The Institute for Visionary Explorers at Enoch Pratt
Exciting things are coming soon!
We are currently working on our Visionary Explorers program & schedule for 2013. Please check back to this page for updates. In the meantime, you can visit our Programs & Events Calendar to see a complete list of workshops & visionary events coming up at AVAM.
After School at the Library
All workshops are designed for Grades 2-6 and offered for FREE at the ENOCH PRATT FREE LIBRARY, Pennsylvania Ave. Branch: 1531 W. North Ave. Baltimore
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New 2013 Schedule will be announced soon!
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ABOUT THE ENOCH PRATT FREE LIBRARY
The Enoch Pratt Free Library, the nation's first free library system, opened its doors in 1886, the result of the generosity and imagination of businessman and philanthropist Enoch Pratt. Mr. Pratt envisioned a public library where "races, ages, and socio-economic classes mingled and people could educate themselves – without cost," and his passionate belief continues to guide the organization. Today's Pratt Library – Baltimore's public library and the Maryland State Library Resource Center – consists of the Central Library, an anchor library, 20 branches, two bookmobiles, a jail library, Pratt Centers for Technology Training, and the Regional Information Center. The Library's mission is to provide equal access to information and services that support, empower, and enrich all who pursue knowledge, education, cultural enrichment, and lifelong learning.
For more info on the Enoch Pratt Free Library, Pennsylvania Ave. Branch, including directions & library hours, visit: www.prattlibrary.org/locations/pennave/. If you have questions about this After School program, or any of our other Educational offerings, please contact Amy Armiger (410.244.1900 x232, or email@example.com).
AVAM's Institute for Visionary Explorers is made possible be the generous support of the Delaplaine Foundation