Teens @ HMCPL

Health Rocks! @ Madison

The Madison Library hosts the Health Rocks! program for children and teens (8 years or older) on  Thursday, June 26, at 5 p.m. in the meeting room at the library.

Health Rocks! is a National 4-H curriculum that many schools, camps, and youth programs are using to encourage children to adopt healthy behaviors and to avoid drugs, tobacco, and alcohol. Results from surveys from the past two years suggest that after participating in this program, children feel that they have learned new skills and that they plan to avoid risky behaviors.

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Studio Arts @ the Bailey Cove Library: Paint an Autumn "Reading Tree"

Create and take home a painting that embodies your love of reading! Let yourself be led by artist (and Bailey Cove Branch Manager), Patsy Ducote, in creating your very own work of art, "The Reading Tree".

Join us -- ignite your creative spark with like minds! ALL experience levels welcome, ages 14 to adult. This class and the use of supplies are FREE, but class size is limited to 30, call 256-881-0257 to reserve your space today!

 

Community Blood Drive at Madison Library

Do something awesome! Donate Blood!

Lifesouth comes to the Madison Library on Saturday, June 7th, 2014 to help kick off summer reading. This community blood drive will take place in the Library's parking lot from 9:00 to 11:00 am. Accompanied by READ Around the Block, this event is complete with family relays, animal guests, birthday cake, big trucks, and a parenting health fair. Refreshments will be provided to donors.

Check at the Madison Library for details.

Community Blood Drive at Madison Library

Do something awesome! Donate Blood!

Lifesouth comes to the Madison Library on Saturday, June 7th, 2014 to help kick off summer reading. This community blood drive will take place in the Library's parking lot from 9:00 to 11:00 am. Accompanied by READ Around the Block, this event is complete with family relays, animal guests, birthday cake, big trucks, and parenting health fair. Refreshments will be provided to donors.

Check at the Madison Library for details.

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