September 19, 2021 Local Stories in and Around St. Joseph, Illinois

Little library to be unveiled in Royal

The Iota Sigma Chapter of Psi Iota Xi has donated a Little Free Library to the Village of Royal.


The library is located in the Royal Village Park located on Main Street.


The library is stocked with books that village residents can take to read.

Some books include a note about who gave it or has read it. Residents may leave their own note in it when they are done reading the book. Residents can also donate books to the library.

The library will be officially opened on June 4 at 6 p.m.

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