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Watauga Library Youth Services 2021: Watauga

Watauga Map of Little Free Libraries

Watauga Little Free Libraries

 

Cove Creek Community Walking Trail

Dale Adams Road

Sugar grove, NC 28679

Leola Gardens

207 Leola Street

Boone, NC 28607

Mabel Methodist Church

5932 Old U.S. Hwy 421

Zionville, NC 28698

Plan B

116 Meat Camp Rd

Boone, NC 28607

Stone Mountain Store

1880 Bethel Road

Sugar Grove, NC 28679

Valle Crucis Community Park

2892 Broadstone Road

Banner Elk, NC 28604

White Laurel Apartments

White Laurel Lane

Boone, NC 28607

 

Stone Mountain

Stone Mountain

 
Address:
Stone Mountain Store, 1880 Bethel Rd, Sugar Grove, NC 28679

 

Directions:
From Boone, take Highway 421 North towards Mountain City.  Turn left onto Highway 321 North.  Go 6.8 miles and turn right onto Bethel Road.  You should see the Stone Mountain Store on your left.
 

Our Little Free Library Story

 

Our first Little Free Libraries were donated by Sarah Maxey, a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill who has funded several LFLs across the state of North Carolina through her Kickstarter page.  Judith Winecoff acted as the project coordinator on behalf of the Watauga County Public Library and Marna Napoleon, Vicki Krueger and Caroline Gandy served as coordinators on behalf of the Stone Mountain Store, Two Rivers Community School and the Valle Crucis Community Park.  Judith's Husband, Tim Winecoff volunteered to do the installation for the initial three libraries.  Thank you all for all your hard work!

Publix Little Free Libraries

                                                                                                                                                                                                               A big thank you goes out to Publix at Three Creeks of Boone for
donating four Little Free Libraries to High Country United Way.
Publix proceeded to build and install them at four locations as well as contribute books so they are all ready to go. The library helped identify locations and stewards. More books out in the county for residents means more opportunities for lifelong learning and literacy.

Pictured in the final photo are Theo Gray, Maggie Christenbury, Outreach Coordinator for the Watauga Friends of the Library, Marcia Blake, Western Watauga Friends, Jackie Cornette, Western Watauga Branch Head, Mark Taggart and Joel Wise of Publix Supermarket, Marti Phillips, Director of High Country United Way, and Monica Caruso, County Librarian. — at Watauga Parks/Cove Creek Gym.