The Library introduces Engage 2020 Summer Series - A conversation with educator, historian, and scholar Brenda Tindal. The conversation will focus on African American women and their long civil and human rights battles.
The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room takes a historical look into the evolution of St. Peter's Hospital.
Did you know that Independence Day was almost celebrated on July 2? This piece explores the history of American independence.
Cinco de Mayo is more than a day to party, it’s a time to celebrate the culture and history of Mexico.
The Charlotte campus of the culinary school made 15 decorative cakes for display at Library locations throughout December.
Two exhibits at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library branches explore the Middle Passage and the post-Civil War life for African-Americans.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library takes you back in time with these books spanning the 18th through 20th centuries.
Opened in 2003, the Sugar Creek branch of Charlotte Mecklenburg Library tuns 15 today.