Tuesday, February 24th @ 6 P.M.
Catch up with what other readers are enjoying over a cup of coffee! Unlike traditional book clubs, there are no assigned books. Instead, read what you like and then choose how you share your reading experience. This adults-only reading group meets at Mugs Coffeehouse on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 6 P.M.
Check out what we've been reading:
Wisconsin state tax forms arrived on January 14th - available while supplies last.
"When are you getting tax forms?" That's a question many patrons have been asking lately. Unfortunately, we have some bad news. As a result of the 2015 Omnibus Appropriations bill, funding for the Tax Form Outlet Program - which supplies federal tax products for free to public libraries throughout the country - was drastically reduced. The only federal tax forms available for free at the library, once they arrive, will be:
The library will not be receiving any federal instruction booklets or other forms / schedules for distribution. The library has obtained a limited number of instruction booklets that can be checked out at the front desk, as well as one reference copy of each.
Library staff will be happy to print out any forms you may need (at a cost of $.10 per page). Alternately, patrons may order federal tax forms by mail by calling 800-829-3676 or visiting: http://www.irs.gov/uac/Forms-and-Publications-by-U.S.-Mail
Federal tax forms are available online to view and print online at: http://www.irs.gov/Forms-&-Pubs
State tax forms are available as in prior years at the library while supplies last. Patrons may request state tax forms by mail by calling 608-266-1961 or online at: http://www.dor.state.wi.us/html/formpub.html
If you already have high-speed Internet service at home, you can take home thousands of movies and TV shows with one Roku - all you need is your library card and a photo ID. Connect one of the library's Roku devices to your TV and Internet connection and then enjoy Amazon Prime Video con
This initiative aims to ensure that all children in the Ripon area have acquired the preliteracy skills necessary for scholastic success.
All children under age 5 are invited to participate in this free program, which supports children and caregivers on their 1000-books-read journey!
Please visit the library to register today!