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Location: Seattle area, WA

Little Libraries

There are 134 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

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2300 E. Yesler Way, Seattle, WA 98122
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2301 South Jackson Street, Suite 210, Seattle, WA 98144
1400 S Lane St, Seattle, WA 98144
713 Eighth Ave. S., Seattle, WA 98104
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1134 33rd Ave., Seattle, WA 98122
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Quest Bookshop (1.1 miles)
717 Broadway Avenue East, Seattle, WA 98102
525 S. Weller St., Seattle, WA 98104
401 South Jackson St, Seattle, WA 98104
1521 Tenth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122
701 East Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98122
516 Third Ave., W621, Seattle, Washington 98104
517 E. Pike St., Seattle, WA 98122
1211 East Denny Way, Seattle, WA 98122
1010 Fifth Avenue, Suite 420, Seattle, WA 98104
314 Marion Street, Seattle, WA 98104
1000 Fourth Ave., Seattle, WA 98104-1109
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Arundel Books (1.4 miles)
214 First Avenue S., Suite B-18, Seattle, WA 98104
218 1st Ave. S, Seattle, WA 98104
117 Cherry Street, Seattle, WA 98104
1833 Harvard Ave, Seattle, WA 98102
Revolution Books (1.4 miles)
89 S Washington St, Seattle, WA 98144
113 Broadway E, Seattle, WA 98102
340 15th Avenue East, Seattle, WA 98112
2821 Beacon Ave. S., Seattle, WA 98144
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600 Pine St Suite 107 (Pacific Place), Seattle, WA 98101

Local events

Allied Arts Beer and Culture: Lessons From the Showbox
Folio: The Seattle Athenaeum, Tuesday, October 23 at 6pm
A panel on how to proactively protect places we love
Co-sponsored by Folio, Ewing and Clark, and Historic Seattle

As part of Allied Arts' Beer and Culture series, a panel of urban preservationists and activists explore the lessons of the Showbox Theatre situation, how we got to this showdown, and what citizens can do to preserve iconic character structures such as the Showbox.

Panelists are: Eugenia Woo of Historic Seattle, Cynthia Brothers, founder of Vanishing Seattle, and Sam Farrazaino, developer of artist spaces and founder of Equinox Studios. The Showbox is in a building with multiple historic uses located right across First Avenue from the new Folio location in the Pike Place Market. (FolioSeattle)
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Folio Voices: Lisa Herbold and Matthew Richter on Saving Cultural Spaces
Folio: The Seattle Athenaeum, Thursday, October 25 at 5:30pm
How to keep places like the Showbox in our arts inventory.

Folio continues its new Happy Hour Conversations with two leading figures in the preservation of cultural spaces.

​District 1 City Councilmember Lisa Herbold represents West Seattle and South Park. She believes historic preservation is an important bridge to the city’s cultural roots in an ever-changing city. Herbold chairs issues related to the Arts as well as Economic Development on the Council and is an advocate for measures to preserve Legacy Businesses through incentives.

​Matthew Richter, who founded the art space Consolidated Works, and other art groups, helps developers find arts groups and vice versa, serving as the City's Cultural Space Liaison. (Richter was matchmaker for Folio's first space in the downtown YMCA.) David Brewster will moderate the discussion. (FolioSeattle)
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Folio Authors: 1,000 BOOKS TO READ BEFORE YOU DIE: Jim Mustich in conversation with Mary Ann Gwinn Co-presented with Elliott Bay Books
Folio: The Seattle Athenaeum, Monday, October 29 at 7pm
Join Mary Ann Gwinn in conversation with James Mustich as they discuss 1,000 BOOKS TO READ BEFORE YOU DIE. This compulsively readable literary guide is as entertaining, surprising, and enlightening as the thousand books it recommends, and it celebrates something every reader loves—the joy of discovery.

Providing over 900 pages of notable books, including classic novels, beloved mysteries, children’s books, poetry, memoirs, acclaimed contemporary fiction, seminal works of cultural criticism, and much more. The authors of the included books are diverse and span ethnicity, gender, race, and sexual orientation; they run the gamut from Javier Marías to Haruki Murakami to Colson Whitehead to Claudia Rankine to Jhumpa Lahiri.

Mustich will also discuss Seattle authors Neal Stephenson, Ivan Doig, Nancy Pearl, Betty MacDonald and Sherman Alexie.

James Mustich began his career in bookselling at an independent bookstore in Briarcliff Manor, New York, in the early 1980s. In 1986, he co-founded the acclaimed book catalog, A Common Reader, and was its guiding force for two decades. He has subsequently worked as an editorial and product development executive in the publishing industry. He lives with his wife, Margot, in Connecticut.

Mary Ann Gwinn is a Pulitzer-Prize winning reporter at the Seattle Times. Gwinn was for many years the editor of book reviews at the paper and now writes a regular column on books for the Seattle daily and other national publications. (FolioSeattle)
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Folio Voices: Paul Dorpat and Jean Sherrard on Now and Then
Folio: The Seattle Athenaeum, Wednesday, November 7 at 5:30pm
For the past 36 years, public historian Paul Dorpat has produced photo-history columns that pair an old photo of the city with a contemporary photo from the same perspective. Now from those 1,800 columns, Dorpat and his collaborator Jean Sherrard (who serves as the column's "now" photographer) have produced a coffee-table compilation, "Seattle Now and Then: The Historic Hundred." Dorpat and Sherrard will be on hand to show photos, talk history, and sign books.

Dorpat and Sherrard's epic chronicling of the city is sweetened with wit and peppered with an eye for the offbeat. In the debate about rapid growth and loss of character buildings, the book provides vivid evidence of losses and gains. (FolioSeattle)
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Will North
Eagle Harbor Book Company, Monday, January 18, 2038 at 7:30pm
Will North

WILL NORTH is the author of the novel The Long Walk Home. He divides his time between Seattle, Washington, and Great Britain. (added from Random House)
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