Madison Public Library is celebrating Black History Month, an annual celebration of the achievements by African Americans and a time to honor the central role of black Americans throughout history and in the present day.
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Sign up for a webinar class through Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC) this spring.
The Madison Public Library Foundation hosted Partisan Gerrymandering & Voter Suppression in Wisconsin, an online lunchtime workshop, on Tuesday, February 23.
Madison Public Library, Forward Madison FC and The Flock Surprise Local 12-Year-Old Author Tikeh Tazeh
Find resources to do your taxes for 2021
Learn more and share feedback on the Odana Area Plan in two meetings scheduled for January 21 and 27.
Effective Tuesday, January 19, 2021, Madison Public Library centralized phone reference service and the Financial Resources Hotline service hours are changing. New hours for both services will be 10am-6pm weekdays and 12-5pm Saturdays. This change brings telephone service in line with other available services, including curbside pickup service and in-person computer use appointments.
Parents, foster parents, guardians and childcare providers are encouraged to jump start their healthy eating this year through a new Eating Smart - Being Active class series offered by the UW-Madison Extension FoodWIse program in partnership with Madison Public Library.
Madison Public Library is honored to partner with the City of Madison Clerk's Office once again to provide a location for voter registration, in-person absentee voting, and election day voting.
Looking for gift suggestions this winter? Check out these recommended books for kids of all ages!