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WWMV-LP Radio Station could not be happier to be broadcasting at 95.5 FM!  Turn in on Madison’s westside or check us out at www.WWMVLP.org  orwww.soundcloud.com – search wwmvlp.
 
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Job Opening.  Theresa Terrace Youth Development Specialist. 30 hours, Mon.-Fri. 11-6.  For more info, go to:http://www.wisconsinyouthcompany.org/assets/images/uploads/employment/16-17TTNC-YouthDevelopmentSpecialist.pdf
 
EVENTS

Mon., Feb. 20 4:00-5:00pm Craftivism with Rae Moor.  Learning skills with textiles, knitting, and needle work. Begin the process in the workshop and take your tools home to practice. Tools and materials will be provided. Drop in, no registration necessary. Ages 8-14 years old-younger children may want an adult helper. Meadowridge Library.

Tues., Nov.  21 7:00 am-8:00pm  Election Day.  Primary election for school board and State Superintendent of Schools.  For information, go to:Candidates’ Answers on the League of Women Voters website  https://www.lwvdanecounty.org

Starts Tues., Feb 21West Side Boxing Club Boys and Girls, grades 4-7: Tuesday and Thursday.4:30-5:15 pm.; grades 8-12: 5:15-6:30 pm. Elver Park Neighborhood Center, 1209 McKenna Blvd. USA Boxing Certified Program. Operated by Bob Lynch Boxing Foundation. Learn the sweet science of boxing and learn to spar and compete. Contact West District Police Officer Justin Nelsen at 243-0500.

Tues., Feb. 21 6:00-8:00pm TableTop Game Night at the Meadowridge Library.  Join your friends or make new ones as you play some of the many board games available at the library.  Families of all ages.

Tues., Feb. 21 6:00-7:30pm.  Fake News: Fact vs Fiction on the Internet. How do you know what is real on the Internet? What are good, credible sources of news? This seminar will cover the basics of fact-checking information to determine if something is true or not. Bring your questions. Space is limited, please register online or by calling 266-6350.  Central Library. 201 W. Mifflin.

Wed., Feb 22 4:00-5:00pm  Hands-On Coding Play. Learn to code without computers. This program will focus on coding skills and concepts through play. For children ages 4 & up. Call 266-6385 to register beginning 2/8. Sequoya Library. 4340 Tokay Blvd.

Wed.,Feb. 22, 10:00 a.m. “Navigating Your Community with Confidence,” Lori Wirth, Madison Fire Department. Falls Prevention at home means managing hazards you control. Outside your door, it’s a different story. Lori shares strategies for making your travels in the community safer. Greentree Glen, 732 Struck St.
 
Thurs., Feb. 23, from 6:30-8 p.m  Are you interested in creating your own radio show or simply want to learn more about the station?   These orientation sessions are the perfect opportunity to learn more about WWMV-LP and to discuss any questions or ideas you may have. Richard Jones, the station’s manager, and other announcers. Lussier Community Education Center, 55 S. Gammon Rd.

Fri., Feb. 24 11:45am-12:45pm Caring for the Caregiver: Tips for Self-Care.  Help for those who are caring for someone with a chronic illness or a life-limiting condition.  How to deal with stress and emotional and physical concerns.  West Madison Senior Center.  602 Sawyer Terrace.  

Fri., Feb. 24  7:00-9:00pm  Life and Music of Charlie Parker.  Join us for this informative and entertaining event featuring UW-Madison’s Professor of Saxophone Les Thimming. This program is part of Madison Opera’s Extending the Stage: CHARLIE PARKER’S YARDBIRD.  Professor Thimming will discuss the importance of Charlie Parker and the History of bebop jazz.

Sat., Feb 25 9:00am-1:00pm  Madison Area Rehabilitation Centers (MARC) recycling event.  Most accepted items are no charge.  Accepted items included televisions and monitors ($20 for CRT devices, $50 for projection screen TVs), Computers, flat screen monitors. Also printers, copiers, fax machines, cell phones, digital cameras and projectors. No appliances, please, but other than that, basically anything with a cord. $5 free for secure hard drive destruction.  805 Forward Drive.

Mon., Feb., 27  6:00-8:00pm  A Community Soul Food Dinner at Good Shepherd Church (Whitney Way and Raymond Rd).  Music, Black History Trivia Games, gift card giveaway.  Free.  All welcome. Sponsored by Meadowridge Library and Community Center.

 

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