Little Free Library unveiled at fire station

Little Free Library
The 32nt Little Free Library is located at Fire Station #7 on Lindenwood Avenue in Fort Wayne.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)  The 32nd Little Free Library was unveiled during a ceremony Tuesday morning outside Fort Wayne Fire Station #7 located at 1602 Lindenwood Avenue.

The Little Free Library is based on the concept of “Take a book. Return a book.” the free-standing Little Free Library structures provide a way to share books freely throughout the community to promote literacy, to foster fellowship, and to enhance the quality of life for all citizens. This installation marks the 32nd Little Free Library sponsored by the Rotary Club of Fort Wayne, and is part of a year-long celebration to commemorate the Club’s 100th anniversary by installing 100 Little Free Libraries in the community.

The library kit was donated by Lancia Homes. It was painted and decorated by the firefighters of Fire Station #7.
Little Free Library

For more information about how businesses can partner with the Rotary Club of Fort Wayne to steward a Little Free Library, contact Candace Schuler (260-418-6142 or
clschuler@comcast.net).

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