Upcoming Library Program...

The Historical Background
 of the Dakota 38+2
Memorial and Reconciliation Ride

by Robert Cordts

Thursday, December 4th 
Public Library Meeting Room

Mr. Cordts will present an outline of the historical events behind the annual Dakota 38+2 Ride.*

The Dakota 38+2 Riders will be beginning their annual ride,  Wednesday December 10th in the Lower Brule Reservation and are expected to travel through Madison on December 14th.  For more information about the upcoming ride check out their Facebook Group Page: Dakota 38+2 Memorial Ride

Want to read about last year's ride?
Check out Dakota 38+2 Memorial Ride 2013

*Presentation is suitable for mature audiences.

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In Observance of Thanksgiving,
 the Library will be 
Thursday, November 27th.

We will open again on Friday.

Friday, November 28th 10am to 5pm
Saturday, November 29th 10am to 5pm

Faith of Our Fathers:

 Insights and stories of the Dakota Way, Ranchers and Soldiers

Friday, November 21st

They were sons of brave fathers, these sons became soldier-warriors. Is this where their similarities end? Wind Flower Women, voices of Joyce Jefferson, Belinda F. Joe, and Lillian Witt, share vivid memories of their fathers’ stories flowing through time by our prairie wind. These women weave vibrant connections of their fathers’ journeys through song, freedom, and dancing in the wind. You are invited to their circle.

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In Observance of Veterans Day, the Library will be CLOSED Tuesday, November 11th.

Desperate Times Require Desperate Measures:

The Alternatives to Violence Project

Presented by Eve Fisher
7 PM, Thursday, November 6th
Madison Public Library Meeting Room

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