NOTES
Brush collection.  On Monday, April 2, the Streets Division will begin curbside brush collection which should last from April through the end September. . Brush is woody material trimmed from trees, shrubs, and bushes that measure over 18 inches in length. For more information, go to: http://www.cityofmadison.com/streets/yardWaste/Brush/
 
Yard Waste collection. Yard waste collection also begins on April 2.  There are only two yard waste collections in the Spring.  For more info, go to: http://www.cityofmadison.com/streets/yardWaste/leaf/
 
City Hiring Fleet Service Technicians.   Applications are now being accepted for these full-time jobs with strong pay, great benefits, and overtime, training, and advancement opportunities.  Qualified applicants of all backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.  For more info go to: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/madisonwi/job_bulletin.cfm?JobID=2022284
 
Music & Memory.  Madison libraries are providing a free Music & Memory program for residents with dementia.  Contact the Meadowridge Library at 288-6160 for more info.
 
EVENTS
Tues., April 3  7am-8pm  ELECTION DAY.  The Senior Meal at the Meadowridge Center will be held in the gym. 
 
Tues. April 3 Election Day Bake Sale at Falk School.  During polling hours.
 
Tues., April 3 6:00pm  Madison Police Chief Koval will hold a community meeting at Our Redeemer Church (1701 McKenna).Hear an update on police related issues and ask questions.  Representatives from the Violent Crime, Burglary, and Gang units and West District staff will also be present.
 
Wed., April 4  1:30-3:30pm Free movies for seniors–“LBJ” at the Alicia Ashman library.
 
Wed., April  4  4:30-5:30pm.  Read to a Dog at the Meadowridge Library.  A win-win for all. Read your favorite book to a ready listener.  For families of all ages and kids K-5.
 
Thurs., 3:30-5:30pm  Minecraft Club at the Meadowridge Library.  Bring your own device, or play with friends on our server. No account necessary, ages 17 and under. Sign up for 30 minute turns based on attendance.
 
Sat., April 7 10am-noon Fruit Carving with Artesan Fruit.  Learn how to carve fruit. Kids under 7 need an adult helper.  At the Meadowridge Library.  Everyone must register. Registration began March 24.  Call now.  288-6160.
 
Sat., April 7 2:30-4:30pm  Making Momo Dumpiings with Little Tibet. Learn to make Tibet’s most popular food.  Teens.  At the Meadowridge Library.  Registration started March 24.  You must register. Call 288-8160.
 
Tues., April 10, 12-1:00pm. Meet the Author: Sagashus Levingston, author of Infamous Mothers.  About mothers she met growing up on the South Side of Chicago.  At Madison Senior Center (330 W. Mifflin) Free.  All welcome.
 
COMING UP
Wed., April 11 10:00-4:00pm  Medication Review for adults age 65+.  Meadowridge Library.  A pharmacist will be on hand to identify potential problems. Please schedule before April 10.  Call Sheray at 622-2355 or email sheray@yahoo.com.
 
Fri., April 13  6-8pm Spring Rolls with Madame Chu at the Meadowridge Library.  Call now to register. 288-6160.
 
Mon., April 16  6-8pm Breakfast for Dinner with Ugly Apple at the Meadowridge Library.  Call 288-6160 to register.
 
Tues, April 17 and Wed. April 18 Jobs for Teens Application Meeting. Ages 14-17 years old, Apply for Common Wealth’s Youth-Business Mentoring Program at Memorial High School. In this program, you will complete a 3-week training and receive mentoring support, You are guaranteed a part-time job! To apply, you must attend an application meeting Tuesday 4/17 at 3:45 and Wednesday 4/18 at 3:45 or 5:15 in the LIT Center at Memorial High School. Questions? Contact Sydney McConnell-Durkin at sydney@cwd.org or 608-256-3527 x20.
 
Sunday, May 6 Learn 2 Ride  Learn easy, innovative techniques to get kids riding solo on two wheels! Ages 4-12 at Memorial High School. 90 minute sessions at 8:30am9:00am10:15am10:45am Pre-registration required at MSCR.org or 204-3000. MMSD Res $10/child. Non-Res $15/child