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Sign up for text alerts

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Would you like to know as soon as possible when you have a book waiting for you at the library? Or when your checked-out items are about to be due? You can receive these messages by text!   To sign up, simply go to My Account, log in and select “Text Message Signup.” Then choose which types of...

Gear Up for National Bike Month!

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The Charlotte area has miles of trails suitable for biking.  The Charlotte Greenway, located throughout Mecklenburg County, offers paved and unpaved trails, depending on your type of bike. The Carolina Thread Trail map lets you click paved or mountain biking trails.  For those with bolder...

Fill up your new device for free at the Library

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Did you receive a new device this holiday season? You've probably been busy adding apps and e-books and music to it from the moment you unboxed it. Well we have great news for you! Charlotte Mecklenburg Library offers many resources to fill up your new device - for free! If you have a Charlotte...

Tune up your auto repair know-how with ChiltonLibrary

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Have car questions? The Library has answers. Whether you are a car enthusiast, studying for your Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) test, or just curious about that strange sound coming from somewhere in the darkness under the hood of your vehicle, the Library provides access to authoritative (and...

You signed up, you read...we ALL succeeded!

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Thanks to you, Summer Reading 2015 met its goals and 15,600 active readers were a large part of the program's success. By Summer Reading's end on August 15, some 8,632 participants completed the program and read or participated in Summer Reading activities for an average of 25 minutes per day....

Back for a brush-up - Job Help Center Digital Literacy Reunion 2017

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The Job Help Center hosted a reunion for the Digital Literacy group from 2016. In this class participants learned about internet security, online shopping, and how to use Paypal. - Instructors far right: Pam Turner and Harold Escalante

Take me out to the ballgame

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Even if you can’t make it to this year’s All Star Game, the library can give you plenty of opportunities to experience all the entertainment of America’s favorite pastime. Follow the evolution of the baseball park from its humble beginnings as a dirt lot to its modern incarnation as an...

Award-winning Audiobooks

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Summer is a season of traveling and spending more time in the great outdoors. When it's not convenient to look at the pages of a book, you can still enjoy a great story—with an audiobook!   Dana Eure, the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's Associate Director of Lifelong Learning, made a guest...

Hit a home run with your Library!

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The Charlotte Knights, our hometown minor league baseball team, play just a few short blocks away from Main Library and Imaginon.  If you’re waiting for a game to start, why not stroll down to visit us?    Drop in to Main Library, only a short walk from BB&T Ballpark, to visit the Robinson-...

Get set for kindergarten

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You are either reading this article thinking, how dare they bring up going back to school - we are having too much fun this summer to think about school! Or, you are now day dreaming about the not-so-distant future when your children will finally be back in the care of their amazing teachers....

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