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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@hmcpl.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.

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!

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.

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.

This Saturday: semi-annual Friends book sale at Tillman Hill

Join the Friends of the Tillman Hill Public Library on Saturday, November 5, 10am to 3pm for a 25 cent book sale.

Time Out Book Club - New Time!

Admit it. You know you love teen books...Even though you might be a few years (or more!) past your teens.

Come to our first meeting at our new time in November and help us decide what we'll read next!

 

Time Out Book Club (YA Books for ADULTS)

November 10th (THURSDAY) at NOON

Puppeteers Needed

Enjoy performing but never have the chance? Want an opportunity to try out your puppeting skills?

Maybe the Madison Public Library puppet troupe is right for you!

We perform twice a month at the Madison Public Library, and we'd love to be able to 'take our show on the road' later!

Contact Ms Maggie or Ms Mandy for more info!

An afternoon with Dr. Sonnie Hereford

We are honored to present a special talk by local civil rights activist, Dr. Sonnie Hereford, on November 13. His new memoir, Beside the Troubled Waters, chronicles his experiences during the civil rights era in Huntsville.

Getting social with our content

While we were busy waiting for the snow to melt, we kept pushing forward with other changes to our new catalog. As some of you may have noticed, we did a software update last week; some of the changes that came with the update included a Facebook "Like" button and fixes to several bugs that prevented patrons from emailing links or effectively using RSS feeds. Those were the easy changes.

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