Historical music performer Mark Bridge is coming to Madison, Tuesday, June 21.
Mark’s repertoire covers a wide variety of musical selections and subjects from the 1800’s . The songs include compositions by Stephen Foster, Daniel Decatur Emmett and other composers of the period along with many other selections popular during the Victorian era. Some of the songs are taken from actual “banjo instructors” dating back to the 1850’s.
The performance is open to all ages, free of charge and will be held at the Madison City Hall Auditorium, 7-8 p.m., Tuesday, June 21.
Madison, Canby and Dawson libraries have scheduled a bus trip to the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum on Wednesday June 1. If you are interested in learning about the many plants, natural habitats, native trees and the research that goes into creating hybrid plants that will thrive in Minnesota you need to sign up for this trip. An educational tram ride is included so you will get a tour of the many habitats spread around the landscape. After the tram ride, you will be on your own to explore the rest of the area including the Local Artists building. There are a few seats left in Madison and a waiting list has been started.
The Wonderweavers Storytellers are coming to the Madison Elementary, Friday May 6, with Stories Alive! Books Alive!
Reading and stories go hand in hand. In this lively program your favorite stories and books come alive with our unique blend of storytelling. Using audience participation, puppets, props and magic, this program promotes literacy and reinforces the importance of reading for people of all ages.
FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1:00 p.m. @ MMN ELEMENTARY
Everyone is welcome!
ADULT COLORING MEET
Coloring programs for adults are taking off at libraries everywhere and now they’re coming to Madison Public Library, starting April 26, at 11 a.m.! The library will offer an hour (or more) of relaxing coloring and a fun opportunity to socialize. Colored pencils, coloring pages and light refreshments will be offered.
When everyone is finished, a discussion will be held to decide when and how often a month the coloring group would like to meet. If you’re not able to attend on Apr. 26, please give the library a call and let us know you’re interested and when would work best for you, to help us plan future meetings!