There's so much happening at your library! Don't miss these featured programs!
Once Upon a Time Summer Exhibit
Step inside beloved stories from around the globe in this hands-on exhibit that brings favorite multicultural fairy tales and folk tales to life. Enter the larger-than-life pages of seven favorite tales during your visit at ImaginOn!
Excel Basics for Teens
Learn how to create, edit and save a basic spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel 07. Designed for teens with basic computer skills and familiarity with Word. Registration is required.
Eco-Friendly Gardening: Bokashi Composting and Deep Mulch Gardening
Learn methods to reduce waste and make gardening easy. Bokashi Composting allows you to compost food waste for use in your yard and garden. Deep Mulch Gardening eliminates the need for tilling, weeding and watering.
Traveling Through Latin America with Music / Viajando a través de Latinoamérica
Explore Latin America through a combination of jazz, blues, and folk music via the acoustic performances of local singer Ana Lucia Divins and guitarist Carlos Crespo.
Celebrate Batman Day at the Steele Creek Library! In honor of Batman's 75th anniversary we will be having games, trivia, giveaways, prizes and more. Please join us for a screening of Batman Returns at 2pm.
Monday Movie Night - The Lego Movie!
Starring the voices of Will Ferrell and Morgan Freeman, The Lego Movie follows Emmett who is on an epic quest to stop an evil tyrant from gluing the universe together, a journey for which he is hopelessly and hilariously underprepared!
CMLibrary Presents: The Nature Lady
Fun and informative nature program for the whole family! Registration is required and begins July 22nd. Call 704-416-4000.
Teen Summer Reading: I Can Create 8-bit Art
Interested in learning more about 8-bit art? Join us for an 8-bit art workshop and create your own original work using plastic beads and templates provided by us.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Presents: Frontline Storytellers
Children will hear stories during this one-of-a-kind storytelling experience with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Frontline Storytellers' Summer Tent Tales.
Teen Summer Reading: I Can be a DJ
Test out turn tables with local DJ Kwad-T and learn what it takes to be a DJ. This Hands-on program will teach you the tips you need to get started as a DJ.
Book Talk: Title Swap for Twenties and Thirties, or "TNT"
Looking to learn about great new books without having the commitment of a book club? Join us for a Title Swap for Twenty and Thirty somethings, or “TNT”. Share something you are reading now, such as a favorite book or author, in an informal setting. A selection of books will be available for check out. Light refreshments will be provided. (This program is intended for 18-35 year olds.)
Destination Freedom: Music and History from the Civil Rights Era
Presented by the Levine Museum of the New South, this interactive presentation spotlights key events from the Civil Rights Era through discussion, song, and historic images.
One on One Computer Training
This is a one-on-one session to assist the patron with developing computer skills. From setting up an email adress to more complex requests, this class will be determined by the patron's needs.
Fizz Boom Read Club
This children's event will feature fun STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) related stories, crafts, experiments and games planned especially for children in lower elementary grades, ages 6-11.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Presents: You Can Build It!
Join Discovery Place in using the popular Build It! blocks to create buildings and structures such as bridges, towers, and more!