The Severn Library will be closed Saturday, February 1 through Friday, February 21 to complete renovation. Severn will reopen February 22.
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System Forgives More than $754,000 in Old Fines and Fees
Annapolis, Md., (January 6, 2020) -- Officials from the Anne Arundel County Public Library (AACPL) today announced that all children and teen books, movies and music are now fine free. Additionally, the library also waived $754,637 in old fines and fees for customers under 18 and outstanding late charges on children and teen materials for adult accounts. More than 33,000 people received the New Year's surprise saving on average $22.
Social Worker now available at Edgewater Library
Annapolis, Md., (October 28, 2019) Anne Arundel County Public Library (AACPL) officials today announced a new partnership with the Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services. Based on the successful program already in place at the Brooklyn Park Library, a licensed social worker will now also be available to meet with individuals and families at the Edgewater Library.
Total Represents 36% Increase over Last Year
Annapolis, Md., (April 24, 2019) Officials with the Anne Arundel County Public Library Foundation today announced their sixth annual For the Love of the Library event raised $88,173 – a 36% increase over last year's total. The money raised will fund enhancements at all 16 branches.
Fines Incurred January 4 – End of Shutdown Eligible
(January 11, 2019–Annapolis, Md.)–In an effort to lighten the burden felt by many county residents, Anne Arundel County Public Library officials today announced that the library will waive fines incurred between January 4, 2019 through the end of the government shutdown for federal government employees, contractors and their families.
Annapolis, Md., (December 14, 2018) The holidays came a little early this year for some 45,000 Anne Arundel County Public Library customers with an announcement that all overdue fines incurred between September 24-December 14 have been waived.