Fish Fry for Madison retirees on Thursday, March 14. Buy your $5 tickets by March 8 at Madison Community Center or Madison the City Chamber of Commerce. Join the fun, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Madison Square Center for the Arts.
March offers a month full of activities for Madison's retirees, including a Fish Fry on March 14 with $5 tickets available at the Community Center and the Chamber of Commerce office. Look over the calendar to find activities.
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.
Tickets are on sale through March 8 at Madison Community Center, 7454 Old Canton Road, and at Madison the City Chamber of Commerce, 2023 Main St. Tickets are $5 per person.
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Madison City Hall will be closed for the Presidents' Day holiday Monday, Feb. 18.
Garbage pickup will not be affected by the holiday.
Madison City Hall will be closed Monday, Feb. 18 for Presidents' Day.
Garbage pickup will go on as normally scheduled.
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..
Early bird registration is $400 and due by May 31. After that, the fee is $450. All registration fees are due by June 21.
Campers will take classes in music, dance, art, set design, theater arts and drama each day as they prepare for their musical production on July 20. This year's show is "Getting to Know ... Footloose."
Get your registration form in to be an amazing experience.
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 boil water notice is still in effect until these results are in. We will update with any new information when we receive it.
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 east of Highway 51 within the City of Madison. Low water pressure was reported during regular maintenance of the water system. This notice does not include customers of the Bear Creek Water District or the Pearl River Valley Water Supply District.