By: Staff Reports | Gwinnett Citizen
Club members Jeannie Schweck, Nadine Bily, Patty Gabilondo and Trish Biemiller

Little Free Library returns to Lilburn area this summer

Our fabulous dedicated volunteers from the GFWC Lilburn Woman's Club (LWC) Education Program are bringing back the Little Free Library to Lilburn this summer. Bring a book, read a book and then return a book (or multiples) to encourage reading and fight illiteracy in our community.

What: Little Free Library

When: Friday, June 6th Time: 4:00pm- 8:00pm

Cost: Free

How: Stop by our LWC booth at the Lilburn Farmer's Market located at 1400 Kilian Hill

Kids, parents and grandparents can't get enough of the Little Free Library hosted by the GFWC Lilburn Woman's Club Education Program.

Every week the members of the LWC are giving away dozens of free books for young and old alike to keep their reading skills honed over the long summer vacation and combat illiteracy in the community.

"It's a joy to see the look on the people's faces when they find a book that interests them and then they find out they can have it for free," states LWC Education Chairman Karen Snavely. "We simply ask that they return it or exchange it when they are finished reading so that others can enjoy it as well."

Drop by the LWC Education booth at the Lilburn Farmer's Market running from 4-8pm every Friday starting June 7th through August and check out the great selection.