NOTES
New Vintage Baseball Club, the Capitol City Base Ball Club, is recruiting players to play other vintage baseball teams in the area. Go to their Facebook page at facebook.com/madisoncapcities

Aging Mastery Program is back. Available in two locations–the Fitchburg Senior Center (call by March15 to 270-4290) and the Madison Senior Center (call by March 10 to 266-6581) The program is 8 weeks long and covers many topics. The Fitchburg program is $25; the Madison one is $99. For more information, call or visit the Center’s websites.

The Wisconsin Book Festival has numerous authors presenting their books, starting March 8. For a schedule, go to wisconsinbookfestival.org.

Backyard Gardening Classes. To be held from 6:30-9 at the Dane County UW-Extension office. Each class costs $25. Register at Dane County
March 14th: Landscape Design
March 21st: Vegetable Garden Planning and Techniques
March 28th: Vegetable Families, Pests and Diseases
April 4th: Wisconsin Wildlife in the Home Garden
April 6th: Organic Landscape Maintenance
April 11th: Growing Berries
April 25th: Annuals and Perennials

EVENTS
Mon. March 6 2:00-3:30 PM Voter Ambassador Training at the City Clerk’s Office, City/County Building. (also, Tues. 8:30-10:00AM and other days as well). Learn all about registration, voter I D and voting. Be an ambassador at events and other places to help get out the vote.

Tues., March 7 6:00-7:30 PM. Falk School Open Schoolhouse. This time featuring a Spring Roll Cooking Class. Food for the event is pasta, salad and rice crispy cookies provided by Noodles and Company.

Tues., March 7 6:00-8:00 PM Tabletop Game Night at the Meadowridge Library. Fun for the whole family. Enjoy board games provided by the library.

Wed., March 8 3:00-5:00 PM Meadowridge Minecraft Club. Multiplayer minecraft action. No account necessary. Bring your computer or use one of the libraries. For school-age kids.

Thurs., March 9 9:00 AM Coffee with a Cop. Meet some of the West District police officers at Steep and Brew on Odana Road and enjoy a cup of coffee.

Thurs, March 9 6:30-7:30 PM Evening Story Time at the Sequoya Library. Bring your dinner or snack and join us for stories, puppets, and songs for all ages. Includes time to read together as a family; take home and read before bed that night. No registration necessary.

Fri., March 10 6:45-8:45 PM. Schneider vs. Bax; A Flim From the International Film Movement Series. Alisha Ashman Library.

Sat., March 11 10:30-noon. Saturday Morning Cartooning. Dive into the world of cartooning with guest artists and fun comic related activities and enjoy some vintage cartoons while you’re at it! Breakfast snacks provided. Drop in any time, no registration required. Ages 6-12, younger supervised siblings welcome. Sequoia Library.

Sun. March 12 Noon to 4:00 PM The 25th annual CSA Open House More than 30 Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farmers come to Madison to meet people interested in joining a farm. Shareholders receive deliveries of fresh, organic food weekly or bi-weekly during the growing season. At Monona Terrace. Free and open to the public.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Tues., March 14 – May 9 10:20-11:00 AM Meditation Class at the Meadowood Community Center. This is an 8-week course with instruction on several different types of meditation, with an opportunity to practice. Suggested donation $40. Call 238-7368.

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