All library locations will be closed through May 3 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. More information.

Odenton Library

(410) 222-6277
Hours: 

Monday through Thursday: 9 am to 9 pm
Friday and Saturday: 9 am to 5 pm.

Open Sundays from 1 to 5pm, September through May.

Directions: 

Just off 175 at Winmeyer Avenue, close to the intersection of 170 and 175.

Public Transportation:
RTA Bus: 504
Anne Arundel County Bus: 202

Meeting room information

eReader One-on-one Training

Learn about the library's free downloadable collections and how to access them on various devices. Call or visit the branch for more information and to schedule an appointment. For Adults

GED and Adult Basic Skills

Do you need to improve your basic reading, math or language skills or get a GED? The Adult Basic Skills program provided by Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) at Odenton Regional Library offers courses in adult basic education to help you get started. For more information and to register call 410-777-1823.

English Basic Education

Clases de Inglés, gratis, administradas por el Anne Arundel Community College (AACC). Se presentan en algunas de nuestras bibliotecas. Integran comprensión oral, verbal, y de leer, para estudiantes con experiencia mínima en el Inglés. Llame a la oficina de ESL en AACC, 410.777.2901 para obtener información y para el registro.

Free English classes offered by Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) and taught at the Library integrate listening, speaking, writing and reading skills for students with minimum English training. Call AACC at 410.777.2901 for more information.

Odenton Regional Library building
 

Upcoming Events

Find a wide variety of programs and events happening at Odenton Library. Find an event now.

A Place for All People: Introducing the National Museum of African American History and Culture

 

A Place for All People

Visit our Creation Station to view the poster exhibit A Place for All People: Introducing the National Museum of African American History and Culture. The exhibition celebrates the Smithsonian's newest museum with posters highlighting key artifacts that tell the rich and diverse story of the African American experience. A Place for All People is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) in collaboration with the Museum. The exhibit will run through the end of February.

The Memory Lab

The lab provides equipment for digitizing home movies, phonograph records, and scanning photographs, negatives, and slides.

How It Works

  • Schedule a one-on-one appointment with a librarian. We’ll train you on the equipment of your choice. You’ll sign a release form, receive a certificate, and be authorized to use that equipment on your own.  
  • Schedule your work session. You may book a piece of equipment for 2 hours at a time.  Arrive for your work session and check-in at the adult information desk. We'll set up the equipment for you and you'll work on your project independently. 

More details about Odenton Library's Memory Lab

Dewey's Number of the Week

 

Melvil Dewey, creator of the Dewey Decimal System, will select one call-number to post on his bulletin board in the children's area each week. Find books with that number on the spine, discover what the books are about, and tell the librarian for a small prize!

Technology

This library offers computers free for public use. Customers can sign up for one hour of computer time with their library card number. It may be possible to extend time if others are not waiting.  

All public library computers offer Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher, and PowerPoint. 

Software and documents can be temporarily saved on computers and will be erased when the customer logs off. 

Copying and printing are available for $.20 per page for black and white, and $1.00 per page for color. Wireless printing from your mobile device is also available; learn more here.

A microfiche reader without a printer is available at this location.

Faxing is available for $1.00 connection fee and $1.00 for each page. Scanning is available at no cost.

Free wifi is available at all library locations.

This location offers 3D printing. Learn more about this service here.

A ClearView Optelec text enlarger/reader is also available at this location.

One-on-One Computer Help for Adults

Work individually with a librarian and learn to access your library account, search the catalog and the Internet, navigate electronic databases and set up a free email account. Other topics available for individual training are computer basics, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and Word. Computer classes are also offered. Call 410-222-6277 for available dates and times.