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Berlin Branch - 220 North Main Street - Berlin, Maryland 21811
Berlin LIbrary

Branch Events & Announcements

  • Columbus Day
    Library Closed

  • Digital Drop In
    September all month long, 2016 - Any time! Any Day!

    Location: Berlin Branch
    Don’t be frustrated by your new E-Reader or tablet; CONQUER IT! Call the Berlin Branch at 410-641-0650 to schedule your individual tutorial. We are happy to help!

  • Book a Librarian
    September, 2016 - Anytime! Any Day!

    Location: Berlin Branch
    Need some one-on-one help with your resume, job application, or basic computer skills? Call the Berlin Branch at 410-641-0650 to reserve time with our helpful staff this month.

  • Robot Monday
    Monday, September 26, 2016 - 4:00 PM

    Location: Berlin Branch
    Calling all builders and mechanical enthusiasts! Our robots are available to build, code, and program. The possibilities are endless! Register by calling the Berlin Branch at 410-641-0650. For ages 9-13.

  • Kids and Financial Literacy
    Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 5:30 PM

    Location: Berlin Branch
    Parents: Educating today's youth about financial skills can prepare them for a successful future. Our program will cover “Teaching Financial Literacy”, “Allowance – Yes or No”, and “Damaging Mistakes to Avoid”.

  • Fireside Chat
    Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 3:00 PM

    Location: Berlin Branch
    Want to explore new authors and genres but don’t know where to start? Join us for a lively chat about our favorite good reads and get some great ideas!

  • Digital Drop In
    October 2016 - Any time! Any Day!

    Location: Berlin Branch
    Don’t be frustrated by your new E-Reader or tablet; CONQUER IT! Call the Berlin Branch at 410-641-0650 to schedule your individual tutorial. We are happy to help!

  • See the complete list of Berlin Branch events.

Branch Programs & Resources

  • Emily Powell Warrington Diary
    Click here to access Ms. Warrington's annotated diary. It contains more than 250 handwritten pages in three separate volumes containing newspaper and magazine clippings, letters, and photographs that tell of her early life. Emily was a very popular young woman, and her "journal" gives insight into the life and culture of her home town of Berlin, Maryland from just before the Civil War to 1878.

  • Friends of the Berlin Library Branch
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