Horry County Little Free Library
Little Free Library is a nonprofit organization that inspires a love of reading, builds community, and sparks creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges around the world.
We joined the movement to share books, bring people together and create communities of readers. Little Free Libraries are being installed throughout Horry County. The project goal is to build community, spark creativity and inspire a love of reading. Here’s how it works!
● We initially stock the Little Free Library with a variety of books
● Anyone may stop by and take whatever catches their eye
● Anyone may bring books to contribute when they can
The Little Free Library is a project of CREATE! Conway, Conway Cultural Development and community partners, artists, and volunteers.
708 12th Ave. on the corner of 12th and Lakeside, Conway
1821 Racepath Ave. at the Community Garden in Racepath Community, Conway
1119 Naomi Ave. in the Chicora Subdivision, Conway
172 Talon Drive in Aquila Estates, Conway
179 Royals Circle, Conway
Thank you to our generous sponsors!
Conway Cultural Development
Simplicity Design and Renovation
Walker's True Value Hardware
Also, a BIG THANK YOU to Debanjana Bhattacharjee, Rachel Jones, Craig Stevens, Kitty Thompson, Beth & Tom Jordan, Laura Hunnicutt, and the Freedom Readers of Huckabee Heights who have added a touch of whimsy and their artistic flair to our Little Free Libraries!
The Conway Little Free Libraries will be located at several Conway and Myrtle Beach, SC locations. As each is installed, we will add the exact locations to the World Map and on the Website. Thank you to everyone who has volunteered to be a Steward of a Little Free Library!
If you would like to be a steward of a Little Free Library at your location, just send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Little Free Libraries are a global phenomenon. The small, front-yard book exchanges number 60,000 around the world in 80 countries — from Iceland to Tasmania to Pakistan. May 17, 2019, is the 10th anniversary of the first Little Free Library.