Wednesday, October 31   5:30-7 p.m.
Big Halloween Bash. Big band music from Ladies Must Swing.  Monona Terrace Exhibition Hall.  Free. Light snacks available for purchase at 5 p.m.

Friday, November 2  9-1130 a.m.
Play and learn every Friday at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center.  A free play group for parent/caregiver and children.  Builds early math and literacy skills, explores child’s creativity and more.  Snacks provided.  To register, call Kenyatta at 212-4632.

Friday, November 2  6:15 -7:45 p.m.
Drop-In (Grades K-5) at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center.   Join us for various activities such as: bingo, arts and crafts, music, dancing, video games, and more!

Friday, November 2  6:30-9 p.m.
Friday night basketball for middle and high school students.  Pick-up games at the Toki Gym.  All players need to check in by 7 p.m. and have a purple registration form on file with the Meadowood Center.  Want more info?  Call 467-8360.

Sunday, November 4 1:00-2:30 p.m.

Open house at Monona Terrace.  A free tour will begin promptly at one o’clock.  Enjoy complimentary beverages and treats.  Special giveaways will be offered to the first 75 people.  All ages are welcome!  Please register in the Gift Shop where the tour begins.   Located at One John Nolen Drive. Parking available in the Monona Terrace parking ramp for a $5 fee.

Thursday, November 8  6:30 p.m.
Prairie Hills Neighborhood Association board meeting.  John Wroten, a community organizer hired through a grant from the Orchard Ridge United Church of Christ, will discuss his role in Southwest Madison.  Held at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1701 McKenna Blvd.  Business meeting to follow.

Saturday, November 10 5:00-7:30
Community supper, sponsored by Theresa Terrace/Hammersley neighbors, at Falk School. For the whole family.  Games and entertainment for the kids.  Down-home food, dish to pass welcomed.  A chance to give your thoughts about a neighborhood center.

Tuesday, November 13  5:30 p.m.
Common council meeting on capital budget.  Council will vote on providing $250,000 for purchase and renovation of a duplex on Theresa Terrace to create a Neighborhood Center.  City County Building, Room 201.

Tuesday, November 13 1:00 p.m.
Former Madison police chief David Couper talks about his book, based on his experience.  He outlines seven steps necessary to improve our nation’s police.  Madison Senior Center, 330 W. Mifflin St.