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The latest exhibit at Main Library is out of this world

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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...

Thank you to our Summer VolunTeens!

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Each summer, the Library is excited to welcome community teens into our branches to participate in our Summer VolunTeen program. The VolunTeen program is designed to expose young people to a wealth of vital experiences and help teens gain service hours during the summer. VolunTeens build workforce...

Summer film series showcases Hal Ashby's seventies classics

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"The great thing about film is that it really is communal - it is the communal art. The more input you can get, the better it is." - Hal Ashby Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is proud to present the seven unique, incomparable masterpieces that Hal Ashby directed between 1970-1979 during a summer film...

Enjoy a cool summer...with the Library

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Ah, summer. Lawn mowers are humming, tropical drinks dripping and parents scrambling to find things to keep high-energy youngsters occupied. Now is the perfect time of year to turn to Charlotte Mecklenburg Library for inspiration. Visit the Library online or in person anytime you need a respite...

Selected Summer Vacation Mystery Novels

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The summer traveling period is here and for many it is also the time to relax and read.  Book lovers come to seek a little advice for new titles through a recommended summer reading list, and mystery readers should be not excluded.  For mystery fans, a good mystery is always in season. A quick...

Keep learning fun with Summer Break - Read, Learn, Explore

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Charlotte Mecklenburg Library encourages reading and learning all year long. The summer months, when students take a break from school, are critical to expanded learning. In fact, summer time poses the most academic risk because students without access to summer learning opportunities can fall...

Summer Break begins to wrap up

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Another summer has flown by. School supply shopping has begun, vacations are winding down and another Summer Break program is about to end.   Remember that Saturday, August 10 is the last day that you can enter reading time or activities in your log. Participants will have until Saturday,...

May highlights

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April showers bring May flowers… so what does May bring? At your library, May brings a flurry of activity, as we prepare our gardens, plan for the end of the school year, and participate in a wealth of celebrations—including Older Americans Month, Comic Book Day, Small Business Week and Mother's...

Live summer to the fullest with Summer Break: Read, Learn, Explore

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Charlotte Mecklenburg Library encourages reading and learning year-round, especially during the summer months when students are on break from school. Summer is the most critical time of the academic year, because it presents the most risk. Students without access to summer learning opportunities...

Babies, toddlers and preschoolers participate in Summer Break

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Did you know that babies, toddlers and preschoolers can join in on Summer Break too? Reading time includes time spent being read to and time spent reading to someone else. This means that parents can log reading time for everyone whether they read to or with their child!  This summer discover...