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Telephone Reference - (240) 455-5451

Our hours of operation are Tuesday 1-8, Wednesday-Friday 1-6 pm, and Saturday 1-5 pm.

Your questions and concerns are important to us, and can also be submitted using the “Ask a Librarian” email reference service on our website at www.pgcmls.info/contact-us. You will receive a response to your emailed question within two business days.

Hispanic Heritage

We proudly celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15 by facilitating resources, programs, and services that support an intercultural dialogue within our diverse communities in Prince George’s County.

Curbside Service

While the library buildings remain closed, we are committed to providing safe access to physical library materials through a curbside pickup service. Many of our branches will begin curbside service on Tuesday, July 21.

Anti-Racism

The Prince George's County Memorial Library System is committed to working against systemic racism, violence, and hatred directed at Black Americans. We believe that Black Lives Matter. Period. #BLM #BlackLivesMatter #ULCChat pgcmls.info/anti-racism #PrinceGeorgesProud

Heritage hub

The Prince George's County Heritage Project is an initiative of PGCMLS that aims to showcase selected major cultures that contribute to the cultural fabric of life in the United States.

Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

The Library has compiled relevant, trustworthy information about the virus.

Election Information

Information on the upcoming 2020 presidential election provided be reputable sources.

Maryland 2020 Census

Every PGCMLS Branch will have a dedicated public computer station for completing the 2020 Census beginning April 1, 2020 (Census Day).

PGCMLS Support Suite

Our Suites highlight some of our best and most useful educational tools and entertainment platforms. Please check out our full collection of Online Resources for more information.

Virtual Events

The Elephant We Don't See: A Diversity Dialogue - White Fragility

Tuesday, September 29: 7:00 PM Age Group: Adults

Virtual Event

Lisa See in Conversation with Roberta Phillips

Sunday, October 4: 7:00 PM Age Group: Adults

Virtual Event

Eddie S. Glaude Jr. on "Begin Again: James Baldwin's America and its Urgent Lessons for our Own"

Wednesday, October 7: 7:00 PM Age Group: Adults

Virtual Event

Carter Sickels on "The Prettiest Star"

Thursday, October 8: 7:00 PM Age Group: Adults

Virtual Event

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