Hudson Little Free Libraries is celebrating Women’s History Month with the addition of some new books scattered throughout our three libraries around town.
A Voice named Aretha
50 Women in Sports
50 Women in Art
Who was Ida B Wells?
Who is Greta Thunberg?
Who was Dr Mae Jemison
Women Poets of the Harlem Renaissance.
Take a book. Share a book. Leave a book.
We gratefully accept donations of new or gently used books, as well as monetary contributions. All funds are used to buy books for young people with an emphasis on diversity.
Please visit hudsonyouth.org/HLFL to make your tax-deductible donation.
The libraries were constructed by the Hudson High School Technology Education Class, with materials donated by Ed Herrington Inc., and installed by the Hudson Department of Public Works.
This site is hosted by the First Presbyterian Church; by Columbia County Chamber of Commerce; and by the Hudson Youth Department at Oakdale Park
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