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Only residents of Baycrest have access to this site. The one exception is this Home page.

 

BAYCREST LITTLE FREE LIBRARY

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The Little Free Library is a “take a book, return a book” free library exchange.  The library at Baycrest was established in the fall of 2015. 
This library is open to EVERYONE and is part of a world-wide network of book sharing.  It will no doubt be used most often by Baycrest residents and guests, but anyone can visit our library and borrow a book.


HOW DOES IT WORK?
Anyone may take a book to read, or donate a book to share. 
 Feel free to browse the books and take anything you want to read.
If you want to donate a book, simply put it in the library.
You do not have to donate a book in order to take a book.  Some donate many.  Others will just borrow and read.
The library operates on the honor system.  In order to keep the library full of good choices for our neighborhood, we rely on donations of good, used books.


WHERE IS THE LITTLE FREE LIBRARY?
Our Little Free Library is located on Baycrest Road, across from the upper mailboxes and next to the StarTribune newspaper stand.  


TELL ME MORE
Our Baycrest Little Free Library is chartered with the international organization, Little Free Libraries, LTD, a registered non-profit that supports neighborhood libraries around the world.
The Baycrest Charter is #31420, registered under the Village of Baycrest.  Look for our library on the Little Free Library website worldwide map. littlefreelibrary.org
To find our library on the worldwide map, go to littlefreelibray.org, click on the”Map” link, type in the Glenwood zip code.  

People familiar with the Little Free Library system will sometimes  look for library sites as they are travelling and drive through a community with the purpose of finding the library to borrow or donate a book!

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NOTIFICATION OF ALERTS FROM THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE

If you wish to be on the automatic call list to be alerted of any storm threats, please call the Sheriff’s Office at 320-634-5411.  See below: 

“Thank you for your interest in signing up for Pope County’s Emergency Notification System. We are proud to offer this new service to the public. An Emergency Notification System, or Reverse 911 as they are sometimes known, gives those in charge of Public Safety a chance to reach out to the public in case of an emergency event. This system, combined with our other emergency alert methods, is designed to get emergency messages to you the public, quickly and effectively. This does not preclude you from calling 911 if you need emergency information; it simply provides an opportunity for us to disseminate critical information to you if and when the need arises. The reason for this form is to gather as many means of contact as you may have, so that in the event of an emergency that affects Pope County, we can notify you in multiple ways.”

Important Notes:

§  We maintain a constantly updating database of all land line telephone numbers registered in Pope County. Feel free to list any additional land line phone numbers, however we are most interested in gathering cell phone numbers and email addresses.

§  This information will remain in the custody of the Pope County Emergency Management Department at all times, and will only be used for Emergency Notification purposes.