Common Wealth Southwest Madison Community Survey

The linked, 10-minute survey was designed to help gather community input from those who live, work, or spend time in the Southwest Madison area. This community has received federal funding from the Innovations in Community Based Crime Reduction (CBCR) program. The focus of this program is using three program pillars (supporting families, increasing guardianship, and community policing) to reduce crime and the conditions that contribute to crime. The information gathered from the survey will assist those implementing this grant (Common Wealth Development, City of Madison, and a Community Advisory Committee consisting of residents and community organizations) shape future work in this area.


56 Strategies for Thriving in Later Life

Mon., Jun 10, 1-2p, Madison Senior Center

Dr. Don Ardell returns to the Senior Center to describe 56 tips from his new book “Not Dead Yet” (NDY). The 18 senior triathlon champions interviewed for the book demonstrate the importance of discipline, perspective, a sense of humor, the value of a REAL wellness lifestyle based on reason, exuberance, athleticism and liberty and the need to focus on the bright spots of life remaining, not physical or other inevitabilities of decline. Free, please call 608-266-6581 or email to register.

Meadowridge Cookbook Club: Tacos and Salsas

Mon., Jun 10, 6:30-7:30p, Meadowridge Library

Choose any taco filling and/or salsa recipe to make and share at the meeting.Tortillas and taco shells will be provided. Register online or call 608-288-6160.

Mindful Movement

Tue., Jun 11, 10-10:45a, Alicia Ashman Library

NewBridge and Alicia Ashman are pleased to be able to offer this Mindful Movement series for 2019! Join fitness and mindfulness coach Venus Washington on second and fourth Tuesdays to explore the mind/body connection. Especially designed for seniors, but open to any adult interested. Space is limited, so call to reserve your spot: 824-1780.

Tuesday Movie Matinee – On The Basis of Sex (PG-13)

Tue., Jun 11, 1-3p, Madison Senior Center

Starring Felicity Jones, Armie Hammer and Justin Theroux. The true story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her struggles for equal rights, and the early cases of a historic career that lead to her nomination and confirmation as U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice.

MMSD Last Day Of School

Wed., Jun 12

Goodman Pool opening day

Thu., Jun 13, 12-8p, 325 W. Olin Ave

First 500 kids receive free admission beginning at noon. Weather Permitting.

MadiSUN: Public Information Session: residential solar group buy program

Thu., Jun 13, 4-6pm, Alicia Ashman Library

MadiSUN is a City-led initiative that incentivizes home-owners, landlords, and business-owners in Madison to install rooftop solar electric systems. Join us for a public information session regarding residential solar arrays and the MadiSUN Group Buy program. Free children’s activities, too!

Fraud Presentation by Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection

Fri., Jun 14, 2p, Fitchburg Senior Center

Numerous scams target seniors at a higher rate than the general public, so DATCP makes an extra effort to inform seniors about the warning signs of a scam. One of the DATCP’s key educational resources addresses financial elder abuse head-on.

2nd Friday Fun Family Features! THE PEANUTS MOVIE (G)

Fri., Jun 14, 6-8p, Alicia Ashman Library

Snoopy embarks upon his greatest mission as he and his team take to the skies to pursue their arch-nemesis, while his best pal Charlie Brown begins his own epic quest back home to win the love of his life. Free.

Friends of Sequoya Book Sale!

Sat., Jun 15, 9a-4p, 442 Westgate Mall, next to TJMaxx

Thousands of books for sale each month. Most books are donations, some library withdrawals also for sale. Nonfiction titles are sorted by category for easy browsing. Fiction titles for all ages! CD and DVD selections as well. Bag sale (on selected items) starts at 1 pm.

Drag Queen Storytime

Sat., Jun 15, 9:30-11am, Sequoya Library

Bring your fabulous self and celebrate diversity, differences, and imagination through fun age-appropriate stories, songs, and activities with local drag performers. Crafts and face painting start at 9:30 am, storytime starts at 10 am. This program is intended for families with children, and grownups must be accompanied by a child. Please note that space is limited – arrive early to pick up tickets for storytime. Crafts and face painting will be available for everyone.


Senior safety fair

Thu., Jun 20, 1-3p, Madison Senior Center

In the Senior Center/Cap Centre Courtyard. This annual event is open to all ages. Special guests include the Madison Police Department’s Mounted Patrol and K-9 Units and the Madison Fire Department. Free.

Make Music Madison

Fri., Jun 21, 4-8p, Meadowood Park

Meadowood Neighborhood Association is once again sponsoring a Make Music Madison event in Meadowood Park (5808 Thrush Lane) on Friday, June 21, 2019 from 4pm – 8 pm. Come join the fun! Performances from DJ Fabulove, Heidi Forney, Luckyvoy and Koeseph, and MTrane Plus. Youth activitiesprovided by ATA Martial Arts, MSCR’s Fit2Go Van, Tales with BT’s! Local Organizations: CommonWealth, Memory Cafe, NewBridge, Meadowood Neighborhood Association, Meadowridge Library and more! Free Community Supper starting at 5pm (hot dogs, brats, hamburgers and salad)

NewBridge Mallards Baseball Senior Day Packages

July 24th, Game at 12:05pm

Purchase $15 tickets by July 10 through with promo code NewBridge or call Ruth 608-512-0000 Ext. 3012.