The Village Learning Place is an independent non-profit library that houses educational programs, enrichment opportunities, and informational resources for Charles Village and throughout Baltimore City. It is our belief that libraries are not only a repository for books, but also serve as community centers focused on the personal and professional growth of their patrons.
News & Announcements
Saturday, April 25th, 2015 from 7-11pm This year Read Between the Wines is being catered by The Food Market!! Pricing for Read Between the Wines tickets are as follows: – January 12th – February 28th: $50 per ticket – March 1st – April 22nd: $60 per ticket – April 23rd to the date of the […]
Spaghetti Disco is our favorite wacky neighborhood tradition and benefits the VLP. This amazing party brings together delicious food, kids crafts and games, and great neighbors on a sizzling dance floor. Not too many parties combine meatballs with literacy, the Bee-Gees with the ABCs, like this one does! From 5:30 to 8 pm on Saturday, […]
The holidays are right around the corner. So, here is when the VLP will be closed during the holiday season. The VLP will be closed Wednesday, December 24 – Saturday, December 27th. We will reopen from Monday, December 29th through Wednesday, December 31st. However, we will close at 5pm that day, and will not reopen until […]
On Tuesday, December 2, 2014 join Village Learning Place as we kick-off the end-of-year giving season. Now in its third year, #GivingTuesday is a worldwide effort to create one day during the Holiday Season dedicated to helping others. Be a part of the millions of people around the world coming together for one purpose: to […]
Register at the front desk, or for more information, call Tim at (410) 235-2210 ext. 224 Registration is limited!
Jacqueline, like a growing number of adults in our neighborhood, came to the VLP when she didn’t know where to start. The unemployment rate for the Greater Charles Village/Barclay neighborhood has increased by over 11% in the past year, more steeply than the city’s average, while the high school completion rate remains lower than average. […]