Mon-Thur 9am - 9pm
Friday 12pm - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday Closed

Events at Calvert Library

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Summer Camp Fair 2018 (PF) - March 5

Drop by to gather materials and explore summer options for your child. Over 30 local camp providers will be on hand representing a range of sports, academic, music, nature/environment, vacation bible school, and scouts camps.


Abraham Lincoln as Commander in Chief (PF) - March 6

Dr. Bradley Gottfried, author of 11 authoritative Civil War Map books, will discuss the impact of Lincoln's strong hand in military decisions on the outcome of the war.


Cinema Cafe: Alice's Ordinary People (PF) - March 7

This documentary explores the life and work of Alice Tregay, an influential civil rights organizer who was instrumental in tearing down segregation barriers in 1960s Chicago. Interviews with Tregay and her contemporaries provide valuable lessons about strategizing at local and national levels that are still useful for those who hope to affect social change in today's society. Brian Real to present. Co-sponsored by Calvert Library, Concerned Black Women, League of Women Voters. 


Pub Quiz (PF) - March 9

For one night only, the library won't help you find the answers. But that won't stop us from asking plenty of tough questions. 
Pre-register for $60 per team of up to 6 adults. Cash prize to the top 3 teams! Limited space, register early at any Calvert Library location! Must pay to be considered registered. 

$5 per spectator by separate registration. Only 20 spaces for spectators!

Friends of Calvert Library fundraiser. Wine and beer are $5, snacks are free.


Business Plans for Small Business and Not-for-Profits Workshop (PF) - March 13

Kathy MacAdams, SBDC Business Consultant will walk you through the business plan. Learn why you should write a business plan, how to write one and other resources for your organization.


Treble at the Library: Max Impact Air Force Band (PF) - March 14

The US Air Force Premier Rock Band "Max Impact" will rock the library with popular, rock, Americana, country and more! Don't miss this free concert!



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Learn Mahjongg, Bridge and More
Come observe experienced Mahjongg and Bridge players and then try your hand with their mentoring.



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Garden Smarter
Calvert County Master Gardeners share their expertise on various gardening and landscaping topics throughout the year.  Something for all levels of gardeners.

Memoirs & Creative Writing
Turn the stories of your life into interesting reading for everyone

Writers by the Bay
All writers and would-be writers are welcome to come for professional critique & camaraderie.

Résumé and Cover Letter Workshops
Need help with your résumé? Join job counselor Sandra Holler in a small group to learn what makes a strong resume and cover letter. If you have one started, bring it with you so editing can happen on the spot.

Technology Workshops & Events

Calvert Library offers one hour one-on-one computer classes. Please call the library to schedule. Topics include:

  • Mouse (Mousercise) and Keyboarding (Online tutorial)
  • Create a Resume and Search for a Job Online
  • Using Microsoft Word 2010
  • Setting up and using Facebook
  • Setting up an Email Account
  • Web Basics Class


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Cinema Café

Join us for fun movie nights on the BIG screen! Popcorn donated by Flagship Cinemas. Cinema Café schedule

Check Out Your Community

Explore the amenities your community has to offer. With your library card you can check out free "passes" to various pools, parks, museums and more!

Calvert Eats Local
Meets monthly to discuss local food and resource options. Don't miss our local potlucks!

Knitting, Crocheting, Sewing & Portable Crafting Events
Knitting, crocheting, sewing, and portable crafting group open to anyone wanting to join in and share talents, crafting time or learn a new skill.


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Tween & Teen

Teen Events

Tween Events

Don't miss a single awesome Tween or Teen event!