March 2019: Old Post Office moved across parking lot.
Photos: Let the sun shine in!
Front of building is cleared to make way for a new septic system. The Henry Bacon Building, E.C. Scranton Memorial Library, is revealed. Henry Bacon went on to design the Lincoln Memorial. Read more >
If Madison Public Schools are cancelled due to poor weather conditions our programs are cancelled as well.
If Madison Public Schools have a delayed opening due to poor weather our morning programs will be cancelled.
If Madison Public Schools have an early dismissal, afternoon programs are cancelled.
The E.C. Scranton Memorial Library may still be open Read more > even if Madison schools are closed. Please check our website, Facebook, or give us a call at 203.245.7365 to check our hours in cases of inclement weather.
Inscribe a brick or create an art tile to honor those you care about and help build the future library! Click here to learn how > Read more >
Whether you are looking to improve your resume or fill a club requirement, we have a variety of ways you can volunteer for your community. Specifically, teens can… Read more >
…for the perfect cement pour (April 2019)
March 2019: E.C. Scranton Memorial Library Board of Trustees on Monday, March 25, 2019. From left: Bill Stableford, Sue Paton, Francis Pullaro, Maria Barnikow, Henry Griggs, Charlie Tyson, Beth Coyne, Don Craft, Rick Davis, Nicole Wiles, Suzanne Sliker, Sara Greenwood, Tyler Dennett, Toby Scott, Mike Maney.
March 2019: Groundbreaking, March 25.
March 2019: At the Groundbreaking, March 25 (from left): Library Board of Trustees President Beth Coyne, First Selectman Tom Banisch, State Senator Christine Cohen (D-12), Library Building Committee Chair Graham Curtis, project architect Ken Best, State Representative Noreen Kokoruda (R-101), Scranton library Friends President Betsey Piner, and Interim Library Director Laura Downes.
March 2019: Scranton Memorial Library Board President Beth Coyne, Madison Town Selectmen Bruce Wilson and Scott Murphy, and Madison First Selectman Tom Banisch at the library groundbreaking ceremony on March 25.
March 2019: Scranton Library Friends Board at the mound.
March 2019: Scranton Library staff members break new old ground on Monday, March 25.
In honor of Earth Day, meet us at the Meig’s Point Nature Center to meet the (live!) snakes of CT. Learn about the 14 species of snakes that live in our state from their habitats to their natural history.
This program is for children ages 5-10. Registration is required, space is limited. Click here to register. Read more >
Madison Earth Care and the E.C. Scranton Memorial Library are teaming up in honor of Earth Day! Come to Madison Earth Care to have a snack, decorate your own garden pot, and plant a seed.This program is for children ages 4+. We can’t wait to celebrate Earth Day with you!
Registration is required, supplies are limited. Please click here to register. Read more >