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Little Free Library

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The Little Free Library movement seeks to build community and promote

the love of reading by encouraging free book exchanges.

Begun in 2009 in Wisconsin, USA, the premise of “take a book, return a book” with small book shelters has grown to well over 50,000 book exchanges worldwide. Currently South Interlake Regional Library has Little Free Libraries in the Town of Rosser (at the RM office), the Town of Grosse Isle (at the mail boxes), the town of Balmoral (outside the Rec Centre) and the Town of Stonewall (in the playground near the soccer fields).

To learn more about the Free Little Library movement visit

This initiative was made possible by the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th, a collaboration between Interlake Community Foundation, the Government of Canada, and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast to coast.

Logos from Community Foundations of Canada, Canada 150 and Government of Canada

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