News

June 12, 2018

Croque-livres are in your parks!

Inspired by the “take a book or leave a book” approach, the Croque-livres form a network of book-sharing boxes for children aged 0 to 12 years old. These drop-off points give children and their families free access to books. This initiative aims to bring together and engage communities around the pleasure of reading. You are welcome to leave some books for children aged 0 to 12 in the Croque-livres located in Parks Louis Warren by Ronsard or Ovila-Forget Streets and Michel-Mastromattéo (3rd Avenue) so that others can enjoy the pleasure of reading.

Louis Warren Park

From left to right:

Karène Proulx-Boucher and her daughter, volunteers;

Pascale Dupuis, culture and library director;

Denis Martin, Mayor of  Deux-Montagnes

Diane Labelle, artist-painter of the Croque-livres;

Frédéric Berthiaume, de la Gare district councilor.

Michel-Mastromattéo park

From left to right:

 

Denis Martin, Mayor of  Deux-Montagnes:

Margaret Lavallée, Du Golf district councilor:

Karyne Labelle, artist-painter of the Croque-livres;

Pascale Dupuis, culture and library director.