NEWS

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Task Force Opportunity.  The City is encouraging residents to apply to serve on a task force on the structure of City government.  Applications are due by November 3.  More information is available at http://www.cityofmadison.com/news/residents-asked-to-apply-to-serve-on-task-force-on-structure-of-city-government .

​Energy Study.  

Also, through November 17, 2017, the Madison 100% renewable Energy Study is collecting public comments online, looking for innovative ideas regarding how the City will be powered in a sustainable way, and reduce carbon emissions in the future.  Comments can be submitted at http://www.madison100renewableenergy.com/ .

EVENTS

Mon., Oct 23 6:30pm-7:30pm

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Cuddle up for Hygge Storytime.  Not familiar with the Danish concept of Hygge? It’s the art of being cozy! Pull on your pjs, bathrobes, and slippers, and bring your blankets, pillows, and stuffed friends to cuddle up for this cozy evening storytime. Juice and popcorn provided as we read cozy stories in our jammies!  Sequoya Library, Tokay Blvd. at Midvale Blvd.

Tue., Oct. 24 5:00pm  

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Bucky Book Swap.  Bring your Bucky Book, bring a list of page numbers of coupons you want and the ones you don’t. Fitchburg Senior Center, 5510 Lacy Rd.

Tue., Oct. 24  6:00pm-7:30 pm  

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2018 City Budget – final listening session.  Alders Cheeks, Phair and McKinney will be present.  Topics are  safety, equity and opportunity. Fire Station #7 (1810 McKenna Blvd.).

Tue., Oct. 24 6:00pm-7:30pm

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Hidden Voices: African American Writers in Wisconsin.  Join three Madison-area African American writers – poet Fabu, novelist Sherry Lucille, and playwright and novelist Catrina Sparkman – as they discuss their poetry and prose in relation to the work of three African American literary giants who also lived and worked in the Madison area during the 20th century: novelist Jean Toomer, playwright Lorraine Hansberry, and poet Sarah Webster Fabio.  Meadowridge Library, Raymond Rd.

Wed., Oct. 25  6:00pm-9:00pm 

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Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Presentation. At the West District Police Station, McKenna Blvd.  To register, contact: Lt. Chalecki at lchalecki@cityofmadison.com

Wed., Oct. 25 7:00pm-8:45pm.

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Author Event – Walkabout Undone by Dave Watson.  Madison resident and author Dave Watson followed love to Australia and became embroiled in racism, xenophobia, and academic shenanigans. He is since founder and editor of Movies Matter, davesaysmoviesmatter.com.  This is his first book.  Sequoya Library.

Thr., Oct. 26  6:30pm-7:30 pm

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Go Big Read.  Discussion of UW-Madison’s 2017 Go Big Read Book, “Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis” by J.D. Vance. This New York Times bestseller is personal reflection on upward mobility in America seen through the lens of a white, working-class family in the Midwest.  His story has sparked discussion about social, economic, and political issues nation-wide. Go to: http://www.madisonpubliclibrary.org/go-big-read to find more information, including other discussion dates.  Meadowridge Library.

Fri., Oct. 27 3:00pm-4:00pm

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Building Old Fashioned Toys.  Have you ever heard of a gee haw whimmy diddle, a whirligig, or a wooden thingamabob? Well, in this workshop you can come create your own! Work with Bubbler artist Taylor Rushing to build and decorate your personalized old-fashioned wooden toy. Registration begins 10/13, Ages 6 – 11.  Register at http://host.evanced.info/madison/evanced/eventsignup.asp?ID=65393&ID=65393_ .  Alicia Ashman Library, 733 N. High Point Rd.

Fri., Oct. 27  6:30pm-9:00pm

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Moon over Monona Terrace.  View the moon and planets through various telescopes on the roof of Monona Terrace.  Kids’ activities and presentation included.  Free tickets needed for admission.  Call 261-4000.

Sat., Oct. 28 12:00pm-5:00pm

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Falk School Rummage Sale.  Coordinated by the Falk Parent Teachers Organization.  Falk Elementary School, 6323 Woodington Way

Sat., Oct, 28 1:00pm-3:00pm.

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Día de los Muertos Celebration.  Celebrate Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)!  Día de los Muertos is an ancient Mexican holiday when families joyfully honor and remember family, friends, and ancestors.  Make folk crafts, calaveras (sugar skulls), papel picado (cut tissue paper designs), mariposas (butterflies), and snack on Pan de Muertos (bread of the dead) to share this beautiful Mexican tradition. No registration necessary.  Sequoya Library.

COMING UP

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Tue., Nov. 14
Parks reservations Lottery Day.  For more information, see http://www.cityofmadison.com/parks/reserve/shelters/ “Lottery Day” section.

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NEWS
Brush collection is now over.  If you have brush, you can take it to the collection site at  1501 Badger Road (not to the one on South Point Road. For hours, etc., go to: https://www.cityofmadison.com/streets/yardWaste/dropoffsites.cfm
 
Yard waste collection is continuing.  For our area, pick-up is pending, within the next week or two.  Yard waste includes:


Game Day Specials at Madison Golf Courses.  On days with Badger or Packers home games, get low golf rates and food and drink specials.  Also, it’s  sign-up time for fall leagues.  Call the Odana Hills Golf Course 266-4724 for more info.
 
A Free Open Computer Lab is available at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center Tues.-Fri. from 9:00am-2:30pm and from 9:00am to 1:45pm on Mondays.


EVENTS
Mon., Oct. 16,  Sign up for Community Baby Shower (see Oct. 21 below)  Call 770-9588 or email outeach@projectbabies.org
 
Mon., Oct 16 (and succeeding Mondays) 12-12:45. Meditation at Monona Terrace. Free and open to the public.  Walk-ins welcome.
 
Tues., Oct. 17  6-7pm  West Side Boxing Club Starts.   At  the Elver Park Neighborhood Center.  For ages 12 to 19 yrs old,  male or female. Fees are $68 dollars for the year to be USA Boxing registered and to buy hand wraps.  Reduced fees available.  Packets and information at the Elver Park Neighborhood Center.  Contact Justin Nelson at 608-279-3164 for more information.
 
Wed., Oct. 18  (and following Wednesdays) 10:30-noon  Cribbage at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center.  Just before the noon Senior lunches.  Free.
 
Thurs., Oct., 19 (and following Thursdays)  10:30am and 12:45-2:00pm  Cribbage at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center.  Free. 
 
Thurs., Oct. 19  9-11:30 am  Health and Resource Fair at the Madison Senior Center (330 West Mifflin).  Free health screenings, over 25 vendors, drawings for prizes, healthy snacks.  Dementia Friendly Communities at 9:15; Exercise for Arthritis Pain and Stiffness at 10:15.
 
Fri., Oct 20 5:30-7:30 and Sat., Oct 21  9- 1 pm  Meadowridge Library Book Sale.  Lots of books available.  $5 for a bag of books, from noon to 1:00 on Saturday.  At the library.
 
Fri., Oct. 20 by end of school.  End of collection for Falk School Rummage Sale (Oct. 28). Drop off during school hours and place items in the bin outside room 105. If you want to donate baked goods, you can drop them off with Ms. Kiki the day before the event, or bring them the morning of. No peanuts in your ingredients, please! 
 
Sat., Oct. 21  Noon- 2 pm   Community Baby Shower at the Theresa Terrace Neighborhood Center.  Free diapers, wipes, clothing and more plus lunch.  Register by Oct. 16 to 770-9588 or outreach@projectbabies.org
 
Sun., Oct. 22  1:30-3:30 pm  Sunday Jazz at Sequoya with the Caig Mason Combo.  CMC is a group of local musicians with a rich variety of backgrounds and experiences. Please visit them on Facebook!

https://www.facebook.com/Craigmasoncombo/

UPCOMING EVENTS
Tues., Oct. 24 5 pm  Bucky Book Swap at the Fitchburg Senior Center.  Bring your Bucky Book, bring list of page numbers of coupons you want and the ones you don’t. Trading is fast and furious.
 
Tues., Oct. 24  6-7:30 pm  Final Listening Session on 2018 City Budget.  Alders Cheeks, Phair and McKinney at Fire Station #7 (1810 McKenna).  Topic is safety, equity and opportunity.
 
Wed., Oct. 25  6-9 pm Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Presentation. At the West District Police Station.  To register, contact: Lt. Chalecki at lchalecki@cityofmadison.com
 
Thurs., Oct. 26  6:30– 7:30 pm.  Book Discussion of UW-Madison’’s 2017 Go Big Read Book, “Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis” by J.D. Vance. This New York Times bestseller is personal reflection on upward mobility in America seen through the lens of a white, working-class family in the Midwest.  His story has sparked discussion about social, economic, and political issues nation-wide. Go to: http://www.madisonpubliclibrary.org/go-big-read to find more information, including other discussion dates.
Fri., Oct. 27  6:30-9 pm  Moon over Monona Terrace.  View the moon and planets through various telescopes on the roof of Monona Terrace.  Kids’ activities and presentation included.  Free tickets needed for admission.  Call 261-4000.
The Prairie Hills Potluck.  It’s tomorrow at 6:00 at Our Redeemer.
As to what to bring if you want, since it’s lasagna (meat or vegetarian), we don’t need a lot of sides.  Salad, fruit, more bread would work.  Plus desserts.  Questions? Ask Tara Keenan (Tara.Keenan@gmail.com) or Sarah Kirk (kirkysarah@ yahoo.com).
NEWS
 

Don’t forget the Prairie Hills Potluck!  (Details below)

 


EVENTS

Mon., Oct 9 10:00am-11:30am

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Alicia Ashman Mystery Book Group: “Stealing the Countess”.  Join the Alicia Ashman Mystery Book Group for discussions of mysteries, thrillers, and suspense titles. Be ready to share with the group recent reads in these genres. Our next title will be available for pick-up following today’s discussion, with extra copies available while supplies last.  Alicia Ashman library, 733 N. High Point Rd.

Tue., Oct. 10 4:00pm-5:00pm

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Library LEGO Club.  Join other LEGO fans and build your own unique creation.

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Meadowridge Library, Raymond Rd.

Tue., Oct. 10 6:00pm-8:00pm 

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Prairie Hills Potluck.  Entree will be provided. Come, bring the family, meet your neighbors.  If possible, bring a snack, dessert, salad or side dish.  Short business meeting to elect officers will follow.  The slate offered by the board of directors is:  President: Tara Keenan; Vice President: Zach Scheeler; Treasurer: Jacob Ela.   Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1701 McKenna Blvd.

Wed., Oct. 11 3:30pm-5:00pm

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Chess Club.  Learn how to play chess and play against others with varied levels of experience. Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult.  Meadowridge Library.

Thr., Oct. 12 10:00am-10:45am OR 11:00am-11:45am

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Toddler Art Class.  Enjoy the tactile wonders of paint, glitter, glue and more. Smocks or “messy” clothes recommended. For toddlers ages 18 – 36 months. Registration is on a first come, first served basis. Please pick up a nametag 10 minutes before the program.  Sequoya Library, Tokay Blvd. at Midvale Blvd.

Thursday, Oct. 12 6:00pm

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Online Grocery Shopping.  Did you know that places like HyVee and Woodman’s make it easy to logon to their websites to shop for items? You can choose whether to have groceries delivered or ready-for-pickup.  See firsthand how staff member Amy Jordan navigates the sites to get exactly what she needs, and ways to save money at the same time. Please call 270-4290 to reserve your spot.  Fitchburg Senior Center, 5510 East Lacy Rd.

Fri., Oct 13 10:00am-11:15am

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Android Smart Phone Basics 101.  (This class will NOT cover iPhones!)  Learn how to take advantage of the technology in your phone. Plenty of time for questions. Bring your phone. This class will have a maximum of 8 participants, so register early (266-6581).   Madison Senior Center, 330 West Mifflin St.

Fri., Oct 13 10:30am-11:15am

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Storytime for the Very Young.  Enjoy stories, songs and rhymes. No registration required.(For children ages 0-30 months.) Note: No storytime on 10/6 and 11/24.  Meadowridge Library.

Sat., OCt 14 1:00pm-3:30pm

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Computer Coaching.  Sign up for a one-hour session (starting at 1pm or 2:30pm) on the first and second Saturday of the month Sept – November with a Computer Coach providing individualized instruction on using word processing (Word), spreadsheets (Excel) and other computer basics. Bring your own laptop or use one of our PC’s. Call 608-824-1780 to register or register online at http://host.evanced.info/madison/evanced/eventsignup.asp?ID=66619&ID=66619_ .  Alicia Ashman Library.

COMING UP

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Falk School Annual Rummage and Bake Sale (October 28):  If you can donate, please bring items to Falk School now through Oct. 20th during school hours and place them in the bin outside room 105. If you want to donate baked goods, you can drop them off with Mrs. Kiki the day before the event, or bring them the morning of. No peanuts in your ingredients, please! And thank you!

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The West Side Boxing Club is starting up again starting 10/17/17 at the Elver Park Neighborhood Center.  There will be one competitive class on Tuesday Nights, and plan on transportation to Ford’s Gym  added to that once kids are ready.  The age group is from 12 to 19 Yrs old male or female. Fees are $68 dollars for the year to be USA Boxing registered and to buy hand wraps.  Packets and information can be found at the Elver Park Neighborhood Center.  All completed packets should be brought to the Elver Park Neighborhood Center.  Contact Justin Nelson at 608-279-3164 for more information.

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Prairie Hills Potluck will be held, Tues, Oct. 10 6-8pm at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church. Entree will be provided. Come, bring the family, meet your neighbors. If possible, bring a snack, dessert, salad or side dish. Short business meeting to elect officers will follow. The slate offered by the board of directors is: President: Tara Keenan; Vice President: Zach Scheeler; Treasurer: Jacob Ela.

Phone scam.​ The West Police District reports a scam in the area​.​ ​Y​oung males are approaching people and asking to use their phone. When the citizen gives up the phone to allow the person to use it, the suspects take off running with it.​ So, please politely refuse to hand over your phone.

Mayor’s Roundtable. You can still register for ​this ​city-wide event scheduled for Saturday, October 7th from 8 am to 12 pm at the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center​. ​ FREE. ​There will be an opening presentation by the mayor and the director of planning and development, followed by a choice of 8 workshops.​ ​Childcare and translations provided.Register

Accountant wanted. The City of Madison Engineering Division is currently recruiting for a permanent Accountant 1 or 2. The job posting can be viewed online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/madisonwi/jobs/1845215/accountant-1-or-2-engineering?&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs. The application deadline is October 16th, 2017.​

Need to dispose of your mattress? ​The team at Tuck.com ​has ​created a guide on how mattresses can be recycled, donated, and disposed of legally.​ ​You can a look at the resource here: https://www.tuck.com/mattress-disposal/

Police Department Survey. This is a survey about your neighborhood and police services. It takes about 5 minutes to fill out and the police department would appreciate the input. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MPDWEST2017
Read more

​The Madison Police Department has been awarded an $850,000 grant for two years for community building and crime prevention in Southwest Madison. The Byrne grant, from the U.S. Department of Justice, will be administered by Common Wealth Development. This grant follows a planning grant that was awarded in 2015.​

EVENTS
​Tues., Oct. 3 9am-3pm Free Winter Car Inspection for 55+. At West Towne Firestone. Sponsored by RSVP, West Madison TRIAD, Madison Police Department, Firestone.

Wed., Oct. 4 6-9pm Alder Skidmore is holding a Public Safety Listening Session ​at ​City Center West Conference Center, 525 Junction Rd. Discussion of police budgets and other safety items.​

​Thurs., Oct. 5 ​3:30​ ​- 5:30 pm​ Minecraft Club.​ Bring your own device, or play with friends on our server. No account necessary, ages 17 and under.​ ​Sign up for 30 minute turns based on attendance. http://www.madisonpubliclibrary.org/kids/minecraft

​Fri., Oct. 6 6:30-8:30 pm Coloring-for-grownups. Coloring for adults can be a stress-reliever, and a low-pressure way to get your creative juices flowing. Break out your crayons, colored pencils, or markers. (We’ll provide these, but feel free to bring your own if you have favorites).Start coloring. (We’ll have a variety of coloring sheets to choose from).​ At the Alicia Ashman Library.​

​Sat., Oct. 7 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Sequoya Library Book Sale. At 442 Westgate Mall, next to TJMaxx. Thousands of books for sale each month. Nonfiction titles are sorted by category for easy browsing. Fiction titles for all ages! CD and DVD selections as well. Bag sale (on selected items) starts at 2 pm.​

​Sat., Oct. 7 and the following two Saturdays, 12:00-2:30pm Little Picassos: a free art program for K-6th grade kids​ at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center.​ Children will learn to paint on canvas, make clay sculptures, draw self-portraits and more. Snack provided Registration required. Permission slips are available at the Meadowood Neighborhood​ Center desk of contact Ms. Leora at le oraleh@yahoo.com.

​Sat., Oct. 7 2:30-4:45pm Ping Pong will be available at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center, sponsored by the West Madison Senior Center​.

Sat., Oct. 7 Mayor’s Rountable (see Notes above)

NEWS

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Switching from Brush Collection to Leaf Collection.  The final round of curbside brush collection will begin on Monday, September 25.  Curbside leaf and yard waste collection for the fall is also set to begin on Monday, September 25.

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Rigid Plastic Recycling Suspended.  Rigid plastics, like 5-gallon buckets and children’s toys, should be reused, resold, donated, or placed into the refuse, according to the City Streets & Recycling page.

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Explosion on Stratton Way.  The City of Madison Police Department “West District Blotter” published an article this past week on the tremendous efforts by the City, the Red Cross and the Salvation Army centered around the horrific events on Straton way at http://www.cityofmadison.com/police/west/blotter.cfm?Id=12668

EVENTS

Mon., Sept 26 10:30am-11:15am

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Preschool Storytime.  A happy blend of stories, fingerplays and songs that help preschool children develop print and phonologic awareness, vocabulary, letter knowledge and narrative skills. Registration not required. Note: No storytime on 10/6.  Meadowridge Library, Raymond Rd.

Tue., Sept. 26 All Day

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National Voter Registration Day.  Come visit with representatives from the Madison City Clerk’s office and register to vote!  Sequoya Library, Tokay Blvd. at Midvale Blvd.  (Residents of Madison can register to vote at the library year-round.)

Tue., Sept. 26 10:30am-2:30pm

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Only Leaves Should Fall.  Falls prevention.  Screenings, demonstrations, opportunities to sign-up for prevention classes.  Lunch, water and coffee will be served.  Free.  To register, call Safe Communities at 441-3060. Boys and Girls Club (4619 Jenewein Rd)

Tue., Sept. 26  6:00pm-8:00pm  

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Community Center Meeting.  This is an initial meeting to discuss the possibility of having a Community Center in Elver Park for all ages.   Location: St. Maria Goretti Church (5405 Flad Ave)

Wed., Sept. 27 12:00pm-1:00pm

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Psychological Effects of the Internet.  Google the question, “How is the internet changing the way we think?,” and you will find no shortage of opinions—or fears. In this talk, UW-Madison Vilas Professor Morton Ann Gernsbacher will present empirical evidence of several ways the Internet is positively affecting fundamental psychological processes (communication, education, socializing, development and aging). Free and open to the public.  Monona Terrrace.

Wed., Sept. 27  1:00pm-2:00pm

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Scams, Frauds and Theft – Watch Out!  Join staff from the Better Business Bureau of Wisconsin, and get the latest information on how to avoid scams and fraud aimed at older adults.  Registration is required –  please register online at mscr.org.  Sequoya Library.

Wed., Sept. 27 4:00pm-6:00pm

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Read on Raymond Road.  Lots of fun and activities, and it will be the official debug of the Neighborhood Resource Trailer.  Free food and beverages.  There will be a book give-away for grade school and middle school kids.  The Dane County/Madison Public Health Department will be available for some health screenings, as well (details on screenings was not available as of this newsletter).  5802 Raymond Rd.  (the grassy area near Old National Bank).

Thr., Sept. 28  3:30pm-5:30pm

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Minecraft Club.  Bring your own device, or play with friends on our server. No account necessary, ages 17 and under.Sign up for 30 minute turns based on attendance. Find more Minecraft clubs in libraries: http://www.madisonpubliclibrary.org/kids/minecraft   Meadowridge Library.

Fri., Sept. 29 6:30pm-8:30pm

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Fifth Fridays Poetry.  A night of poetry, featuring a Madison poet and an open-mic reading. Come to read your own poetry or a poem by a favorite author. Come to listen and enjoy other poets. Come to celebrate poetry!  Alicia Ashman Library, 733 N. High Point Rd.

COMING UP

Tue., Oct. 10 6:00pm-8:00pm

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Prairie Hills Potluck.  Join us for Gino’s lasagna.  You bring a salad, dessert, or snack item.  Meet your neighbors.  There will be a short business meeting for the election of officers.  At Our Redeemer Church (1701 McKenna).

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Tiller and planting help needed.  As you know, Prairie Hills received a grant from the city of Madison to buy two round picnic tables for Lucy Lincoln Hiestand Park.  Now we would like to put some plants around the “picnic area” that’s been created. We need help with either a tiller or someone strong to dig up the sod and earth where we need to plant.  Any takers?  If so, please reply to this email.  Thanks.
 
Info on the Equifax data breach.  If you would like some good info on the breach, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture/Consumer Protection has a one-page sheet on this.  Go to: https://datcp.wi.gov/Documents/20170908CA_EquifaxBreach.pdf
 
EVENTS
Mon., Sept. 18 10am  (weekly)  Writing Our Life stories.  Meadowood Neighborhood Center.  Learn how to preserve your unique stories. Free.
 
Mon., Sept. 18  5:00-6:30pm Voter Education Ambassador Training. At the City Clerk’s Office (Room 103, City-County Building) In this training session you will learn how to answer questions about voter ID, voter registration, absentee voting, and the election process. If you would like to receive a packet materials at this session, contact the City Clerk at clerk@cityofmadison.com.

​ No registration needed. More sessions available later.
 
Tues., Sept. 19 6-8pm (weekly) Line Dancing at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center.  All ages welcome. Two dance lessons each week.  Suggested donation $3.
 
Wed., Sept. 30 10:30-noon (weekly) Cribbage at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center.  No registration necessary.  Senior lunch follows.  To reserve a place for lunch, call 238-0196.
Wed., Sept. 20 6:30-8:30pm  Learn to Crochet.  Join instructor Kathleen Chapman for a 4-week series for beginning crocheters. Adults and teens 13 and older are welcome. Supplies are provided. Please plan to attend all four sessions. Alisha Ashman Library . ​Click here to register
 
​Thurs., Sept. 23  6-8pm (weekly) Zumba Fitness.  Dance to the music while burning a ton of calories.  For ages 18+ Meadowood Neighborhood Center.​
Fri., Sept. 22 7:45-4:00 pm  Taking Positive Steps in Uncertain Times: Safety Conference and Expo. Conference on issues that affect older adults.  At the American Family Insurance Training Center (6000 American Parkway) For a full schedule and to register online go to wwww.rsvpdane.org or call 441-7897/   Cost is $35/$25 for ages 60+.  Includes breakfast and lunch.​
Fri., Sept. 22 5:00-8:00pm  Movie Night–Kubo and the Magic Strings. In Community Room B, next to the Meadowridge Library.  Free.
 
Sun., Sept. 24  1:30-3:30pm  Sunday Jazz at Sequoya--Sandhill Crane Quartet.  Musicians from the west side of Madison ​who​ play a mixture of jazz, folk and original music. ​I​n the large meeting room at Sequoya Library. Adults. Free.

UPCOMING EVENTS​

Tues., Sept. 26 10:30-2:30  Only Leaves Should Fall​, falls prevention events.  Screenings, demonstrations, opportunities to sign-up for prevention classes.  Lunch, water and coffee will be served.  Free event.  At Boys and Girls Club ​(​4619 Jenewein Rd)​. To register, call Safe Communities at 441-3060.
 
Tues., Sept. 26  6-8pm  Community Center Meeting at St. Maria Goretti Church (5405 Flad Ave)  This is an initial meeting to discuss the possibility of having a Community Center in Elver Park for all ages.
 
Oct. 4   9-3pm  Free Winter Auto Inspection for ages 55+. At Firestone at West Towne Mall.  Call 441-7897.  Refreshments while you wait.  Sponsored by RSVP, West Madison TRIAD and Madison Police Dept.​