Little Free Library launches in Innisfil
People are encouraged to take a book, leave a book, and spread the word about this new community resource
News release from the Town of Innisfil
As part of a school project, Innisfil resident Daya Grover, a grade eight student at Kempenfelt Bay School, designed and built a “Little Free Library” which is located outside the Innisfil Recreation Complex.
“This has been a really fun project for me to do,” says Daya. “I not only got to learn about designing and building the structure to house the books, but also collect books that will keep the library full for a long time.”
People are encouraged to take a book, leave a book, and spread the word about this new community resource.
Image from Town of Innisfil – Christopher White, Head of School, Kempenfelt Bay School, Daya Grover, Mayor Lynn Dollin cutting the ribbon to the Little Free Library
“We are incredibly grateful to Daya for her vision and work on the Little Free Library and for donating it to the Town,” says Mayor Lynn Dollin. “I am so impressed with this young woman who will surely accomplish many great things in her future.”
A special thank you to Julie Arts, Store Manager, Alcona Home Hardware Building Centre for donating the materials and Joe Roberts for assisting with the construction.
Banner image from Town of Innisfil – Daya Grover stocking the shelves