How are you beating the heat? Lots of people have been coming to the Library, where it is air-conditioned and where we have plenty of things for folks of all ages and interests to do.
With a watery Summer Reading theme of “Make a Splash: Read!”, we have lots of “cool” programs – plus ice cream coupons, passes for the pool or beach and even foam water shooters as reading incentives. There are drop-in storytimes Mondays and Saturdays, teen movies on Fridays, Hollister Film Series offerings on selected Wednesdays, evening PJ Storytimes and much more. Check www.ridgefieldlibrary.org for a complete schedule.
Avoid overheating your home computers by using one of our workstations, or bring your laptop and settle in to our comfortable environment to check your email or do research.
Too hot to go outside? Pick up some DVDs (how about something set in the chilly Arctic?) – or even a suspense novel to send chills up your spine!
The governor’s office and other officials are urging people to prevent heat-related health problems and to avoid unnecessary strain on the electricity grid, so stay cool and conserve energy by coming to the Library.