Naturopathic doctor Dr. Jill Crista will discuss mold facts you need to know at Lakeview Library on Tuesday, April 23 from 6:30-7:30pm.
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Learn how poets use their five senses by taking a literal (and literary) walk to Midvale School’s community garden and writing haikus about the experience on Saturday, April 27, 1:00-2:00pm at Sequoya Library.
Join in a celebration and amplification of Many Voices, One Community Radio WWMV-LP 95.5 FM.
The Community Block Party event will take place on Saturday, May 11 from 12:00-5:00pm at Goodman South Madison Library.
Many Voices, One Community is a low powered radio station that is volunteer-operated and promotes community members’ ideas and creativity, specifically those that have been underrepresented on the Madison airwaves. Their event was chosen as part of Madison Public Library's 2018-2019 Library Takeover program.
This family-friendly indoor/outdoor event will include local live music, dance, kids’ activities, food and more.
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.
Discover Madison's new mobile library - the Dream Bus!
The grand opening celebration takes place on Wednesday, April 10 from 3:30-5:00pm at Kennedy Heights Community Center (199 Kennedy Heights, Madison)
The poet is in.
Visitors to Madison’s Monroe Street Library are invited to wax or wane poetic with Madison writer Susan Podebradsky as she presents her weekly "Poet-in-Residence” hours during National Poetry Month -- April 2019.
Enjoy Wisconsin Book Festival events all year round! Several incredible authors are headed your way in April, so make plans to join us. The complete list of events can be found at wisconsinbookfestival.org.
All Wisconsin Book Festival events are free and open to the public, no tickets or registration required.
Celebrate National Library Week by completing these nine “scavenger hunt” challenges at any of our nine Madison Public Library locations - or use this as an opportunity to visit them all.
The Scavenger Hunt will run from Friday, April 5 until Sunday, April 14 at 5pm.
From April 7 to April 13, National Library Week will be celebrated at Madison Public Library and throughout the city. This year’s theme nationally is “Libraries = Strong Communities,” and events over the course of the week will highlight ways to get involved -- both for library regulars or as first time patrons.
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Bring your questions for working on an Excel, Java or HTML/CSS project to Tech Study Hall!