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The Village Learning Place provides free access to 20,000 books and online resources for over 7,000 Baltimore City residents. We offer an excellent children's collection, and 75 magazines and newspapers. The library also provides public access to free WiFi and Internet-connected computers.

Community. Connection. Collaboration

The Community Center Collaborative of Central Baltimore started its annual Community Connect Summer Series with a fun-filled afternoon at the Village Learning Place for Family Fun Night! This past July…

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Mission Moments

Graduating From:
Danyiesha Haskins, Reginald F. Lewis High School
Trayon Gibson, Greenstreet Academy
Danyelle Haskins, Carver Vocational Academy

Attending:
Danyiesha is looking forward to Maryland Eastern Shore.
Danyelle and Trayon are planning to attend Bowie State University.

Kim Jolley -Teen Programs Coordinator

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Mission Moments

Our super volunteer Mr. Emil (he moonlights as a materials chemist) brought new microscope slides to our 5th-grade class. The students chose different things to look at under the microscopes and then described or drew what they observed. This exploration was intriguing as the students discovered there is more than meets the eye.

Daniel Wasse - Academic Teacher

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Mission Moments

Our LINK students had a wonderful trip to the ice-skating rink in White Marsh.

“Many of the kids had never been skating on ice but all of them were brave and took to it quickly! We spent over an hour on the ice, and everyone had an awesome time, no matter how many times they fell down! Afterward, we asked the kids what they thought about the trip, they enthusiastically said they had a great time and regaled us with stories about their favorite aspect of being on skates!"

Carson Korman - Lead Academic Teacher

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By the Numbers

 
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Volunteers
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Family Involvement in Youth Programs
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of LINK Summer Students Maintain or Improve Math and Reading