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“Little Free Library” Launch

A cute teeny tiny free book exchange opens in Duboce Triangle Sunday
By - posted 3/30/2014 No Comment

A “Little Free Library” works like the take-a-penny, leave-a-penny dish you see at liquor stores… only with books instead.

Take a book you’d like to read, return it when you’re done and bring along any other books you’d like to contribute.

There are thousands of these all over the country, but they are just starting to pop up in San Francisco.

The latest will be in Duboce Triangle on Noe Street between Market and 15th Street at the ever-changing “noesocute” advice standRibbon cutting is Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 11am. Free balloon animals for adults and kids.

Find more Little Free Libraries

Duboce Triangle Little Free Library Grand Opening
Sunday, March 30, 2014 | 11am
Between 221-233 Noe St. (near 15th St)

Yummy Lemonade! Plus we’re told there is A cute Meyer lemonade stand with drinks for sale to support Friends of St. Francis childcare.