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There's so much happening at your library! Don't miss these featured programs!

English Conversation Club
Please join us for our new English Conversation Club! Practice your English speaking and listening skills in a relaxed group environment. No lectures, just conversation!

Genealogy Research: Finding Your Ancestors
Join us on the first Saturday of every month. Learn to trace your roots and family history. Get research tips from an experienced genealogist. Light refreshments.

Resume Review Sessions
Need help with your resume or cover letter? Please email an electronic copy of your resume to Once we've reviewed your resume we'll email or call you to schedule a resume review appointment. Other hours available.

Book Club: Anime and Manga Interest Circle (teens 12-18 & preteens 10-11)
Join us on the first Monday of the month unless otherwise posted. We will be discussing manga, anime, and related titles.

Technology tutoring
One-on-one computer help with a technology tutor for a 1-hour session (1PM & 2PM) every Monday. Topics covered include but are not limited to Microsoft Office, Internet, email, resumes & online employment applications. Call 704-416-6400 to register.

Books Come to Life: Harry Potter
Attention muggles! Bring Harry Potter to life at University City Library. Activities include getting sorted into Houses, creating crafts, and playing Potter related games. This program is for ages 18 through 34.

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Presents: Hat Day!
Wear your silliest hat and join us for stories and activities as we celebrate Hat Day at ImaginOn!

Mystery Book Club
Join us on the third Thursday of each month at 6:30. In September we will discuss Missing You by Harlan Coben. New members welcome! Enjoy sharing a good read in a relaxed and fun environment!

Resume Building for 50+
Finding work in today’s economy can be very challenging. If you’re an older worker, it is even more difficult. AARP’s resume building workshop focuses on helping older workers navigate these challenges and make the most effective resume.

From Page to Screen: An Afternoon with Betty Smith, "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn"
Join us for a Page to Screen experience! Watch a presentation on the life of author Betty Smith & much-beloved story turned into film, Elia Kazan's, "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn," starring James Dunn, Dorothy McGuire, and Peggy Ann Garner as "Francie."

Independence Writers Group
An open discussion of the art and business of writing short stories, poems and novels. Critiques are available if ten copies of materials to be critiqued are provided. The group meets twice a month on the first and third Saturday.

Outdoor Survival & Nature Education
Having the correct information to survive in the outdoors is an essential life skill. Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation will introduce topics like trip preparation, navigation, and survival basics.

College 101: ACT Practice Exam with The Princeton Review
Prepare for college and kick off your ACT prep with a free practice exam. After the test the Princeton Review will email you a detailed performance report with personalized tips on how to improve your score. Please follow the link to register.

Mobile Technology: CML Digital Resources on the go!
Do you like free e-books, movies, and music? The Library has an app for that and more! Join the library to discuss the FREE services you can enjoy with your Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library card.

Discover Another Culture: India
Enrich your cultural understanding by learning about the culture of India through the experiences of a speaker of native origin. Topics of discussion may include customs, traditions, recreation, history, food, comparison of United States and India, interesting facts, geography, climate, special holidays observed, and more. Ask questions you always wanted to know about this country or culture. Materials will be displayed to enhance the discussion which may include books, costumes, food, photos, and more.

Programs by Category

Computer Skills/Technology
Early Literacy Workshop
Educational Support
ESOL (English Speakers of Other Languages)
Health Education
Music Education
Parent/Caregiver/Teacher Education
Science,Engineering and Math
Sensory Programs
Special Events/Festivals

Programs by Location

Beatties Ford Road
Hickory Grove
Independence Regional
Main Library
Mint Hill
Morrison Regional
Mountain Island
Myers Park
North County Regional
Off-site Location
Plaza Midwood
South County Regional
Steele Creek
Sugar Creek
University City Regional
West Boulevard

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