Severn Library

Hours: 
Monday - Thursday: 10 am - 7 pm 
Friday - Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm 
Sunday through May 23: 1-5 pm
 
Directions: 

At the intersection of Annapolis Road (Rt. 175) and Ridge Road in the Severn Square Shopping Center, behind the 7-11.

Public Transit:

  • RTA Bus: 504
  • Anne Arundel County Bus: 202

Meeting rooms are currently unavailable.

Expanded Wifi Access

Outdoor Wi-Fi Available at This Library

The library now offers outdoor Wi-Fi. Customers may now access the internet even when the library is closed.

Technology

For everyone's safety, masks covering the nose and mouth must be worn on library property by anyone over two years of age regardless of vaccine status.

You may be asked to limit the time of your library visit so more people may enter the building.

Severn Community Library

What's Happening at Severn Library

Upcoming virtual programs hosted by Severn Library staff

Spring into Reading with Seeds from the Master Gardeners
Pick up a gardening kit to help you get ready for Spring! The kit includes a variety of seeds donated by the Master Gardeners, with some peat pods and planting supplies. The kit also includes a selection of picture books or adult books that focus on gardening and nature, with a mix of fiction and non-fiction titles. One registration per family.
Monday April 12 - Sunday April 18
Register here.

Family Game Night: Trivia
Join your Severn neighbors for a fun family game night of trivia on Zoom. This trivia is general knowledge questions, all ages are welcome! One family will win an Amazon gift card at the end of the program for playing. 
Thursday, April 15 at 6:30 pm
Register here.

Los Bañistas/Open Cage (2014) Movie and Chat (en español)
Watch Los Bañistas/Open Cage beforehand on Kanopy and join us afterwards for a chat in Spanish on Zoom. All levels of Spanish speakers are welcome (beginner-fluent) and all are encouraged to speak in Spanish as much as is possible. Practice makes perfect!
Open Cage takes a subtle and ultimately hopeful look into one of society's mayor issues: the abandonment of its youth and senior populations. Among those affected when the economy collapses are rebel teenager Flavia and her elderly and grumpy neighbor Martin. Outside the building there is a camp of protesters among whom human values still govern coexistence. However, its members have a serious problem: they need a shower. Flavia, Martin, and their neighbors down the street will learn to relate to each other, not only to survive the crisis, but to rediscover the meaning of their lives.
Not rated, 83 minutes
Friday, April 23 at 7 pm
Register here.

Earth Day Series
Meet Gillis the Vulture

Meet Gillis, a non-releasable black vulture, and his caretaker Julie Super the retired naturalist. Part of our Earth Day event series, learn about nature's recyclers, scavengers!
Saturday, April 24 at 11:30 am
Register here.

Composting 101
Part of our Earth Day event series, learn about a great way to cut down on food waste and enhance the nutrients of your garden.
Saturday, April 24 at 2:30 pm
Register here.

Make and Take Programs

Stop by and pick up a program in a bag for children and families! Kits may vary, while supplies last. 

Healing Library

The Healing Library: Death of a LovThe Healing Library: Death of a Loved Oneed One collection is available at all Anne Arundel County Public Library branches beginning July 6. The kit is a briefcase-sized bag which includes books, activities, and local resources gathered by professionals to help explain death to young children and navigate the journey of healing. Place a hold on the Healing Library: Death of a Loved One

 

 

Upcoming Virtual Programs

Enjoy your favorite library programs from the comfort and safety of your home! 
Some programs require registration.