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In the early 1980's, the Town of Boone, North Carolina received the wonderful gift of the historic Jones House. This was made possible by the forsesight of Mazie Jean Jones Levenson, daughter of Dr. John Walter Jones and his wife Mattie Blackburn Jones who built the house in 1908. Concious of the need to preserve the history of Boone, Mazie has provided Boone with many gifts wrapped up in one:
- a beautiful turn-of-the-century home listed on the National Historic Register.
- a home for the Downtown Boone Development Association.
- a gallery space for numerous artist to display their talents.
- a meeting place for community groups.
- a repository for historical artifacts from the early days of Boone and Watauga County.
- a great place for families to visit and enjoy the annual July 4th and Christmas parades the Town of Boone has to offer.
|The Jones House Community and Cultural Center provides:
- Meeting rooms that are available to community groups at a minimal charge.
- Art galleries and exhibits. Admission is free of charge during regular gallery hours. Gallery hours are from Noon to 5:00 pm from Tuesday to Friday year round.
- House tours. Groups wishing to tour or use the facility should call or write at least two weeks in advance.
- Children's groups must have adult supervision.
- A beautiful space for weddings and other private special events.
- A space for weekly traditional music lessons open to ALL ages and playing abilities!
For More Info:
The History of the House
Take a Visual Tour of the House