Thank you to Kelly and Kasha Williamson
for your generous donation of time, materials and craftsmanship. Our Little Free Library was made from 98% recycled materials and is hurricane ready!
If you just walked past assuming that it's just another newspaper box, you've been missing out on the magic of our Little Free Library.
There are more than 75,000 Little Free Libraries in all 50 states. Through these Libraries, millions of books are exchanged each year, increasing access to books for readers of all ages and backgrounds.
Little Free Libraries started in 2009 as a single library.Todd Bol of Hudson, Wisconsin, built a model of a one-room schoolhouse, installed it in his front yard and filled it with books in memory of his mother, a schoolteacher who had loved reading. Neighbors and friends responded enthusiastically, so he built several more of the models and gave them away.
To participate is easy, stop by NPAA and browse the titles. There is a wide range of books-- fiction, nonfiction, and books for children.
The etiquette is "take a book, return a book", so while you may discover a new favorite, you're also encouraged to leave an old favorite for someone else to discover.
Flood Zone Information: Are you in or are you out of the flood zone? Click here to see the new FEMA rules.
Trash and Recycling Services: As snowbirds come and go and renters move in and out, it is important to know where to find information. You can access all of the Guidelines for Curbside Trash and Recycling Services, Water and Wastewater Management. Property owners may find this information helpful to give to renters.
Friends of Delnor Wiggins State Park: A nonprofit citizens’ organization for Delnor Wiggins State Park supporting environmental awareness, education and stewardship. For more information on how to get involved visit http://www.delnorwiggins.org