food spread

Breaking Bread with Refugees

Join us on Monday, December 9 at 6:30 pm at the First Congregational Church of Madison to hear refugees tell their personal stories. Speakers from IRIS (Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services) and Cityseed’s Sanctuary Kitchen will also share their stories of helping new arrivals to our area. A delicious sampling of food made by a local Syrian refugee will be served!

Topically Ted: A Lecture Series Inspired by the Loves and Life of Ted Mallory was started in 2017 in honor of beloved Madison resident and friend of the library,  Read more >

Holiday Toy and Book Drive

The library has partnered with the Madison Police Department to collect toys and books for children in need. Please bring your donations to our temporary location at 1250 Durham Road during library business hours from December 5 – 31, 2019. Thank you!

e-reader tablet

Wondering why you have to wait so long for certain e-books?

Macmillan Publishers has recently introduced a “1-copy only” embargo of all their new e-book titles for the first 60 days of publication. Not only do libraries pay more for e-book titles than other e-book users, but library patrons will also now have to wait longer to read certain e-books. We are so sorry for the negative impact this may have on our library users. Please click the post link if you would like to learn more.

Driveway to parking lot

The lonesome road…

…that leads to a parking lot, which won’t be so lonesome in the summer of 2020 (November 2019).

The old post office in a new location.

OPO

The Old Post Office, part of the current library expansion project, looks good in its new location (October 2019).