Todd Bol, Creator and Executive Director of littlefreelibrary.org, will be the featured storyteller on Sunday, June 10 when Pearly’s Farmhouse Café holds a grand opening of their unique little free library inside the restaurant that overlooks the iconic covered bridge on the Housatonic River. Owners Sean and Justina Aylmer will be offering activities for all ages including stone painting, bookmark-making, a seed exchange, face painting of favorite fictional characters, snacks, singalong in addition to Tod Bol’s appearance doing story hour from approximately 9:30am-11:30am.
The restaurant, located at 421 Sharon-Goshen Turnpike in Cornwall, will be serving breakfast from 7am-1pm and lunch from 1pm-5pm. Pictured is two-year-old Essence Aylmer, choosing a book at her father’s Little Free Library inside Pearly’s Farmhouse Café in Cornwall.
For details, please contact Rose Buckens of Little Free Library at StoneHill at 203-770-4156.
Little Free Library at StoneHill
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