Charlotte Mecklenburg Library invites you to celebrate African American History Month with free programs, including author events, films, storytelling, and fun and educational activities for children and teens. We've also compiled valuable book lists, topic guides, and online resources so you can continue learning, exploring and having conversations about the moments and people that have shaped our collective past.
Gyms are packed, kale is flying off the shelves — New Year’s resolution season is in full bloom. Now is the perfect time of year to turn to your Library to get inspiration. Here are a dozen ways to rock the coming year, and how we can help.
Valentine's Day is a good reminder to tell all of our loved ones (not only our sweethearts) how glad we are that they're in our lives. It's also a great opportunity to spread love and kindness in our community. We invite you to share the love in many different ways with these special events, storytimes and community service projects.
Diversity has come up a lot in today’s current events, and it’s important to have literature to turn to help understand others. This list celebrates diversity through stories on race, culture, LGBTQ, and more.
Will 2017 be the year in which you learn a new language? It can be! With your library card or ONE Access account, you have free access to a powerful language learning service called Pronunciator. We highlight some of the unique features of this service that make learning fun and easy for all ages.
The following are some great technology based fictions books that any young adult reader will enjoy, presented by teen librarian Maeve.
The holiday season is a time of giving, and Charlotte Mecklenburg Library offers many opportunities for volunteers to give back...even if you want to make volunteering one of your New Year's resolutions.
Enjoy popular titles from the comfort of home, with best-selling and classic e-books and digital audiobooks, available 24/7 from the library’s digital collection powered by OverDrive.
Teens at the University City Regional Library were asked to vote on which YA book they would like to see turned into movies.
Looking for gift ideas? Books always make a great choice. Dana Eure is the Library's Associate Director of Lifelong Learning, and she offered several librarian picks in a guest appearance on WCNC's "Charlotte Today." Choose these titles as gifts, or check them out from the library!