Volunteers Help Build 'Little Free Library' at Edina Senior Center

Volunteers Help Build 'Little Free Library' at Edina Senior Center Photo: Photo: Little Free Library

July 22, 2016 06:20 PM

West metro seniors now have a new place to pick up a free book.

A Little Free Library was built Friday at the Edina Senior Center. Volunteers who were in town for a marketing conference helped create several of the book stations as part of a service project while they were visiting.

The Little Free Library is a nonprofit organization that helps encourage literacy among kids and adults. The stations will be filled with books that community members can borrow for free as part of a neighborhood book exchange.

See a map of other Little Free Library locations here.


Jennie Lissarrague

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