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Yadkin County Public Library

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Inclement Weather Operating Hours

Library operating hours due to the inclement weather will be posted on or on WXII Channel 12.



8:30 am - 6:30 pm


8:30 am - 5:30 pm


8:30 am - 5:30 pm


8:30 am - 6:30 pm


8:30 am - 5:30 pm






Yadkin County Public Library
233 East Main Street
Yadkinville, North Carolina 27055
Voice: 336.679.8792
Fax: 336.679.4625
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Malinda Sells Branch Librarian
Christy Ellington Assistant Branch Librarian
Rebecca Cranfill Librarian Assistant
Anna Owens Librarian Assistant

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The Public LIbraries of Yadkin County Board of Trustees is comprised of representatives from each of the libraries: Boonville Community Public Library, East Bend Public Library, Jonesville Public Library and Yadkin County Public Library
** Jack Loudermilk, Chairperson
Patrick Long, Vice-Chairperson
Wayne Matthews, Secretary
Thomas Bastable
Rynn Hennings
Richard Lasky
Danny Lewis
Karen Matthews
Cindy McMurrary
**David Moxley
**Regional Library Board Representative
Meeting Dates: Second Tuesday of January, April, June and October


In September 1946, the Yadkin County Public Library opened in the old Yadkinville Academy Building.  The growing library soon needed additional space, and in 1953, moved to a new building owned by Mrs. A.H. Logan.  The Town of Yadkinville began to make annual contributions to the library after this move.  In May 1958, the library moved to available space in the new county building.

In June 1962, the Yadkin County Board of Commissioners and the Library Board of Trustees approved participation in the Northwestern Regional Library and on July 1, 1962, the Yadkin County Public Library became a member of the regional system.

After four years of planning and fund raising ground breaking cermonies were held on January 21, 1971.  Construction began immediately, and on November 30,1971, the new library opened to the public.  The Friends of the Library have updated the interior of the library with new carpet, paint and lighting.  The front landscape of the library is currently being improved through a very generous grant from the  Foothills Duke Energy Retirees and a library friend.


Volunteer Opportunities

Adults and young people in middle school through high school are welcomed to volunteer at the library.  Please call the library to make arrangements with the Branch Librarian.



The library gratefully accepts donations in the form of money, books, memorial or honor books/items and other donations to enhance library services.

Donations in honor or in memory of friends or loved ones are gratefully accepted by the library.  At your request, each gift book/item donated or purchased with your donation willl have a special label which gives the name of the person to whom the book/item is dedicated and the name of the donor.

The library gladly accepts donations of books, DVDs, audio material and other items with the understanding that the items may be used in the library collection or used for whatever best serves the library.  We do ask that the items be in fair condition.  Upon request, the library will provide written acknowledgement of your charitable contribution.  Items may not be left outside of the library, but must be delivered during hours the library is open.

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