Arts & Science Council announces Tiff Massey as Artist chosen for the public art at the new Main Library.
Looking to share a poem? Want to hear something new? Bring something you've been working on or just lend an ear for this lunchtime poetry meetup. Each meeting will have a new, interesting topic of discussion that could bring out the poet in anybody!
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.
Join Charlotte Mecklenburg Library as we celebrate Indie Author Day, when libraries and organizations around the world welcome local indie authors, writers and their communities in for a day of education, networking, mingling, writing, open mics, panels and so much more.
Also, no matter where you are in your writing journey, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library has programs, resources and services available to help you along the way.
Are you looking to improve your filmmaking skills or just curious about the process of video and film making? If so, you may be interested in attending one, or all, of our new workshops starting in September. As part of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library’s burgeoning Community Media Strategy, and in partnership with the Charlotte Unconventional Film School, we are excited to announce Make-a-Movie workshops.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Hosts Earth as Art 4 Exhibit at Main Library
Tami Gosselin shares her response to our question - what's your favorite place at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library?
For nearly three years, library service specialist Cathy Fletcher has been leading adult sensory storytime sessions at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library’s Main Library. In that time, Cathy says the groups she leads have become like family.
Main Library is a welcoming space for all, and with a newly renovated Teen Space on the second floor, teens have even more reason to spend time at Main Library this summer.
A new program at Main Library is sure to entertain you on your lunch break.