Book Hacks: Store Your Treasures

Posted by SeekonkLibrary

Join us on Thursday, February 22 at 6 PM as we continue the Book Hacks series, where we take books that have outlived reading and make them into something useful. In this hack you will take the unassuming book and turn it into a hidden storage box, another reason to treasure your beloved books! No previous experience is necessary. A limited number of books will be provided; for planning purposes, please register on the library’s Events Calendar at or call Adult Services at 508-336-8230.

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