MSCR does not do door-to-door solicitations.  So, if someone is soliciting in your neighborhood for MSCR, do not give them any money.  If you have additional questions, you can contact the West Police District.
Madison offers program to save on solar instillation.  This summer, the City’s MadiSUN program is offering a special Solar Group Buy program to help residents save money and install rooftop solar panels together. The group buy simplifies the installation process and lowers costs by working with a pre-qualified, vetted solar company that offers a competitive group price.Plus, MadiSUN is offering a Solar Energy Loan with a low, fixed interest rate and flexible repayment terms on solar loans up to $20,000.  Visit to learn more.
Mon., May 29  Memorial Day Events:
9:30 am  Monona Memorial Parade at Monona-Grove High School
12:15 pm  Fitchburg Memorial Day Program, Fitchburg Senior and Community Center
1:00 pm  Memorial Day Celebration by Veterans for Peace.  Gates of Heaven in James Madison Park
2:00 pm American Legion at Sunset Gardens, Mineral Point Road.
(Time to hang out your flag)
Tues., May 30 1-2 pm  Native Americans in Wisconsin Today.  Madison Senior Center (330 West Mifflin).
Tue., May 30 3:00pm-5:00pm


Rap Sessh.   During this series of weekly after school music production and branding workshops with Rob Dz, teen participants will be challenged to tell their story through poetry, lyrics and music.  Meadowridge Library.

Wed., May 31  10:30 am Getting the Most Out of Your Smart Phone. At the Fitchburg Senior Center. Call 270-4290 to reserve a space.  Free.
Thurs., June 1 9:30-11:30 am Bridge Instruction.  Three sessions begin June 1. $25 for the series.  Call 270-4290 to register and pay.  
Thurs., June 1 2:00-3:15 pm The Last Painting of Sarah de Vos,  novel by Dominic Smith. Afternoon book discussion at the Alicia Ashman Library.  
Thurs., June 1.  7-9pm   Concerts on the Rooftop at Monona Terrace.  Free.    The Screaming’ Cucumbers, Milwaukee’s Favorite Cover Band. Capacity limited.  Go to
Sat., June 4 10:30 – 2:00 pm  The World Quizzing Championships at the Sequoya Library.  This is a written challenge taken simultaneously around the world. It consists of 240 questions across a wide variety of subjects and is available in a number of languages. For adults.  More info at  Registration required; email to to sign up to participate at the Sequoya Library location.

Sat., June 4  1:30-2:30pm  Book Signing and Discussion at the Alicia Ashman Library.

Wisconsin author Alex Bledsoe​, ​author of the Tufa novels (The Hum and the Shiver, Wisp of a Thing, Long Black Curl, Chapel of Ease and Gather Her Round), as well as the Eddie La Crosse series (The Sword-Edged Blonde, Burn Me Deadly, Dark Jenny, Wake of the Bloody Angel and He Drank, and Saw the Spider), the Firefly Witch ebook chapbooks, and two “vampsloitation” novels set in 1975 Memphis (Blood Groove and The Girls with Games of Blood).​

Wed., June 7 10:00 am  Bike Club.  Meets at the Fitchburg Senior Center lower level.  This is the first meeting of the summer.  Questions, call David at 270-4292.
Sat., June 10  8 – noon.  Elver Park Farmers’ Market.  Veggies, meats, pastry, table with health and other info.