Madbury Public Library

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Winter Reading Program

1/4 - 2/27

Sign up for our first Winter Reading Program! Participation is easy. Pick up a bingo card in the library or go to to participate online.
Kids can earn a reading tag for every 4 challenges completed and a grand prize when they finish all 16.
Adults will be entered into a raffle once they complete all 16 reading challenges. 

Winter Children's Programming

Don't forget to register!

Solar System Explorers with McAuliffe- Shepard Discovery Center
Thursday, February 25 at 10:30 

See the night sky and all its wonders in this tour of stars, planets, and other astronomical objects. Learn how to locate planets, which constellations are most easily at that time of year, and which other objects can be seen at night. Explore the scale of the solar system in this interactive experience in which attendees compare their perception of the relative sizes and distances of the Sun and planets with scale models. 

Sing Along with Steve Blunt! 
Saturday, March 20 at 10:30 
Sing and dance along to fun songs with children's musician Steve Blunt! 


Museum of Aviation- Forces and Motion: Focusing on Flight
Thursday, April 29 at 10:30
We're travelling (virtually) to Georgia to visit the Museum of Aviation and learn about the forces of flight! We'll make a working rotor blade and then tour the museum hangar.


As usual these programs will be presented via Zoom and registration will be required. Once scheduled you will be able to register for events on the Durham Library website

Virtual Library

Check out Miss Kayla's Virtual Library! Each week there will be new story time videos and a new featured book to preview. Don't forget to check the e vents page for fun activities, or look at the shelf of new books. Our virtual library can be found hereClick "present" to explore the library.




Story Trail

Story Trail has been put away for winter. 

Sadly it was time to put the story trail away for winter. You can still walk the short loop trail however! Do you have a favorite story you would like to see on the trail in the spring? We would love book suggestions!