ENVIROSCAPE DEMONSTRATION - JUNE 19 AT 2:00

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Enviroscape Demonstration with UW Extension. Learn what a watershed is and how our actions on land impact our local waters.

Did you know that what washes down our storm drains eventually ends up in our local waterways like Black Earth Creek? Learn what a watershed is and how our actions on land impact our local waters. We’ll share information on programs and resources that are available to help you take action to protect our waters. (Best of children ages 5-14 but all ages welcome). 

Program is presented by Dane County Natural Resources Educator, UW-Madison Division of Extension.

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"QUILTS OF VALOR"

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Quilts of Valor display at the library. This quilts have been made and given to military veterans for their service.

 

 

"Quilts of Valor" is a national organization whose mission is to cover Service Members and Veterans touched by war with comforting quilts. Check out more of the quilts on display at the Mazomanie Free Library and read about some of the veterans they were give to. (link to quilts photo album).

 

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It's a Crime Mystery Book Group, Murder in the Marais by Cara Black
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP
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NoveList book search read alike genre character reviews
NoveList - helping readers find their next favorite.
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Check Out APT, Dane County Public Libraries & American Players Theater offering limited free tickets to select 2024 performances
Check out - Limited free tickets available, Mon. JULY 15. Information about APT and performances at AmericanPlayers.org

 

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LIBBY. The library reading app. Get started from Wisconsin's Digital Library (Overdrive)

PUZZLE EXCHANGE

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Photo of the puzzle exchange with many puzzles on the shelf

Do you buy puzzles, have a wonderful time putting them together but then leave them in the closet to gather dust? We created this exchange to make easy for our community to share puzzles that are no longer wanted. How does it work? - Bring a puzzle exchange. You may: swap one puzzle or donate a puzzle without swapping. When you are finished with the puzzle, you can: keep it forever, return it to swap for a different puzzle, return it with no swap.

Donated and returning puzzles and boxes should be in good condition and have all the pieces. Let us know if something is missing. The service is completely free. No library card or checkout necessary.

 

 

MAZOMANIE COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY

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Photo of the food pantry drop off site at the library

The library is a drop-off site for donations to the food pantry. Please, no perishable or frozen items. Paper goods and toiletries are also needed. The food pantry is open the 2nd and 4th Saturdays at the Mazomanie Community Building, 10:00 – 11:30 (masks are required to come inside). Your generosity is greatly appreciated. 

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FRIENDS OF THE MAZOMANIE FREE LIBRARY

BEYOND THE PAGE' CAMPAIGN

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The Beyond the Page campaign is a joint effort of Dane County public libraries and the Madison Community Foundation to create a permanent endowment that will support humanities programming in all 28 libraries - forever. Learn more

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INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY

For the safety of both library patrons and library staff, it is the policy of the Mazomanie Free Library that the library will close when Wisconsin Heights schools close due to inclement weather. Evening and Saturday closings are at the discretion of the librarian on duty.

However, if staff can safely travel, the library may open for limited hours even when the Wisconsin Heights schools are closed. Call the library at 608-795-2104 before venturing out.