Mar 012021
 

While still responding to the Corona Virus crisis, certain restrictions will be enforced.

  • Face coverings are required to enter the building
  • Computer use will be limited to 4 stations; social distancing (6ft) will be enforced
  • Items for return shall be put in the book drop or other designated area
  • No bathroom or drinking fountains available at this time
  • Other safety measures such as the use of hand sanitizer, quarantining of material, and social distancing will also be in effect

The Madison Public Library in Madison, NE is open: Monday-Thursday 11:30-6:00 PM Friday 11:30-5:00 PM

Thank you for your cooperation as we strive to serve our community safely.

Oct 142020
 

Operating hours will be: Monday-Thursday 11:30 – 6 pm; Friday 11:30 – 5 pm

While still responding to the Corona Virus crisis, certain restrictions will be enforced.

  • Face coverings are required to enter the building
  • Children under 16 should be accompanied by an adult – no computers
  • The number of patrons will be limited to 10 people at a time, excluding staff
  • Computer use will be limited to 4 stations; social distancing (6ft) will be enforced and limited to 30 minutes per day
  • Items for return shall be put in the book drop or other designated area
  • No bathroom or drinking fountains available at this time
  • Other safety measures such as the use of hand sanitizer, quarantining of material, distancing from the circulation desk will also be in effect

Thank you for your cooperation

Lori Porter, Director  

Apr 152020
 

The Madison Public Library is offering free crafts for children in Madison. Call the library or knock on the window to choose your free butterfly or flamingo craft kit. 402-454-3500

The Madison Public Library is offering free vegetable seeds to the Madison community. Types of seeds still available include: green beans, beets, carrots, lettuce, pumpkin, spinach, squash, watermelon. (Thank you Madison Community Chest.)

The Madison Public Library is offering free curbside delivery of library books and movies for your enjoyment. (many New titles added since library closing!) To check available titles visit the library online catalog

Though the library building remains closed to the public your library still has a lot to offer. We are here to serve you M-Thurs 11:30-7:00 and Fri 11:30-5:00. 402-454-3500.

Stay safe and well!

Mar 162020
 

The Madison Public Library will be CLOSED until further notice. There will be no library fines at this time. Library staff will be available to meet you at the door of the library with your requested items. To request library items please call 402-454-3500 during these hours: Mon-Thurs 12:00-6:00pm and Fri 12:00-5:00pm.

The Madison Public Library catalog can be accessed online https://madisonlibrary.follettdestiny.com/common/welcome.jsp?context=saas41_2601254

If you are a patron of our library you have access to the nebraska.overdrive.com database of ebooks and audiobooks. Please call the library for your library card number and password.

Feb 202020
 

We all hope for an early spring.

still hoping…

In the meantime, check out the indoor entertainment at your library.

books for sale .15 each through February

Remember to register for a Dr. Seuss prize.

winners announced Friday, Feb 28th

As always, the coffee bar has hot beverages to warm you as you read.

Aug 302016
 

Do you miss Harry Potter?

The story continues… Enjoy it free at your local library.

While Harry grapples with a past that refuses to stay where it belongs, his youngest son Albus must struggle with the weight of a family legacy he never wanted. As past and present fuse ominously, both father and son learn the uncomfortable truth: sometimes, darkness comes from unexpected places. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the eighth story in the Harry Potter series and the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage.

Apr 072015
 

Select adult fiction books are on sale at the Madison Public Library. Only .15 each or fill a bag for just $1.00. This sale is temporary so hurry in!

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Apr 242014
 

If you are asking yourself ‘What is the CCC?’ you are not alone.

Bill Jamerson spoke April 4th about the Civilian Conservation Corps(CCC). Also known as the Dollar-A-Day Boys it was an organization formed during the New Deal to create jobs.

 

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Bill is a wonderful entertainer and we enjoyed his visit.

Thank you to the Madison County Museum, Northside Community Center and Madison Public Library for bringing Bill Jamerson to Madison!