Learn how to spot and report severe weather to National Weather Service in class to be held at Denson Robinson Public Services Complex.
Learn how to spot/report severe weather to the National Weather Service in class at Denson Robinson Public Services Complex.
Madison's annual Scarecrow Festival is set for Thursday, Oct. 10.
The fun and festivities will be on Main Street, 6-8 p.m. Entertainment will be The Patrick Harkins Band. There will be food trucks, an obstacle course, pony rides, inflatables, a cake walk, face painting, pumpking painting and train rides.
Come out and enjoy this event sponsored by BankPlus.
Anyone interested in learning how to detect potentially severe storms and how to relay severe weather information is invited to Skywarn/Spotter Training in Madison. There will a class at 9 a.m., Monday, Sept. 23, and a class at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 24, at the Denson Robinson Public Services Complex, 1239 Highway 51.
The training class, provided by the National Weather Service, is free, and registration is not required. The class lasts about two hours.
Madison City Hall will be closed Monday, Sept. 2, for Labor Day.
Madison the City Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for outstanding business leaders under the age of 40. Those nominated must live or work in the City of Madison. Nominations are due at the Chamber office by Sept. 20.
Madison's Parks & Recreation Department is now hiring part-time grounds crew staff.
The grounds crew participates in daily preparation and maintenance of the city's athletic fields at Liberty Park. Visit Madison City Hall, 1004 Main Street, for an application.