Madison Public Library is celebrating Black History Month with events and displays to honor the contributions of African Americans, past and present.
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Madison Public Library is celebrating Women's History Month, commemorating and encouraging the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history.
Join Arts + Literature Laboratory at Madison's Central Library for the January screening of Mills Folly Microcinema, the Arts + Literature Laboratory's monthly showcase of experimental film and video. Mills Folly Microcinema will present the latest edition of Project Projection on Thursday, January 23 at 7:00 p.m.
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!
We're always cooking something up at the Library! Whether you're just beginning to put meals together, looking for new inspiration, or hoping to refine your technique, we've got plenty of classes and workshops for all ages and skill levels.
All Madison Public Libraries are planning to be open regular hours this weekend.
UpStage Stigma is a medley of song, dance, theater, and other performances that link the challenges of mental illness to our universal experience and break the barriers of stigma through art, empathy, and advocacy.
The King Coalition, in partnership with the Urban League of Greater Madison, Madison Public Library, the United Way of Dane County, MSCR, Dane County, the City of Madison, Madison Out of School Time, and UW Madison Office of Precollege/Youth Protection and Compliance is pleased to invite middle and high school youth across Madison to attend the MLK Day Youth Call to Service on Monday January 20, 2020.