Here at Anne Arundel County Public Library, we strive to make teens feel welcome at the library and provide them with a safe, inclusive space where they can learn, create, connect, and, most importantly, have fun!
September 18 – 24 is Banned Books Week, an annual celebration of our freedom to read in the United States, as well as an opportunity to bring awareness to books that have historically or recently been challenged in our country.
And just like that, the end of August is upon us. It’s nearly time for students and teachers to head back to school for a new year. We know that jumping back into school mode can be a bit overwhelming, and AACPL wants to help make the transition as seamless as possible.
There is a new museum pass available for library cardholders! The recently added Historic Annapolis group pass allows admission to both the Museum of Historic Annapolis and the William Paca House and Garden located in downtown Annapolis.
The Community Pantry at Discoveries has been open for a full year! We've served 1,890 families (definitely some repeats!) from 50 different Maryland zip codes.
School may have ended for the summer but learning never should. Keep the students in your life engaged and avoid the summer slide with help from the library.
Happy July, everyone! Summer is officially in full swing and AACPL has all of the books, guides and resources you need for a summer of fun, adventure and relaxation. No matter what your summer interests are, we’ve got you covered. Planning some backyard barbecues?
We are officially nearly three weeks into our 2022 Summer @ Your Library program here at AACPL! But if you haven’t signed up yet for this terrific program, there is still plenty of time to do so.
We like to think our library staff’s love of children’s books is evident to our customers.
You may have heard of Mental Health Awareness Month, but did you know that numerous related organizations have been observing MHAM in May each year since 1949?
Authored by Sarah Doerrer, Virtual Services Specialist at AACPL