Reference Webpage for Free Little Libraries

By on December 18, 2017

Supervisor Bill Reilich announced that the Town of Greece will be composing a webpage on their website that residents can use as a reference to find other Free Little Libraries around the community. This decision came after receiving an outpouring of positive community feedback and support regarding the recent announcement of a Free Little Library to be temporarily placed at the Greece Community and Senior Center before making its way to the Spray Park/Playground Area in the Spring.

The Town of Greece is asking folks in Greece to take photos and send in location information for Free Little Libraries around our community which can put up on their website. Please note that if you do not own the Little Library, we ask that you get permission from the owner before forwarding to us. They would also like to encourage neighborhoods and local businesses who may want to construct their own Free Little Library to participate and notify us so we can share the information with our residents.

The concept of a Free Little Library is that families and children get a book from the “library” and also drop off books that they have already read for someone else to enjoy. It is set up so people can keep the books, pass them along, and/or share them as a community – no one is ever required to return the books and it in no way replaces all of the great opportunities to borrow books from our amazing Greece Public Library Branches.

Photos can be uploaded to Supervisor Reilich’s Facebook page and once received we will start to compile the information to share with the community.

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