Newton, NC – The Catawba County Library has launched their Summer Learning Program for 2017 with this year’s theme of Build a Better World. Just like last year, there is a reading and learning track for adults as well as kids, which means fun and interactive programs for all ages.
Mark Rostan of Campfire Homes will be at the Main Library in Newton on Thursday, June 22nd at 6:00 pm to talk about tiny houses and what it takes to live in a 200-500 square foot home.
Included in his presentation are considerations for downsizing, moving a tiny house, and zoning requirements. A 200 square foot model home will be available onsite for tours during the program.
Campfire Homes (www.campfirehomes.com) are built in Granite Falls, NC, where their first tiny house model rolled out in 2015.
The Main Library in Newton is located at 115 West C St., Newton NC, 28658. For more information, please visit www.librarynews.catawbacountync.gov or stop by your local branch.
Tiny House by Campfire Homes