Receipts from the Wichita library now show the cost savings of borrowing materials instead of buying them.
Receipts from the Wichita library now show the cost savings of borrowing materials instead of buying them. Suzanne Perez Tobias The Wichita Eagle
Receipts from the Wichita library now show the cost savings of borrowing materials instead of buying them. Suzanne Perez Tobias The Wichita Eagle

Want to feel frugal? Check out your library receipt

October 27, 2016 01:06 PM

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  • Little Free Library dedication

    Wichita's Fairmount neighborhood has a new Little Free Library, thanks to donations and efforts by Storytime Village, the Rotary Club of Wichita and the Shocker Neighborhood Coalition. The library, at the corner of 16th Street and Gentry, was dedicated and filled with books Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017. Speakers included Wichita City Council member Lavonta Williams and Ted Ayres, director of community engagement for WSU.