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NEWS

The Alicia Ashman Library will *not* be showing a WMSC movie on 1/3.

EVENTS

Mon., Jan. 1 – HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
All Libraries Closed.  Senior Centers Closed.

Wed., Jan. 3 – School Resumes

Wed., Jan. 3 7:00pm-8:30pm

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Mystery Book Discussion.  Join the group at the Sequoya Library for a book discussion of titles in the mystery genre. New members are always welcome. The next title will be available for pick-up following the discussion, with extra copies available at the Ask Here desk while supplies last.  Sequoya Library, Tokay Blvd. at Midvale Blvd.

Thr., Jan 4 10:00am-11:00am

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Blood Pressure Screening.  On the first Thursday of the month a registered nurse will be onsite to provide free blood pressure screening. Thank you to Sylvan Crossing for providing this service.   Madison Senior Center, 330 W. Miffin St.

Thr., Jan. 4 2:00pm-3:15pm  

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Thursday Afternoon Book Group.  Join the Thursday Afternoon Book Group for a discussion of a variety of books, both fiction and non-fiction. The next title will be available for pick-up following the discussion, with extra copies available at the reference desk while supplies last.  Alicia Ashman Library, 733 N. High Point Rd.

Fri., Jan. 5 3:30pm-4:30pm

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Yoga & Mindfulness.  Learn basic yoga poses and meditation practices you can use everyday for a calmer, kinder you. Children 8 and up.  Alicia Ashman Library.

Fri., Jan. 5 6:30pm-8:30pm

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Friday Night Meet Up — Coloring and Crafts.  First Fridays — Adult Coloring and Occasional Crafts : Appeal to the artist in you! FridayNight Events are Open to All.  Alicia Ashman Library.

Sat., Jan. 6 9:00am-4:00pm

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Friends of Sequoya Book Sale.  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 2 pm.  442 Westgate Mall (Whitney Way), next to TJMaxx.

COMING UP

​Tax Help:


Expect to need help with your basic taxes?  The Fitchburg Senior Center is hosting AARP Tax Help sessions Fri., Feb 23Fri. March 9,Fri., March 23 and Fri. April 6.  For those who could benefit from FREE, simple tax return help, this program is for you! The following dates run with 45-minute slots, so your taxes must be straightforward.  Call 270-4290  for a 45 minute appointment.

Similarly, tax help is available at the Madison Senior Center on Fridays Feb. 9, 16 and 23 and March 9, 16 and 23 from 9AM-12PM, Call 266-6581 for an appointment starting Monday, Jan. 8.

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NOTES
Curbside and leaf and brush collection is finished for 2017. You can still take these items to the drop off site at 1501 Badger Road.  Open from 7:30-3:00 Monday-Friday.
 
Snow plowing info.  If you want to receive information about city plowing, you can sign up to get an email from the streets department.  To do that, go to my.cityofmadison.com.   You can also sign up to get info on leaf and brush collection there.
 
THINGS TO DO
Holiday Fantasy in Lights.  Still ongoing until Jan. 2 at 12 a m..  At 1156 Olin-Turville Court.  Free.  Just drive through.
 
Lighted Menagerie.  Now through Dec. 31 (closed Dec. 25)  At the Henry Vilas Zoo.  A wonderland of lights, Santa, carousel rides and warm beverages.
 
Olbrich’s Holiday Express.  Now until Dec. 31  10am-4pm (closed Dec. 25)  Large-scale model trains wind through a holiday scene overflowing with hundreds of poinsettias and fresh evergreens! Members of the Wisconsin Garden Railway Society come from all over the state to show off their large-scale model trains. Adults: $5, children 3-12 $3, under 3 free.
 
Free MSCR Classes.  MSCR is offering over 57  free community classes January 3rd-12th at 3 locations (Cottage Grove Road, Odana Road and Regent Street)–both daytime and night time offerings for both adults and youth.  No pre-registration is required.  Space for some is on a first come, first serve basis.  If you have  never tried an MSCR class, to try one of these classes.  For more info, go to: http://www.mscr.org/images/PDFs/Registration/Winter2018CommunityClasses.pdf
 
EVENTS
Mon., Dec. 25  Merry Christmas
 
Tues, Wed, and Thurs.  Noon-1:00 Senior Lunches  For more info, go to:  http://www.wmseniorcenter.org
 
Wed., Dec. 27  3:30pm Chess Club at the Meadowridge Library.
Learn how to play chess and play against others with varied levels of experience. Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult.
 
Wed., Dec. 27 1:30-3:30pm West Side Senior Center Movies shown at the Alicia Ashman Library (733 N. High Point Rd),  This week it’s Champion.  Snacks will be served.
 
Thurs, Dec. 28  3:00-4:30pm  Knitting at the Library.  Learn to knit or bring your current project. Supplies provided. Children under 8 must have an adult present. 
 
Thurs., Dec. 28 3:30-5:30pm  Minecraft 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. 
 
Fri., Dec. 29  11:00-12:15 and 1-2:15 Cooking with Chef Lily at the Meadowridge Library. Join The Kids Chef Lily Kilfoy in this hands-on cooking class for kids ages 5-8 years old. Participants will whip up some of Lily’s favorite fun recipes. Vegetarian and nut free. For more information, see http://www.madisonpubliclibrary.org/meadowridge
 
Fri., Dec. 29 3:00 pm – 4:15 pm  Cooking with Lily for ages 9 and up.

Participants will learn Chef Lily’s take on healthy versions of comfort classics as they work together to prepare a tasty meal. Nourishing yet satisfying snacks, appetizers, main dishes, and even desserts? Yes indeed! Nut free.Meadowridge Library.

Sat., Dec. 30  10:30-11:45am  Cooking with Lily for ages 5-8. Participants will work together to prepare multiple recipes that are perfect for when that blustery blizzard hits. Vegetarian and nut-free. Registration begins 12/22. Go online or call 288-6160 to register.  Meadowridge Library.

Sat., Dec. 30   12:30-1:45pm Cooking with Lily–Family.  Flavors of France. Learn about different foods and where they come from, how to follow recipes and use a variety of tools. Participants will prepare a marvelous meal inspired by the flavors of France. Creamy cheeses, crunchy apples, fresh herbs, toasty baguettes, and perhaps a patisserie will be al a carte. Bon appetit! Nut Free. All attendees (adults and children) must register. Registration begins 12/22. Go online or call 288-6160 to register.  Meadowridge Library

Sat., Dec. 30  2:30-3:45 Cooking with Lily–Flavors of France. Same as above but for ages 9 and above.  Meadowridge Library.

COMING UP
Sun. Dec. 31  2-8pm  Four venues for My Family New Year’s Eve. At Monona Terrace, Keva Sports Center in Middleton, Hartmeyer and Madison Ice Arena (3;30-6:30). A $13 ticket covers all 4 events.

NEWS

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Golf: Job done.  All City of Madison golf courses are now closed for the season.

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Madison Parks Calendars are available for $10.00, including tax.  http://www.cityofmadison.com/parks/about/calendar.cfm

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Carbon Monoxide.  It’s that time of year again.  A good *properly working* carbon monoxide detector (preferably one with an actual level readout and peak readout) can save your life.  https://www.cityofmadison.com/fire/daily-reports/carbon-monoxide-leak-traced-to-hidden-furnace

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Quartz Scam.  Fraudulent calls are being made using the name of Quartz, the newly formed health insurance consortium in our area.  Hang up if you receive a call from someone claiming they are representing Quartz or selling Quartz products. Do not provide any personal or financial information.  If you are unsure, contact Quartz at 1-800-362-3310 for more information.

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Alternate Side Parking Rules have been in effect since November 15. For more information, see https://www.cityofmadison.com/residents/Winter/Parking/alternateSideParking.cfm

EVENTS

Mon., Dec. 18 11:30am  (Lunch at 12:00pm)

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Christmas on the Smooth Side.  Come and enjoy a great Christmas meal and relax to the smooth tunes of Virge.  Virge is smooth on the trumpet and will play wonderful Christmas songs to spread the joy.  The performance is what you make of it; listen, chat with your friends, relax and have a good time. Music starts at 11:30 a.m. and runs until you decide to head home. Call 270-4290 today to make reservations for the noon lunch.  Fitchburg Senior Center, 5510 East Lacy Rd.

Mon., Dec. 18 6:00pm-8:00pm

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Chess Lessons and Free Play.  Lessons begin at 6:00pm, with free play from 6:45pm-8:00pm.  Alicia Ashman Library, 733 N. High Point Rd.

Tue., Dec. 19 5:30pm-8:00pm  

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Christmas Dinner with the Meadowood Community.  For more info, contact Sherayw@yahoo.com? .  Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Raymond Rd.

Tue., Dec. 19 6:00pm-8:00pm

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Table Top Game Night.  The library has a ton of tabletop games, just waiting to be played! Drop in and join the fun!  Meadowridge Library, Raymond Rd.

Wed., Dec. 20 1:30pm-3:30pm

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WMSC Movie Day — The Secret Scripture.  PG-13, 1hr, 48min.  A woman keeps a diary of her extended stay at a mental hospital.  Sponsored by the West Madison Senior Center.  Movie location: the Alicia Ashman Library.

Wed., Dec. 20 6:15pm-8:30pm

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Race 2 Destiny Dialogue: A board game designed to simulate experiences faced by young black males in Dane County. Free, refreshments provided.  Funded by Innovations in Community Based Crime Reduction Grant and Common Wealth Development, Inc.  Contact Stephanie@CWD.org  Good Shepherd Lutheran Church.

Thr., Dec. 21. 10:00apm-11:00am

Baby Gym.  Help your baby gain good pre-reading and writing skills and have fun at the same time! Baby Gym incorporates large motor activities with stories to develop body and mind. For babies aged 3 months to 18 months. Registration is first come, first served. Please pick up a name tag 15 minutes before the program begins.  Sequoya Library, Tokay Blvd. at Midvale Blvd.

Fri., Dec. 22 6:30pm-8:30pm

After Dinner Mints — MOANA.  Come to the Alicia Ashman Public Library on the fourth Friday to enjoy films with a message, TV Series Marathons, International Films, or Motion Picture Favorites.

Fri., Dec. 22 – No School.  Winter Break Begins.

Sunday, Dec. 24

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Christmas Eve.  Libraries closed all day.

COMING UP

 

Monday, Dec. 25  CHRISTMAS DAY

NEWS

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How to avoid a ticket or a tow in the season of snow – from Madison Police Dept.  http://www.cityofmadison.com/police/west/blotter.cfm?Id=12941

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Tax Security Awareness.  This past week was National Tax Security Awareness week.  For security tips, visit the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team website at
https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/current-activity/2017/11/28/National-Tax-Security-Awareness-Week-IRS-Helps-Taxpayers-Protect
and the IRS page at https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/national-tax-security-awareness-week-2017

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Confused by Roundabouts (aka Rotaries)?  This information from Wisconsin DOT might help…
http://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/safety/safety-eng/roundabouts/works.aspx

EVENTS

Mon., Dec. 4 6:00pm-8:15pm

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Car Seat Presentation.  The U.W. Safe Kids program will provide a presentation on car seat usage.  Meadowridge Library / Neighborhood Center, Raymond Rd.

Tue., Dec. 5 6:00pm-8:45pm

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Sequoya All Ages Chess Club.  Come on in for a friendly game of chess with your neighbors. All ages welcome.  Sequoya Library, Tokay Blvd. at Midvale Blvd.

Wed., Dec. 6 4:00pm-5:30pm
(Also Sat., Dec 9 1:30pm-3:00pm)

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Season of Shadows with Alaura Borealis.  Make messes and play with light at Meadowridge Library! Join Alaura Borealis in building metaphors and cultivating feelings with light boxes, shadow puppets, projectors, movie making, and more. Experiment with shadow art during this youth-focused residency.  Meadowridge Library.

Wed., Dec. 6 4:30pm-5:30pm

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Read to a Dog.  Bring a favorite book and read aloud to a furry friend. Time slots available on a first-come, first-serve basis.  Meadowridge Library.

Wed., Dec. 6 6:00pm-7:30pm

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Neighborhood Grant Workshop (Optional), City-County Building, Room 103A. Come to the workshop to find out how to apply for grants to fund your neighborhood project. In 2017, grants were awarded for such projects as reviving the Worthington Park Neighborhood Association and starting a Pop-Up Market, creating a gathering place and rest area in Parkwood Hills at Mineral Point Park, and developing gateway entrances to Eastmorland and Bridge-Lakepoint Neighborhoods.  (Grants are due by Feb. 19).

Thr., Dec. 7 3:30pm-5:30pm

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Minecraft Club.  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.  More information available at http://www.madisonpubliclibrary.org/kids/minecraft .  Meadowridge Library.

Sat., Dec. 9 1:00pm-3:00pm

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Spreading Joy: A Handmade Greeting Card Workshop.  Bring happiness to your family and friends, one card at a time! In this class, we will make three unique greeting cards with the help of a professional demonstrator. All materials are provided. Adults and children ages 13+ accompanied by an adult.  Register at http://host.evanced.info/madison/evanced/eventsignup.asp?ID=70043&ID=70043_

COMING UP

February, 2018

Madison Parks Daddy Daughter Dance.  More information at https://www.cityofmadison.com/calendar/daddy-daughter-dance-3​​
NOTES
Student survey on addiction.  A UW-Madison student is working on a project focusing on heroin addiction in Madison. To help her research, she asks that you take this 5-minute survey: https://uwmadison.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9ud1yudM9Ctcyl7 
If you are interested in seeing the results, you can attend the team’s research presentation at 4:00 pm on Tuesday, December 12th at Room 2241 in Chamberlin Hall.

 If someone you know is struggling with addiction, here are some resources: 

Wisconsin Department of Health Services,

Safe Communities Parent Addiction Network

 
​Grandparent Scam. 

The Madison area has been targeted again recently by scam artists who are convincing people to send large amounts of money

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to help their grandson out of a legal jam. The victims receive tearful calls from someone pretending to be their grandson. This person would also hand the phone off to someone claiming to be a police officer. 

​This is a scam. Hang up. Local financial institutions are also being notified.
 
Fire Alarm Scam. The Madison Fire Department has been notified of a telemarketer-style scam possibly in the area. An area woman recently had a call from someone purporting to be from “the fire department.” The caller asked if she has her home smoke alarms checked regularly. they may be attempting to access homes under the guise of “the fire department,” so the Madison Fire Department issued the following:

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The Madison Fire Department never makes phone calls like the one described above. If you receive such a phone call​, ​end the call and report the incident to the Madison Police Department’s self-report line at (608) 245-3662 or their self-report webpage.Scams can also be reported to the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture and Consumer Protection Hotline at (800) 422-7128 or emailed to DATCPHotline@Wisconsin.gov.

Falk Sidewalk  The Falk School PTO is

 trying to raise enough money to pave over the grassy area between the sidewalk and the road in front of Falk. Every winter it gets muddy and slippery, and the dropoff and pickup situation is potentially hazardous for kids, parents, and teachers. 

​If you would like to help, contact

Megan Pope at  319.321.7189

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meganebobo@gmail.com

MSCR Programs.  Registration begins Monday, November 27 for Madison School District Residents and December 11 for Non-Residents. You can see a copy of the program guide or register at  www.mscr.org or call 608-204-3000 for more information.

 
EVENTS​
Mon., Nov. 27  6:30-7:30pm   Evening StoryTime.  

Unwind at the Sequoya Library as a family. Bring your dinner or snack and join us for stories, puppets, and songs to appeal to all ages. Includes built in time for you to read together as a family. Pick out a great book to take home and read before bed that night. No registration necessary.

 
Tues., Nov. 28 1-3pm  Holiday Open House.  ​At the Madison Senior Center (330 W. Mifflin).  Music from 1-2  from KG and the Ranger: Country Christmas (Memories of Roy Rogers and Gene Autry)  and refreshments 2-3   
 
Wed., Nov. 29  4-5;30pm  Season of Shadows with Alaura Borealis.  

Make messes and play with light at Meadowridge Library! Join Alaura Borealis in building metaphors and cultivating feelings with light boxes, shadow puppets, projectors, movie making, and more. Experiment with shadow art during this youth-focused residency.

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Wed., Nov. 29  6-8pm  Crock Pot Cooking Class.  Free class sponsored by MSCR on how to cook low cost meals with a crock pot.  In the community rooms at the Meadowridge Library.  For more info, go to MSCR.org. 
 
 Thurs, Nov. 30  6:30-7:30pm  Meadowridge Book Club.   

The Meadowridge Book Group is meeting to discuss The New Jim CrowMass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander. All Welcome.

Thurs., Nov. 30  6:30-8:30pm Hillbilly Elegy (UW Madison’s Big Read) discussion at the Sequoya Library.  

Join in the discussion of this book:
A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis” by J.D. Vance.

 
Fri, Dec. 1 5-6:30pm Madison Senior Center or 6:30-8pm at the Central Library.​

​ Multi-Generational Photo and Story Project Opening Reception.  The project will be exhibited throughout December.  These were multigenerational photos and stories collected at the Madison Central Library during August and September.  An inspiring display.​

NEWS

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The Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) open enrollment period ends December 15.  Visit https://www.healthcare.gov/ for details.
Medicare open enrollment period ends earlier, December 7.

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Survey Opportunity.  To help in creating Madison’s first ever Historic Preservation Plan, the City is conducting a survey about the places that matter to ALL Madisonians.  To date, over 350 surveys have been completed. Thank you! Please take this survey about important places in Madison and tell us what is important to you.  The survey results will be used at upcoming public meetings and the survey will be open until December 8, 2017.  More information can be found at www.cityofmadison.com/historicpreservationplan.  The survey itself can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CityofMadisonHPPSurvey1

EVENTS

Mon., Nov. 20 6:30pm-7:30pm

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Evening Family Storytimes.  Unwind at the library as a family with evening storytime. Bring your dinner or snack and join us for stories, puppets, and songs to appeal to all ages. Includes built in time for you to read together as a family. Pick out a great book from Ms. Rebecca?’s stack to take home and read before bed that night. No registration necessary.  Sequoya Library, Tokay Blvd. at Midvale Blvd.

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Tue., Nov. 21  10:00am  

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Meadowridge Library Annual Pie Sale.  Stock up for Thanksgiving at the Friends of the Meadowridge Library’s annual – and very popular – pie sale. The sale  lasts until all pies have been sold. Many different varieties, all  at $10.00 each. Proceeds benefit the Meadowridge Branch Library.  Meadowridge Library, Raymond Rd.

Tue., Nov. 21 6:00pm-8:00pm
Tabletop Game Night.  The Meadowridge Library has a ton of tabletop games, just waiting to be played! Drop in and join in.

Wed., Nov. 22 1:30pm-3:30pm

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WMSC Movie Day – Wizard of Lies.  Sponsored by the West Madison Senior Center.  Alicia Ashman Library, 733 N. High Point Rd.

Wed., Nov. 22 9:00am-10:45am

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Foot Care Clinic.  WMSC and SSM Health at Home provide foot care for $20.  Call 238-7368 to make an appointment.  Capital City Church, 401 N. Blackhawk Ave.

Wed., Nov. 22 – Schools CLOSED (Parent/Teacher Comp. Day)

Thr., Nov. 23 – THANKSGIVING

Thr., Nov. 23 11:00am-1:00pm   

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Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Thanksgiving Day meal.   No home delivery.  No reservations needed.  At 5701 Raymond Road.

Thr. Nov. 23, 4:00pm-8:00pm  Thanksgiving Dinner at the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County.  At 4619 Jenewein Rd.  No reservations needed.

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Fri., Nov. 24

Libraries CLOSED, Schools CLOSED, West Madison Senior Center CLOSED

COMING UP

Daily 3:00pm-5:00pm
The Meadowood Neighborhood Center (next to the library) has a daily after school program from 3:00pm-5:00pm.

NOTES
Theft from autos.  Theft from autos is down about 15% but it is still a problem. More than 25 guns were stolen this year from autos, many of them unlocked!   Please remember NOT to  leave guns in parked cars. And LOCK YOUR CAR DOORS!! Keep valuables out of sight.  If you are holiday shopping, keep your gifts in your trunk.
 
Yard Waste collection.  According to the map, they are working in our neighborhood right now, collecting yard waste and leaves.  You can check your address if you go to https://www.cityofmadison.com/streets/yardWaste/schedules.cfm and click on the map.
 
Play and Learn Program available each Wednesday, Thursday and Friday for children 0-4 years old at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center.  To register, call Kenyatta 212-4632 or Tameka at 235-4224.
 
EVENTS
Tues., Nov. 14  9-11 am  Coffee Klatch Common Wealth Development is hosting a Coffee Klatch at their new satellite office, 5902 Raymond Rd.  Common Wealth will be working in Southwest Madison on a safe neighborhood program, as part of a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.  Stop by for coffee, tea or water to meet staff and ask questions about the program.
 
Tues., Nov. 14  6-8 pm  Annual Thanksgiving Community Dinner at the Elver Park Neighborhood Center (1201 McKenna).  Family-friendly actives and a delicious Thanksgiving Dinner.  All welcome. Sponsored by Elver Park and Theresa Terrace Neighborhood Centers.
 
Tues., Nov. 14  7-8:30 pm Discussion of Snow by Orhan Pamuk.  Join the Tuesday Evening Book Group for a discussion of a variety of books, both fiction and non-fiction (generally older titles). The next title will be available for pick-up following the discussion, with extra copies available at the reference desk while supplies last. No discussion in December, our next discussion will be on January 9, 2018.  At the Alicia Ashman Library.
Wed., Nov. 15  10 am  Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Drones) at the West District police Station (1710 McKenna).  Speaker is Mike Hanson, MPD.  Sponsored by Southwest Triad.
 
Wed., Nov. 15  (and every Wednesday) 10am-noon.  Job Shop at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center.  Weekly updated job leads, resume development, online application support, etc., offered in a person-centered format.
 
Wed., Nov. 15  1-3 pm  Holiday Digital Pictures.  This is an informal informational presentation on editing your photos.  At the Fitchburg Senior Center.  Bring your laptop or tablet and be ready to learn.  Call 270-4290 to register.
 
Wed., Nov. 15 4-5pm   Season of Shadows.  Make messes and play with light at Meadowridge Library! Join Alaura Borealis in building metaphors and cultivating feelings with light boxes, shadow puppets, projectors, movie making, and more. Experiment with shadow art during this youth-focused residency.  For the whole family.
 
Thurs., Nov. 16  4-6pm   Speed Dating for adults over 60.  At the Concourse Hotel.  Women will be assigned to a seat and men will rotate around the tables for six-minute chats.  Pre-registration is required.  Deadline Nov. 10. $5 cost.
 

Sun., Nov. 19  1:30-3:30pm   Sunday Jazz at Sequoya.  The Dalton Gang Girls is a four piece combo playing music from the great American Songbook, some jazz standards and much more. In the large meeting rooms off to the side from the “Ask Here” desk at the Sequoya Library.

UPCOMING
Tues., Nov. 21  10 am  Meadowridge Library Annual Pie Sale.  Stock up for Thanksgiving at the Friends of the Meadowridge Library’s annual – and very popular – pie sale. The sale  lasts until all pies have been sold. Many different varieties, all  at $10.00 each. Proceeds benefit the Meadowridge Branch Library.
 
Nov., 21 4-8pm  Thanksgiving Dinner at the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County.  At 4619 Jenewein Rd.  No reservations needed.
 
Thurs., Nov. 23 11-1pm   Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Thanksgiving Day meal.   No home delivery.  No reservations needed.  At 5701 Raymond Road.  
 
Tues., Nov. 28   Holiday Open House at the Madison Senior Center.  Music 1-2 pm.  Refreshments 2-3pm.  (330 W. Mifflin)

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