Who Matters? Women's History Edition is a story gathering + photography project intended to create a space, physical and online, where women can talk to and listen to other women.
Featured events at Madison Public Library
Want to connect with fellow cookbook enthusiasts, share recipes, and find inspiration?
Take part in one of these cookbook clubs at Lakeview and Meadowridge Libraries!
Choose a recipe to make and share at each meeting. Cookbooks will be available to check out at the respective libraries. Registration may be required.
New York Times best-selling novelist Celeste Ng will be the featured author at Madison Public Library Foundation's Lunch for Libraries on Wednesday, May 15, at Monona Terrace.
Madison Public Library Foundation’s annual Lunch for Libraries fundraiser is an opportunity for community members who are committed to our libraries to come together to celebrate, support and invest in the Wisconsin Book Festival.
It's that time of year again!
UW student athletes are ready to help get kids even more excited about reading at Red, White and Read on Saturday, April 6 from 10:00am-12:00pm at Central Library.
Kiddos of all ages and their families can read with UW student athletes - and maybe even get to meet Bucky!
Sponsored by the UW Student United Way and Student-Athletes Equally Supporting Others
Looking for a crafty way to spend an afternoon while school is out?
Kids and families can stop by the library and try their hands at a different craft each day.
Introducing the latest artist-in-residence in the Bubbler room - Taylor Rushing! Taylor’s residency will focus on the absolute accessibility of culture and knowledge from the lens of self-taught makers, hobo whittlers, punk rock zinesters, shaman and librarians. He will emphasize the use of humble materials, cartoons and down home crafts in his time at the library - and encourages all patrons to pay him a visit!
Join community members at Hawthorne Library for a special event series featuring Wisconsin-themed documentaries. Documentary filmmaker Bob Leff will screen and discuss each of his four films.
Stop by Alicia Ashman Library during March and April to enjoy the Library Portraits exhibit by artist Emily Rosenthal.
The display will feature portraits of Madison Public Library librarians and their favorite authors using digital mediums.
Enjoy Wisconsin Book Festival events all year round! Several incredible authors are headed your way in March, so make plans to join us.
All Wisconsin Book Festival events are free and open to the public, no tickets or registration required.
Wellness is not just about physical health; it’s also about having a healthy mind and relationships.
Madison Public Library can help you stay informed through our free resources and help you reach your wellness goals through our workshops by the community, for the community.