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Cabarrus This Week--October 21

CTW lights up at The Glow: A Jack O'Lantern Experience

Early voting now open in Cabarrus County

Four locations are available for residents

NCDOT wants public input on the future of transportation in N.C.

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The Cabarrus County Active Living and Parks Commission is accepting applications.

Help Cabarrus Play

The Cabarrus County Active Living and Parks Commission is accepting applications.

The start of something big(ger)—Drop-in meeting, May 30

The Cabarrus County Active Living and Parks Commission is accepting application.

The start of something big(ger)—Drop-in meeting, May 30

The Cabarrus County Active Living and Parks Commission is accepting applications

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How can I get a library card?

CCPL library cards are available for free to residents of Cabarrus County, ages 5 and up, along with: 

  • Rowan County residents
  • Employees of Cabarrus County
  • Employees of Cabarrus County Schools
  • Employees of Kannapolis City Schools
  • Students and Faculty of Barber-Scotia College, Rowan Cabarrus Community College, Cabarrus College of Health Sciences, Woodson University

A picture ID and proof of address is required to get a library card. Any eligible non-residents listed above should bring proof of employment/enrollment. Children's cards must be linked to an adult card, who assumes responsibility for those materials. 

Non-residents may also get a card for a $15 annual fee. For all guidelines and rules regarding library cards, please review our Circulation Policy

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