Teen 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!

 

POSTPONED - APRIL 4 Family NERF event

Family NERF event (for grades 3 + up with accompanied caregiver) 

Join in on this popular after-hours event, open to families for the first time! Space is limited. Call the library at 748-6160 to register, beginning on Friday, March 27. Caregivers must sign up, complete waiver and participate with their children in this team-oriented adventure. Limit of 3 children per guardian.  

The library will supply a cache of darts for everyone to use during the event. B.Y.O.B. (bring your own unmodified, dart-style blaster) if you have one! A small number of NERF blasters will be available for participants to borrow.  

Recommended: For those completing waivers in advance, they will be available beginning Friday, March 27. Legal guardians must pick up waiver. Library staff will not be handing them out to underage participants.

If waiver is not completed in advance, please arrive early on the afternoon of the event to sign waivers. Doors will be locked at 4:00 P.M.

POSTPONED - MARCH 28 Mad Hatter Escape Room (Ages 10 - adult)

Mad Hatter: Escape Room

Don’t be late for this very important date! Solve the clues and make it to the Mad Hatter’s tea party before the clock runs out at this Alice in Wonderland themed escape room. Participants must register, with a limit of 8 persons per time slot (call 748-6160 or stop by the library): 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2 p.m.

More times will become available if all time slots are filled. For ages 10—adult.  

FEB 14 ZENTANGLE HEART ORNAMAENTS

Ripon Public Library is pleased to announce special events during Ripon Area School District’s school recess days, Friday February 14 and Monday, February 17.    

Kids and adults of all ages are invited to drop in during library hours on February 14 to paint a Zentangle-style wooden heart ornament. This accessible-to-all art form is easy, fun, and promises amazing results for all. No-mess paint pens and ample ideas provided.

Registration is not required for either event. Children under age 8 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.  For more information on these events, plus a host of other exciting offerings, visit the library’s website or follow the Ripon Public Library on Facebook.

MAY 3 Dungeons and Dragons Campaign

Join our Role Playing Gaming Group for a Dungeons and Dragons Campaign on the second Sunday of each month at 1:00 P.M. at the library.

Role Playing games (RPGs) encourage storytelling and creativity as players assume character roles in a fictional setting. Most RPGs allow players to personalize their character by selecting their race, class, physical attributes, skills and abilities from descriptions in the gaming manuals for that particular gaming system.

Ages 13-adult or younger if accompanied by a parent.

Our April and May events will meet the first Sunday of the month to avoid holidays.

CANCELED - APRIL 5 Dungeons & Dragons Campaign

Join our Role Playing Gaming Group for a Dungeons and Dragons Campaign on the second Sunday of each month at 1:00 P.M. at the library.

Role Playing games (RPGs) encourage storytelling and creativity as players assume character roles in a fictional setting. Most RPGs allow players to personalize their character by selecting their race, class, physical attributes, skills and abilities from descriptions in the gaming manuals for that particular gaming system.

Ages 13-adult or younger if accompanied by a parent.

Our April and May events will meet the first Sunday of the month to avoid holidays.

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