It's not Christmas yet, but who said wreaths are just for Christmas? Join us at the Runge Public Library at 3:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 18 as our intrepid instructor teaches us how to make a basic holiday wreath. We will have glue guns, some ribbon, and some decorations here, but you need to bring a base wreath (your choice of hay, wire, or Styrofoam), any decorations you want to put on it (like toys, ornaments, bows, etc) background green or garland and wire ribbon.
Once you get the basics down, you can make up a wreath for any occasion: holidays, birthdays, graduation, weddings—the sky's the limit.
What’s Cooking at the Runge Public Library?
I love cookbooks! I love the big, over-sized ones with scads of pretty pictures. I love the local Junior League or church collections. I love the ones full of recipes I can’t wait to try, and I love the ones with recipes I have no intention of making ever.
But cookbooks do have a downside: they’re expensive and, in many cases, huge. It’s difficult to justify the expense for one recipe you want to try, and once you have it, you have to find a place to keep it. Friends, your troubles are over. Come on down to the library and check out our cookbook section.
We have general cookbooks and cookbooks that focus on one kind of cuisine, celebrity cookbooks, Texas cookbooks, and community cookbooks. We’ve even got a cookbook that’s nothing but pie (and it’s awesome! You should totally check it out and bring me pie) Find something you like, check it out, try some recipes, then bring it back and try something else. No shelving hassles, no expense, just 100 different kinds of pie.