What a beautiful month May is - a true gift after the endless chilly and rainy weather!
The Madison Farmers Market will be on the Green today and every Friday, 3-6pm
DID YOU KNOW? Every Tuesday from 4-6pm, the Scranton Library comes to the Madison Earth Care parking lot (1250A Durham Road), and you can deliver books and return them there. It is very convenient, and books can be ordered online thru their website with a library card or by calling them. They usually bring a few books with them for readers to pick from.
Goodness Grows GardenFest. Saturday, May 21, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at North Madison Congregational Church. Shop a wide range of native and member-grown perennials plants for sale. Check out our workshops, free kids' crafts, vendors and café. Pick up free soil test kits. 1271 Durham Road, North Madison.
KYRIE - a Musical Vigil for Peace to Benefit Ukraine" will be presented on Saturday, May 21, at the First Congregational Church of Madison, on the Green, 26 Meetinghouse Lane at 8 p.m. and will feature Mezzo-Soprano Karoline Wojteczko, a native of the small Polish village of Bagny, which is a few miles from the Belarus border. She is a graduate of the Yale School of Music and Interim Director of Music at St Thomas More Chapel at Yale.
J McLaughlin, 704 Boston Post Road, be hosting an event all day on Tuesday, May 24th to Benefit The Mystic Seaport. See the details here.
Madison Lyric Stage will present Stephen Sondheim’s musical thriller Sweeney Todd, June 9-19, inside their brand-new deluxe tent on the grounds of Madison’s Deacon John Grave House. With music and lyrics by Sondheim and a book by Hugh Wheeler, Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street is a dark, yet often humorous, musical extravaganza. Ticket info here.
There will be a Red Cross Blood Drive on June 16 at the First Congregational Church on the Madison Green on June 16, sponsored by Wm. Pitt/Sotheby's.