The North County Branch first opened in July 1979 in a trailer on a site in Clinton that was formerly the Daz O'Dell. Seven years later the library moved to a storefront in the Grey Rock Plaza and three years later the library opened in Annandale Square where it remained for ten years. In 1999, a new branch was built in Clinton Town, incorporating the former Grandin Library, an endowment library that had been a vital part of Clinton Town for 101 years. The Grandin Library is honored in the North County Branch Library with a small conference room containing materials and furniture from the original library and furnished by the Friends of the Hunterdon County Library.
Downstairs Display Cases: Metaphor in Wood – Bloomsbury carver/turner Hal Murray allows the natural patterns, colors and even flaws in natural materials to inspire meaning & inspiration in his beautiful bowls, statues and other creations.
Art Show: A Lifetime of Love – Artist Phyllis Kapner paints personality and joy into her depictions of pets, gardens, her grandchildren and even unique interpretations of other famous paintings. Enjoy this multimedia show of oils, watercolors, shell mirrors and more!