A mix & match of paper crafts event featuring a variety of small projects to brighten your books, organize your life, or spruce up your stationery collection - beautiful envelopes, page corner (monster!) bookmarks, and more! Adults and Teens 12 & up.
"The Book Thief," award winning historical fiction for young adults, by Markus Zusak. Adults and teens 16 & up.
Need the perfect accessory for that hard-to-match outfit? Look no further than this custom-made, gender neutral bracelet to flaunt your personality and style! All supplies provided. Adult and Teens 12 & up.
Students of the Green Lake Festival of Music's chamber music camp perform in the round under instruction of worl class musicians Anthea & Jason Duckles. Their specialty is bringing HUMOR and accessibility to classical music for all ages.
The Friends of the Ripon Public Library are pleased to host Wisconsin historian and author, Erika Janik on Friday the 13th of April at their annual meeting. Erika Janik is author of A Short History of Wisconsin and Odd Wisconsin: Amusing, Perplexing, and Unlikely Stories of Wisconsin's Past. Her work has appeared in "Midwest Living," "MyMidwest," "Wisconsin Trails," the "Wisconsin State Journal," "Wisconsin Magazine of History," and "The Onion." Originally from Redmond, WA, she now lives in Madison, WI.
Friends of the Ripon Public Library Annual Meeting:
1:30 P.M.- Ms. Janik will be sharing photographs and stories from her works. Books will be available for signing.
2:45 P.M.– Friends of the Ripon Public Library Business Meeting
Andrew Karleigh, the Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator in Fond du Lac County working with Glacierland Resource Conservation and Development, presents informational fun for all ages!
Using hands on, interactive learning tools, Mr. Karleigh will explore some of the commonly occurring aquatic invasives in our area, how they are spread, why they are not welcome guests, and what each individual can do to halt their proliferation. This free, informational and fun program is designed for school aged children up to adults.
For more information, please contact Linda DeCramer at 748-6160 or firstname.lastname@example.org.