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I can prepare for my future with help from the Library

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The thought of navigating life after high school can be daunting. Is college the right fit for you? Or does your path lead to attending a trade school or stepping right into the workforce? Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is here to help you succeed, no matter which journey you choose. In its tenth...

EpicFest

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        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...

Teen Services

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VolunTeen and Internship Opportunities  Are you interested in becoming a VolunTeen or Satellite Studio Intern at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library? Our VolunTeen initiative is now year-round, which means that teens ages 13 to 17* now have the opportunity to earn community service hours by becoming a...

STEAM Month

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        Join Charlotte Mecklenburg Library for STEAM Month each October -  a month-long celebration of science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics. Library locations are proud to host events for children, teens and adults, like 3D printing, rookie science, coding, home brewing...

Who wants to learn a language?

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Will 2017 be the year in which you learn a new language? It can be! With your library card or ONE Access account, you have free access to a powerful language learning service called Pronunciator. This service covers 80 languages offering a range of language skills, including reading, writing,...

Haunting YA Titles for October

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It’s October again, and with that brings cooler weather, things that go “Boo!” in the night and creepy crawlers in the shadows. Teen librarian Maeve presents some spooky books for October.  In The Cemetery Boys, by Heather Brewer, Stephen has just moved to Spencer, Michigan, which is full of old-...

EpicFest and the magical setting of ImaginOn

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/epicfest-and-magical-setting-imaginon
Mark I. West, Professor and Chair, Department of English at UNC-C and EpicFest volunteer shares his thoughts about EpicFest and the perfect convergence of setting and experience: The story of EpicFest, the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Foundation’s free literary festival for children and their...

Behind the scenes of Summer Break: Read, Learn, Explore

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Have you ever wondered what it takes to plan Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's Summer Break program? It takes many, many dedicated staff from across the library system to pull off our largest systemwide initiative. In fact, even though we are still in the middle of this year's Summer Break program,...

The Library is the Great Equalizer

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It’s no secret children love the Library. From their first Storytime experience to attending puppet shows, participating in science demonstrations or meeting their favorite book illustrator, these are highlights they’re eager to share with friends and family. Perhaps what most excites children...

Sign up for text alerts

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Would you like to know as soon as possible when you have a book waiting for you at the library? Or when your checked-out items are about to be due? You can receive these messages by text!   To sign up, simply go to My Account, log in and select “Text Message Signup.” Then choose which types of...

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