The Hidden Life of Things pop-up exhibit presents a collection of Andean and Amazonian cultural artifacts featured as texts in their own right on 19 retractable banners and stands. The exhibit includes interactive features, accessible through QR codes that can be read on any smart phone, which allow viewers to listen to Andean music, hear Quechua poetry and Andean myths, access resources online, and learn more about the cultural artifacts as they move through the exhibit.
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Friends of the Madison Public Library Book Sale
Thousands of gently used books, DVDs and other materials, including a large selection of sci-fi novels. Most items are $2 or less. Hosted by the Friends of the Madison Public Library. Sale runs February 14-17. Sale hours: Thursday, February 14, 9 am - 9 pm, Friday, February 15, 9 am - 6 pm, Saturday, February 16, 9 am - 5 pm; Sunday, February 17, 1 pm - 3 pm (bag sale).
Library LEGO Club
Flex your engineering and design muscles and join other LEGO fans and build your own unique creation!
Children's Program Room
Sunday Jazz @ Sequoya - The Driftless Regionaires
Mo Hirsch, piano and vocal; Paula Elver, chanteuse; Jeff Buchholz, trumpet; Eric Bach, guitar, and Saul Glazer, bass, are the Driftless Regionaires. Based in Cross Plains, they play a delightful and entertaining selection of jazz and popular tunes from recent and not so recent decades.
Sunday Jazz at Sequoya is funded via the generosity of the Friends of Sequoya Library. Produced in partnership with the Madison Jazz Society.
Meeting Rooms A & B Combined