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Eighteenth Century Bible Unearthed to Prove Ancestry

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Hidden inside a 243-year-old Bible, Wanda Gantt learned where she came from. In August, Gantt contacted the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library’s special collections library, while working on her application for the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) local chapter...

Día

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Desplácese hacia abajo para ver la versión en español Special Día storytime programs will be offered online throughout the month of April. We will share programs in different languages and invite families to engage and learn about different cultures. Día is a nationally recognized initiative that...

ImagiCON

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ImagiCon 2020 has been cancelled. Check back for information on our 2021 program.     Calling all superheroes, supervillains, super friends and super foes — get ready for a day of fun fandom celebration as ImagiCon takes over the Library! ImagiCon is Charlotte Mecklenburg Library’s annual mini...

Read To Me, Charlotte!

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EARLY LITERACY CALENDAR Born Reader Program In the Born Reader Program, nurses in the maternity departments at area hospitals distribute the book, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? in English and Spanish to their patients. Then they encourage the parents and caregivers to read to their...

Special Needs

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As a result of the partnership between Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and the Autism Society of North Carolina’s Mecklenburg County Chapter, training videos have been produced by Charlotte Mecklenburg Library staff members who have been planning and presenting programming specific to children with...

Outreach Services

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Outreach is for everyone! Charlotte Mecklenburg Library’s services extend beyond our physical locations. We are committed to providing all community members access to our staff, resources, and services. Our goal is to provide services to some of the highest need and under-served populations in our...

Storytime

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Learning begins at birth, and parents are a child’s first and most important teachers. Help your child get ready to read with storytimes for children offered by your library. Most branches offer regular storytimes in which children’s librarians share books, stories, rhymes, and songs with you and...

Digital Inclusion

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Building to Enhance, Sustain and Evolve our Impact in the Community As a pillar of lifelong learning in our community – our commitment to Digital Inclusion is long term. We plan to continue to build and enhance programs that are sustainable and can continually evolve to meet the needs of the...

Active Reading

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Learn to read WITH your child, rather than reading a book TO your child! How? It’s called Active Reading. Active Reading is the practice of reading aloud a picture book with a child by asking questions, building vocabulary, and connecting to the child’s world. This research-based approach improves...

Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room

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The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room is open for in-person visitation by appointment only. Please make an appointment and read the safety rules and policies by clicking the Schedule Appointment  button below. As a reminder, the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room continues to provide virtual reference...

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