Barriere’s Little Free Library: a Community Collaboration

We are so excited to announce that our Little Free Library in Barriere is up and running!

A true community collaboration, the Little Free Library came to life thanks to the financial support from one of our loyal patrons, Jay Deyman, who has supported the Barriere Library in the past with other projects such as the Barriere StoryWalk®. It was built by Barriere Secondary School’s Technology Educator Liam Fielding, and installed by District of Barriere park staff. A huge thanks to you all, who made this possible!

Barriere Library’s Branch Head, Pam Rudd, said it was a fun and meaningful project to work on.

“I am thankful for the collaboration and contributions enabling this project to become a reality, and am confident it will be well used in the community,” she said.

Pam will be regularly stocking the Little Free Library so there will always be an assortment of great reads, free for the community!

Read more about this project in the Barriere Star Journal. 

To learn more about Little Free Libraries, visit

Check out its early stages in the “before” photos below:

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