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TEEN TECH WEEK MARCH 9-15

Teen Tech Week 001Join the fun of Teen Tech Week @ the Madison Public Library March 9-15 for all  teens ages 13-18.  We will have Technology Bingo, and instructions for a couple of crafts with prizes!

Blind Date with a Book at the Madison Library!

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We all know that February is a month about love…so come in to the Madison Library and find a new book to love!  The library is again having a “Blind Date with a Book” promotion through the month of February–simply come in to the library, look over our display of eligible books & check one (or more) out.  Take it home & unwrap it, start reading!  Don’t like it–no problems, no hard feelings.  Like it–great!  You just met a new favorite author or began reading a new genre of books.  When you return your book, just write the title and “yes” or “no” on the provided heart and that’s it!  Look for the books on the shelves with hearts attached to see what others have been reading.  So come in to the library today & meet your potential next favorite book–no strings attached!

Escape with a Good Read!

The 2014 Adult Winter Reading Program is underway here at the Madison Library.  The theme this year is “Escape with a Good Read.”  Stop by the library to sign up–read & rate 10 books from our library to receive a prize!  The program runs through April 19, 2014.

The Mitten Tree

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The Madison Library received many beautiful donations and gave away several items. We have decided to keep the Mitten Tree up through out the COLD weather. So, if you have need of a warm pair of gloves or socks, a cap or scarf, please stop in at the Children’s Library.

Happy Holidays from the Madison Public Library

Please note our holiday hours for the weeks ahead:

CLOSED on Tuesday, December 24

CLOSED on Wednesday, December 25

CLOSING EARLY at 5:00 on Tuesday, December 31

CLOSED on Wednesday, January 1

 

Merry Christmas from the Madison Library

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Stop in at the Madison Library to view the many decorated Christmas trees, both upstairs & in the Children’s library.  Thanks to all the local business and organizations who decorated a tree this year.  Pictured is the tree upstairs promoting the upcoming Winter Reading Program “Escape with a Good Read” which begins in January.

International Games Day

Read, Learn and Play at the Madison Library Saturday, November 16, 2 to 4 pm for INTERNATIONAL GAMES DAY! This is family game time for children, teens, parents and grandparents to gather at the library with friends and family to enjoy some of the simpler things in life that are fun and free! There will be several tables set up with different games to enjoy including a couple of new ones: “Tapple” and “Cross Ways”. We also have Checkers, Chess, Dominoes, Labyrinth and Bunco.

So, gather your “bunch” together and “come on down” to the Madison Library, Saturday November 16, 2 to 4 pm for some quality family fun time! (Popcorn too!)

BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!

The Madison Public Library is holding a HUGE book sale throughout the month of September–stop by the library and check out the variety of books offered: fiction of all genres, non-fiction, childrens, and just added: hundreds of paperbacks!  Cost is a buck a bag–$1.00 to fill a plastic grocery bag full of books.  Come in during regular library hours to stock up on books for your own library!

 


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