Kid's Program

Read On WI - Pizza & Prizes!

Ripon Public Library proudly supports Read On Wisconsin! ROW is a literacy program which promotes high-quality books for children, from babies to teens, throughout the state. Following the school calendar, each month, September through May, features a book for five different age-levels.  The 2012-13 ROW choices have been on display at the Ripon Public Library and readers have been reading them!  

Now it’s time for those readers to reap extra reading rewards in the form of a pizza & prizes party, to be held on Thursday, May 30 from 4-6 p.m. at the Ripon Public Library. This special event is reserved for those who have read a substantial number of books on their age group’s reading list. Please call the library, 748-6160 or email decramer@riponlibrary.org, to preregister so enough pizza can be ordered for all.

Read more to find out how many books you have read on the list!

 

10/18/19 NO SCHOOL - SCRATCH CAMP WITH FIRST LEGO LEAGUE

NO SCHOOL FRIDAY 10.18.19 FROM 1-3 P.M.

Coding with Scratch Camp: Learn basic coding through a Scratch project. FIRST Lego League members from Lego Multiverse will guide you to think creatively and collaboratively in creating a short animated program or game. Scratch is a programming language designed for ages 8-16.

Kids learn the basics of coding through experimentation with commands, logic, and mathematical concepts. You can also explore public games and animated programs on Scratch, and share your own!

FREE | NO REGISTRATION

CONTACT LINDA DECRAMER FOR MORE INFO | 920-748-6160 | DECRAMER@RIPONLIBRARY.ORG

SEPTEMBER 14 Maybe Something Beautiful

SAT SEPT 14 @ 10 A.M.

Maybe Something Beautiful : how art transformed a neighborhood by F. Isabel Campoy & illustrated by Rafael López | Book inspired by the urban art trail, San Diego, CA

Maybe Something Beautiful reveals how art can inspire transformation, and celebrates the smallest artists’ accomplishment of something big.
Pick up a paintbrush and join the celebration!
Experience the book & a collaborative art project— painted canvases for installation in the Children’s Department! Event guided by Carissa Sorensen

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