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Library system closed for Thanksgiving

All branches will be closed on Thursday, November 24 and Friday, November 25 in observance of Thanksgiving. Normal business hours will resume on Saturday, November 26. Read more »

Nutcracker-palooza: an explosion of library dance programs

During the week of Nov 28 – Dec 1, Youth Services will be hosting a series of programs for all ages focused on dance. Read more »

TEEN Glee Night at Madison

Been busy studying? Relax with pizza and karaoke at Madison Public Library! Read more »

Library Board meeting pushed up one week

Next month's board meeting has been moved to Wednesday, December 14 at Main.  The meeting starts at 4 p.m. Read more »

Make eco-friendly recyclable wreaths for the holidays

Learn how to make wreaths from reusable materials in classes at two of our branches: December 5 at Madison and December 8 at Monrovia! Read more »

Upcycled Wreath Class for Adults

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.

Questions? Ask Sarah at ssledge [at] hmcpl [dot] org or 256-461-0046.

Eating Well with Diabetes

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. Read more »

Weave a Melon Basket at Madison

Learn how to weave a basket by signing up for a six-hour workshop on December 2 at the Madison Public Library.  Reserve your space in this class now as seating is limited! Read more »

New hours for Showers Center and Oscar Mason

New winter hours of operation for Showers Center and Oscar Mason go into effect today, November 14. Read more »

Recycled Wreaths

Join us on Thursday, December 8th from 6:30-8:00 p.m. as we create beautiful wreaths from recycled books.  Space is limited so please call 256-489-3392 or stop by Monrovia Library to sign up for this event.

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