The Grand Opening for the Little Free Library at Christ Church in Bethlehem, CT was held on a snowy Sunday following church services on December 10, 2017. Thank you Father Mike and Cathy Wheeler for facilitating this!
The Little Free Library in front of St. Michael’s Parish, 25 South Street (Rte 63-S), just off the Litchfield green, is requesting Harry Potter books of all kinds, in preparation for an awesome Harry Potter Experience fundraiser planned for February 2018. Books can be left in the back pew inside the church any time.
The youngest members of Christ Episcopal Church in Bethlehem, CT have filled their Little Free Library with books, preparing for the Grand Opening!
Rose Buckens added more books for the first Little Free Library of ten to be built by boy scouts on the nature trails of Woodbury, CT.
Little Free Library pop-ups appeared in front of Maison St. German (along with Santa Panda!) and Rustic Charm shops to celebrate Small Business Saturday on November 25, 2017. Businesses offered munchies and lots of post-Thanksgiving Day Christmas décor to begin the magic of the holiday.
This Little Free Library will be a museum piece! Bold and beautiful designs by artist Sean Bowen are the perfect match for the Institute for American Indian Studies in Washington, CT. The LFL was delivered by Rose Buckens and Jo Ann Jaacks while a film crew was making a documentary on the museum for PBS. Perfect timing!
The newly opened swap shop at the Morris, CT transfer station is beginning to take shape and get attention. On Friday, October 13, Rose Buckens provided two boxes of children’s books from the Little Free Library at StoneHill.
Judy Doran, owner of Charcoal Chef restaurant in Woodbury, CT, has been offering free books and puzzles in her enclosed foyer for 6 years and Rose Buckens recently visited Judy and bestowed an official registration on her inspiring LFL!