People who live in communities without a cake pan collection can ask about an interlibrary loan, Rippel said, adding that people can check the Kansas Library Catalog online to find cake pans in libraries that have catalogued their collections.
This is so fantastic. Libraries provide consumable ideas and aids for consumption. Sometimes our needs can come in the way of being able to visit the library purely for the pleasure of books. With it being the only safe, free, public space for intellectual progression, the library is becoming more and more “practical” by providing classes, computers, and now kitchen items for lending. What do you wish your library had? And conversely, are there any potential collection materials that could jeopardize a library’s function?
Hey wow that … RULES. I LOVE THE LIBRARY SO MUCH. My local branch has memberships to a few different arts institutions in the area; I think they were donated by a patron or someone on the board. So like, last year I was able to “check out” the membership card to a local arboretum and visit it with my boyfriend for free. <3