Turns out that after we left books at four more Little Free Libraries today we have at least another fifteen to track down. I found a new list on Google for them. It's likely that there are even more, home-built and not registered with the Little Free Library organization. But here's what we found today:
In other spring news around town:
It was Kids' Day at the Denai'na Center, an opportunity for every kid-related business and organization in town to pitch their programs. Theater, karate, Pre-K, summer camp programs, the military, Franz Bread, banks, and dozens of other groups showed up. The stage at one end of the first floor had shows, and lots of small groups of performers waiting their turns (or having already performed) wandered around in costumes. Kids got face paint, balloons, pencils, chances to make crafts, balls signed by sports personalities, and opportunities to toss basketballs, win prizes, and watch puppets.