•  Community Parking Lots Using

    Princeton Mobile Book Center WiFi Access

    Book Distribution - at this time we are doing grab bags of books, based on age/reading ability/interest 

     

    Monday

    10:00-11:00

    Willows Apartments

    (Food Truck Available)

    1235 Chesterdale 45246

    Parking by Swimming pool

     

    11:30-12:30

    1100 Apartments 

    (Food Truck Available)

    1100 Princeton Square Circle 45246

    Parking by office

     

    2:00-3:00

    Centennial Apartments 

    (Food Truck Available from 1:00 - 2:00)

    9801 Mangham 45215

    Parking by office

     

    Tuesday

    10:00-11:00

    Colony Apartments

    (Food Truck Not Available)

    1 Kenilworth Court 45246

    Parking by office

     

    11:30-12:30

    Woodlawn Elementary

    (Food Distribution in School Available)

    31 Riddle Rd 45215

    Behind the school

     

    2:00-3:00

    St. Monica’s Rec Center

    (Food Distribution Not Available)

    10022 Chester Rd 45215

    Douglas Street Entrance 


    Wednesday

    10:00-11:00

    Heritage Hill Elementary School 

    (Food Distribution not Available, but Food Distribution at Willows Apartments)

    11961 Chesterdale Rd,  45246

     

    11:30-12:30

    Crescent Village Apartments

    (Food Truck Not Available, but Food Distribution at 1100 Apartments)

    5330 Crest Hill Drive 45246

    Parking by office

     

    Thursday

    10:00-11:00

    Marianna Terrace Apartment

    (Food Truck Available)

    10121 Shivers Court LH 45215

    Parking by Office

     

    11:30-12:30

    Village Green Mobile Home Community

    (Food Truck Available)

     7501 School Road 45249

    Parking by playground

     

    2:00-3:00

    Yorktowne Mobile Home Community 

    (Food Truck Available from 1:00 - 2:00)

    7260 Fields Ertle

    Location entrance: TBD - Near food services trucks


     


     
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What is the Mobile Book Center?

  • The Princeton Mobile Book Center started as a bus that was donated by First Student, Inc. in 2016. With $100,000 grant funding from the Scripps Howard Foundation, WCPO 9 On Your Side, Greater Cincinnati Foundation and Duke Energy Foundation, Princeton has transformed the bus into a bookmobile with technology to provide outreach opportunities to our community, students, and families.  No taxpayer funding is used for this community project.

     

    Click here to view the Friendraising Presentation

     

    2020 Summer Stops Schedule

    Click here to watch the channel 9 news story about the Princeton Mobile Book Center.

    Click here to watch the channel 9 news story about the PMBC Holiday Express.