A Fish Fry for senior adults is set for March 14, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Madison Square Center for the Arts. Entertainment will be supplied by Big Earl and Penn's is catering the food.
Madison City Hall will be closed for the Presidents' Day holiday Monday, Feb. 18.
Garbage pickup will not be affected by the holiday.
Registration is open for Summer Arts Camp at Madison Square Center for the Arts. Camp is July 8-19 for students who have finished first grade through ninth grade..
All samples were cleared by the Mississippi Department of Health. The City of Madison has lifted the boil water notice.
As of 10 a.m. there is no update from the Mississippi Department of Health regarding sample results.
The City of Madison Public Works Department reports that a mandatory boil water notice has been issued for City of Madison business and residential water customers...
February is a busy month for retirees. Check out the calendar of activities for seniors
Click the link to see the calendar
Repairs are underway on Friday, Jan. 25, at the Cotton Hill water well. Businesses and residents that are east of the well may experience brown water from their pipes, but it is not necessary to boil water.
In observance of a legal state holiday, Madison City Hall will be closed Monday, Jan. 21.
Madison the City Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual banquet Thursday, Jan. 24, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Reunion Golf and Country Club. Tickets are $40 and available by contacting the Chamber at 601-856-7060.
January is filled with activities for our retirees. Look at the calendar and discover activities for the new year.
The Polar Express will be shown tonight (Dec. 14) at 6 p.m. inside Madison Square Center for the Arts for Movie on Main.
Madison's Christmas Parade is on schedule to march through the city on Saturday.
While there have been concerns about the weather, it looks like the parade can go forward beginning at 9 a.m.
Here are the Senior activities for December, enjoy!
Bible study will not meet in December but resumes Jan. 2.
Madison the City will officially observe Halloween on Wednesday, Oct. 31. In the past, neighborhood associations have elected to have Halloween events on other designated days. That is the neighborhood's choice.