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AMY Regional Library recieves funding from United Way of Mitchell County, NC.

 


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Spruce Pine Library

The Library is located at 142 Walnut Avenue, Spruce Pine, NC 28777

AMY Regional LibraryNEWS:

Community Meetings Needs Assessment: Summary Report | Second Summary Report

Support Documents: Core Values | Building Community Character | Community Vision | Workshop Results

Hours & Contact Info:

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Monday & Tuesday, 9am - 8pm
Wednesday - Friday, 9am - 5pm
Saturday, 10am - 1pm
Sunday, CLOSED

Pre-school Storytime: Thursday, 11am

Staff:
Cathy Silver - Head Librarian
Ayla Archer - Asst. Librarian

Phone: 828-765-4673
Email: sppl@amyregionallibrary.org

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Special Collections:

The Spruce Pine Public Library is home to two special collections which the public is invited to view and enjoy.

Spruce Pine is home to the Mineral & Gem Festival held each July. The Spruce Pine Public Library is fortunate to have received a mineral display which was donated by Paul Rhymer of Spruce Pine and is an excellent sample of the minerals & gems that are found locally and in other parts of Western North Carolina.

The beautiful basket collection was given to the library by Jean Taylor, who taught basketry. Many of the baskets on display were made by Mrs. Taylor herself and all are wonderful examples of the art of basket making from around the world.

Library Constitution & By-Laws

This document is available here.

Community Support

The Public Libraries in Mitchell County are supported in part with funds from the Mitchell County Community Fund. These funds are used for the purchase of new books for the Mitchell County Public Library in Bakersville and the Spruce Pine Public Library in Spruce Pine. Your support of the Mitchell County Community Fund makes this possible.

The library is also grateful for the continuing support it receives from the McBee Trust Fund, created by Helen McBee in 1995. Miss McBee's love for the library will benefit the citizens of Mitchell County for generations to come.

 


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