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JRR Tolkien Birthday Celebration

Celebrate JRR Tolkien's 120th birthday on Tuesday, January 3 in Youth Services all day!  We'll mark the occasion with cake, pizza and a movie marathon.

How to do Things: Ballroom Dancing

This class is now full. But we will schedule another similar class soon, so check back!  You can also take advantage of other programs that will help you discover healthy habits for the new year: Fit for the New Year on Jan. 11, Don't Stress on Jan. 12, Vegan Movie Night on January 12, and Tai Chi on Jan. 24.

Fit for the New Year

Get off to a strong start on your healthiest year yet!  The Help Yourself to Health Initiative presents a special program about how you can get fit and enjoy a healthier lifestyle on January 11.

Don't Stress: A Special Stress Reduction Workshop

Resolve to have the happiest and least stressful year of your life! You'll learn practical techniques to reduce stress and anxiety during this program on January 12.

How to do Things: Tai Chi

We're  on the path to a healthier lifestyle this new year, with Steffan de Graffenried from the Taijiquan Center of Huntsville who will introduce us to the practice of Tai Chi on January 24.

Teen Anime Cosplay Workshop

Join the Teen Anime Club at the Madison Branch for a Cosplay workshop on Thursday, January 5, 2012.  The fun begins at 5:30 pm.

Library hours for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

All branches will be closed on Saturday, December 24 and Sunday, December 25 in observance of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Normal business hours will resume on Monday, December 26.  Have a safe and happy holiday weekend!

Winter Workshops for Small Business

Entrepreneurs welcome at the HMCPL Main Branch Library!

New Year Classes for Nonprofits

Learn to find funders for your nonprofit,  and maximize social media at our Nonprofit Lunch & Learn events in January and February.

Sign-up for Madison Mega Marathon

Looking for a New Year’s Resolution?  Try the Madison Mega-Marathon to whet your reading appetite! Let 2012 be the year you read a book a week.

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