On August 21, the United States will experience a total eclipse of the sun for the first time since 1979.
Learn all about eclipses and how you can be wowed by this one at the La Valle Public Library on Saturday, August 12 at 11 a.m.
The program will be led by John Heasley, an astronomy educator with Driftless Stargazing and a Solar System Ambassador with NASA.
The pool is open! But, there is plenty going on at the Library this summer. Summer Library Program is going on through July 20 on Thursdays at 4 p.m. with treats and fun. Tuesdays at 3 p.m. we are showing movies. Over the course of the summer there will be many drop-in programs going on - there will be an electronic stencil cutter the week of June 19 so you can stop by to make cards, scrapbooks, whatever you want. July 10 Lego Mindstorms will be here for the week. Build a robot and program it to do cool things. The week of July 24 the Stop Motion kit will be here and you can use it to make a short stop-motion movie. Other programming will be added as the summer progresses.
The 2016 Annual Report is complete and we have put together a brochure of the years highlights and numbers. Check it out HERE.
The Spring Election is Tuesday, April 3, 2018. The following page will help you register to vote, know where to vote, see sample ballots for upcoming elections, and more.
My Vote Wisconsin
The Library carries Voter Registration Applications, as well as information on registering. If you are voting Absentee and need a copy of your photo ID, we will do that free of charge.
The Library now uses MyPC, a time management software that also allows users to view computer availability and make online reservations via a computer, tablet or smartphone.
To make a reservation in advance, go to http://mypc.scls.info
Access your favorite magazines through Flipster, a next-generation digital magazine service that allows people to browse the latest issues of high quality digital versions of popular magazines.
Madison has always been home to a dynamic music scene. The Yahara Music Library celebrates that fact by creating an online library of local music to share with the community. The diverse collection of music in Yahara includes established musicians and up and coming artists who play everything from rock, hip hop, classical, and more. All South Central Library System card holders can stream music from the Yahara Music Library using any web browser or download albums in multiple formats to a variety of devices.