Victory Heights Little Free Library Open For Business

Little Library 3Victory Heights now has its first of two planned Little Free Libraries up and running. Located just down the street from the park, passerbys will be able to borrow and add books to the custom-made shelters built by resident Robert Gordon. The boxes protects the books from the elements while enabling people to see the titles inside. Have an extra book lying around that you would like to lend? Put it in the library. Help yourself to a book as well, anyone can use it. You’ll find the Little Free Library on the north side of NE 106th Street, just east of 17th Avenue NE (due west from the park).

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Keith Dekker (left) and Robert Gordon installing the Little Free Library on NE 106th Street


Meanwhile, Robert is hard at work on the second Library which will be located on 23rd Avenue NE. Thank you Robert and Keith for your hard work!
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4 Responses to Victory Heights Little Free Library Open For Business

  1. Kate Waterous says:

    Robert and Keith – this is so wonderful! Thank you for your work and for making this great idea a reality for our neighborhood.

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  3. John C. Thorne says:

    We’ve just bought a house in the neighborhood.
    I am excited to see these going up.
    We’d love to host one if more are wanted/needed.

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