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📚 Celebrate the Madison Public Library during National Library Week (and beyond)

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Did you know that 46% of Madisonians have library cards?

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Calling all readers + book enthusiasts: It’s National Library Week. We’re sharing the best ways to celebrate with MPL:

  • Get a library card. (Hint: They’re free and give users access to any public library in a seven-county area)
  • Access free downloads of eBooks, eAudiobooks, newspapers, and more.
  • Attend an event: MPL hosts 3,500+ events for Madisonians each year. (Think: storytime, sewing classes, and help with technology)

From banned books to library facts, see what MPL has planned for the rest of National Library Week.

*Check out* different library services.*

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