- Outdoor Seating
- Voting Location
- Private Study Areas
- Retail Nearby
- Public Transit Access
- Park/School Nearby
- Meeting Rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Computer Access
- Printing & Copying
- Research Help
The Beatties Ford Library opened on April 20, 1997, replacing the historical North Branch that served this neighborhood since 1957. This 19,645 sq. ft. branch is located in the heart of Charlotte’s Northwest business and residential corridor and serves a population with diverse needs.
In 2009, a renovation of the Beatties Ford Library began, with the goal of updating and expanding the facility to meet increased community demand. During the initial phase of renovation, the branch remained open with limited hours and services. However, on June 19, 2010, in light of significant cuts to Library funding, the Beatties Ford Library was closed to expedite the expansion and renovation effort. As part of the plan to cope with the funding cuts, Library trustees voted to approve a plan to make Beatties Ford Library the new regional library for the area, replacing nearby Freedom Regional Library.
On June 13, 2011, the expanded Beatties Ford Library reopened to the public to serve the community as a regional library for the area.
Upcoming Events at Beatties Ford Road Regional
Join us for this inclusive program filled with stories, songs, and activities specifically designed for individuals with sensory integration challenges and developmental and adaptability difficulties.
Join us for a movie screening of Deep. Light refreshments will be provided - or better yet, why not bring your lunch and enjoy your food with the film? While you're here, check out a book relating to the movie.
Join us for our Preteen Book Club where we will be discussing our chosen book for the month. New members welcome! Light refreshments will be served.
Engage your preschoolers with books, activities, stories and songs that encourage language and pre-reading skill development in order to help them grow into successful readers.
Children and parents will participate in stories, songs and movement activities that build both gross and fine motor skills, which children need to develop in order to read and write. Stories included in this high-energy storytime will focus on movement.
Through the Seed-to-Feed project, students will learn how to grow and prepare fresh food and make healthy food choices. This program is in partnership with the HealthPlex at Johnson C. Smith University