As the Library adjusted services during the pandemic, the most trusted organization in Charlotte-Mecklenburg continued to impact lives.
With many UNC students being sent home due to COVID, some have been revisiting their favorite childhood books, including
"The Maze Runner," the Percy Jackson series, and the Harry Potter series. Here, East Mecklenburg High School 2020 graduate Lucy Smithwick tells their stories.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library will again expand services to include browsing for books and materials, use of express computer by reservation at designated locations, and a continuation of holds pickup and returns on March 1, 2021. Customers can continue to enjoy access to free digital resources and online programming.
South County Regional Library re-opens February 22, 2021 with limited “Grab and Go” services.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library will adjust services starting January 15, 2021, in compliance with the latest Mecklenburg County public health directive.
Conforme a la última directiva de salud pública del condado de Mecklenburg, la Biblioteca de Charlotte Mecklenburg ajustará sus servicios desde el 15 de enero del 2021.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library expands services to include browsing for books and materials, use of express computer by reservation at designated locations, and a continuation of holds pickup and returns. Customers can continue to enjoy access to free digital resources and virtual programming.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room explores the history of the 1918 Spanish Flu, its impact, controversy and the toll it took on Charlotte.
Phase 1 of re-opening includes holds and returns at Library locations.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library has partnered with Mecklenburg County to ensure county residents have the facts about staying home, staying healthy and staying connected.