The Little Free Library Cochranville:
A little-bit-bigger little free library
CURRENT EXHIBITION at the LFL:
Artist Libbie Sofer kicks off our new exhibition series with Transported, curated by artist and Library volunteer Angella Meanix.
1016B PA Route 41, Cochranville, 19330
about 3.5 miles north of Street Road Artists Space
Street Road has established the Little Free Library Cochranville as a community resource where people gather to explore, interact and imagine. As well as shelves packed with free books, we offer dedicated shelves curated by community members, children’s book readings, art classes, art exhibitions, public lectures, and book groups. We welcome ideas for classes and activities so please let us know what is of importance to you.
LITTLE, BUT BIGGER: Because we are bigger than other little free libraries (littlefreelibrary.org) we have free books, a lending section and a permanent collection, all visible here on the Libib app, so we’re sure to have the book for you.
Drop by and grab a book, make use of the free wifi, and pull up one of the armchairs and spend a comfortable afternoon reading and chatting – there is also a large desk that can be used for studying, and if we can be of help so much the better.
Our values of cooperation and inspiration and a very good cup of coffee sit at the heart of the Little Free Library, and the best part is that it’s free to everyone.
OUR CATALOG: Libib - LFL19330.libib.com
(view our books here - well, most of them... bear with us while we get the catalog up and running)
EVENTS / WORKSHOPS: Follow our Instagram, or sign up to receive Street Road email blasts (bottom of this page) to be notified of all our events.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO HELP?
As a resource that is always free to the community we are grateful if you wish to volunteer your time as one of our librarians, to donate books, or to offer your experience and talent to host a class or activity of your choice.
THE BLOG: Check out our record of the building of the library, from the first thought of "We should..." on Friday December 22nd, 2017: http://www.streetroad.org/little-free-library1
The Little Free Library on INSTAGRAM (LFL19330):