The Linthicum Library will be closed from Monday, October 26 through Wednesday, November 4 for HVAC replacement.

Curbside Plus Services now include in-person appointments for computer use and other library services. Please call a library location to schedule.

Masks must be worn for curbside pickup or during appointments.


Sixth Annual Maryland STEM Festival 2020 - October 2, 2020 through November 1, 2020.

The Maryland STEM Festival is a month-long celebration of science, technology, engineering and mathematics that takes place every Fall. This year we will hold virtual events focused on fun, interactive science learning opportunities.

The Festival highlights the educational, cultural and financial impact of science in this state. Through hands-on activities, talks, lab tours, nature experiences, expos, exhibits and performances, the Festival engages a wide range of public audiences while inspiring future generations.


NASA Robotic Servicing

Friday, October 16th
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

NASA engineers and scientists present on NASA's Robotic Servicing: NExIS NASA's Exploration and In-Space Servicing.

Robots are poised to make what was once thought to be impossible in space a reality. From extending the lifespan of satellites to assembling massive life-seeking telescopes in space, to refueling and repairing spacecraft on journeys to distant locations, the possibilities are endless.

For more information and Zoom registration, please visit


Field of pumpkins

Pumpkin Palooza STEM Virtual Storytime

Tuesday, October 20th
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Celebrate fall by learning about the life cycle and properties of a pumpkin with the help of pumpkin-themed stories, songs, and preschool-friendly science demonstrations.

Please register to receive the Zoom link to this virtual program. For the best viewing experience, download the Zoom app on your mobile device or computer. Hosted by the Deale Library.


SERC Science to Go:
All About DNA

Saturday, October 24th at 1 pm

Meet Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) molecular ecologist Dr. Katrina Lohan, take a virtual tour of her lab to get a closer look at how she studies DNA...and conduct a real DNA extraction at home! You can pick up a SERC Science To Go Kit from your local library starting Saturday, October 10th, or follow along at home using simple household materials. Registration opens Saturday, October 10th.