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Little Free Library
Where Are We In CLT?by Porter Metzler on April 8, 2020
Charlotte Mecklenberg Libraries may be closed for the time being (except for their wide variety of digital resources, which we hope you take full advantage of) but there are still dozens of ~much smaller~ libraries in full operation all across the Queen City.
Next time you go for a neighborhood stroll, keep your eyes open for one of these tiny birdhouse-esque buildings and you’ll find a small assortment of books ready and waiting to be read. Pick up a book to take home or pay it forward by adding a few from your personal collection. These little free libraries are a part of a very appropriately named nonprofit, Little Free Library.
This blue jay inspired Little Free Library can be found on a section of the Little Sugar Creek Greenway at the corner of Westfield Road and Fieldbrook Place just behind Park Road Shopping Center. Click here to find a Little Free Library near you.
Be sure to wipe down any books and wash your hands when you get home!
This Queen City exploration is powered by OrthoCarolina.Directions: 3327 Westfield Rd, Charlotte, NC 28209