Library pops up in Butterfield

Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Leigh Ann Self, left, and Jenny Frazier, go through books and DVDs at the Pop-Up Library location in Butterfield in the parking lot of the Stage Stop convenience store. A new concept, the Pop-Up Library offers a library resource and alternative for residents who do not live near a library, or just cannot get to one. A library card is not needed, and residents can return the items checked out, or bring a like-item back. Items can be returned to any location, and no late fees are assessed. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Leigh Ann Self, left, and Jenny Frazier, go through books and DVDs at the Pop-Up Library location in Butterfield in the parking lot of the Stage Stop convenience store.

Jenny Frazier, who works for the Monett Branch Library, finds some good children's' books to check out, at the Pop-Up Library in Butterfield. The Pop-Up Library also has crafts for children who stop by. The Barry-Lawrence County Library System came up with the concept as an outreach service to the community. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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