Charlotte Mecklenburg Library provides a run down of the movies most popular on hoopla with Library customers this month.
Babies experience brain stimulation through language and socialization. Engage your little one with new sights and sounds through books, songs and rhymes.
The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room is a public tool and historical resource with a reach beyond North Carolina. Here's how one family history researcher, Sue Abbate, used Carolina Room librarians and resources to find her birth parents.
The story of EpicFest, the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Foundation’s free literary festival for children and their families, has an almost magical setting, a place where stories come alive and imagination rules the day. This special place is, of course, ImaginOn.
Every month, we share new and trusted information on how to lead a healthier lifestyle. This month, we're getting back to the "root" of the matter—vegetable gardening!
If you haven’t been to the Library with your family lately (and even if you have!), we hope you will visit us on February 3 to celebrate Take Your Child to the Library Day.
Cough, cough, sniffle, sniffle...unfortunately, the sounds of winter are among us. We’ve provided some trusted resources for flu and cold prevention as well as ways to stay entertained if you’re under the weather.
It is because of our many dedicated volunteers that Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is able to expand our capacity to serve and do more for the community.
Keep your stress levels low with some relaxing events coming up this holiday season at the Library!
October is the perfect month to dust off your sneakers and hit the pavement or trails.