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Interesting neighbor -- Fran Delasho lives in Hartsdale at Hemlock Road, Hartsdale. During Christmas her husband and children built a little free library for her and for residents to take advantage of. Fran is encouraging others to also participate in the littlefreelibrary movement (http//littlefreelibraryorg). If you plan to encourage friends, family and neighbors to read and want to learn more about the program contact Fran or visit the website. I will periodically share information about this initiative with residents.
My daughter, her children, Jimmy, Jessica and friend Ed presented my husband and me with a custom built “Little Free Library” for Christmas this year. https://littlefreelibrary.org
Homepage - Little Free Library
This is such a special gift. My grandson Jimmy and Ed built the housing, my daughter Elena painted it and my granddaughter Jessica selected the “starter books” from the Friends of Greenburgh corner of the Greenburgh Library.
My husband and I had no idea what my daughter and her family were up to when they asked if they could use our storeroom to build a gift for us. What endued was lots of hammering and sanding. Also lots of speculation on our part to try and guess what they were making.
Needless to say this was a complete surprise. This is such a gift of love.
I love reading and my daughter and her family found a way for me to share this love and to bring the community together while encouraging reading and sharing. Take a book, bring a book, return a book. The library is located between 5 and 7 Hemlock Road at a school bus stop and across the street from the path to Ardsley High School It can also be located by zip code (10530)on the “Little Free Library” worldwide map link below:
Little Free Library Map - Little Free Library