Thursday, Oct. 3  10:30 a.m.  (continues Oct. 10 and Oct. 17)
Storytime for the very young (children ages 0-35 months).  Enjoy stories, songs and rhymes.  Meadowridge Library.

Thursday, Oct. 3 12:00-12:45 p.m.
Lunchtime Yoga at Monona Terrace.  Free and open to the public. Mondays and Thursdays until Oct. 21.  Enjoy a break from your day.  Qualified instructor.

Saturday, Oct. 5  10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Fall Festival at Elver Park.  Craft Fair will showcase local artists and crafters.  Artists and crafters will sell original, handmade pieces such as pottery, jewelry, quilts, paintings, etc.  Also food venders. Exciting activities for kids, including hayrides around the park and fall themed activities. Hayrides for only $2 per person. For more info, please visit http://www. cityofmadison.com/parks/celebrate/fallfestival.cfm

Saturday, October 5  6:30-8:30 p.m.
Autumn Stargazing Workshop.  Memorial Planetarium.  Shows how to find things in the sky, stargazing tips, more.  Fundraiser for the planetarium.  Age 18+. Go to www.MSCR.org or call 204-3021.  Course #43664.  $15 for Madison residents, $22.50 for non-residents.

Sunday, Oct. 6  10:00 -noon
Disc Golf Workshop at Elver Park.  Free instruction in this new and exciting sport.  Field #1.  More info, call Mike at 285-5190.

Sunday, Oct. 6  10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Dogtober Fest, fundraiser for the Dane County Humane Society, Capital Brewery (7734 Terrace Ave, Middleton).  Bands,  dog contests, 6-legged run/walk.  For more info, go to: www.giveshelter.org


Next Week
Tuesday, Oct. 8   4:00 p.m.
Gaming at the Library.  For kids ages 7 and up.  Learn how to play or just try something new.  Meadowridge Library.
Thursday, Oct. 10  8:00-noon
Free winter auto inspection for ages 55 and up.  At the West Towne Firestone store.  Call 441-7897.  Sponsored by SW Madison Triad, RSVP, Madison Police Dept.
 Thursday, Oct. 10  7:00 p.m.
Final meeting on the design of the new Meadowridge Library.  The location is the new library space (the former Ace Hardware store) at the Meadowood Shopping Center.  The architects, designers and city engineering will be there to answer your questions about the new library and neighborhood center.
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