Do You Support a Proposed Tiny Library for Flagstaff?
The City of Flagstaff is seeking community input on a proposed tiny library project for Flagstaff. This project was approved to move forward to this survey by the Beautification and Public Art Commission made up of community members. We anticipate installation if the community is supportive.
This tiny library piece is the vision of local Jake Bacon, who has restored two British phone booths to create tiny libraries outside of his home in Flagstaff. The booths are iconic and serve as an attraction to neighbors and locals. They are lovingly restored and beautifully finished. Additionally, with large bookcases installed, they are a community resource for the cherished tradition of sharing free books with one another and furthering the cause of literacy to both young and old. The hope is the tiny library will be a resource for the visiting public and our community.
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