Tuesday, December 12, 2017


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


Gingerbread man










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)

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?

Friday, November 17, 2017

Our Christmas Elf will be here soon!

Our Christmas Elf will be at the RED RIVER COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY!

Step #1 - Visit us in the library (EVERY day - or ANY day between December 4-21)
Step #2 - Find the elf in his new position
Step #3 - Enter our Christmas giveaway

I'ts that easy!

There will be one giveaway for the kids (of course), and one for the adults (because we like to play too!)
*If you're not interested for yourself, enter in behalf of someone else!

**Receive an extra entry for any picture of the elf you take and post on Facebook -tagging the Red River County Public Library!

Come join the fun - we're excited to see you!

Wednesday, November 15, 2017


Yearbooks are on the digital library!
The yearbooks we have on hand, are now available to search in the digital library!
If you are looking for the following:

The Clarksville 'Scurry Rosser' of 1959
The Clarksville 'Long Staple' of 1917/1921/1928
The Clarksville 'Tiger Claw' of 1937-2014
The Annona 'Yowl' of 1956-65
The Avery 'Bulldog' of 1950 and 1956-1972
*please note some years may be missing

You can now find them by clicking on the old bank picture in the right hand column of this website.
The picture looks like this:

See it?  It's right over there >
Once you have clicked on this picture, it will automatically take you to the Northeast Texas Digital Collections where you can enter the name of the yearbook you are searching for in the search bar.  If you have a specific year in mind, you can enter that as well.
If you have any questions, please contact us and we will attempt to walk you through it.

Friday, October 20, 2017

Fall Bazaar - 2017

Isn't this picture the BEST?! We really loved having some of our talented local authors with us for Fall Festival! Thanks to them for sharing their time, and thanks to all who came out to visit. (L to R: Reavis Wortham, Louis Antonelli, Johnie Lee, Martha Stroud, Marion Butts -not pictured Gerald McDowell) *Join us on Facebook and 'like' our page for information on upcoming events!

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Summer Reading for ADULTS (Ages 14 - 114)

If you'd like to join our Adult Summer Reading Program, from home, feel free to cut/copy/print this page to use as an entry form as many times as needed. Otherwise, we'll have forms here in the library ready for you when you come to check out your books. 

Don't forget that our ebooks and audiobooks on Overdrive count as well!

And, if you need a refresher on how it all works:
Summer Reading for ADULTS (Ages 14-114)!
Begins: June 12th!

How it works: *Pick up a reading log at the Reference Desk- *read 2 books per log- *enter your completed log (or logs) for 3 drawings to be held July 31 (Kindle/Amazon Gift Card/Fitness Tracker.) 
There is no limit placed on the number of logs you can enter. So, whether you’re a longtime patron, or brand new, pick up a log and start reading for your chance to win some really great prizes! 
 (A weekly drawing for a canvas library bag will be held as well.)

Name:                 Phone:
Book #1___________________________
Book #2___________________________

Friday, May 19, 2017

OVERDRIVE - It's worth your time to read this!! I promise.
"Lots of people like to go out to their local libraries to borrow books and other forms of media, sometimes to learn something new, and other times just to be entertained. But it's not always easy to make it to the library; it may be closed, the weather may be inclement, or some people may generally have difficulty getting around. Wouldn't it be nice if the library could come to you instead?
It's time for you to meet OverDrive. With OverDrive, you can borrow and enjoy materials from your local library or school's digital collection, including audiobooks, e-books, music tracks, and movies. And all that you need to access it is a valid library card.
So what exactly is OverDrive?
OverDrive is an online repository of audiobooks, e-books, videos, and music accessible to library patrons worldwide. The content available differs between each institution, and most borrowed materials are available to be enjoyed for a limited time through the OverDrive website or app.
What is the OverDrive app, then?
The OverDrive app is a program available for desktop computers, tablet computers, and smartphones. It allows access to the content of library materials that are borrowed from OverDrive and then downloaded onto your device, instead of being accessed directly on the OverDrive website.
How much does OverDrive cost?
Zero. Zilch. Nada. That's right, OverDrive is completely free to use.
You won't even be charged late fees, ever. That's because OverDrive automatically deletes any items that you've borrowed from your account once their lending periods are up. Or, if you've downloaded certain items (using programs like the OverDrive App or Adobe Digital Editions), they'll automatically deactivate on the services that you used to access them. This means that you won't ever have to remember to do it yourself, and so you'll never get fined." - Techsoup

So, take a look and see OverDrive fits your needs.  If you need help, come see us at the library and we'll help get you started!

Monday, May 15, 2017

Story Time and Lego Challenge are Coming this Summer!

Don’t miss Tuesday’s at the Library!
10:30 – 11:00

(Beginning JUNE 13th!!)

(Ages 3 - 7)

(Ages 8 - 12)

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

New Arrivals......

New arrivals February 27, 2017

Tuesday, January 24, 2017