December 4, 2015

Micro-Libraries

PSA-MS has built micro-libraries and placed them in front of small businesses in Summit and McComb. The libraries are stocked with a range of books and magazines, with the information card asking people to “take a book and leave a book.” More libraries are in the works, so stay posted.

The PSA micro-library installed at Topisaw General Store in McComb was painted by JPAC students Eleni Varnado and Kelsi Case.

The PSA micro-library installed at Topisaw General Store in McComb was painted by JPAC students Eleni Varnado and Kelsi Case.

The PSA micro-library installed at Village Flowers in Summit was painted by McComb School District students at The Summit school.

The PSA micro-library installed at Village Flowers in Summit was painted by McComb School District students at The Summit school.

The first micro-libary is installed at Topisaw General Store at 105 Main Street, McComb, MS 39648. It was painted by Jubilee Performing Arts Center students Eleni Varnado and Kelsi Case.

The second micro-library has been installed at The Village Flower & Gift Shop at 710 Robb Street, Summit, MS 39666. It was painted by students at The Summit, a McComb School District charter school.

The next Micro- Library is to be installed at PJ’s Coffee at 1213 Delaware Avenue, McComb, MS 39648. It was painted by Southwest Mississippi Arts Guild member Tracy Farrell.

If you are interested in sponsoring the installation of a micro-library at your place of business, please email us at programs@psa-ms.org or call 601.680.0342.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pike School of Art – Mississippi is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Pike School of Art – Mississippi must be made payable to “Pike School of Art – Mississippi” and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

 

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