Thursday, June 13, through Friday, June 15

A three-day plant sale will be held at the Habitat ReStore East, 208 Cottage Grove Rd, Madison.   Plants feature a wide variety of perennials including daylilies, hosta, iris, phlox, and ferns.  Various ground covers are also available.  Plant prices are $4 each or 3 for $10, unless otherwise marked.  All proceeds are used to help build homes for Habitat families in Dane County. 
Thursday, June 13   7:00 – 9:00 pm

Concerts on the Rooftop.  Monona Terrace roof. This week it’s Madison County, a seven-piece country show band. Mike and Augie Zibell, both have won Male Vocalist of the year, been voted Local Group of the Year at the Q106 MCMA Awards Show, as well as Country Artist of the Year at the MAMA Awards Show.  Free and open to the public.

Friday, June 14  gates open at noon

SCHOOL’S OUT.  Swimming at Goodman Pool.  Goodman Pool, 325 W. Olin Avenue, will celebrate the first day of summer vacation by allowing the first 500 kids in for free on Friday, June 14.

Friday, June 14 Gates open at 6:30, Movie starts at 7:00 p.m.
Madison Parks presents Moonlight Movies.  This week’s movie is “How to Train Your Dragon.” At the Duck Pond at Warner Park.  Free.

Sunday Family Fun Days! 

Glenway Golf Course – Every Sunday in June starting at 3:00 p.m., one paid adult can bring one child for FREE. Additional child $5; plus tax.

Monday, June 17  6:30 p.m.
Break-ins: How to Prevent them and how to report them.  Lt. John Patterson of the West District Police Department.  At the West District community room.  Sponsored by Prairie Hills Neighborhood Association.
Tuesday, June 18  5:30-7:30 p.m.

Learn to Ride.  At Falk Elementary School.  Program includes free bike helmet for all registered participants, helmet fitting, bike safety, hands-on practice and a goodie bag.  Register at

Thursday, June 20  5:00-7:30 

Coming back to the lot next to the Meadowood Shopping Center is “Meet and Eat,” presented by  City of Madison and Madison Parks.  “Meet and Eat” brings a collection of Madison’s food carts and vendors to our neighborhood to encourage members of the community to connect and enjoy a night out. You can purchase international as well as traditional American food while enjoying the company of friends and neighbors.

Friday, June 21 4:00+
Make Music Madison, one-day citywide, free, outdoor music festival. Music will play throughout the city and will include all styles of music, and skill-levels of musicians.  Everyone in the community is welcome to participate. In Southwest Madison, venues include: Elver Park, Shelter #1, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church parking lot, Meadowridge Library, Meadowood Park and more.   For more information and a schedule, check out the website at