, 5pm
Looking for more help with your goals in 2019? Check out the full Pratt programming calendar.
Pratt Library has free online resources to help you manage your money
All you need is your library card to access these databases from home:
- Mergent Online: Mergent Online offers information on 11,000 U.S. public companies and 17,000 non-U.S. public companies. Included are detailed company histories, business descriptions and financial statements.
- Morningstar Investment Research Center: This reliable financial research tool is now available online. Designed as a tool for investors, it is also an excellent place to get brief information on many major companies.
- NetAdvantage (Standards & Poors): Powerful searching and screening tools to facilitate academic research, job searches, case studies, competitive intelligence, strategic planning, due diligence and M&A activities.
- Value Line: Value Line provides investors with the most accurate and independently created research information available, in any format they choose. The program teaches investors how to use it effectively to help meet their financial objectives.