Sam Shapiro, movie afficionado and Charlotte Mecklenburg Library librarian, is wrapping up his final film series at the start of 2020 as he prepares to retire.
Learn more about our monthly event series, Library Codelab. This blog will help you understand the series, whether you should join and the importance of learning to code. This program is for adults only and offers a relaxed, collaborative environment.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, ASC Culture Blocks and Photosynthesis Inc have teamed up to present a series of free photography classes at the West Boulevard Branch Library This series is focused on the experiences of Montagnard first generation immigrants. .
University City seniors get digital with a mobile course .
Have you ever considered a career in technology? Occupations like web development, programming, usability testing, information technology and computer science are just a few options for those interested in tech careers.
International Games Week is coming up, October 29 through November 4. The American Library Association organizes this initiative every year “to reconnect communities through their libraries around the educational, recreational, and social value of all types of games.” Join us for events throughout our community, including “Life-Sized Games” at Mountain Island, an Escape Room at Scaleybark, and Dungeon & Dragon events at Beatties Ford Road and University City.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is excited to introduce a new concept in learning to its customers: Learning Circles. Learning Circles are organized groups of people taking a free online class together, in person, at the library.
April is National Poetry Month. Take some time to celebrate with the library!