Upcoming Events

Spring Story Stroll

Stop by the library building for a story stroll this March to celebrate the beginning of spring! Stroll along and read from our picture book panels, starting at the front doors facing Boston Post Rd. and ending on the Wall Street side of the building.

12:00am - 12:00am View Details

Take Home Tuesday

We'll provide the materials, you take it home and make the craft! Stop by the Children's Table in the vestibule to pick up a craft.

 

*Supplies limited; first come, first served, no registration required.

10:00am - 5:00pm View Details

Chess Class

Want to learn more about chess and the strategy behind it? Brian and Jack, DHHS students and excellent chess players, will be available for players seeking instruction and advice. Any students grades 1 to 12 welcome!

6:00pm - 7:00pm View Details
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Garden

Waking up Your Garden

Wednesday, March 3 at 7 p.m. via Zoom. Sometimes the prospect of waking up your garden for spring can feel overwhelming. What needs to be done to ensure it’s ready for the growing season? Come join Rachel Blundon of Madison Earth Care […]

Clifford and Allison

This Week on Scranton Talks

In our latest episode, Colin and Myla chat with Allison Murphy, our new Head of Public Services!

Congratulations to our winners!

Congratulations to the A Year in the Heart of Madison Raffle Winners!

Brooklyn

Classics E-Book Club: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Thursday, March 18 at 7 p.m. via Zoom. Our next book is Betty Smith’s classic of world literature.

Cut-flowers sculpture

Sculpture at the Scranton Library

‘Cut-Flowers’ is the first of three planned library installations which are part of the larger renovation of the Hollycroft Exhibition in downtown Madison.