The LaundryCares Foundation will host a Free Laundry and Literacy Day in collaboration with Too Small to Fail from 1-6 p.m. on Friday, December 10, 2021, at LaundroLab located at 5618 Albemarle Road, Charlotte, NC 28212. During this event, children can engage in early literacy activities with Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and puppet-making with master puppeteer Marilyn Price. Additionally, families will also receive free children’s books on behalf of the Library.
Banned books are no match for Freedom to Read Week! Here's how your Charlotte Mecklenburg Library will celebrate September 26-October 2, 2021.
What’s on your travel itinerary now that outside is open again? Your Library has the tools you need to plan the perfect getaway whether you are jet-setting, time traveling or riding the armchair express.
While the COVID-19 pandemic brought a multitude of challenges, one Library Trustee reflects on how the Library continues to serve and provide resources to strengthen the community.
The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room hosts a discussion with Libby Copeland, author of “The Lost Family: How DNA Testing Is Upending Who We Are,” to explore the mysteries of DNA testing on October 13, 2020.
If we’re honest with ourselves, we learn the most when we’re uncomfortable and having tough but important conversations.
Kids are home from schools, families are in town to visit and sometimes you can’t think of something new or different to do. Look no further than the Library for great ideas during Winter Break!
Join Charlotte Mecklenburg Library as we celebrate Indie Author Day, when libraries and organizations around the world welcome local indie authors, writers and their communities in for a day of education, networking, mingling, writing, open mics, panels and so much more.
Also, no matter where you are in your writing journey, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library has programs, resources and services available to help you along the way.
For National Library Card Sign-Up Month, a librarian gives her opinion for what is the most important reason everyone should have a library card.
Library power user Angela Glennon was surprised to discover hat just one visit to Charlotte Mecklenburg Library saves her family of five close to $700 a week!