Books for Boys in November

Books for Boys in November

Books for Boys in November

This month we will be reading Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson. We will meet via Zoom.

For boys ages 8-11 and accompanying adult. It’s a party about a book! Play games, make a cool craft, and eat a tasty snack.

Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

We'll be closed Monday, January 18th for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No items will be due. As always, the book drop will remain open. Thank you!

Kid and Tween STEAM: Butcher Paper Creations

What will YOU make with three large pieces of butcher paper? There are so many possibilities! Pick up yours today.

January Kid and Tween STEAM

Check out our January kid and tween STEAM Take N' Go kits below. Each will be available through curbside pickup. Instructions will be available on our website and our YouTube channel. Butcher Paper craft - available starting January 5th See what you can make with some...

On the Same Page Kick-Off

Each winter we host a month long community reading event we call On the Same Page. Basically, we hand out hundreds of copies of a selected book and then spend a month exploring it through activities, lectures, concerts, and contests. Think of it as a county-wide book...

Combined Tween Book Club in January

This month we will be reading Half Magic by Edward Eager. We will meet via Zoom at 6:30 on Thursday January 7th. Meanwhile, we're building a collaborative half snow castle and other half snow structures in honor of the book! Come to the field by the library and add to...

Read Look Learn: Bowling

Join us for episode 3 of Read, Look, Learn! About twice a month we'll take a look at a topic with books from our catalog, then go out into our neighborhood and see if we can find someone to tell us more about it. This time we're talking about machinery at Fat Cats!...

Closed for New Years

Happy New Years! We'll be closed December 31 - January 1. No items will be due. As always, the book drop will remain open. Thank you!

Closed December 24-26th

Happy holidays! We'll be closed Thursday and Friday December 24-25. No items will be due. As always, the book drop will remain open. Thank you!

Christmas Window Search & Find

Drive by or walk by the library starting Saturday, December 5th to take a look at our Christmas window displays! Use our search and find list here. You can also vote for your favorite window and we'll announce the winner at the end of the month.

December Combined Tween Book Club

This month we will be reading The Gift of the Magi and Other Stories by O. Henry. We will meet via Zoom. For girls and boys ages 8-11 and accompanying adult. It's a party about a book! Play games, make a cool craft, and eat a tasty snack.

November Mother Daughter Book Club

November Mother Daughter Book Club

November Mother Daughter Book Club

This month we will be reading Flora and Ulysses by Kate DiCamillo. We will meet via Zoom.

For girls ages 8-11 and accompanying adult. It’s a party about a book! Play games, make a cool craft, and eat a tasty snack.

Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

We'll be closed Monday, January 18th for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No items will be due. As always, the book drop will remain open. Thank you!

Kid and Tween STEAM: Butcher Paper Creations

What will YOU make with three large pieces of butcher paper? There are so many possibilities! Pick up yours today.

January Kid and Tween STEAM

Check out our January kid and tween STEAM Take N' Go kits below. Each will be available through curbside pickup. Instructions will be available on our website and our YouTube channel. Butcher Paper craft - available starting January 5th See what you can make with some...

On the Same Page Kick-Off

Each winter we host a month long community reading event we call On the Same Page. Basically, we hand out hundreds of copies of a selected book and then spend a month exploring it through activities, lectures, concerts, and contests. Think of it as a county-wide book...

Combined Tween Book Club in January

This month we will be reading Half Magic by Edward Eager. We will meet via Zoom at 6:30 on Thursday January 7th. Meanwhile, we're building a collaborative half snow castle and other half snow structures in honor of the book! Come to the field by the library and add to...

Read Look Learn: Bowling

Join us for episode 3 of Read, Look, Learn! About twice a month we'll take a look at a topic with books from our catalog, then go out into our neighborhood and see if we can find someone to tell us more about it. This time we're talking about machinery at Fat Cats!...

Closed for New Years

Happy New Years! We'll be closed December 31 - January 1. No items will be due. As always, the book drop will remain open. Thank you!

Closed December 24-26th

Happy holidays! We'll be closed Thursday and Friday December 24-25. No items will be due. As always, the book drop will remain open. Thank you!

Christmas Window Search & Find

Drive by or walk by the library starting Saturday, December 5th to take a look at our Christmas window displays! Use our search and find list here. You can also vote for your favorite window and we'll announce the winner at the end of the month.

December Combined Tween Book Club

This month we will be reading The Gift of the Magi and Other Stories by O. Henry. We will meet via Zoom. For girls and boys ages 8-11 and accompanying adult. It's a party about a book! Play games, make a cool craft, and eat a tasty snack.

Upcoming September 2020 Bibliomaniacs

Upcoming September 2020 Bibliomaniacs

September 2020

Madison BiblioManiacs

Join us Monday, September 28, 4 PM via Zoom and talk about the books you’re reading. Email Gina at gina.m@madisonlib.org for an invite.

January Teen D&D

Missing: Magic Experiment #23 Answers to the name twenty-three. If Found, please return to Mg. Tirian, 443 Cemetery Ln. Bywater.  Reward: 500 Silver Pieces (upon delivery, not information) Caution, contact with Experiment #23 may cause severe chemical burns. Treat...

January Bibliomaniacs

This month for Bibliomaniacs we'll be talking about what we're reading and doing a scavenger hunt! Join us Monday, January 25th at 4:30 p.m. We also have a new and secure messageboard hangout on Discord for teens. Join our ongoing discussions about books, anime, and...

Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

We'll be closed Monday, January 18th for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No items will be due. As always, the book drop will remain open. Thank you!

January Teen Anime Club

This month we'll be meeting on Thursday, January 21st at 4:00 p.m to watch The Cat Returns.

Teen Craft: Fabric Masks

Learn to make a fabric mask. You will need the following supplies: scissors needle thread ruler fabric about 1 foot by 2 feet yarn for around the ear tie paper plate large white piece of paper (11x17)

On the Same Page Kick-Off

Each winter we host a month long community reading event we call On the Same Page. Basically, we hand out hundreds of copies of a selected book and then spend a month exploring it through activities, lectures, concerts, and contests. Think of it as a county-wide book...

January Young League of Writers

We're doing group critiques in January! Submit your work to the Google Drive folder by January 4th. We'll be meeting on Monday, January 11th at 4:30 p.m to do group critiques.

Upcoming Teen Crafts in January

Check out January's upcoming teen Take n' Go craft kits! Teen craft 1: Fabric face masks, available for pickup starting Thursday January 7th. Teen craft 2: Mini piñatas, available for pickup starting Thursday January 21st.  

Read Look Learn: Bowling

Join us for episode 3 of Read, Look, Learn! About twice a month we'll take a look at a topic with books from our catalog, then go out into our neighborhood and see if we can find someone to tell us more about it. This time we're talking about machinery at Fat Cats!...

Closed for New Years

Happy New Years! We'll be closed December 31 - January 1. No items will be due. As always, the book drop will remain open. Thank you!

September Adult Book Club

September Adult Book Club

September

Adult Book Club

On Thursday, September 17 at 6:30 in the Community Room we will be discussing The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini. This book is an international classic of betrayal and redemption set in a country that is in the process of being destroyed.
Book club reading copies are available from the circulation desk. We’ll be making kites during the discussion.

Adult Makers: Wire Rings

Make some wire rings! Kits will be available even after this online instruction until they are out, so don't miss your chance to pick one up!    

Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

We'll be closed Monday, January 18th for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No items will be due. As always, the book drop will remain open. Thank you!

January Adult Book Club

Join us for a discussion of Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine on January 21st at 6:30 pm via Zoom. Book club copies available through curbside pickup. 

Kid and Tween STEAM: Butcher Paper Creations

What will YOU make with three large pieces of butcher paper? There are so many possibilities! Pick up yours today.

Upcoming January Adult Makers

This month for Adult Makers we're making wire rings! The wire ring Take n' Go kits will be available starting Monday, January 11th. The general kits will not include needle nose pliers, but if you need a pair you may ask for one to be checked out to you.

January Kid and Tween STEAM

Check out our January kid and tween STEAM Take N' Go kits below. Each will be available through curbside pickup. Instructions will be available on our website and our YouTube channel. Butcher Paper craft - available starting January 5th See what you can make with some...

On the Same Page Kick-Off

Each winter we host a month long community reading event we call On the Same Page. Basically, we hand out hundreds of copies of a selected book and then spend a month exploring it through activities, lectures, concerts, and contests. Think of it as a county-wide book...

Combined Tween Book Club in January

This month we will be reading Half Magic by Edward Eager. We will meet via Zoom at 6:30 on Thursday January 7th. Meanwhile, we're building a collaborative half snow castle and other half snow structures in honor of the book! Come to the field by the library and add to...

Read Look Learn: Bowling

Join us for episode 3 of Read, Look, Learn! About twice a month we'll take a look at a topic with books from our catalog, then go out into our neighborhood and see if we can find someone to tell us more about it. This time we're talking about machinery at Fat Cats!...

Closed for New Years

Happy New Years! We'll be closed December 31 - January 1. No items will be due. As always, the book drop will remain open. Thank you!

Upcoming Tween Book Club Kick-Off

Upcoming Tween Book Club Kick-Off

Upcoming Tween Book Club

Fall Kick-Off

We’re kicking off Books for Boys and Mother Daughter Book Club this year with a take-n’-go event. Come join us Thursday, September 10 at 6:30 to pick up your kit and meet the books we’ll be reading this year! For ages 8-11 with accompanying adult.

Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

We'll be closed Monday, January 18th for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No items will be due. As always, the book drop will remain open. Thank you!

Kid and Tween STEAM: Butcher Paper Creations

What will YOU make with three large pieces of butcher paper? There are so many possibilities! Pick up yours today.

January Kid and Tween STEAM

Check out our January kid and tween STEAM Take N' Go kits below. Each will be available through curbside pickup. Instructions will be available on our website and our YouTube channel. Butcher Paper craft - available starting January 5th See what you can make with some...

On the Same Page Kick-Off

Each winter we host a month long community reading event we call On the Same Page. Basically, we hand out hundreds of copies of a selected book and then spend a month exploring it through activities, lectures, concerts, and contests. Think of it as a county-wide book...

Combined Tween Book Club in January

This month we will be reading Half Magic by Edward Eager. We will meet via Zoom at 6:30 on Thursday January 7th. Meanwhile, we're building a collaborative half snow castle and other half snow structures in honor of the book! Come to the field by the library and add to...

Read Look Learn: Bowling

Join us for episode 3 of Read, Look, Learn! About twice a month we'll take a look at a topic with books from our catalog, then go out into our neighborhood and see if we can find someone to tell us more about it. This time we're talking about machinery at Fat Cats!...

Closed for New Years

Happy New Years! We'll be closed December 31 - January 1. No items will be due. As always, the book drop will remain open. Thank you!

Closed December 24-26th

Happy holidays! We'll be closed Thursday and Friday December 24-25. No items will be due. As always, the book drop will remain open. Thank you!

Christmas Window Search & Find

Drive by or walk by the library starting Saturday, December 5th to take a look at our Christmas window displays! Use our search and find list here. You can also vote for your favorite window and we'll announce the winner at the end of the month.

December Combined Tween Book Club

This month we will be reading The Gift of the Magi and Other Stories by O. Henry. We will meet via Zoom. For girls and boys ages 8-11 and accompanying adult. It's a party about a book! Play games, make a cool craft, and eat a tasty snack.

April Mother Daughter Book Club

April Mother Daughter Book Club

Mother Daughter Book Club will be meeting on April 19th to discuss

“The Black Stallion”

By Walter Farley

It will be at 6:30 pm in the community room.
Come and Discuss a great book, and have a treat!
You can pick up the book at the circulation desk.
Mother Daughter Book Club is for girls 8-11 and their Moms
April Books for Boys Club

April Books for Boys Club

Book Club will meet on April 12th to discuss the book

“I Survived The Sinking of The Titanic”

By Lauren Tarshish

6:30 pm in the community room.

Come and Discuss a great book, and have a treat!
You can pick up the book at the circulation desk.
Books for boys is for boys 8-11 years of age and their accompanying adult.

 

 

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