Yard Waste (leaves) being collected now.  Put leaves on the terrace, not in the streets.  Leave plastic bags open.  Compostable bags will be picked up. Do not include brush.
Friends of Meadowridge Library memberships available at $5 for a single, $15 for a family.  Look below for book sale.
Food Pantry at Meadowood Center.  Tues. 6-7:30 pm and Sat. 12:30-2:30 pm.  Senior Pantry Thurs. 11:30-1:00pm.  
Metro Transit Survey.  Take a quick survey about your experience with Madison Metro services.
Mon., Oct. 15  6:15-7:45pm Steamed bun (Bao-zi& Mon-tou). At the Meadowridge Library.  Learn how to make bao-zi (bun dough with filling) and man-tou (plain steamed bun dough). Register online or call 288-6160.
Wed., Oct. 17  10am-3:20pm   Energy Assistant will be available to answer your questions about winter heating bills, energy saving measures and other information.  Drop in at Meadowridge Library.  
Wed., Oct. 17  6-7:30pm.  Dahi Puri with Yakub Kazi. Learn how to make the popular Indian street snack dahi puri, also known as sev dahi batata puri. This is a crispy snack filled with potatoes and topped with chutney. Meadowridge Library. Register online or call 288-6160.
Thurs., Oct. 18  10:30am  Meadowridge Frankenfest.  Frankenstein tells the story of committed science student Victor Frankenstein, who assembles a human being from stolen body parts but, upon bringing it to life, recoils in horror at the creature’s hideousness.
Thurs., Oct. 18  6:30-7:30 pm  The Spice Box.  Human Siddiqui, author, chef, cooking instructor, and host of White Jasmine and its companion cooking show, focuses on healthy eating based on multi-cultural traditions. The Spice Box shows how to use spices in everyday cooking. Alicia Ashman Library. Call 608-824-1780 to reserve your seat.
Fri. Oct 19 5:45-10:00  Moon over Monona bonus event.  Star Lab Portable Planetarium.  At Monona Terrace.  $5 admission.  
Fri., Oct. 19  7-9:30 pm  Moon over Monona Terrace,  View the Moon in its full glory through a variety of telescopes provided by the Madison Astronomical Society (MAS)! Kids’ fun zone with educational games and prizes!  Free but need a ticket.  Go to:
Sat., Oct. 20 2:30-4:00 pm   Hmong-Inspired Comfort Food with TK’s Noodles.  Join TK’s Noodles as they demonstrate Hmong-inspired comfort food. More details to come. Register online or call 288-6160.
Sun., 2-4pm  Sunday Jazz@Sequoya. The Ray Rideout Jazz Trio plays post-bop jazz, including compositions by Wayne Shorter, Cedar Walton, Oliver Nelson and John Coltrane, as well as standards from the “Great American Songbook” by Cole Porter, Oscar Hammerstein, Richard Rodgers and others. 
Mon., Oct.22  6-7:30pm  Family Film Frankenweenie.  Meadowridge Library.  See how Tim Burton tell the story of young Victor Frankenstein. After Victor loses his dog and best friend Sparky, he is heartbroken and decides to experiment to jolt Sparky back to life.. Snacks will be provided.
Fri., Oct. 26, 5:30-7:30pm and Sat., Oct. 27  9:00-1:00pm.  Meadowridge Library Book Sale.