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.
Ah, summer. Lawn mowers are humming, tropic drinks dripping and parents scrambling to find things to keep high-energy youngsters occupied. Now is the perfect time of year to turn to Charlotte Mecklenburg Library for inspiration.
Planning is underway for the replacement of Main Library in uptown Charlotte with a flexible facility designed to meet the community’s evolving information, technology, and public gathering needs today and into the future. But what does that mean for the people who use Main Library now?
On Thursday, April 19, more than 520 people flocked to the Hal Marshall County Services Center in Charlotte, NC to learn about the new Main Library, Seventh & Tryon redevelopment, and North Tryon Vision Plan.
Learn about North Tryon development projects underway and connect with neighbors and community leaders. Engage in the conversation and help shape the future.
Make an impact on the future Main Library and the Center City/Uptown community!
If you noticed unusual activities popping up in and around 310 North Tryon Street last summer, that was by design. Public Commons @ Main Library was a series of events meant to test new opportunities for people to participate in Main Library programs.
On Wednesday, November 29, 2017, nearly 100 people crowded into the Main Library's Francis Auditorium to participate in a town hall with the architect team of Clark Nexsen, Snøhetta and brightspot strategy.
A new program at Main Library is sure to entertain you on your lunch break.
We’ve been asking a lot of questions – and that’s the point of the Public Commons @ Main Library events in and around Main Library. Here’s what we’ve been asking over the last few weeks: