Tiny Terror on the Square Location Change
The downtown event, Tiny Terror on the Square, sponsored by Ripon College's Office of Community Engagement, has been relocated to the Ripon Public Library due to the high likelihood of rain this evening.
The event runs from 5-7 p.m. with a host holiday activities for children - pumpkin bowling, face painting, pumpkin painting, games-of-skill including a myriad of tossing games, duck pond, button making and more!
Festivities conclude with a movie showing. Popcorn will be served. The movie, about a friendly ghost, is rated PG, recommended for ages 6 and up and lasts 90 minutes.
Downtown trick or treating and other TTOTS specials at businesses in the 100, 200 & 300 blocks of Watson street HAVE NOT BEEN CANCELLED.
A true Hallow’s Eve
Food Drive to kick-off the Holiday season
- Proteins: Canned meats such as tuna, chicken or fish are high in protein and low in saturated fat. Peanut butter is rich in protein and high in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated oils, the "good fats." These are among the most expensive foods -- too expensive for food banks to buy large quantities.
- Soups and stews. They are filling, particularly the "chunky" soups, and contain liquid for hydration. In addition, soups can be filled with protein and vegetables.
- Rice and pasta.
- Cereal, including oatmeal.
- Canned vegetables, including tomatoes and tomato sauce.
- Canned or dried beans and peas. Beans are a low-fat source of protein and Canned fruits.
- Fruit juice (canned, plastic or boxed). Make sure it's 100% juice.
- Prepared box mixes such as macaroni and cheese or Hamburger Helper.
- Shelf-stable milk. This includes dehydrated milk, canned evaporated milk and instant breakfasts.