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  1. Fall Scavenger Hunt

    October 4, 9:00 AM - October 27, 6:00 PM @ Madison Public Library

    The library is hosting a fun fall scavenger hunt for children of all ages. Youth may stop in to the Main library any time and ask for a scavenger hunt card at one of our service desks. Find all the items on the card, write down the corresponding numbers, and collect sprout bucks to spend at the Madison Farmer's Market.

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  2. All Ages Story Time

    October 18, All Day @ Hanover Branch Library

    This fun story time includes books, songs, music shakers, and crafts. All ages welcome. This group meets for five weeks through November 8. Participants do not have to attend every week. Registration is required. Free. Go to mjcpl.org and click on "Events" to register.

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  3. Birds of Prey: Hardy Lake DNR

    October 18, 2:00 PM - 2:45 PM @ Madison Public Library

    Hardy Lake is home to the Dwight Chamberlain Raptor Center. The center takes in injured and orphaned hawks, owls, eagles, and falcons for the purpose of rehabilitation and release. During this educational program, we will learn about various birds of prey. These animals are still wild, and it is fascinating to see them up close. All ages welcome.

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  4. Bicentennial Speaker Series: Bryant Stamford, Aging & Exercise: Prepare Today for a Better Tomorrow

    October 18, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Madison Public Library

    Americans age poorly and we know it. A recent poll asking 70 year olds if they would like to live to be 100 revealed some fascinating results. Overwhelmingly, the majority said NO! Why? The quality of life for these folks was not great, with all the aches and pains, several powerful prescription meds, etc. and as they projected ahead, they saw their lives rapidly getting worse. A healthier lifestyle that includes daily exercise can promote the kind of vim and vigor it takes to enjoy life at any age. Dr. Bryan Stamford (Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh; B.S., Slippery Rock State College) is an exercise physiologist. He spent much of his career as a professor and administrator at the University of Louisville. Now, Dr. Stamford is the department chair and creator of the Kinesiology & Integrative Physiology at Hanover College.

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