Little Free Library at City Hall

August 8, 2018

Our Little Free Library is open right in front of City Hall! The purpose is for residents to take a book and replace it with one of their own. We plan to continue encouraging reading with the help of the Danbury Library.

The Little Free Library was created by the Danbury Library and the Friends of the Danbury Library. Our Council President Joe Cavo hosted the dedication.

We hope you will join us in fostering a sense of community engagement by stopping by and participating in this book exchange.

Learn more about the nationwide program: https://littlefreelibrary.org/

 

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