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

Teen Art Club
Exercise your creativity and learn new skills in a group setting. Join our young artists' club as we explore different media and techniques to make art to enhance the library.

Living Longer, Living Smarter, Part 4
"Your Wishes": Give your loved ones clear instructions about what you want them to do should you need them to act for for you. This session discusses important documents you should prepare for them.

YA Gotta Read This! Teen Book Club
Teens: join us for fun YA book discussion and earn some free books! Teens will read books at home and write short book reviews for community service hours. Snacks provided. Get your read on!

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.)

Advanced Excel: Formulas and Functions
This class is for the more advanced Excel student who desires learning more about the functions and formulas aspect of Excel. Participants must be proficient in basic Excel.

Woodcarving Demonstration
Come learn about the Charlotte Woodcarvers Club and exhibit on display at the Matthews Library. Join us for a woodcarving demonstration, observe, ask questions of members and maybe try something new!

Genealogy Research: Finding Your Ancestors
Trace your roots and family history. Get research tips from an experienced genealogist.

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.

Library eBooks: 1-on-1 Support Session
Call 704-416-4800 opt. 4 to book a 1-hour individual training session on borrowing eBooks for your eReader, tablet, smartphone or laptop. Bring your device; we’ll show you how to find, check out and download books from our digital collection.

Northwest Pod Back to Summer Reading Festival
Enjoy books, literacy activities, storytelling, etc. as we celebrate our Northwest community's first Back to Summer Reading Festival!

Teen Writers' Club
Writers of all experience and skill levels are encouraged to join this group to share work, exchange ideas and feedback, and meet other local amateur writers.

Apply Online Using NCWorks.Gov
Create an online profile and build a resume using NCWorks. NCWorks Online is a one-stop online resource for job seekers and employers in North Carolina. You can search for jobs, create resumes, and find education and training opportunities. Learn to use this resource and discover its benefits as your primary job search tool.

A Beginner’s Guide to Selling on Ebay
Learn how to set up an Ebay account on Ebay as well as photograph, post, sell and track your items. Robin Bryan is a certified eBay Education Specialist and uses PowerPoint created by eBay, supplemented with her personal tips and suggestions.

Inside the Interviewer's Mind
Learn from a veteran HR professional how interviewers want you to answer five of the most common interview questions. Participants will walk away from this interactive session knowing what to say and what not to say when asked these five questions.

DAPA Information Session
The Latin American Coalition of Charlotte hosts an info session for the Dept. of Homeland Security's Deferred Action for Parent Accountability, or DAPA.

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Computer Skills/Technology
Early Literacy Workshop
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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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