The public is invited to a discussion of Susan Abulhawa’s novel “Mornings in Jenin,” which follows the lives of four generations of a Palestinian family from their 1948 expulsion from what became Israel, through their later struggles as refugees in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. The first meeting is tonight from 7 to 9pm at the Madison Central Library 201 West Mifflin Street in Room 104. This is co-sponsored by the Madison-Rafah Sister City Project, the Madison Infoshop Free Skool, and the Peregrine Forum. For more info, call 608-284-9082.
Madison Action for Mining Alternatives meets every other Wednesday. Tonight’s meeting is at 6:30pm on the fourth floor of 122 State Street. For more info, call 250-9240, or email email@example.com.
Project Home offers classes starting in February on Water and Mold, Basic Home Maintenance, Basic Household Plumbing, and more. All classes are held at Project Home, 1966 South Stoughton Road. Classes are free and open to the public. This is funded in part by Madison Gas and Electric and Heritage Credit Union. Advance registration is required. Visit projecthomewi.org for more information.