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FEATURED PROGRAMS

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


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.


Live Longer, Live Smarter: Your Wishes
Give your loved ones clear instructions about what you want them to do, should you need them to act for you. This session discusses important documents you should prepare for them.


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. In August there will be a screening of "Pokemon Heroes: The Movie".


Basic Home Décor Construction
Participants will learn how to plan and create basic items such as window valances, basic window panels, and pillows. Time will be given to discussing appropriate fabrics and notions along with measuring properly for supplies.


Computer Basics for Adults and Seniors
Five-part series, on Mondays (Jul. 6 - Aug 3) Covers the basic skills to get around in Windows using a mouse, how to use an easy word processing program, create & edit pictures, and an introduction to the Internet. No computer experience necessary


Technology tutoring
One-on-one computer help sessions with a technology tutor. Topics covered include but are not limited to Microsoft Office, Internet, email and online applications. Sessions are 50 minutes.


Technology Tutoring
One-on-one computer help sessions with a technology tutor. Topics covered include but are not limited to Microsoft Office, Internet, email and online applications. Sessions are 50 minutes.


Afternoon Adventures: Wordgirl Spelling Bee
Join Wordgirl in a Spelling Bee to test your spelling skills. Sign up at the children's desk and pick up your spelling list. Click learn more for more information.


American Heritage with The Nature Lady
Want to learn about what life was like for children who grew up in Colonial America? Join us for an afternoon of historical fun with The Nature Lady.


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!


Charlotte Mecklenburg Presents: Chef David Jenkins
Learn to cook a fun and easy meal or snack while learning important skills for your future! Chef Jenkins graduated from Johnson & Wales University and has experience in the restaurant field.


Secrets of Behavioral Interviewing
Behavioral (STAR) interviewing is a technique that many employers now use to predict a job applicant's future behavior. Learn from a veteran HR professional how to succeed when faced with this difficult but common style of interviewing.


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 grdening eliminates the need for tilling, weeding and watering.


Comic Strips and Graphic Novels as Literature
Learn to mine subtext that can be used in novels, films and art appreciation and study. Included will be the challenges and benefits of adaptation and how certain cartoonists provide storytelling techniques that differ from cinema or prose fiction.


Summer Reading Social
Enjoying Summer Reading so far? Come participate in literacy-related activities, which may include: scavenger hunts, hands-on technology, and more. This program is part of Children's Summer Reading 2015.

Programs by Category

Art/Photography
Books/Literature/Writing
Business/Finance/Taxes
Computer Skills/Technology
Early Literacy Workshop
Educational Support
ESOL (English Speakers of Other Languages)
Exhibits
Gaming
Genealogy/History
Health Education
Holiday
Jobs/Careers
Movies/Films
Multicultural
Music Education
Parent/Caregiver/Teacher Education
Science,Engineering and Math
Sensory Programs
Special Events/Festivals
Storytime

Programs by Location

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

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