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.
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Beer Brewing in B’more with Bob Welch Get in touch with your inner Zymurgist! You and three friends will learn to brew craft beers in two easy steps –with sampling along the way. What would you like to brew? A Porter? A Stout? Or maybe a Belgian Style Ale? You can do that in two […]
On Saturday, April 12th from 7-11pm, we will kick off National Library Week at the Village Learning Place’s annual fundraiser, Read Between the Wines. There will be a live and silent auction, dinner, and a soothing live jazz band our lovely garden. This year we will be highlighting some classic books and novels like: To […]
As of tomorrow, Tuesday, December 24th, the Village Learning Place will be closed until January 2nd, 2014 at normal hours. We have of exciting things happening in 2014, so stay tuned, get excited, and enjoy your holidays.
Hello All, Being that this week is short due to Thanksgiving, we have a bit of information to share with regards to our library and programs schedules. 1. LINK After School will not be in session Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. 2. Adult Education class is cancelled for Wednesday evening. 3. The library will be opened […]
Tomorrow from 2-8pm, grab food from Chipotle on 32nd and St. Paul Street and 50% of the proceeds go the Village Learning Place. All you have to do is bring an electronic or hard copy of the fundraiser flyer to Chipotle and order a yummy late lunch or dinner! It’s just that simple!
Does this statement ring true for you? Are you struggling with figuring out your finances? Then, you need to join the free MECU Financial Workshop Series at the Village Learning Place . Too often in our society, young people in their 20s and 30s are still unaware of ways to cope with the biggest matter of […]