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How to do Things!: Taxes

Bring your tax return questions to the library on February 22. IRS certified volunteer Tom DeLong will be on hand to answer them.

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Black History Month: A Season for Family and Friends

We are celebrating Black History Month with special programs and events throughout February. Read more »

Adventures by Boat: America’s Great Loop and Beyond

Join us this Sunday, Jan. 23 for the Hertha Heller Forum Series!  Liz and Bob Stagg will highlight two recent waterway adventures, with photos illustrating their unique waterway perspective. Read more »

Weave a Melon/Egg Basket!

Artist Crystal Kitchens is back in Madison with another fabulous class!  Make an 8" egg basket in class.  Learn how to handle reed, make a god's eye and shape a ribbed basket.  Dyed reed will be available for decorating your basket.   Read more »

1, 2, 3... It’s Kiwanis Little Learners!

THIS PROGRAM IS NOW FULL.  TO BE PLACED ON A WAITING LIST, PLEASE EMAIL ESHADE [at] HMCPL [dot] ORG Read more »

Rheta Grimsley Johnson speaks about her newest book

We are pleased to welcome the nationally syndicated, award-winning, and very entertaining columnist on February 6. Read more »

This year's English Author Tea will feature Chaucer

This special annual event will be on Feburary 5. We are currently accepting reservations.

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How to do Things!: Yoga on January 25

This free, introductory level class is the perfect opportunity to discover a new healthy habit for a new, healthy year!

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Healthy Habits Forum on January 22

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. Read more »

Author John F. Baker Jr. begins our Black History Month celebration on January 29

Baker's beautifully written book The Washingtons of Wessyngton Plantation:  Stories of My Family’s Journey to Freedom has been hailed as “a groundbreaking work of history and a deeply personal journey of discovery.”

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