Tuesday, December 12, 2017

CAKE PANS!!



Borrow a cake pan from the 

Red River County Public Library

to bake for a special event, 
a holiday or just for fun!

*Also note – we have several cake decorating books that can be found in
Non –Fiction call # 641.8


Cake Pan Policies:
* Pans may be borrowed for 5 days, and may be renewed if 
they aren’t on hold for another patron

* Overdue fines are $1.00 per day/per pan

* Return borrowed pans to the desk inside. 

To prevent damage 
to the pan, please do not return in the outside book drop.

* $2.00 will be charged for cake pans that are returned dirty.

* Please thoroughly hand-wash and dry the pans before 
and after use as a dishwasher may damage the metal.

Have you made a great cake? Send a picture for us 
to post on Facebook! Email to rrlibrary@email.com
Happy Baking!

Pans now available:
Christmas Tree
King/Queen/Princess Crown

Dinosaur

Gingerbread man

Sunflower

Horse/Pony

Tractor

Butterfly

Snowman

Cupcake

Horseshoe/Rainbow

Texas

Spongebob

Darth Vader

Friday, December 8, 2017

Literary Elf

Here at Red River County Public Library!
Come find him until the 21st of December, 
and enter our gift card drawing!
(All Ages Welcome)

IF YOU MISSED THIS WEEK:
Literary Elf enjoyed his last decent weekend weather of the year.
 Come find him tomorrow and enter the Christmas gift card drawing. No strings attached.

If you didn't find our Harry Potter library elf today, 
then there's something "Siriusly Ron" with you.

Our Literary Elf painting and appreciating the art section
 ~ we have a great collection to appreciate!

Wanted: You at the Library!
The Elf from Snowy River would like you to enter our Christmas 'draw'ing. 
See you soon!

“You have been my friend," replied Charlotte. "That in itself is a tremendous thing...after all, what's a life anyway? We're born, we live a little while, we die...By helping you, perhaps I was trying to lift up my life a trifle. Heaven knows anyone's life can stand a little of that.” 
― E.B. White, Charlotte's Web

There's a lot of wisdom in Junior Fiction - have you read one lately?