Central, Pinney, and Sequoya Libraries will be closed on Sundays beginning May 26, 2019.
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Introducing the latest artists-in-residence Lydia Diemer and Riley Hanick for The Office of Oceanic Feeling.
The library is a perfect place to get started with needlecrafts at any age or experience level - plus meet other folks who enjoy similar fiber crafts!
Madison Public Library offers many cooking classes for all ages and skill levels. Join us at any of our events with Kids Chef Lily Kilfoy, Chef Paul Tseng, Chef Krista Hefty and more!
Make Music Madison is part of Make Music Day - The Global Music Celebration. All throughout the day on Friday, June 21, 2019 there will be hundreds of free outdoor concerts. Many branches of Madison Public Library will be venues for some of the concerts! Registration is open for musicians and venues until May 7th.
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)
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.
The Nourish You: Self-Care Retreat is for women who don’t always feel included in mainstream self-care offerings.
Come and get inspired to move into relaxation! Women who attend will receive tools that they can incorporate into their lifestyle to enhance or begin a self-care practice at home. Presented by: Venus Washington, Nikki Cook, and Araceli Esparza.