In-building appointments will be available beginning March 1. Contactless curbside pickup will continue.
For everyone's safety, masks must be worn for curbside pickup and inside the libraries at all times.


In the News

Bay Weekly - by

I was a wide-eyed 12-year-old when I saw a book in my local library with my last name on the spine. The book was by Marvin Mudrick, a distant relative. We never met, but he definitely influenced my life as I promised myself that one day, I’d have a book with my name on the spine.  

I don’t even remember the book’s title, but I vividly recall the library, the light coming in the windows, and the murals on the walls. Much has changed since then. 

Capital Gazette - by

Frances Smith has only lived five of her 77 years without knowing William Smith Jr. — the first five.

Capital Gazette - by

Molly Wilkinson traveled almost 5,000 miles from Dallas to Paris for authentic baking lessons. Eleven-year-old Piper DeVane just strapped on an apron and booted up her computer.

Piper and her 9-year-old brother Andy learned how to make Moelleux au Chocolat, aka chocolate lava cake, with about 30 other students in Wilkinson’s Monday Zoom class.