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Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Library now open in southern Brunswick County, occupies former community college center

A new library is making use of an existing facility in Southern Brunswick County.

Brunswick County residents celebrate the grand opening of its newest library in Calabash, NC. (Port City Daily photo/Courtesy Brunswick County)
Brunswick County residents celebrate the grand opening of its newest library in Calabash, NC. (Port City Daily photo/Courtesy Brunswick County)

Brunswick County — Residents of southern Brunswick County now have a library to call their own. Southwest Brunswick Branch Library is now open in Calabash, providing an alternative use of an existing facility.

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At 9400 Ocean Highway West, Southwest Brunswick Branch Library is already hosting daily events. This week, the library is offering adult yoga, a chess club, adult coloring, storytime for children and fitness classes.

On Monday, Brunswick County Commissioners and Representative Frank Iler joined the library board and residents for a ribbon cutting celebration.

According to a Brunswick County release, the facility is located on one floor, which will allow greater accessibility and fewer stairs for the library’s visitors. Formerly Brunswick County Community College’s Islands Center, the state’s Hickmans Crossroads Library moved into the Calabash location this summer.

Southwest Brunswick Branch Library is open every weekday from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Events and information can be found on Brunswick County’s website.

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