Charlotte Mecklenburg Library invites you to celebrate African American History Month with free programs, including living history events, a local author visit, film screenings, and fun and educational activities for children and teens. The library now provides wireless and mobile printing for laptops, tablets, and smartphones. This service is available from any internet connected device inside or outside of the library. Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Foundation board member Jennifer Green  has chosen to dance for the Foundation because the library provides free and open access to information that can change lives and build a brighter future for all. The foundation exists to help the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library build a stronger community. Vote for Jennifer and support the Foundation.

Main Library's Second Town Hall

On Feb 12, 2018, about 75 members of the public - plus Library employees and board members - participated in the second of a series of Town Hall-style meetings about the future of Main Library.

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