We are pleased to welcome three authors who have written books that highlight Native American history and culture, for this special event on December 6.
1. Charles Moore , author of Come Tell Me How You Lived
This book contains local stories and rare information about Native Americans from along the Tennessee River. It has beautiful pictures of archeological artifacts. Here is a review of the book.
Been busy studying? Relax with pizza and karaoke at Madison Public Library!
Belt out your favorite tunes at the Madison TEEN Glee night! Meet new friends, have a ton of fun, and practice your favorite songs beginning at 6 pm on Thursday, December 1. Read more about TEEN Glee Night at Madison
Upcycled Art! It's not just for Teens! Grown-ups put on your Santa hats and scoot to Madison Public Library to create your very own holiday wreath from an old book. We supply the books and materials, you supply the inspiration and creativity. Plan to get started at 6pm on Monday, December 5 at Madison Public Library.
With the holidays upon us, it's a great time to learn how to eat heathier AND enjoy our food! Join us for this special American Diabetes Month event on November 29.
Having diabetes doesn't have to mean giving up delicious foods. Laura Watson, a professional diabetes educator at the Huntsville Hospital Diabetes Control Center will be give an informative, interactive presentation about how to get the most out of your diet- for your health, and your happiness! Read more about Eating Well with Diabetes