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Charlotte Mecklenburg Library will close its two Uptown locations, Main Library and ImaginOn during the Democratic National Convention (DNC) from Sept. 2-8. This decision was made by the Board of Trustees last October due to concerns about access, parking, safety and security. All Charlotte Mecklenburg Library locations would normally be closed for summer hours Sunday, Sept. 2 and for Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 3. Keeping the public's best interests in mind, the Library will also close Main and ImaginOn from Tuesday, Sept. 4 - Saturday, Sept. 8. There will be no public access to either library or their book returns during this time.
Though Main and ImaginOn will be closed during the DNC, hours at the remaining 18 locations will remain the same. View the schedule here. Nearby alternate libraries include Plaza Midwood, Myers Park, Scaleybark, Sugar Creek and Beatties Ford Road Regional.
While Main and ImaginOn are closed, customers may return library items to any other Charlotte Mecklenburg Library location. All 18 of the other libraries have outdoor book returns that are available 24/7.·
Many library services are available online at cmlibrary.org. From the library's web site, customers can search the catalog, place holds, check to see when items are due, pay overdue fines, or renew items that may be approaching the due date. Telephone renewal is available at (704) 416-7363.
The library's information line will be available by dialing (704) 416-0101 during its regular operating hours: Tuesday-Thursday, 10am-7pm and Friday/Saturday 10am-5pm.
On Sunday, September 9, new Sunday hours (1-5pm) will go into effect at Main, ImaginOn and the six regional libraries (Beatties Ford Road, Independence, Morrison, North County, South County and University). These new Sunday hours are the result of increased FY13 funding from Mecklenburg County.
ImaginOn is home to not just the Library but also to the Children's Theatre of Charlotte (CTC).
For more information about the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, visit our website.