Madison Public Library is celebrating Black History Month with events and displays to honor the contributions of African Americans, past and present.
Featured events at Madison Public Library
Madison Public Library partners with other agencies in the community to provide tax assistance. See below to find information about getting free tax assistance at your neighborhood library or to find information about DIY tax resources.
Libraries around Madison are hosting several upcoming book sales where you can stock up on some great reading material - and support the library!
Story Gathering Station at Garver Feed Mill Grand Opening Weekend. Share your memories of Garver Feed Mill!
Madison Public Library and the Wisconsin Film Festival are partnering again to introduce Thursday Night Movie Club, a series of four film screenings held October through December at the Central Library.
Find community through music!
Cell phones aren't the only small devices connecting people these days. Ukuleles are transcending borders, genres, and generations. Madison's thriving ukulele culture includes a 1200-member club called Madison Area Ukulele Initiative (MAUI). MAUI members will be available to help beginners learn to play in this free, 2-hour workshop and sing-along. Bring a ukulele or try one of 50 instruments available at the event.
The Bubbler is excited to share their upcoming Artists-in-Residence for the 2020 year! Each of these residents will be with us for two months of learning, sharing, and creating.
Check out each artist's website to learn more about their work, and stay tuned for their new adventures in Central Library's Bubbler Room!
Banned Books Week (September 22-28) brings together the entire book community — librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers of all types, to shared support of the freedom to seek and to express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular.
In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15-October 15, Madison Public Library will host a series of events highlighting the achievements and contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans and celebrating Hispanic and Latino American culture.
Madison Public Library joins local partners in celebrating the diversity of Madison with a series of programs and displays highlighting the experiences of students from Madison and Milwaukee, featured in the forthcoming book Green Card Voices: Immigration Stories from Madison and Milwaukee High Schools.