Summer Celebration: June 10
Saturday, June 10
Join Literacy Network Students, Volunteers and Supporters for:
Food Carts: The Looking Glass Bakery, Jakarta Cafe, Taqueria Sabor Querentano, Kin Kin Coffee
Activities: Face Painting, Tarot Card Readings, Balloon Animals, Free Kids Books and more!
Shop the book sale while you are here.
This event is open to the whole community. Grab a friend and family and join in on the celebration!
June 9-10: Used Book Sale!
We are grateful to the food trucks who will be joining us to serve you up a delicious lunch!
- Friday, June 9, 10:00am-7:00pm
- Saturday, June 10, 10:00am-2:00pm
Time for our used book sale! Thousands of fantastic used books are being stockpiled for the sale, and include a wide variety of literature, children's books, how-to, humor, current and past best-sellers, business, travel, and a large collection of mysteries. Most books will be priced at $2 or less! All proceeds help keep our classes, tutors, and textbooks free for low-literate adults in our programs. The book sale will be held at the Literacy Network building located at 701 Dane Street, Madison, WI.
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Donate your used books!
Your used books support adult literacy! We use your used books to help adult students.
Have books to donate? We need you to sort through them first; please click here for guidelines and instructions for donating. Books can be dropped off during Literacy Network office hours.
September 24: Run for Literacy
New location! New Course!
Sunday, September 24
Registration coming soon!
9:00am Race Start at Literacy Network! This year's event will begin and end at Literacy Network, 701 Dane Street. Help us celebrate one year in the new learning center.
Your steps make a difference!
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Join us along roads and bike paths in South Madison for the 26th year and help end the cycle of illiteracy. Funds raised from the run will benefit Dane County adults that are committed to improving their reading, writing and speaking skills to be better equipped to succeed in the workplace, understand health issues, and provide supportive environments for the education of their children. The Literacy Network provides free classes and with the help of more than 500 volunteer tutors over 1,200 adults are helped each year.
It's your choice how far you go: 5K Run, 5K Walk, or 10K Run! Every step makes a difference is ending illiteracy for adults in Dane County.
Reading Between the Wines: 2018 Date TBD
Thank you for attending Reading Between the Wines. Check out photos and videos from the 2017 event.
About the Event
Each year we host this annual celebration of adult students who are in Literacy Network programs. We celebrate their accomplishments by hearing select students read their personal essays about what literacy means to them.
Sponsorship Packages are available for this event
Contact Jen Davie, email@example.com to discuss opportunities.