Library Summer Hours to begin June 5
Charlotte, NC - As the temperature warms up and kids get fired up for the end of the school year, CharlotteMecklenburg Library will soon switch to Summer Hours.The Library will close on Sundays starting June 5 (the Sunday after Memorial Day) and resume Sunday service starting September 11 (the Sunday after Labor Day).
This change will only affect the hours at the libraries normally open on Sundays: Main Library, ImaginOn, BeattiesFord Road Regional, Independence Regional, Morrison Regional, North County Regional, South County Regional and University City Regional.The “Summer Hours” change began as a cost-saving measure and also aligns with the patterns of Library users duringthe summer. With public schools out of session, the need for homework services on Sundays is much lighter during the summer. The season will also find patrons of all ages visiting the library for different reasons such as checking out books, and participating in our new Summer Reading program, called Summer Break: Read, Learn, Explore which begins June 1.
Some library services will continue to be available around-the-clock at www.cmlibrary.org, including online account access and catalog searching. Also available 24/7 are the library's book drops and the automated telephone renewal line at (704) 416-7363.
To view the Library's hours of service, visit http://www.cmlibrary.org/locations/ .
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About Charlotte Mecklenburg Library: Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is one of America’s leading urban public libraries, serving a community of nearly one million citizens in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Accessible and welcoming to all, the Library celebrates the joy of reading, fosters learning and growth, connects people to each other and the world, and inspires individuals with what they can achieve. Through 20 locations, targeted outreach and www.cmlibrary.org , the Library delivers exceptional services and programs, with a mission to create a community of readers and empower individuals with free access to information and the universe of ideas.