Growing Voices Music Class is an interactive class for caregivers and their children, birth-5, to play, learn, and bond with music. In our classes we sing, play instruments, dance, and have fun together!
Please note that this calendar only contains library programs. For room availability, please contact the appropriate library directly.
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11:00am to 5:00pm
In partnership with the City of Madison and Madison Public Library, the African Center for Community Development provides in-person assistance* to help offset housing costs by assisting residents with applications for services, jobs, and other financial benefits.
We provide help for people navigating application processes and filling out forms required for housing, immigration, food, health, and other community support services. For questions about the program, please call African Center at (608) 957-5623 or (608) 294-0066.
*Neither The African Center for Community Development nor Madison Public Library can provide legal assistance or advice. We are not able to fill out applications on your behalf, or assess program eligibility.
Study Room 1
12:00pm to 2:00pm
MadTech Ed Series: LinkedIn - Start with You, Building a Professional Network
The MadTech Ed Series is an annual offering of 10 technology workshops to build the technology-based skills ad knowledge of nonprofits and small businesses. The workshops are free to the general public and are open to anyone. They are specifically geared to address issues that nonprofits, entrepreneurs, freelancers, and small businesses face using technology in their work.
Meeting Room 301
1:00pm to 4:00pm
Adult Knitting Club
Come on in & share tips or get advice! Please bring your own supplies. All skill levels welcome.
Meeting Room A
1:00pm to 3:00pm
Mini Archiving Lab: Drop-In Tutorial
Meadowridge Library will be hosting the Mini Archiving Lab in August and September 2023. The Mini Archiving Lab is a collection of portable equipment that can be used to digitize analog materials, such as home VHS movies, audio cassettes, photographs, negatives and more. Stop by Meadowridge during select dates for a tutorial on how to use the library's Mini Archiving Lab. Tutorial duration is approximately 20-30 minutes. If you arrive while a tutorial is in progress, please be patient as we can return to earlier material as we finish. We recommend arriving right at the half hour mark (1:00, 1:30, 2:00, etc).
Following the tutorial, you will be able to make an appointment during library hours to use the equipment (up to 2 hours per day) for your personal archiving project. Patrons must bring some form of external storage—a portable hard drive, or a thumb drive—on which digital files can be stored.
The Mini Archiving Lab supports the following formats: VHS tapes, DVDs (not BluRay), audio cassettes, photographs (including negatives and slides), and other paper-based documents.
Call 608-288-6160 for more information.
Study Room A