The Alexander County Library will expand its outreach into the community by opening a library branch in Stony Point. The new Stony Point branch will feature all of the same services and resources offered at the main library, including public computers and wifi, allowing ease of access for all residents.
Located in the heart of Stony Point at 431 Ruritan Park Road (the former Energy United building), the branch will be open Monday and Wednesday from 9am – 1pm and Tuesday and Thursday from 2pm – 6pm. Much loved library employee of the Bethlehem Branch, Gloria Hamilton-Parsons will manage the branch and assist patrons each day.
Alexander County Library Director, Laura Crooks, looks upon the opening of the new branch as a natural extension of the library’s mission of service. “Stony Point is vital to our County and we are continually looking for new ways to ensure that all residents receive exemplary library service,” Crooks shared.
“We are thrilled to open a new branch in Stony Point and in so doing we hope to open wide the doors of opportunity for all who enter, providing opportunities for everyone to grow and develop.”
The Stony Point Branch Library will open its doors to the public for the first time on Monday, February 5, 2018. Library staff will mark this occasion with a ribbon cutting ceremony and community reception beginning at 10am. Everyone is welcome to attend and enjoy brief remarks as well as complimentary coffee and light refreshments.
To learn more about the Stony Point Branch Library and all of the resources, programs, and services provided by the Alexander County Library, visit www.alexanderlibrary.org or call (828) 632-4058.