NOTES:
False Emails. If you have received an email claiming to be from the “State Court” about your required appearance, delete it and do NOT open any attached files. There is no legitimacy to the email’s claims and the attachments to these emails contain malicious software that can infect your computer with a virus.

Schools of Hope is seeking tutors to work one to one or one to three with elementary school students to help them improve their literacy skills. Your commitment is only an hour a week, or more if you wish. For more information about volunteering at Huegel, contact huegel@schoolsofhope.org

Madison residents. Take part in Cool Choices, a city-wide online sustainability game. Register, create a team, and play to save money, reduce energy use, and win prizes from Food Fight Restaurants, Colectivo Coffee, or even a 2016 CSA share! Learn more: http://www.greenmadison.org/get-involved

EVENTS:
Monday, Sept. 21 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Maker Monday.
Make your way to fun with a rotating craft or activity each week. Perler beads, painting and drawing, music making–all materials provided.

Teen (grades 6-12), Meadowridge Library
Tuesday, Sept. 22 noon – 1:00 p.m.
Joining Forces for Families (JFF) at the Theresa Terrace Neighborhood Center every Tuesday. JFF is a voluntary, community-based, supportive service that links clients to resources, to support basic human needs. The JFF program encourages cooperation between agencies in caring for families.
Wednesday, Sept. 23  10 a.m.-noon. 
Job Shop.  Weekly updated job leads, resume develoment, online application support. housing counseling, resource referral at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center.
 

Wednesday, Sept 23 10:30 a.m. Personal Safety, a program presented by the Dane County Sheriff’s Office for Southwest Madison Triad. Learn how to stay safe at home or away.  At Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (5701 Raymond Road) Room #1.

 

Wednesday, Sept. 23 1:30-4:30 p.m. Falls Prevention Seminar: Only Leaves Should Fall. Sponsored by the Falls Prevention Task Force. At the Fitchburg Senior Center.  Includes screenings. Registration is $10. To register or get more info, call 270-4290.

 

Wednesday, Sept. 23 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Tunes at Monona Terrace.
 FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Slip on your dance shoes and enjoy familiar tunes from the heyday of live dance music. Tunes’ concerts feature the talents of local and regional musicians. A cash bar and light fare are available for purchase at 5 p.m.
September 23 – Mama Digdown’s Brass Band  (New Orleans Jazz) – Rooftop Garden.
Thursday, Sept. 24  noon-1:00 p.m.

Adult Computer Literacy training at the Theresa Terrace Neighborhood Center.  Call 661-0368 for more information.

Saturday, Sept. 26  9:00 a.m.-noon

Ultimate Frisbee for girls. The Madison women’s club ultimate frisbee team (Heist) will be hosting a FREE, learn-to-play clinic for girls ages 8- high school at Breese Stevens Stadium in downtown Madison. This fun, no-experience-necessary clinic will offer girls the chance to learn how to throw, catch and score in the game of ultimate and take home an official Ultrastar 175g ultimate disc. Register on Saturday, but pre-registration is preferred. For info and to sign up: http://www.madisonyouthultimate.com/girls-clinic-fall.html .

Saturday, Sept. 26 1-3 or 2-4 p.m
SUPERHEROES training camp at Kennedy Elementary School Playground, (221 Meadowlark Drive). For children ages 4 – 8.   Register for 1-3 pm (course #51022) or 2-4 pm (course #51023) at www.mscr.org  or call 204-3000.
A participating adult needs to attend with each hero. Each youth and adult helper receive a cape and special super powers.  Space is limited. Rain date Sunday, September 27.

Monday, Sept. 28 8:45 to 10:00 a.m.
Huegel School Neighborhood Walk.  Walk the neighborhood with the students.  Coffee and Bagels served before the walk in the front hall. Walk followed at 9:30 by Floating to Stardom, root beer floats for students, teachers and families. For more info or to sign up, call the school at 204-3100.
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