A Little Free Library is a collection of books where anyone may stop by and "Take a Book" and "Return a Book."
You can find other Little Free Libraries in our area and all over the world by visiting www.littlefreelibrary.org.
The Library and Centerville-Washington Park District are pleased to announce the newest Little Free Library within the Centerville-Washington Park District at Pleasant Hill Park located at 358 Zengel Drive. It was designed to resemble the iconic sunscreen at Woodbourne Library and was a gift from the Friends of Washington-Centerville Public Library to honor the contributions made by Kim Senft-Paras during her time as Director of Washington-Centerville Public Library. Enjoy these photos of the new location and plan your visit!
Yankee Park is part of the Centerville-Washington Park District and is located at 7500 Yankee Street. This project is a true community partnership, having been requested and funded by the Penbrooke Garden Club, designed and built by a group of Wright State University MBA students, and will be kept stocked with books by the Friends of the Washington-Centerville Public Library. The cheerful sunflower design is a nod to the Garden Club, and it includes separate spaces for children’s books and books for adults. Enjoy these photos of local kids exploring the newest Little Free Library!
Iron Horse Park is part of the Centerville-Washington Park District and is located at 6161 Millshire Drive. The park has its own replica of Old Ironsides in honor of the Dayton-Cincinnati Railroad that ran north and south through Washington Township. The south end of the track bed is preserved at Big Bend Park and the north end of the track bed is preserved at Iron Horse Park. Enjoy these photos of local kids relishing the Little Free Library!
Schoolhouse Park is part of the Centerville-Washington Park District and is located at 1875 Nutt Road. The park was named after Schoolhouse No. 1, the one-room schoolhouse that once stood across the street from the park entrance. Appropriately, the structure of the wooden library is a one-room school house balanced on the other side by an outhouse which would have been of the time period. This Little Free Library was the first in Centerville/Washington Township. Check out these photos of local kids appreciating the Little Free Library!
These Little Free Libraries have been supported through generous donations of time, talent and resources from these entities: