Tuesday, June 18-Thursday, June 20  10:00 a.m.

Family movies at Marcus cinemas for $2.  This week’s movie is “Earth.” Narrated by James Earl Jones, “Earth” tells the remarkable story of three animal families and their amazing journeys across the planet we call home. Point Cinema, 7825 Big Sky Drive.

Thursday, June 20  1:00
The Madison Senior Center sponsors a dance Thursdays from 1-3 p. m. Dance or just listen and enjoy the big band sounds of the Senior Showcase Band ($2). No charge for the last Thursday of the month.
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.
Thursday, June 20  6:30 
Review the preferred option for the new Meadowridge Library.  More detail.  Bring your comments.  Good cookies. Meadowood Shopping Center, Raymond Road.
Friday, June 21 9:00 and 10:00 a.m.

Make Music Madison starts early at the Madison Senior Center courtyard. Blue Accordian from 9:00- 9:45.  Polkas and waltzes, swing, big band music as well as Dixieland jazz.  Mad Walt and the Moonshine Ramblers 10‐11 a.m. Madison’s freshest innovative acoustic rock band that is ready to get you groovin’.


Friday, June 21  4:00 p.m.+

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 http://www.makemusicmadison.org/
Sunday, June 23  1:30 and 3:00 p.m.

Free Guided Garden Strolls at Olbrich Botanical Gardens. June 5 – September 25 Sundays, 1:30 & 3 p.m. Get an insider’s view of Olbrich’s outdoor gardens during a free Guided Garden Stroll. All ages are welcome for this casual overview of the Gardens. Guided Garden Strolls will vary somewhat according to the season to reflect the garden areas that are at peak interest.  Strolls are about 45 to 60 minutes long and no registration is required. Strolls are held rain or shine and will be cancelled only in the event of dangerous lightning.

Monday, June 24 5:30 p.m.
Community Supper at Falk Elementary School.  Held to discuss Neighborhood Center on Theresa Terrace.  Give your input before the renovation begins.  Free ethnic dinner.
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