Charlotte Mecklenburg Library invites you to celebrate African American History Month with free programs, including living history events, a local author visit, film screenings, and fun and educational activities for children and teens. The library now provides wireless and mobile printing for laptops, tablets, and smartphones. This service is available from any internet connected device inside or outside of the library. As the country celebrates the 100 year anniversary of World War I, the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room partners with The Charlotte Museum of History and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte to bring you a series of FREE lectures about the “war to end all wars.”

Food and Fitness Trends 2018

It’s mid-February--have you forgotten about your New Year’s resolutions? Did you overindulge during the Super Bowl? Put down the Girl Scout cookies and take a look at our favorite fitness and food trends so far in 2018.

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