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
Do you want to join the vibrant, community committed staff at the VLP? Of course, you do! We have multiple positions open and we want you!! We are accepting applications for the following positions: Director of Development After School Academic Teacher – 4th Grade Library Associate LINK After School Assistant Teacher STEM After School Facilitator […]
Get your tickets HERE today!!! 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 spaghetti with literacy, the Bee-Gees with the ABCs, like this one does! From 5:30 […]
During this holiday season we will be closed the following days: Tuesday, 12/27 – 10am-4pm Wednesday, 12/28 – Noon-6pm Thursday, 12/29 – 10am-4pm Friday, 12/30 – 10am-4pm Enjoy the holiday!!! We’ll see you all in 2017!
The VLP will host the annual 2nd Wednesdays Holiday Artisan Market- a seasonal craft fair showcasing local artisans. This event draws hundreds of shoppers every year and is a great opportunity to pick up unique and locally-made gifts. Please stop by to purchase that perfect gift for a special someone, or find a nice little […]
You helped us turn a waitlist into a classroom! On Monday, October 3, the waitlisted 1st & 2nd graders began attending our LINK After School program. Mr. Cody (our newest AmeriCorps program assistant) is leading the new class. With your support, this year, LINK After School will serve a total of 120 students!
This year we have 18 1st and 2nd grade students on waitlist for the LINK After School program – this equals an entire classroom of kids. We don’t want to turn these children away, but to hire a part-time teacher we need to raise $15,000 for the school year, with an initial deadline of $5,000 by September 30. […]