2nd Wednesdays is a series of free lectures, concerts, and special arts events for all adults in the community. This series spotlights local talent and provides a first-rate cultural experience. Its other aim, no less important, is to afford community adults an opportunity to spend time sharing culture and conversation with neighbors. It’s held on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm.
We are back in person! Please come back and join us at the VLP library for our next 2nd Wednesdays!
Upcoming 2nd Wednesdays programming:
Wednesday, May 10, – Historic Baltimore: Past, Present, and Future
Baltimore has bragging rights to great historic architecture and wonderful historic neighborhoods. The places that shaped our city in the past, however, are not just nostalgic keepsakes. From former mill complexes along the Jones Falls River to rowhouses in center-city neighborhoods, Baltimore’s historic places are at the core of the city’s ongoing revitalization. Come poke into the nooks and crannies of historic Baltimore with Mr. Johns W. Hopkins, executive director of Baltimore Heritage, Inc.
2nd Wednesdays feature dynamic presenters who showcase their knowledge about a specific piece of culture: history, politics, music, culinary arts, and more. Each program kicks off with a neighborhood social from 7:00–7:30 pm with presentations beginning immediately after. Free parking is available in the parking lot behind 2510 St. Paul Street.
January 10 – Passager Press presents “Creative Writing and Creative Aging” Passager is a small, independent Baltimore-based press whose mission is to publish the literary works of older writers, encourage the imagination throughout life, and create beautiful and welcoming publications.
This program is made possible in part by a grant from the 32nd Street Farmers Market, 400 E. 32nd Street, open Saturdays year-round, from 7 am to 12 noon.