Ailen Arreaza finds the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library to be the community’s best connector space.
Scaleybark Library is moving to a new home location in fall 2019. More details to come.
Oenophiles and bibliophiles united on April 13, 2019 at University City WineFest. Proceeds from the event proceeds benefited the Sugar Creek and University City Libraries.
Having a library card is one of the smartest decisions you'll ever make. As a Charlotte Mecklenburg resident, your library card is available to you. Read the Top Ten reasons why you should Get Carded.
North County Regional Library will close for renovations on July 14, 2018 at 5pm. For more information, read here.
StoryWalks Launches its Third Location In Greir Heights Park in March 2018
The Library selected Jeneva Claiborne as its intern for summer 2017. Jeneva is entering her first year at CPCC with the intention of eventually earning her Master’s in Library and Information Science. Holly Summers-Gil, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library’s Teen Services Coordinator, served as a mentor to Jeneva.
Superintendent Ann Clark thanked the Library for being part of an incredible collaboration.
Angela Craig is the recipient of the "Together We Can Award" from the National Safe Place organization and the Relatives, our community partner.