School's Out Movie
Monday, February 15
1:00 - 2:45 PM
Shaun the Sheep Movie
It's another movie day at the library! Join us as we gear up for the Academy Awards with another film nominated for Best Animated Film of the Year. This one's about a little sheep with big dreams - from the creators of Chicken Run and Wallace & Gromit. Call the library at 798-3881 for more specific information about the movie, then give us your name and number of attendees and we will save some seats for you.
Free popcorn too!
Carpe Librum Book Discussion
TAX FORM NEWS
The IRS is supplying a limited number of tax forms this year.
Forms will be displayed as soon as they arrive.
Legends of the Leprechauns – A Live Radio Play For All Ages
Wednesday, March 9th at 6:30 PM
It’s not blarney! Join us for this special performance of Legends of the Leprechauns, a live radio play for all ages, performed by Heartline Theatricals. The play is based on Celtic folktales collected by William Butler Yeats and Thomas Crofton Croker. This performance is supported by Beyond the Page Endowment of the Dane County Libraries and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
This program is free and open to the public, and all ages are welcome, so no shilly-shallying! Call 798-3881 to sign up.
Travel the World at Your Public Library
If you missed the January tour of Scandinavia, no worries. There are still two more opportunities to see the world at your public library! Join us the last Wednesdays of February and March when Carol Phelps, a world traveler since the age of three, presents two more exciting travelogues. Carol has visited over 40 countries, and with camera in hand, she’s navigated rain forests and deserts, mountain peaks and tropical islands, remote villages and bustling cities, capturing the sights, sounds, and culture of many countries. And after each engaging armchair tour, we will indulge in a delicious treat from the country we visited!
Wednesday, February 24th - ITALY
Wednesday, March 30th - FRANCE
Programs run from 1:00 - 2:30 PM
Please call 798-3881 to sign up!
Stories to Keep Us Warm
Join us in January, February and March as we explore the many ways both animals and people keep warm during the winter months. Every fifth week there will be a coffee break: free playtime for the kids, and coffee and tea for the grown-ups. Check out our schedule and themes for Stories to Keep Us Warm.
Get Your Cap Times Here!
The library now carries the weekly Cap Times. Stop by each week, and get your free copy
Library is Local Drop-off Site for the Mazomanie Food Pantry
When you return your library materials, don’t forget to bring in a non-perishable item for the food pantry. Your donations are much needed and greatly appreciated! No expired or previously opened food, please.
Open Music Jam
Do you have a guitar gathering dust? Are you a harmonica player without a band? Don’t play an instrument, but like to sing or simply listen? Stop by the library on Thursday nights at 6:00 and join other area musicians in a weekly music jam! From beginner to way good, all abilities welcome!
Beyond the Page
Join the Beyond the Page campaign, a joint effort of the Dane County Library Service and the Madison Community Foundation to create a permanent endowment that will support humanities programming in all 28 public libraries in Dane County – forever. Please help support our library's access to funding for future programs.
- Learn more here
- Listen to an interview about the campaign with Tom Linfield of the Madison Community Foundation, Verona Public Library's former director, Brian Simons, and NPR's Kathleen Dunn.
- Read WISC Editorial Director Neil Heinen's editorial about the campaign.
The library system's Overdrive eBook collection is now compatible with the Kindle, Nook, and Reader as well as other mobile devices. To get started right away go to the Digital Download Center.