Little Free Libraries

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Little Free Library is a nonprofit organization that inspires a love of reading, builds community, and sparks creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges. The Webster Lake Association sponsors three Little Free Library boxes from June 15th – September 15th each year. The boxes contain adult and children’s literature. The idea is to take or leave a book at one of the boxes located around the lake to share with everyone. The box located at the Steadman Pavilion on Griffin Beach is actually a repurposed breadbox. The box at 75 Webster Avenue is a repurposed medicine cabinet. The third box is new and located at 30 Lake Shore Drive. Bruce Browne, volunteered to build and place it on his property. Many thanks to Laurie Brothers for coordinating this effort. Enjoy a summer of fun reading! For more information on Little Free Library go to


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