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Displaying Events for the Next Two Weeks.

Book Arts for Teens & Adults

Fold and Cut Book. Explore the fascinating process of creating a personal journal.

3:00 PM    Mon, Mar 27th

St. Michaels Branch

Tuesday Movies@noon

Florence Foster Jenkins

12:00 PM    Tue, Mar 28th

St. Michaels Branch

STEM Story Time: Boats at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Pre-registration is required for free admittance to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum for this program. Please call the TCFL St Michaels Library 410-745-5877 to pre-register. For ages 7 and under accompanied by an adult.

10:30 AM    Wed, Mar 29th

St. Michaels Branch

Delayed Opening

Easton Library will open at 1:00 p.m. The St. Michaels Branch will open at 2:00 p.m.

   Wed, Mar 29th

Main Library

Judy Center 0-3 Playgroups

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM    Fri, Mar 31st

Main Library

Brown Bag Lunch

David P. Hunt, a 32-year veteran of the CIA's Clandestine Service presents, Intelligence in Flux: From the Cold War to the Present. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Bring a lunch and enjoy coffee and desert provided by the library. All library programs are free and open to the public. For more information you can call (410) 745-5877 or visit the library website at

12:00 PM    Mon, Apr 3rd

St. Michaels Branch

Family Crafts

Earth Day Crafts

3:00 PM    Mon, Apr 3rd

St. Michaels Branch

Arts & Crafts Group

Free instructions for knitting, beading, needlework, and tatting. Bring your coloring book, Zentangle pens, or anything that fuels your creativity. You may also bring a lunch.

10:00 AM to 1:00 PM    Thu, Apr 6th

St. Michaels Branch

Family Unplugged Games

Bring the whole family to the library for an afternoon of board games and fun educational children’s games. For all ages (children 5 and under need to be accompanied by an adult).

3:30 PM    Thu, Apr 6th

St. Michaels Branch

History Unfolded: Our Local Newspapers and the Holocaust

David , Education Outreach Specialist in the Levine Institute for Holocaust Education at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, discusses how local newspapers covered the Nazi threat in the 1930s and 1940s, how Americans reacted, and what that means for us today. During this presentation, the Museum's education outreach specialist will discuss the role this project is playing in a multi-year Museum initiative to engage the public in critical thinking about Americans and the Holocaust. Information will be provided on how you can participate using historical newspapers in the local library system and online. More information is available by calling(410) 745-5877 or on the website,

12:00 PM    Sat, Apr 8th

St. Michaels Branch