Supply fee: $3 due at time of registration. Open to adults and youth ages 14 and up.
Register at the Main Library 2nd floor Adult Services desk.
Kumi himo is a Japanese braiding technique. You will learn how to thread beads onto embroidery floss, and how to make the braid. Start a friendship bracelet in class. Youll learn how to finish the bracelet at home. No braiding or beading experience is required.
Franklin's writings span a long and distinguished career of literary, scientific, and political inquiry--the work of a man whose life lasted for nearly all of the 18th century, and whose achievements ranged from inventing the lightning rod to publishing Poor Richard's Almanac to signing the Declaration of Independence. In his own lifetime, Franklin knew prominence not only in America but also in Britain and France. Here was a cosmopolitan statesman, public servant, inventor, and editor with a distinctly Yankee sensibility; here was a moral philosopher who divided his faith between the natural sciences and the American experiment
It's time to teach the kids all about The Truffle Shuffle! As part of March's Madison County Reads (book selection: Ready Player One), we'll be showing a movie each Friday throughout the month that is totally 80's or gaming-related. Parents please be aware of the PG rating of this film. Recommended for ages 10 and up.
Teen Summer Volunteer applications are due! Don't miss your chance to volunteer at Madison Public library. Applications are due on the 25th of April. Selections will be made the following week. If selected as a Teen Summer volunteer, mandatory attendance will be required on May 3rd (Wednesday) at 4pm for TAG (Teen Advisory Group) orientation.