The Historic L. Schenone Building was originally home to a theater, ice cream shop and restaurant when it opened in 1914. It’s a beautiful landmark right in the center of downtown Livermore.
Benita embarked on a quest to find all the Little Free Libraries of Livermore to take this wonderful collage of photos. There are currently six in town. They are located on 2nd St., 8th St., Meadow Ct., Pomona Way, Covington Way, and Jefferson Way. There are actually a few thousand around the world.
Want to learn more or even set up your own Little Free Library? Visit littlefreelibrary.org for more info.
Thanks Benita for discovering all the Little Free Libraries of Livermore. You rock!
Altamont Pass Road is a beautiful
drive ride full of sweeping curves, rolling hills and whirring wind turbines. It’s a relaxing alternative to 580’s white knuckling traffic.
These two love frogs are hiding on the left side of the Livermore Public Library.
The plaques read:
Both sculptures were done by artist Gary Lee Price.
Livermore Airport’s air traffic control tower, controlling Livermore’s blue skies.