Birding kits offered at Maryland City Library in partnership with Patuxent Research Refuge.
Library of Things
The C-PEN ReaderPen is a portable scanning pen that reads printed text out loud using an embedded camera, a real-time optical character recognition (OCR) and natural voice text to speech (TTS). C-PEN ReaderPen is designed with the objective to promote active and independent reading and learning."--ReaderPen Quick Start Guide, page 2.
CAC Readers are available for our military service customers for in-library use at Maryland City at Russett, Odenton and Severn Libraries.
Borrow a Chromebook and wifi hotspot to access the internet.
Fishing poles are available for loan from the Deale, Eastport-Annapolis Neck, Edgewater, and the Mountain Road libraries.
Free general admission passes for a group of four to the Hammond-Harwood House Museum in Annapolis, Maryland can be checked out for one week.
*Hammond Harwood House is open to the public April through December.
Kit includes books and activities to help young children begin the process of healing when someone they love has died. Suitable for ages 2-10 years old.
This pass provides admission for up to four (4) individuals to the Museum of Historic Annapolis and the William Paca House and Garden. Passes can be checked out for one week.
Historic London Town and Gardens Museum family passes available for loan. Each public library in Anne Arundel County has a free family (four-person) pass to Historic London Town and Gardens, located in Edgewater.
Borrow a wifi hotspot to access the internet.
Playaway launchpads are durable tablets with built-in programs for young children. No internet connection is needed!
The Memory Lab provides equipment for digitizing home movies and phonograph records, as well as scanning photographs, negatives, and slides.
Ukulele kits include one soprano ukulele in a padded bag, battery powered tuner, and a quick reference card with resources for beginning players.