The NFRC wishes to thank the Lockport Rotary again for its generous gift to fund the construction and placement of two Little Free Libraries in Lockport. The first one was installed this week on Washburn Street on the site of the Imagine Community Gardens. The second one is in the process of being built. For the expert construction of both LFLs, sincere gratitude goes to Paul Lyons who gave generously of his time and carpentry talents to benefit this worthwhile community outreach project.
The first NFRC's first Little Free Library (LFL) was installed at the Pendelton Town Hall on December 13, 2017. The project leaders were long-time NFRC members Renney Staples and Judy Bradbury. Paul Lyons generously donated his time and carpentry skills to build the LFL. A special thank you to all involved. Check out our LFL Outreach page to learn more about this ongoing NFRC Outreach program, or visit the Little Free Library website to learn more about this project! If you're interested in making a donation for materials or if you would like to volunteer your time and build one for the NFRC, please let us know!
NFRC Spring Brunch
Niagara Frontier Reading Council
The mission of The Niagara Frontier Reading Council is to promote literacy education, encourage professional development and provide community service that fosters literacy within Western New York. We hope to instill a passion for lifelong learning and to encourage readers to build a vision of the future.