Little Free Libraries in Jupiter

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little free library logo Opens in new windowLittle Free Libraries offer a book exchange opportunity with the “take a book, return a book” philosophy and help to promote literacy for children through adults. Eight Little Free Libraries have been placed in various neighborhoods and locations within the Town of Jupiter, including:

  • Indian Creek Park
  • Pocket Park in Eastview Manor 
  • Daily Park in Pine Gardens North 
  • Ofc. Bruce St. Laurent Park in Pine Gardens South
  • Pocket Park Crossing in Jupiter River Estates
  • Abacoa Community Park
  • Jupiter Community Center
  • El Sol Resource Center  

Thank you to the artists from the Town of Jupiter Art Committee and a student from Jupiter High School who worked hard to decorate the Libraries in creative and inspiring themes: Brenda Nickolaus, Nina Fusco, Dana Sardano Sgambellone, Julie Medina, Julie Silk Beaumont, and Pamela J. Ayers.

Through these Libraries, millions of books are exchanged each year, increasing access to books for readers of all ages and backgrounds.  A non-profit organization, Little Free Library, helps to inspire a love of reading, builds community and sparks creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges around the world. 

Click here for more information about becoming a steward of one of the Little Free Libraries in Jupiter. For more information about the book donation guidelines, please click here.