Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is thrilled to partner with Biblioboard in launching the NORTH CAROLINA AUTHOR PROJECT. From April 1, 2019 -May 31, 2019, North Carolina authors will be able to submit their unpublished or indie-published work for review by Library Journal and state judges.
Memorial Day was first officially observed nationally on May 30th, 1868. Memorial Day is thought to have descended from the practice called Decoration Day. This was a day in the South when rural communities cleaned and decorated their cemeteries. It wasn’t until 1971 that Memorial Day was...
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library offers a variety of resources and programs for the Charlotte writing community. Whether you are interested in joining a writing group, self-publishing your book, or attending a panel discussion—we have something for you!
You can subscribe to our writing newsletter for...
EpicFest 2019 at ImaginOn: The Joe and Joan Martin Center
Saturday, November 9, 2019 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's free literary festival for children and their families.
Book lovers of all ages are invited to EpicFest
EpicFest is an extraordinary, free literary...
Part of the Library’s mission is to provide opportunities for personal success in reading and learning for everyone. To this end, we offer book club kits.
Each kit includes 10 copies of a book for use by your club, biographical notes on the author, sample discussion questions and tips for a...
A decision to reduce library hours of operation is made with the safety of library employees and the public in mind. If the library system closes for a day, or any part of a day, library customers do not have to pay fines for that day. All due dates and holds will be adjusted accordingly.