Have you ever wondered what’s so important about organic gardening? Not using harmful chemicals or fertilizers helps the environment and your health, but that doesn’t mean your plants are left to fend for themselves. There are still healthy ways to take care of your plants organically. On Thursday, June 1stat 6:30 P.M. learn about the effect chemicals have on gardens, environments, and our health at the Ripon Public Library. Discover different techniques and tools gardeners can use to support their plants in an organic way at this hands-on learning session with Brenda Block, Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach.
Does the end of the school year have you feeling like a zombie? Put your game face on and head over to the Ripon Public Library after hours on Friday, June 2nd at 6 P.M. for a teens-only Zombie Dice Tournament! Zombie Dice is a quick-to-learn game that has players play as zombies trying to be the first to eat 13 brains. Free fun, food, and a chance to win a copy of the game! Doors lock at 6:00 P.M. Please arrive a few minutes before the program starts to ensure you don’t miss out on the fun game night!
Ever wonder what classifies a stream as healthy or unhealthy? Or what impact our streams have on larger bodies of water like Big Green? Join the Green Team on this stream tour of all stream tours and discover the answers for yourself through a hands-on exploration fit for all ages!
Learn about stream sampling with the United States Geological Survey, witness the transformation of a restored stream system, and explore the macroinvertebrate world that calls our streams home.
Call Alison Thiel for more information – (920) 294-6480