Lynda Petersen dropped by this morning to pick up 3 boxes of small-sized toiletries that were collected through the Little Free Library at American Legion Post 27 in Litchfield. (a list of needed items is on the inside door). She will be shipping them to a company of 85 Marines in Iraq! Books & Beyond! Bless her mission!
Books and Beyond
- Be Kind paint-a-stone project
- Books and Beyond
- Grand Opening
- LFL Artists
- Morris Marketplace
- New Steward
- News Box Little Free Library
A dollhouse from the Bethlehem Bunkhouse at All-Wright Acres in Bethlehem, CT will be retrofitted by artist Kathy Percoski, her fifth Little Free Library for Little Free Library at StoneHill, and placed in front of All Wright Acres.
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.
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.
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!
Rose Buckens and Jo Ann Jaacks brought our very special Little Free Library to be planted at the Litchfield American Legion Hall. We are proudest of this one because, in addition to books, we will be collecting travel-sized necessities to be sent to deployed soldiers, and at the holidays, we will be collecting toys for their children.