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

Learn, Play, Connect: Video Gaming for Teens
Grab your friends and come play on the Xbox 360 Kinect and have some fun while developing literacy, critical thinking and teamwork skills.

One Book, One Community Discussion
Be a part of the dialogue! Join the One Book Community Read featuring Fahrenheit 451 by participating in this book discussion co-facilitated by Ann Clark, CMS Deputy Superintendent, and Lee Keesler, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library CEO.

From Page to Screen: Celebrating Patricia Highsmith, "Strangers on a Train"
Come to a Page to Screen experience! This month: watch the presentation of the life of Patricia Highsmith; stay to watch Alfred Hitchcock's gripping suspense film based on the book, 'Strangers on A Train" starring Farley Granger & Robert Walker.

Clases de Computacion en Español
This is a one on one computer class that is held in our branch in Spanish every Friday at 10:00 amm. Attendees will learn according to their own pace and interest.

Independence Writers Group - Community Read: Censorship Discussion
Come and participate in this discussion about how censorship affects modern writers and writing in honor of Charlotte Mecklenburg Library’s One Book Community Read Event featuring Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 during National Library Week.

One Book, One Community Book Club Event
Please join us for a One Book, One Week, One Community event. This month we will discuss Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury as part of this special event. Light refreshments will be served. OB2014

Excel Basics
Learn how to create, edit and save a basic spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel. This class is designed for adults that have mastered basic computer skills.

Main Library presents the 1966 film FAHRENHEIT 451, adapted for the screen by the French director Francois Truffaut. This is one of the concluding events of the library's ONE BOOK celebration of Ray Bradbury's classic cautionary tale. OB2014

Learn, Connect, Play: Wii
Develop literacy, critical thinking and teamwork skills with video games!

Book Club:Teen Anime and Manga Interest Circle (TAMIC)
Join us on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month at 4:30pm. Members will discuss manga, anime, and related topics.

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.

Starting & Growing Your Small Business: Your Library & SCORE
This workshop focuses on testing your business idea & identifying key factors that influence start-up success. Hear about free SCORE support services & library resources for collecting reliable information on competitors, prospects, suppliers, & more

Dia de los niños/ Día de los niños: Children's Day/Book Day
Engage in a literacy experience that honors all children, books and cultures. Join Gina, for an International Music and Movement program that is fun for families with young children. For children ages birth to 3 with a caregiver.

Dia de los niños/Día de los libros - Children's Day/Book Day
Día is Diversity in Action. Engage in a literacy experience that honors all children, books and cultures. Programs take place during the month of April, and culminates yearly around April 30th. Join Children’s Theatre of Charlotte as stories come to life through creative drama and movement activities. Social development, public speaking and theatre concepts combine in this fun creative exploration.

Lunch at the Library
Bring your lunch to the Main Library for a stimulating, casual hour of conversation, hosted by Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Trustee and civic leader Ed Williams. Dr. Ron Carter, President of Johnson C. Smith University will be the first guest.

Programs by Category

Book Sale
Computer Skills/Technology
CTC Actor Appearance
Early Literacy Workshop
Education Support
En Español
ESL (English as a Second Language)
National Library Week
Parent/Caregiver/Teacher Education
Senior Living
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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