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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.
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Essential Oils Intro
39 Keep Street
Wednesday, Dec. 19, 7:oo PM
Come Learn about essential oils and their uses. Learn how to choose the right oils, different grades of essential oils, distillation processes, and how to include them in every day life.
Anime & Ramen (Grade
39 Keep Street
Friday, Dec. 21, 4-5
Your favorite anime + noodles = the perfect after school hangout! 

Meet in the Chase Room!
Tween Steam Hour (3r
39 Keep Street
Friday, Jan. 11, 4-5
Join us for an hour of STEAM freeplay fun in the Chase Room. 

Spheros, Snap Circuits, LEGOS, oh my! 


See what fun you can get into with the library's techy gadgets. 
Teen Book Arts (5th
39 Keep Street
Tuesday, Jan. 15, 7-8:30
Have you ever wanted to make a secret compartment in a book? Join us for a fun workshop to learn how! 

Registration is required. We will be meeting in the Rushmore Room.
Ready... Set... Go!
39 Keep Street
Wednesday, Jan. 16, 4-5:30pm
A workshop for Middle School students and Ninth and Tenth grade students on how to prepare for the Eleventh Grade College Search process.  We will explore, explain and discuss Resumes, Transcripts, Report Cards, SAT-ACT Testing, The Essay, The Interview, Teacher Recommendations, Campus Visits, The Application, and other College Preparation/Search Topics.  Handouts will be given.  The format is an interactive discussion on how the student can make him/herself a better candidate for college acceptance.  Anticipated workshop length: 1½ hours.  

Parents of 6th-10th graders are also welcome! 

Registration is Required. 
 
Unplugged Gamers (4t
39 Keep Street
Thursday, Jan. 17, 4-5
It's time for some old fashioned gaming! Join us for an hour of fun games without a screen.

Snacks provided. Meet in the Chase Room.
Go, van Gogh! Armcha
39 Keep Street
Tuesday, Jan. 22, 7:oo PM
Pastor and painter Vincent van Gogh produced more than 2,000 works of art in his last decade. Van Gogh wrote to his brother Theo that, as he had no children, he viewed his paintings as his progeny. Let’s explore some of these “brilliant children,” especially those at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Come spend an evening with art historian Michael Norris to learn about van Gogh's art and life.
Bad Art Night (5th g
39 Keep Street
Thursday, Jan. 24, 4-5:30pm
What is 'bad art'? Well... bad art is what you make of it! It's gaudy... it's outrageous... it's absolutely fun to make! Join us in the Chase Room for an evening of creations beyond anyones belief. Will you take home the Madison Public Library Bad Art trophy? 

Registration is required. 
This program is only for Teens. 
Anime & Ramen (Grade
39 Keep Street
Friday, Jan. 25, 4-5
Your favorite anime + noodles = the perfect after school hangout! 

Meet in the Chase Room!
Teen Treats & Good E
39 Keep Street
Monday, Jan. 28, 4-4:45
Join Torey from the Chatham Library to learn how to make a special, tasty snack. 

Registration required for this event. 
Valentines Day Origa
39 Keep Street
Thursday, Feb. 7, 4-5
Make some awesome Valentines Day themed origami for yourself or a loved one. 

Registration is required. 
Tween Steam Hour (3r
39 Keep Street
Friday, Feb. 8, 4-5
Join us for an hour of STEAM freeplay fun in the Chase Room. 

Spheros, Snap Circuits, LEGOS, oh my! 


See what fun you can get into with the library's techy gadgets. 
Retro Gaming Night (
39 Keep Street
Tuesday, Feb. 12, 7-8:30
You've seen our awesome old-school video game consoles for borrowing... now's your chance to test them out! We have Atari, Nintendo, and Sega Genesis. Light snacks will be served. There will also be a number of boardgames available for those waiting for a turn with the videogames.

This event is a Drop-In program -- no registration is required. 
Unplugged Gamers (4t
39 Keep Street
Thursday, Feb. 21, 4-5
It's time for some old fashioned gaming! Join us for an hour of fun games without a screen.

Snacks provided. Meet in the Chase Room.
Anime & Ramen (Grade
39 Keep Street
Friday, Feb. 22, 4-5
Your favorite anime + noodles = the perfect after school hangout! 

Meet in the Chase Room!
 Paintings of the Du
39 Keep Street
Tuesday, Feb. 26, 7:00 pm
Get to know the part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art devoted to the pictures of Frans Hals, Jan Vermeer, and Rembrandt van Rijn. Along the way, learn about the Dutch Republic in its 17th-century heyday, including its tulip mania and the Flying Dutchman! Presented by art historian Michael Norris. 
Tween Steam Hour (3r
39 Keep Street
Friday, Mar. 8, 4-5
Join us for an hour of STEAM freeplay fun in the Chase Room. 

Spheros, Snap Circuits, LEGOS, oh my! 


See what fun you can get into with the library's techy gadgets. 
Maple Sugaring at th
39 Keep Street
Saturday, Mar. 9, 2:00 pm
How is sweet maple syrup made from tree sap? See the process from start to finish!
Unplugged Gamers (4t
39 Keep Street
Thursday, Mar. 14, 4-5
It's time for some old fashioned gaming! Join us for an hour of fun games without a screen.

Snacks provided. Meet in the Chase Room.
Anime & Ramen (Grade
39 Keep Street
Friday, Mar. 22, 4-5
Your favorite anime + noodles = the perfect after school hangout! 

Meet in the Chase Room!
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