Water Your Mind!
Adult Summer Reading Program
June 14 - August 1
Ready to Sign Up? Here’s What You Do:
- Register by picking up a form at the library
- Read or listen to books from June 14 to August 1
- Fill out a reading ticket for each book you read
- Any event that you attend counts as a book!
- Drop your reading tickets in the box provided at the library
- Tickets will be randomly drawn every Monday morning for weekly prizes
- All weekly tickets will be compiled for the grand prize drawing!
- Winners will be notified by phone
- Upon registering for the program, you may enter for a chance to win a rain barrel!
Once again, the Friends of the Ripon Public Library have agreed to donate 10 cents to the Ripon Area Food Pantries for each book read or listened to during our adult summer reading program. You have to be enrolled in the program for your books to count! Our goal is to read 1200 books this year! Please help out in this worthy cause. Watch for weekly book count updates!
Water Your Mind: Plant Flowers *
Thursday, June 17, 2:00-3:00
Amy from Flowers by David will lead a class on planting a beautiful flower pot. Take your flower pot home with you!
Afternoon Feature—Film to Be Announced
Thursday, June 24, 2:00-4:00
Escape the heat and humidity with an afternoon movie—water-themed, of course! Snacks will be provided.
Water Your Mind: Create a Flower Pot *
Thursday, July 1, 6:30-7:30
Local ceramicist, Kate Kraynek, will teach you to make a flower pot out of clay. Take your creation with you at the end of the evening—no firing necessary!
Water Your Mind: Calm Your Mind
Thursday, July 8, 6:30-7:30
Jenny Tumas—from Marigold Yoga—will lead a class on yoga and meditation.
Water Your Mind: Water Color Painting, Part 1 *
Thursday, July 15, 6:30-7:30
Rafael Salas, Professor of Art at Ripon College, will teach a lesson on painting with water colors.
Water Your Mind: Water Color Painting, Part 2 *
Thursday, July 22, 6:30-7:30
Professor Salas will be back for a second lesson.
Water Your Mind: Build a Rain Garden
Thursday, July 29, 6:30-7:30
Water Resources Engineer, Stephanie Prellwitz, will present information on rain gardens.
* These events require advanced registration. Please sign up at the Circulation Desk!