Heritage Lakes now has our own Little Free Library. So what is a Little Free Library?
Little Free Library is a worldwide movement to offer free books housed in small containers to members of the local community. Our Little Free Library is a re-purposed newspaper box that has been given a new look based on the work of renowned Canadian artist Ted Harrison by our volunteers and the talented artists at 4Cats Arts Studio here in St. Albert.
How do I Use our Little Free Library?
Stop by our Little Free Library and take a book or leave a book. It’s that simple! You can also promote our Little Free Library by taking a picture and sharing it on social media:
Heritage Lakes Community Association
@heritage_lakes / @4Cats_StAlbert / @LtlFreeLibrary
littlefreelibrary / 4Cats_StAlbert
Where Do I Find our Little Free Library?
South entrance to Hodgson Park (by École La Mission). Across from Hardcastle Place on Heritage Drive.
Thanks to 4Cats Arts Studio, City of St. Albert, St. Albert Public Library for support of the Heritage Lakes Little Free Library! And a special thanks to Stacy Giroux for all of her work to make this happen!