Read, create, explore and learn all summer long! Summer at Your Library runs from June 15 through August 15, 2022. Track your reading and other activities for a chance to win the grand prizes, and join us each week for free, fun virtual programs for all ages!
How to play
Step 1: Register online or in a library
Kids and teens get a book to keep when they register, starting June 15. If you register online, come into the library to pick out your book. (While supplies last.)
Step 2: Track your activities
Use the Beanstack website or the Beanstack Tracker app:.
For Android on Google Play
For Apple iOS on the App Store
Or the print-at-home log (PDF)
Or make your own tracking log!
Step 3: Play along
READ for 30 days
EXPLORE your world
Step 4: Prizes!
Everyone who finishes the challenge will earn an entry into our fabulous grand prize drawings. Winners from each branch and each age group will win a shopping spree to a local store.
Kids and teens also get a special library tote bag just for Summer at Your Library finishers.
Trenton S. is a Grand Prize Winner in the 2022 Fort Vancouver Regional Library Bookmark Contest for his excellent bookmark design. Trenton received art supplies from Medallion Art School and a certificate for lessons as his prize. The Fort Vancouver Regional Library District is delighted to award him a framed bookmark.
Trenton’s bookmark design will be printed into hundreds of bookmarks which patrons across the whole library district will use and treasure.
Please congratulate Trenton if you know him!
The Friends of Ridgefield Community Library is once again accepting like-new book donations for a limited time. The current drop off location is at the Ridgefield Community Library. Donated items must be clean and in readable condition. Hardback fiction books should have their dust jackets. We are unable to accept books that smell of smoke or are dirty, water-damaged, mildewed, or in otherwise poor condition. Other items we cannot accept include encyclopedia sets, magazines, textbooks, and technology books that are out of date. We are currently collecting books for our June 4th Spring/Summer Used Book Sale. We have limited storage space available, and need to be very selective in the books we accept and offer for sale. Please do not drop off large numbers of books at one time. Contact the Friends at email@example.com for more information.
On behalf of the Friends, we thank you!
Important Announcement Regarding Book Donations to the Friends of Ridgefield Community Library
Effective immediately, the Friends of Ridgefield Community Library are placing a “temporary pause” on accepting used book donations from the community. Please DO NOT leave your like-new used books on Judy Reel’s front porch, or at the library until further notice. I will happily notify you as soon as the Friends are able to lift the “temporary pause.”
The Friends appreciate and value the book donations from the Ridgefield community, and we look forward to being able to accept your like-new used books in the near future. Until then, please continue to support the Friends by shopping at the Friends Used Book Store in the library, and by attending our used book sales.
The “temporary pause” WILL NOT affect the Mystery Lover’s Used Book Sale on Saturday, April 2nd from 10 am to 3 pm in the Community Room at the library. We will have a great selection of mysteries and adventure books for sale!
Please note the Friends WILL NOT be collecting used books this year at the Ridgefield Annual Spring Clean-Up on Saturday, April 23rd. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Thank you, Ridgefield, for your continued support!
Jeanne Androvich, Co-President
Friends of Ridgefield Community Library