The Daily Tar Heel

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Thursday March 30th

Chapel Hill Public Library

The Chapel Hill Public Library was established in 1958. It was located on West Franklin Street until 1967, when it moved to its current home off of East Franklin Street, at 100 Library Drive. 

The library offers a large selection of books as well as a digital media lab. The library was last renovated in 2011. It moved to a temporary home at University Mall until the renovations were completed in 2013.

B3 Coffee team members Lauren Winnix and Alex Martel (left to right) work the kiosk on opening day at the Chapel Hill Public Library on Saturday, July 9, 2022. Photo courtesy of B3 co-founder Jacklyn Boheler.

Being, belonging, becoming: B3 Coffee holds grand opening at Chapel Hill Public Library

B3 Coffee held a grand opening for its first permanent kiosk in the lobby of the Chapel Hill Public Library on Saturday, serving about 150 customers throughout the day.  Jacklyn Boheler founded the nonprofit B3 Coffee with two other UNC graduate students to use coffee to help bring people together and work towards the destigmatization of disabilities.  For the past two years, B3 has been holding pop-up coffee events and catering services across the Chapel Hill community.

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