Charlotte Mecklenburg Library celebrated Community Read the entire month of March 2019 with the hopes of bringing the community together to discuss the issues that are important to Charlotte-Mecklenburg. Close to 200 programs and events were scheduled by Library and community partner locations...
Angie Thomas makes the political personal, and that’s what she believes makes her an activist.
The author of the New York Times best-selling novel and Community Read 2019 featured title The Hate U Give spoke at Central Piedmont Community College’s Halton Theater on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 about...
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For many families, spring break is the quintessential time to travel, meet with family members, explore and sight-see. If costs associated with vacationing is placing a damper on your family’s fun meter, why not try new resources that won’t...
With this year’s Community Read selections, the Library intended to bring the community together through discussions, events and programs featuring the three chosen titles. The goal is a community that reads together, is a community that grows together.
At the Independence Regional Library’s Lunch...
Communities aren't just defined by geography. Culture and values also play important roles too In strong communities, people interact with each other in positive ways that enrich lives. One of the easiest ways to do this is at your public library.
Reading provides ways for us to connect with each...
We all like spending time with other people who share our interests. Having things in common gives us a starting point for conversations and building relationships. We can talk with our friends and co-workers about the latest movies, television series or sporting events. It's not only fun, it also...