Dr. Michael Saxe will discuss this epidemic’s history, its causes, and what each of can do to end it.
Author and historian Marty Podskoch presents a slide lecture based on his book “Connecticut Civilian Conservation Camps: History, Memories and Legacy.”
Win prizes for logging your reading over the summer, plus enjoy a variety of great events. Registration and schedules are different for each age group, so click on this post and then follow the link to the program you want to join. Happy Reading!
With the Shoutbomb text messaging service, you can use your mobile phone to receive text notices about holds that are available, items that are due soon, and overdue items and fines. You can also send a text to renew an items and add multiple library cards to one phone. Follow the link in this post to sign up.
Your generosity helps provide important educational, cultural and informational services, free of charge, to all Madison residents. Click on this post to read the full Annual Appeal Letter from Library Director Beth Crowley and to view to our Annual Report (where you can see the wide-ranging impact of your support over the past year) and access the link to making an online donation to the library.