Winter Book Sale

Buy books you always meant to read at the Friends of the Library huge book sale. Funds raised benefit the Friends of the Ridgefield Library.

The last hour will be “bag-a-buck”.

Teen-Tween Video Gaming

Don’t sit at home playing video games by yourself. Come down to the library with your friends and play video games with a whole group!

Meet the Author: Heidi Renee Mason

Heidi Renee Mason is a passionate romance novelist and crafter of your next Happily Ever After. She loves listening to the voices in her head (from her characters, of course) and creating worlds in which her readers can lose themselves for a little while. A native of the midwest, Heidi now resides in the pacific northwest with her husband and three daughters.

www.heidireneemason.wordpress.com

Compassion 360 Coffee Talk

The coffee talk will feature a presentation by Tiffany Gould on Homelessness in public schools. Tiffany is the Assistant Principal at South Ridge Elementary School and is the Federal Programs Coordinator for the Ridgefield School District.

Spanish Conversation Circle

Practice your Spanish-speaking skills with fellow language learners. For adults and teens.

Meet every Thursday.

Homework Club

Compassion 360 is hosting a homework club  for students in 1st-6th grades. The club includes free help, encouragement and support from teachers, tutors, parents and students. The club will also provide: snacks, open gym time, computer & internet access, and extra practice worksheets for math, reading and writing.

The club will happen every Wednesday January through May. Bring homework if you have it and a book to read. And, plan on the following schedule:

5:45-6:00 – Open Gym
6:00-6:30 – Session #1
6:30-6:40 – Snack Break & Celebration of Birthdays
6:40-7:05 – Session #2
7:05-7:15 – Weekly Highlights & Prizes
7:15-7:30 – Open Gym

If you have questions, please contact Randy Meade at 360-910-7770 or Kari Goode at 360-904-3876.

Farmer’s Market

Fresh Goods from Local Folks

Vendors with  goodies to sell, like amazing local produce, plant starts, photography, baked goods, soaps, coffee, jams, jellies, and some surprises!

The Market is a revival of the heritage of farmer’s markets of a time long ago, where on summer weekends the freshest produce and homemade products would be crowded onto tables early in the morning before becoming spaghetti sauce, cheese plate, or a floral centerpiece in someone else’s nearby home later that same day.