Cecil County Veterans Memorial Library

Cecil County Veterans Memorial Library

What's available:

  • Check out books with your free library card. All Cecil County residents are eligible, just bring verification of your local home address when you come in.
  • Use the computers. Plug in. Recharge.
  • Study here. Chill out. Meet friends.
  • Browse newspapers, magazines, and the popular reading collection.
  • View the local weekly job listing and employment resources.

What's Happening Now!

For a listing of new books, DVDs, and special events, click here.

Resources

Student Teachers
Visit The Rudolph Education Resource Center, (RERC) contains a collection of materials, manipulatives, curriculum idea books, and DVDs for classroom use by students during their practice teaching.

Personal Finance Know-How Now!
Resources available to learn the basics of personal money management. Learn about Cecil County's Individual Development Accounts (IDA). Can you save $250 in six months? Would you like to match your savings three-to-one? Stop by the library to learn more about the program.

Children's Literature Library
A collection of children's books for use by students in children's literature class and in their practice teaching experiences.

Special Collections


Maryland Collection; Map of Maryland  

Maryland Collection
The library maintains a collection of materials dealing with the history of Cecil County and the state of Maryland. The collection includes magazines, books, maps and photographs. These materials may not be checked out but can be used in the library.

 

Genealogy Collection; People  

Genealogy Collection
The library maintains a small collection of books to help the beginning genealogy researcher. These books may not be checked out but can be used in the library.​

 

Bridges of Cecil County  

Bridges of Cecil County
The photographs in this collection were taken from original prints belonging to the State Highway Administration. Permission to use the digitized prints in an online collection for the public was generously granted by Neil J. Pederson, Administrator of the SHA. More→