Green Way StoryWalks


Chapel Hill's Green Way StoryWalks® feature diverse, culturally-relevant, environmentally-themed books to inspire learning about the earth and the environment, and to create connections between literacy, nature, exercise, and family time. With three locations and new books every month, there's always something new to explore!

At the Library


This walk starts on the paved path across Library Drive from the lower level parking lot, wraps behind the building, and ends near the pollinator garden. On your way back down the hill, take a slight detour to check out the nature play area, or see what birds you can view from the bird blind.
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The first StoryWalk post at Pritchard Park.

At Homestead Park


This loop starts on the sidewalk near the handicapped parking spaces on the far end of the parking lot, follows the path into the woods, across two bridges, past the playground, and ends near the dog park, a few yards from where you started.
Start here
The first StoryWalk post at Homestead Park.

At Umstead Park


This walk, our longest at just under half a mile each way, starts just before the bridge at the southeast corner of the parking lot and follows the Tanyard Branch trail through the woods and over bridges and boardwalks to McMasters Street.
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The first StoryWalk post at Umstead Park.

This year's titles

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The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montepelier, VT and develpoed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition and the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. Questions? storywalkvt@yahoo.com



Named partners on this project are Flyleaf Books and the Friends of Chapel Hill Public Library. This project is supported by grant funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) as administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (IMLS grant number LS-246155-OLS-20).