VLP Programs and Events
Read through our list of our programs, or filter by the categories down the left hand side.
2nd Wednesdays at the VLP is a series of free lectures, concerts, and special arts events.
The Village Learning Place offers free Adult Education classes every Monday, from 10am-12pm and 5:30-7pm, and Wednesday from 5:30-7pm in the downstairs computer lab.
Baltimore History Evenings, presented in partnership with the Baltimore City Historical Society, is a monthly series of presentations and discussions on Baltimore which runs every 3rd Thursday from January to June.
The Grace Darin Lecture Series celebrates the life and work of Grace Darin, a great journalist and Charles Villager.
LINK After School provides free, high quality after-school programming for Baltimore students.
LINK Summer is a free six-week academic and enrichment program for K-6th grade students.
Mother Goose on the Loose is an interactive story time for young children from birth to 36 months.
A class for anyone who would like to build the skills required to successfully pass the GED test.
Read Between the Wines is the Village Learning Places extraordinary annual fundraising event. Held each October in our beautifully renovated historic library and garden, this gala event brings together great food, live music, silent and live auctions, and a fantastic atmosphere of community.
Senior Tea is a free monthly lecture series and social tea especially for seniors held on the second Tuesday of each month at 11:00 am.
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.
Tots Tuesdays is an interactive storytime for toddlers and their parents/caregivers.