Harford Community College Library 401 Thomas Run Rd, Bel Air, MD21015 This large, state-of-the-art library facility is located at the heart of the Harford Community College campus.In…More addition to housing the college's extensive book collection, the HCC library is equipped with a computer lab, private study rooms, a quiet study floor and helpful librarians. Students' educational experiences are enhanced by the library's subscription to numerous academic publications. However, this incredible resource is not limited to the student population; any Harford County resident is eligible to register for an HCC library card and can take advantage of all that this facility has to offer.
Historical Society of Harford County 143 N Main St, Bel Air, MD21014 Founded in 1885, the Historical Society of Harford County is a non-profit organization that aims to promote and preserve…More the unique history of the county. The public can access historical information about Harford County through the society's facilities, library, archives, artifacts, educational programs, and research efforts. The volunteer-run organization abides by the motto, "Preserving our Past for Your Future."
The Abingdon Branch of the Harford County Library serves an average of 26,000 customers each month and in 2010 more…More than 1 million items were on circulation, according to the library's website.
A drive-thru window, self checkout machines, wireless internet and a DVD dispensing machine can be found at this location as well as individual study rooms, a large public meeting room and a computer lab.
Harford County Public Library 100 E Pennsylvania Ave, Bel Air, MD21014 The Bel Air branch of the Harford County Public Library is located on the corner Hickory and Pennsylvania Avenues,…More adjacent to town hall. This two-story building has a large children's section as well as a wide selection of DVDs and other electronic media. Beth LaPenotiere is the branch manager at this location, which also has a convenient drive-up window.