Teen Events

Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Madison Public Library! All events are free and open to the public. Registration required where noted.
Limit by location: Limit by audience: 
Mail Call: A Letter
39 Keep Street
Wednesday, Sep. 23, 4:00 PM

What’s better than getting mail? Sending mail!

We’ll work together to write all sorts of fun letters and learn a little bit about writing, mail, and history along the way.

While the class is virtual, every student who signs up will receive a pack of postcards, stamps, and stickers to get them started!

An invitation to the Zoom call will be sent out the night before the event.

About the Instructor:
Rachel Barry is the co-author of The Happy Book, This Book is About You, and several other books about creativity, kindness, and being a helpful human.

Sponsored by Madison.
Who Really Elects th
Monday, Sep. 28, 7:30p.m.
Who Really Elects the President: The Workings of the Electoral College

Have you ever wondered about how the Electoral College actually works? How many votes does each state receive? How someone comes to be an elector? In the early days of the Republic, the Founding Fathers designed this political process as a way to manage an unruly public and, if needed, overturn the election results. So has it worked in the way that it was intended? In this program, participants will learn about this history of the Electoral College and how it works through a first-hand account.
Frank Argote-Freyre, a former Congressional press secretary, is an Associate Professor at Kean University. He earned his Ph.D. from Rutgers University in Latin American History and is an expert on U.S. -Cuba relations. Frank received a NJCH Honor Book designation in 2007. Also, he was an elector for President Obama in 2012.

This program will be held via Zoom.  You will receive Zoom instructions and online meeting information in your registration confirmation email and again as a reminder about a week prior to the date of the program.  Sponsored by Friends of Madison Public Library.
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