Every Sunday on Second St. in the Village we host a unique market featuring fresh, local produce and artisan crafts.
The mission of the Prison Library Project is to provide books and educational resources to inmates nationwide.
Each month we invite an artist to display their work. We also host classes, community groups, musical events and speakers.
Great farmers market. Most of it's organic and the people are super friendly. Not all are from the immediate area but still good produce. We've been going here for years and will continue to.
This non profit is amazing. Wonderful store, more than reasonable prices, great quality and quantity of titles, super staff and loads of volunteers from the college. I pick up books from individuals who want to donate and drop them off here.
This bookstore is well-organized and they are super friendly. All proceeds go to the Prison Library Project. I donated books and found great reads for just $1. Don't miss this place the next time you're in the Village.
I'm finally learning how to read and spell!
Thank you in advance for the books you send to me. These books mean a lot to people in my situation. I'd be lost without your services.
Great way to spend my Sunday mornings with coffee in my hand. Love getting the sunflowers, and visiting vendors who sale organic produce. The apples are super sweet. Took the kiddos one morning and they received worms as they were taught how to compost. Love it!
Mistakes and poor choices got me in here. I know I am a different man now. You folks reach out to people at their lowest point and help bring them up. Thank you for being so kind. I will pay it forward when I get out of here.
The dictionary helps me study! I am getting my high school diploma in here soon. Thank you!"
It is hard to not go crazy in here. These books are my lifeline. I don't get much mail anymore. Your group feels like the only people in the world who know I'm alive.
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