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Future of Main Library

Page https://www.cmlibrary.org/future-main-library
Main Library: Past, Present and Future For more than a century, a library has stood on the 300 block of North Tryon Street, reinventing itself to meet the changing needs of the growing Charlotte-Mecklenburg community. As the Library is poised to reinvent itself once again, the Main Library is...

12:15 @ Main

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/1215-main
If you work in Uptown Charlotte, a new program at Main Library is sure to be a 'can't miss' entry on your calendar. 12:15 @ Main takes place, you guessed it, at 12:15 p.m. and runs a brief 30 minutes, which is just enough time to get to the Library, enjoy a program while eating your lunch, and get...

The latest exhibit at Main Library is out of this world

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/latest-exhibit-main-library-out-world
The latest exhibit at Main Library is out of this world.  Truly.   Earth as Art 4: A Fusion of Science and Art features colorized, infrared Landsat satellite images of Earth from creative vantage points. All the images were acquired by Landsat 8, the satellite launched by NASA in 2013, and the...

Teens are invited to visit Main Library this summer

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/teens-are-invited-visit-main-library-summer
Main Library is a welcoming space for all, and with a newly renovated Teen Space on the second floor, teens have even more reason to spend time at Main Library this summer. Teens have enjoyed The Teen Loft, Studio i, young adult collections and teen-specific programming at ImaginOn since its...