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TEEN Feltie Night

They're adorable. They're crafty. They're here in Madison. Learn how to make a new feltie each month. RSVP required. Call 256-461-0046 for more info.

Playaway Views are Here!

Uh, oh!  We've done it again!  Another cool product by HMCPL!

Job Club @ Madison

Do you need help on any aspect of your job search? What about an opportunity to network? Let the experts from the Job Club point you in the right direction.

Herb Hayes and his team of experts are here to help you at Madison Public Library on September 28 from 6pm to 8pm. To learn more go to the Job Club or contact Sarah Sledge at 256-461-0046 or ssledge@hmcpl.org.

Download eBooks for your KINDLE!

Now Kindle users can download their favorite titles in the HMCPL Digital Library!

Non-Profit 201 Mini Conference

A half day workshop for non-profit professionals & entrepreneurs Friday, October 14 

WordPress: Part Two

Justin Givens, president of Image in a Box, will offer an advanced class on the business uses of WordPress during the next Small Business Lunch & Learn on Monday, October 7, from noon to 1 p.m. in the second-floor Events Room of the Main Library.

TEEN Read Week!

We've got tons of fun in store for you at your local branch! Check out all the cool activities!

Bollywood Film series at Madison

Join in the Bollywood fun at Madison in October with the Bollywood Film Series!

Monrovia Matters: Billy Vaughn

Special guest Billy Vaughn shares fascinating stories about the history and development of the Monrovia Community and it’s schools.

Let the Fun Begin at Madison Children's Garden!

Beautiful weather set the stage for an amazing Garden Opening yesterday at Madison Public Library. The efforts of countless community donors and volunteers brought this project to a well-received debut. Several hundred library customers explored the interactive learning space taking delight in unexpected surprises at every turn. Mayor Paul Finley and city council representatives were on hand to assist Kristen Kulavich in a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Madison Public Library is grateful for the progressive leadership and support given from the City of Madison. The dedication of Ms.

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