The youngest members of Christ Episcopal Church in Bethlehem, CT have filled their Little Free Library with books, preparing for the Grand Opening!
Tag: children & books
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.
Rose Buckens surprised Barefoot Books Ambassador Marsha Miles with her very own Little Free Library to plant in Torrington, CT while both were showing at the Family Nature Day event at White Memorial in Litchfield. There won’t be a problem finding books for this Little Free Library!
A Grand Opening for this very special Little Free Library built by Dan Cassidy and placed atop a vintage desk provided by Rose Buckens will be scheduled soon!
On Saturday, August 12 from 10am-12noon, True Value in Bethlehem will welcome a Little Free Library pop-up visit. A vintage dollhouse and a red Radio Flyer wagon stocked with free books for adults and children will be stationed in front of the store. Rose Buckens and Jo Ann Jaacks of Little Free Library at StoneHill, who are currently building and “planting” 32 lending library boxes in the Litchfield Hills, will also offer children’s activities including make-your-own-bookmark and the opportunity to paint a stone as part of the Art Abandonment project.
True Value is located at 101 Main Street S in Bethlehem. For details about Little Free Library, the contacts are 203-770-4156 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On June 23, 2017 the official Grand Opening of the Little Free Library #46,391 at New Morning Market in Woodbury was held amidst the annual fundraiser for Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury, which helps victims of domestic violence. There was a BBQ with locally provided hamburgers & hotdogs, as well as ice-cream sundaes from Arethusa Farm Dairy in Litchfield. Four singer/songwriters performed and Little Free Library of StoneHill provided many free books, a make-your-own-bookmark table and a chance to paint and hide a “Be Kind” river stone to be found by someone else. Artist Charlotte Adams was on hand to join the festivities with her family and John, the owner of New Morning Market gave his granddaughter the honor of placing the registration on the box.
Little Free Library pop-up is held each Thursday from 5pm-7:30pm at the Morris Marketplace on Higbie Road in Morris. We offer a large assortment of books for children, young adults and adults, plus bookmark making and an opportunity to paint a stone for our Be Kind project.
The Silly Sprout, a unique children’s boutique offering a carefully chosen diversity of toys, clothing and books suitable for birth to ten years old, will add a Little Free Library pop-up visit to their busy studio schedule on Friday, June 30. Onsite classes that day begin at 9:30am with a music class for infants-3 year-olds, a 10:30am music class for 3-5 years old and Paint and Play from 11:30am-5pm.
A vintage dollhouse stocked with free books for adults and children will be stationed in front of the boutique from 9:30am to 2pm, and presented by Rose Buckens and Jo Ann Jaacks of Little Free Library at StoneHill, who are currently building and “planting” 32 lending library boxes in the Litchfield Hills.
The Silly Sprout is located at 469 Bantam Road (Rte 202) in Litchfield. For details about Little Free Library, the contacts are 203-770-4156 or email@example.com.