NOTES
Tiller and planting help needed.  As you know, Prairie Hills received a grant from the city of Madison to buy two round picnic tables for Lucy Lincoln Hiestand Park.  Now we would like to put some plants around the “picnic area” that’s been created. We need help with either a tiller or someone strong to dig up the sod and earth where we need to plant.  Any takers?  If so, please reply to this email.  Thanks.
 
Info on the Equifax data breach.  If you would like some good info on the breach, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture/Consumer Protection has a one-page sheet on this.  Go to: https://datcp.wi.gov/Documents/20170908CA_EquifaxBreach.pdf
 
EVENTS
Mon., Sept. 18 10am  (weekly)  Writing Our Life stories.  Meadowood Neighborhood Center.  Learn how to preserve your unique stories. Free.
 
Mon., Sept. 18  5:00-6:30pm Voter Education Ambassador Training. At the City Clerk’s Office (Room 103, City-County Building) In this training session you will learn how to answer questions about voter ID, voter registration, absentee voting, and the election process. If you would like to receive a packet materials at this session, contact the City Clerk at clerk@cityofmadison.com.

​ No registration needed. More sessions available later.
 
Tues., Sept. 19 6-8pm (weekly) Line Dancing at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center.  All ages welcome. Two dance lessons each week.  Suggested donation $3.
 
Wed., Sept. 30 10:30-noon (weekly) Cribbage at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center.  No registration necessary.  Senior lunch follows.  To reserve a place for lunch, call 238-0196.
Wed., Sept. 20 6:30-8:30pm  Learn to Crochet.  Join instructor Kathleen Chapman for a 4-week series for beginning crocheters. Adults and teens 13 and older are welcome. Supplies are provided. Please plan to attend all four sessions. Alisha Ashman Library . ​Click here to register
 
​Thurs., Sept. 23  6-8pm (weekly) Zumba Fitness.  Dance to the music while burning a ton of calories.  For ages 18+ Meadowood Neighborhood Center.​
Fri., Sept. 22 7:45-4:00 pm  Taking Positive Steps in Uncertain Times: Safety Conference and Expo. Conference on issues that affect older adults.  At the American Family Insurance Training Center (6000 American Parkway) For a full schedule and to register online go to wwww.rsvpdane.org or call 441-7897/   Cost is $35/$25 for ages 60+.  Includes breakfast and lunch.​
Fri., Sept. 22 5:00-8:00pm  Movie Night–Kubo and the Magic Strings. In Community Room B, next to the Meadowridge Library.  Free.
 
Sun., Sept. 24  1:30-3:30pm  Sunday Jazz at Sequoya--Sandhill Crane Quartet.  Musicians from the west side of Madison ​who​ play a mixture of jazz, folk and original music. ​I​n the large meeting room at Sequoya Library. Adults. Free.

UPCOMING EVENTS​

Tues., Sept. 26 10:30-2:30  Only Leaves Should Fall​, falls prevention events.  Screenings, demonstrations, opportunities to sign-up for prevention classes.  Lunch, water and coffee will be served.  Free event.  At Boys and Girls Club ​(​4619 Jenewein Rd)​. To register, call Safe Communities at 441-3060.
 
Tues., Sept. 26  6-8pm  Community Center Meeting at St. Maria Goretti Church (5405 Flad Ave)  This is an initial meeting to discuss the possibility of having a Community Center in Elver Park for all ages.
 
Oct. 4   9-3pm  Free Winter Auto Inspection for ages 55+. At Firestone at West Towne Mall.  Call 441-7897.  Refreshments while you wait.  Sponsored by RSVP, West Madison TRIAD and Madison Police Dept.​
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