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Brittingham Boats
701 W. Brittingham Pl., 53715
608-250-2555
brittinghamboats@gmail.com
Rentals of canoes, kayaks, paddle boats, rowboats and stand-up paddle boards to use on Lake Monona and Monona Bay, 8:30 am-8 pm Memorial Day to Labor Day. Cafe on-site. Special events and programs every week including kids' camps, SUP lessons, yoga, music fests and fishing competitions. parents
Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center
1457 E. Washington Ave., Ste. 102, 53703
608-661-9787
Safe Harbor seeks to reduce the trauma to children who are victims of abuse or neglect or witnesses to crimes, by promoting the coordination of multi-disciplinary investigations, conducting forensic interviews in a child-friendly environment, and providing ongoing advocacy to affected children and families. children parents
Camp Woodbrooke


office@campwoodbrooke.org
Camp Woodbrooke is a small, non-profit, coed summer camp, located on 162 acres in the unglaciated area of Wisconsin near Richland Center. It was founded in 1980 by a Quaker couple, now retired and living nearby. In 2006, the operations were transferred to a non-profit group that seeks to continue the vision of the founders. Rooted in Quaker traditions of simplicity, harmony, peace, responsibility, and equality, the campers and staff strive to integrate these values into the various activities that occupy us from the rising bell to the fall of night. However, we cherish and respect our many non-Quaker campers and are not evangelical in our approach. Camp Woodbrooke is unique in its emphasis on living in community, and its devotion to diversity and fostering the growth of the whole person. parents
DCHS Camp Pawprint

608-838-0413
Camp Pawprint is a weeklong day camp filled with animals, critter projects, group games & much more! parents
Girl Scout Camp

800.236.2710
Adventures for all girls grades k-12. Day camps and resident camps. CampHERO too! parents
CTM Summer Stage 2014

608-255-2080
CTM's Summer Stage offers 1-week, and 3-week all-day theater sessions for grades K-12 at Overture Center. parents
MSCR Summer Camps

608-204-3000
MSCR has summer camps for all ages (Age 3-Grade 9). Choose from arts camp, discovery camps, half-day camps, adventure/sports camps and more! Also great place for swim lessons, soccer camps, and tennis. Check it out. Registration begins March 10! parents
UW-Madison Summer Music Clinic

608-263-2242
Middle and high school musicians rehearse and present concerts in band, choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble and musical theater along with expanding their musical knowledge and abilities through specialized class choices. parents
YMCA Family Camp Nawakwa

715-588-7422
For decades we've been the destination for families to grow together, and when you visit our Wisconsin location, it's easy to see why. parents
Camp Anokijig

920-893-0782 or 800-741-6931
Built upon the values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility, Anokijig provides a safe and enriching overnight, summer camp experience for boys and girls ages 7-16. parents
Bethel Horizons

608-257-3577
Bethel Horizons is located near Dodgeville, WI and has many week-long programs involving environmental education/adventure/pottery and more for youth, 2nd - 12th grade! parents
Camp Green Star

608-206-0641
Camp Green Star is a sustainability and urban agriculture day camp for 7- to 13-year old kids. parents
University Avenue Discovery Center

608-233-5371
UADC, an authentic summer camp experience featuring swim lessons * art enrichment * community involvement and continued school learning for the whole child aged 5-to-10 years. parents
Middleton Public Library
7425 Hubbard Ave., Middleton, 53562
608-831-5564
mid@scls.lib.wi.us
parents activities
Verona Public Library
500 Silent St., Verona, 53593
608-845-7180
vpl@ci.verona.wi.us
parents activities
Fitchburg Public Library
5530 Lacy Rd., 53711
608-729-1760
parents activities
Sequoya Branch
4340 Tokay Blvd., 53711
608-266-6385
Straddling the dividing line between the near west and the far west sides, in the Sequoya Commons development. parents activities
Pinney Branch
204 Cottage Grove Rd., 53716
608-224-7100
Serves the far east side. parents activities
Monroe Street Branch
1705 Monroe St., 53711
608-266-6390
Small branch library for the near west side. parents activities
Meadowridge Branch
5726 Raymond Rd., 53711
608-288-6160
Serves far west/southwest area. parents activities
Lakeview Branch
2845 N. Sherman Ave., 53704
608-246-4547
North side branch in the Northside Town Center. parents activities
Hawthorne Branch
2707 E. Washington Ave., 53704
608-246-4548
Near-east-side branch in the East Madison Shopping Center. Community room. parents activities
Goodman South Madison Branch
2222 S. Park St., 53713
608-266-6395
New branch library for south Madison. parents activities
Alicia Ashman Branch
733 N. High Point Rd.
608-824-1780
Far west side. parents activities
Department of Children and Families
201 East Washington Ave., Second Floor, PO Box 8916, Madison,53708
608-267-3905
dcfweb@wisconsin.gov
Online map-based search of regulated child care and YoungStar-rated programs; more help available from Community-based Child Care Resource & Referral agencies. children parents
Ice Spirit Girls Hockey Club


icespiritgirlshockey@gmail.com
Ages 6-14, all skill levels welcome; new season starts in September. sports parents summer girls
Dream Bikes
4245 W. Beltline Hwy., 53711
608-467-6315
info_madison@dream-bikes.org
Ages 14-18 learn skills related to bicycle repair, as well as computer systems, customer service and sales. parents
Boliviamanta

608-228-3198
cecilmira@yahoo.com
Bolivian folk dance/music performance troupe. parents
Community GroundWorks
3601 Memorial Drive, Ste. 4, 53704
608-240-0409
info@communitygroundworks.org
Formerly Friends of Troy Gardens; nonprofit connecting people to nature and local food with all-ages education programs. Maintains Troy Gardens' community gardens, organic farm, and restored prairie and woodlands. parents
Dane County Humane Society
5132 Voges Rd., Madison 53718
608-838-0413
DCHS offers various humane education programs including winter, spring and summer day camps, birthday parties, scout badges, a monthly preschool program and shelter tours. Tours of Dane County Humane Society are appropriate for all ages. A donation is requested based on the size of group and length of tour. classes education parents activities lessons summer winter animals camps
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