Now –  January 2, 2014, Dusk to Dawn
Holiday Lights at Olin-Turville Park.  Enjoy this annual event featuring dazzling lights and music; a magical world like you’ve never seen before. Admission is free, donations appreciated.  For more information on the Holiday Fantasy of Lights, visit http://www.fantasyinlights. com/

Tuesday, Dec. 10  4:00 p m.
Gaming at the Library.  For school-age children.  Learn how to play or just enjoy the games.  Meadowridge Library.

Tuesday, Dec. 10 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Meeting for potential vendors for a Madison Public Market.  Dane County Extension Office.  5201 Fen Oak Drive.  If you are interested, contact Dan Kennelly, 608-267-1968

Tuesday, Dec. 10  6 p.m.
Public input meeting for improvements to Pilgrim Park. Meadowridge Library. The City of Madison Parks Division will have a public input meeting to discuss the proposed playground improvements at Pilgrim Park. If you have questions or comments but are unable to attend the meeting, please contact Sarah Lerner at (608) 261-4281 or at

Tuesday, Dec. 10    6 p.m.
Huegel School PTO.  Preparing for middle school.  Students and staff from Toki will present.  Child care and pizza.

Wednesday, Dec. 11  5-8 p.m.
Come Together Party at the Madison Senior Center,  For African American, Hmong and Latino seniors.  Good food and entertainment. Pre-register with Pam or Yolanda at NESCO at 243-5252.
Wednesday, Dec. 11  10:30 a.m.
Roundabouts: Deal with them; there are here to stay.  Learn how to navigate those round-abouts.  Free.  SW Madison Triad.  Prairie park Apt. Struck and Schroeder Road.
Thursday, Dec. 12 – Saturday, Dec. 14  8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Annual MSCR Pottery Sale.  At Hoyt Center, 3802 Regent.  Go to: for more info.
Thursday, Dec. 12  10 a.m.-noon
Chair massage at the Madison Senior Center.  $10 for 15 minutes.  Instructor is certified and insured. Call 266-6581 for an appointment.
Sunday, Dec. 15   6:30 p.m.

Family movie night at Huegel School.  “Despicable Me 2”.  Free.

Tuesday, Dec. 17  4:00 p.m.
Nifty, Gifty, Thrifty.  Make special treasures to keep or give to friends and family.  Meadowridge Library.  Free. Ages 6 and up.  Children under 8 must have an adult helper.