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Looking for a New Year's Resolution?

Try the Madison Mega Marathon to wet your reading appetite! Let 2012 be the year you read a book a week. Questions? Read more »

Let's play Mah Jongg

American Mah Jongg is the name of the game at Madison Public Library. All players are welcome to join in the fun! Read more »

Ruby Tuesday's Community Give Back Program

Enjoy dinner out and help the Madison Friends of the Library at the same time with the Ruby Tuesday's Community Give Back Program April 13-15. Read more »

13th Annual Ring & Sing

Kick off your holiday season in Madison this Sunday, December 11 at 6:30 pm for the 13thAnnual Ring and Sing, hosted by Messiah Lutheran Church and Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. 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.

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 »

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 [at] hmcpl [dot] org.

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. Read more »

Library Traffic and Homecoming Parade

The Bob Jones Homecoming Parade is tonight, September 15, at 5:00. Hughes Road is closed south of Eastview. The good news is the Library on Plaza Blvd. is accessible during this time off Brown's Ferry. Go Patriots!

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