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Project FACE
Cooperative effort by Dane County agencies offers ongoing mental-health support for residents at locations countywide. Info: clewis@ccmadison.org or 256-2358

Support GroupsDaily starting 04/01/11
Family Court Assistance Project
Offers free help completing/filing forms to self-represented Dane County residents, by appointment, at the Courthouse & Villager Mall. RSVP: 262-2301

General NoticesDaily starting 04/01/11
Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin Caregiver Support Groups
20+ monthly meetings at locations around Dane County: www.alzwisc.org. 232-3400

Support GroupsDaily starting 12/01/12
Alzheimer's Association Caregiver Support Groups
Monthly meetings at locations around Dane County: alz.org/scwisc. 203-8500

Support GroupsDaily starting 05/13/13
Narcotics Anonymous
Free support/education meetings offered daily at various locations: www.wisconsinna.org. Helpline: 888-431-7526

Support GroupsDaily starting 07/01/13
Gamblers Anonymous
7 pm Thursdays & Tuesdays, 8:30 am Saturdays & 11 am Sundays, Wil-Mar Center; and 7 pm Mondays, Fitchburg Serenity Club. 608-283-5800

Support GroupsDaily starting 09/12/13
Madison Area Overeaters Anonymous
Meetings daily; for updated schedule: www.region5oa.org. 608-663-8823

Support GroupsDaily starting 12/06/13
Feline Adoptions
Cats/kittens, noon-3 pm Saturdays & Sundays, Country Animal Haven, Stoughton. 608-212-8729

Special InterestsSaturdays @ 12:00pm
Feline Adoptions
Cats/kittens, noon-3 pm Saturdays & Sundays, Country Animal Haven, Stoughton. 608-212-8729

Special InterestsSundays @ 12:00pm
Second Harvest Foodbank Volunteers
Sought for food sorting/repacking, custodial & other duties, weekdays, 2802 Dairy Dr. Info: www.secondharvestmadison.org. 608-216-7214

Good WorksDaily starting 01/01/14
Center for Families Volunteers
Sought for childcare, transportation, office help, parent mentoring & more. Info: megm@centerforfamilies.org. 608-241-5150

Good WorksDaily starting 01/01/14
Food Pantry Donations
Community Action Coalition collects/distributes non-perishable items at locations throughout Dane County. Info: www.cacscw.org/food.php. 608-246-4730

Good WorksDaily starting 01/01/14
Women Surviving Domestic Violence Support Group
6:30-8:30 pm Thursdays & Wednesdays; Spanish-speaking group 1 pm Tuesdays. Call for sign-up & confidential location: 608-251-4445

Support GroupsTuesdays @ 1:00pm
Women Surviving Domestic Violence Support Group
6:30-8:30 pm Thursdays & Wednesdays; Spanish-speaking group 1 pm Tuesdays. Call for sign-up & confidential location: 608-251-4445

Support GroupsWednesdays @ 6:30pm
Women Surviving Domestic Violence Support Group
6:30-8:30 pm Thursdays & Wednesdays; Spanish-speaking group 1 pm Tuesdays. Call for sign-up & confidential location: 608-251-4445

Support GroupsThursdays @ 6:30pm
Sports for Active Seniors
Yearly membership includes hundreds of seasonal activities: sportsforactiveseniors.org. 608-244-5582

SeniorsDaily starting 05/19/14
Ten Variations on a Theme
Corn crib installations, 8/23-4/1, 771 Silver Ln., near Edgerton (reception 1-5 pm, 8/23, with artist talks 3:30 pm), by Arthur Durkee, Thomas Ferrella, Emily McCabe, Mark Nelson, Rebecca Power, Kyle Richmond, John Steines/David Ott, Amy Wencel, Michael Winter. silverwoodart@gmail.com. 608-289-9627

ArtDaily starting 08/23/14
Breast & Cervical Cancer Screenings
Free checkups available at 25 Dane County clinics for age/income eligible women through Wisconsin Well Woman Program: www.publichealthmdc.com/wwwp. 608-242-6385

HealthDaily starting 10/01/14
Winter Parking Regulations
Madison's alternate-side parking rules are in effect 1-7 am, 11/15-3/15: Park on the even-numbered side of the street on even-numbered days and on the odd-numbered side on odd-numbered days. Exception: Alternate side parking only in effect during a declared snow emergency in the Downtown/Isthmus Snow Emergency Zone (bounded by lakes Monona & Mendota, south to Park & Proudfit streets, west to Thornton Avenue & north to Yahara River). $20 fine for violations ($60 during declared emergency or in Snow Emergency Zone; add $50 if towed). www.cityofmadison.com/winter. 608-261-9111

General NoticesDaily starting 01/01/15
Neighborhood Grant Program
City of Madison invites group proposals through 3/2; grant workshop 6 pm, 1/13, Madison Municipal Building-Room LL110. Info: www.cityofmadison.com/neighborhoods. 608-267-1131

General NoticesDaily starting 01/02/15 @ 6:00pm
Madison Water Utility Rebate Program
Up to $100/unit available for replacement of older toilets with EPA-rated models (see epa.gov/watersense/pp/find_het.htm). Available for residential customers & apartment buildings. Forms/info: www.cityofmadison.com/water. 608-266-4651

General NoticesDaily starting 01/06/15
Job Search Support Group
Free meeting for unemployed professionals, 10 am-noon Tuesdays, 21 N. Park St. 608-263-6960

Special InterestsTuesdays @ 10:00am
1 Million Cups
Free meetup for entrepreneurs, funders & mentors, 9 am Wednesdays, 100state. 100Statemadison.sites.1millioncups.com

Special InterestsWednesdays
Lamppost Players Children's Theater
Seeking actors for their summer production of "The Horse & His Boy" (rehearsals begin in June). $100 fee. RSVP by 4/1: 608-256-6282

Kids StuffDaily starting 01/14/15
Home Chore Volunteer Program
Madison Coalition of Older Adults seeks volunteers to help older adults of modest means remain at home by assisting with household chores. madisonhomechore@gmail.com. 608-243-5252

Good WorksDaily starting 01/22/15
Theater Bus
Invites reservations for: "The Nerd," 3/14, Sunset Playhouse, Elm Grove (departs 9:45-10:30 am, $68, RSVP by 2/23); "The Verdict," 3/21, Rock Valley College Studio Theatre, Rockford, Ill. (departs 9:45-10:30 am, $70; RSVP by 3/9); "Farce of Nature," 4/19, Bell Tower Theater, Dubuque, Iowa (departs 9:30-10:15 am, $75; RSVP by 3/23); "Jeeves Takes A Bow," 4/29, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre (departs 9-9:45 am, $78; RSVP by 3/27); "Sex Please, We're Sixty," 4/26, Rhode Center for the Arts, Kenosha (trip full). RSVP: theaterbus@tds.net. 608-257-0003

SeniorsDaily starting 01/29/15
SMART Recovery
Self-Management & Recovery Training, free support for abstinence from addictive behaviors, 7 pm Wednesdays, Wil-Mar Center; and 7 pm Thursdays, New Self-Renewal Center. madisonsmartrecovery.com. 608-520-0458

Support GroupsThursdays @ 7:00pm
Dane County Snowmobile & Ski Trails
All trails closed as of 2/8. Updates: www.countyofdane.com/lwrd/parks. 608-242-4576

RecreationDaily starting 02/02/15
RSVP for Overture's Rising Stars
Annual talent search program welcomes auditions by ages 6 & up, 3/28-8/8, at various locations (all bands audition on 7/18). RSVP: overturecenter.org/risingstars. 608-258-4177

Arts NoticesDaily starting 02/04/15
Madison Area Music Awards Voting
First round, 2/10-3/9. $5 membership fee. themamas.org

Music: More MusicDaily starting 02/10/15
Call for Art
Madison Community Discourse invites applications for juried exhibition (set for June) through 4/25: madisoncommunitydiscourse.com

ArtDaily starting 02/11/15
Winnebago Studios Artists
Paintings, 2/20-3/25, Artist & Craftsman's Supply, 203 W. Gorham St. 608-251-2977

ArtDaily starting 02/20/15
Middleton Comprehensive Plan
Public input sought on update: 11:40 am, 2/24, Middleton High School (student engagement focus); 7 pm, 2/25, Kromrey Middle School; 6 pm, 3/2, Elm Lawn Elementary School; 3:30 pm, 3/4, Cocina Real (Spanish translation available); 9 am, 3/7, Middleton City Hall; 7 pm, 3/12, Sauk Trail Elementary School; 11:45 am, 3/18, Wisconsin Bank & Trust, 8420 Mineral Point Rd.; 7 pm, 3/18, VFW Post 821. 6608-821-8370

General NoticesDaily starting 02/24/15
American Red Cross Blood Drives
10 am-3 pm, 2/26-27 & 3/5, UW Union South; noon-5 pm, 2/28, Fountain of Life Family Worship Center; noon-5 pm on 3/2 adn 10 am-3 pm, 3/3, UW Memorial Union; 9 am-1:30 pm, 3/4, Dean Clinic, 752 N High Point Rd.; 8:30 am-2 pm, 3/4, Monona Grove High School; 8:30 am-1:30 pm, 3/5, American Family Insurance HQ-Building C. RSVP: redcrossblood.org. 800-733-2767

HealthDaily starting 02/26/15
Plant Dane! Program
Native plants available at discounted cost to homeowners, municipalities, schools & nonprofits, with orders accepted through 3/16: www.myfairlakes.com. 608-224-3746

MarketsGardensDaily starting 02/26/15
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 2/9-3/2. 608-663-1879

Families03/02/15
Industrial Workers of the World
Meeting, 6:30 pm, 3/2, Madison Teachers Inc. 608-255-1800

Politics03/02/15 @ 6:30pm
Middleton Comprehensive Plan
Public input sought on update: 11:40 am, 2/24, Middleton High School (student engagement focus); 7 pm, 2/25, Kromrey Middle School; 6 pm, 3/2, Elm Lawn Elementary School; 3:30 pm, 3/4, Cocina Real (Spanish translation available); 9 am, 3/7, Middleton City Hall; 7 pm, 3/12, Sauk Trail Elementary School; 11:45 am, 3/18, Wisconsin Bank & Trust, 8420 Mineral Point Rd.; 7 pm, 3/18, VFW Post 821. 6608-821-8370

General Notices03/02/15
South Madison Coalition of the Elderly
Romnes Apartments: Cards/games 1 pm Mondays; Yoga 3 pm Wednesdays. Quaker Housing: Cards/games 1 pm Fridays. Lunch served 11:30 am Mondays-Fridays at Romnes Apts. & Quaker Housing. $7.50 ($4 donation ages 60+). RSVP by noon, previous weekday: 608-251-8405

SeniorsDaily starting 03/02/15
Bike Fed Booster Training
Wisconsin Bike Fed volunteering program, 5:30 pm, 3/2, Madison office. RSVP: wisconsinbikefed.org. 608-251-4456

Good Works03/02/15
Columbia County Humane Society Benefit
10 percent of sales donated, 5-8 pm, 3/2, Culver's, Portage. 608-742-3666

Good Works03/02/15
The Big Share
Community Shares of Wisconsin hosts online giving day for 70 local nonprofits, 3/3: www.thebigshare.org. 608-256-1066

Special Events03/03/15
Wisconsin Department of Transportation Public Meeting
Open house on Janesville to Edgerton I-39/90 construction, 3-7 pm, 3/4; and Edgerton to Madison segment, 3-7 pm, 3/5, 111 Interstate Blvd., Edgerton. 608-884-1234

General NoticesDaily starting 03/04/15 @ 3:00pm
Unlock the Dream
Informational tour, 8 am, 3/4, Habitat for Humanity, 1014 Fiedler Ln. #29. RVSP: www.habitatdane.org. 608-255-1549

General Notices03/04/15 @ 8:00am
Middleton Comprehensive Plan
Public input sought on update: 11:40 am, 2/24, Middleton High School (student engagement focus); 7 pm, 2/25, Kromrey Middle School; 6 pm, 3/2, Elm Lawn Elementary School; 3:30 pm, 3/4, Cocina Real (Spanish translation available); 9 am, 3/7, Middleton City Hall; 7 pm, 3/12, Sauk Trail Elementary School; 11:45 am, 3/18, Wisconsin Bank & Trust, 8420 Mineral Point Rd.; 7 pm, 3/18, VFW Post 821. 6608-821-8370

General Notices03/04/15
American Red Cross Blood Drives
8:30 am-1:30 pm, 3/5, American Family Insurance HQ-Building C; 1-6 pm, 3/5, Eastside Elementary School, Sun Prairie; 10 am-3 pm, 3/5-6, UW Union South; 12:30-5:30 pm, 3/9, McFarland Lutheran Church; 10 am-3 pm, 3/10, UW Health Sciences Learning Center; 11 am-4 pm, 3/10, UW Engineering, 1550 Engineering Dr.; 1-5 pm, 3/11, Holy Family Church, Marshall; 10 am-3 pm, 3/12, UW Red Gym; 1-6 pm, 3/12, Province Hill Apartments. RSVP: redcrossblood.org. 800-733-2767

HealthDaily starting 03/05/15
Watershed-Wide Conference
Annual Yahara Pride Farms Conservation Board seminar on agriculture technology & nutrient management, 10:30 am-2 pm, 3/5, Comfort Inn, DeForest. Free. RSVP: www.yaharapridefarms.org

Environment03/05/15 @ 10:30am
UW Climate Change Symposium
UW Center for Climatic Research event, 3-6:30 pm on 3/5, Genetics-Biotechnology Center Auditorium; and 1:30-5:30 pm, 3/6, Mechanical Engineering Building. Free. Schedule: ccr.aos.wisc.edu. 608-262-2839

EnvironmentDaily starting 03/05/15
From Ferguson to Deportation: Youth of Color Identity as an Act of Resistance
Discussion with hip-hop artist Olmeca, designed for black/brown youth, young adults & the younger generation, 6 pm, 3/5, Bayview Community Center. krchavez@wisc.edu

Politics03/05/15 @ 6:00pm
Ice Age Trail-Lodi Valley Chapter Full Moon Hike
7 pm, 3/5, meet at Colsac Ferry landing, Merrimac (West Point side). 608-843-3926

Environment03/05/15 @ 7:00pm
Blue Mounds Area Project
Annual meeting, plus "An Introduction to the Native Shrubs of the Driftless Area" talk by Rich Henderson, 7 pm, 3/5, State Bank of Cross Plains-Mount Horeb. Free; all welcome. 608-469-2998

Environment03/05/15 @ 7:00pm
Opera 101
With Skylight Music Theatre, 7:30 pm, 3/5, Hotel Foster, Milwaukee. Free. 414-291-7800

Out of Town03/05/15 @ 7:30pm
Peter Mulvey, Ken Yates & Brian Dunne
7 pm, 3/5, Wildwood Station Pavillion, Marshfield. $25/$20 ($27/$12 adv.). voxconcertseries.com. 715-502-9850

Out of Town03/05/15 @ 7:00pm
One City Early Learning Centers Kick-off
Info on summer 2015 launch, 5:30-7:30 pm, 3/6, CUNA Mutual Conference Center, with speakers, music, refreshments. RSVP: www.facebook.com/onecityearlylearning. 608-819-6566

Kids Stuff03/06/15 @ 5:30pm
Watertown Players' "Love, Sex & the I.R.S."
Comedy, 7 pm, 2/27-28 & 3/6-7, Watertown Players Theatre. $16 ($12 adv.). 920-261-3323

Theater and DanceDaily starting 03/06/15 @ 7:00pm
Beginner Milonga
Open dance, 8:30-10 pm, 3/6, Tango House of Madison, 516 Orchard St. Donations (free lesson 7:30 pm). 608-332-9113

Dancing03/06/15
Church Women United
Annual World Way of Prayer celebration, 9 am, 3/6, Glenwood Moravian Community Church. 608-203-5567

Special Interests03/06/15 @ 9:00am
WIAA State High School Gymnastics Tournament
March-in at 1:35 pm on 3/6 and 10:45 am, 3/7, Lincoln Field House, Wisconsin Rapids. $6/session. 715-344-8580

SportsDaily starting 03/06/15
Stone Fence Grand Opening
Gifts/accessories store at new location, 5:30-8 pm, 3/6, 2322 Atwood Ave., with music by Brother Rye, refreshments. 608-238-4331

Special Interests03/06/15
UW Arboretum Volunteer Work Day
Wingra oak savanna, 9 am-noon, 3/7, meet at Arbor Dr. parking lot. Canceled if precipitation/below 10 degrees. 608-265-5214

Environment03/07/15 @ 9:00am
Ice Age Trail Alliance-Dane County Work Day
Savanna restoration, 9 am, 3/7, 8844 Table Bluff Rd., Cross Plains. nattrails@aol.com. 608-249-2421

Environment03/07/15 @ 9:00am
Ice Age Trail Alliance-Dane County Work Day
Restoration/trail clearing, 9 am, 3/7, Brooklyn State Wildlife Area (meet at Hwy. DD lot). djwallac@wisc.edu. 608-835-5144

Recreation03/07/15 @ 9:00am
Madison Gay Video Club
"The Deception" & "Heavy Load," 8 pm, 3/7, confidential location: www.mgvc.org. 608-244-8690

LGBT03/07/15 @ 8:00pm
Middleton Comprehensive Plan
Public input sought on update: 11:40 am, 2/24, Middleton High School (student engagement focus); 7 pm, 2/25, Kromrey Middle School; 6 pm, 3/2, Elm Lawn Elementary School; 3:30 pm, 3/4, Cocina Real (Spanish translation available); 9 am, 3/7, Middleton City Hall; 7 pm, 3/12, Sauk Trail Elementary School; 11:45 am, 3/18, Wisconsin Bank & Trust, 8420 Mineral Point Rd.; 7 pm, 3/18, VFW Post 821. 6608-821-8370

General Notices03/07/15
Pinewood Derby
Mohawk District Cub Scouts event (open to all), racing 10:30 am-1 pm, 3/7, Smart Toyota, plus educational stations beginning at 9 am. Specators free ($6 to race). www.glaciersedge.org/districts/mohawk-district-2

Kids Stuff03/07/15 @ 9:00am
Charity Jamboree
Benefit for National Multiple Sclerosis Society, UW Carbone Cancer Center & American Diabetes Association, 12:30 pm, 3/7, Brass Ring, Brink Lounge & High Noon Saloon, with music by 25+ local bands. $25 donation ($20 adv.). Schedule: www.charityjamboree.com

Music: More Music03/07/15
Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon
Gathering to increase representation of LBGTQ & female-identified editors on the web site, 1-5 pm, 3/7, 30 W. Mifflin St.-Sixth Floor. Bring laptop. 608-395-4956

Words03/07/15 @ 1:00pm
The Prairie Enthusiasts Volunteer Work Day
9 am-noon, 3/7, Rettenmund Prairie, Fesenfeld Road, Black Earth. 608-278-9308

Environment03/07/15 @ 9:00am
Ice Age Trail Alliance-Dane County Work Day
Savanna restoration, 9 am, 3/8, Lodi Marsh State Wildlife Area (Twin Pines lot). jonbishop@global.t-bird.edu. 608-441-9827

Environment03/08/15 @ 9:00am
UW Lakeshore Nature Preserve Work Day
1-3 pm, 3/8, meet at Frautschi Point parking lot. Canceled if precipitation/below 10 degrees. bscriver@fpm.wisc.edu. 608-220-5560

Environment03/08/15 @ 1:00pm
John Duggleby
Family concert, 2 pm, 3/8, St. Mary's Care Center. Free. 608-845-1000

Music: More Music03/08/15 @ 2:00pm
Polka Dance
With Don Peachey Band, 1:30 pm, 3/8, Ixonia Firemen's Hall. 920-261-0967

Out of Town03/08/15 @ 1:30pm
Draw Madison
Sketching group, 1 pm, 3/8, 3809 Mineral Point Rd. 608-221-9618

Arts Notices03/08/15 @ 1:00pm
Upper Sugar River Watershed Association
Annual meeting/open house, 12:30-3:30 pm, 3/8, Epic-Delphi Room, Verona, with screening of "The Price of Sand," discussion of frac sand mining with geologist Jay Zambito Free. www.usrwa.org. 608-437-7707

Environment03/08/15 @ 12:30pm
MACN Week
Madison Area Chefs Network participants mash-up of menus & kitchens, 3/9-15, various locations; concludes with a small plates dinner fundraiser for Second Harvest Foodbank, 5 pm, 3/15, Sardine ($75; isthmustickets.com). Info: macnweek.com

Special EventsDaily starting 03/09/15
RSVP for Alzheimer's Caregiver Workshop
Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin seminar, 8:30 am-noon, 3/13, Oak Park Place, with talk by radio host Lori La Bey. $30. RSVP by 3/9: alzwisc.org. 608-232-3400

Health03/09/15 @ 8:30am
UW Fashion Week
MODA magazine events: Couture & Cocktails social, 8 pm, 3/9, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art; Swap & Shop, 6:30-9 pm, 3/11, UW Union South; runway show, 8 pm, 3/13, Union South-Varsity Hall, with designs by students & area designers. Free. www.facebook.com/modamadison

Special Events03/09/15 @ 8:00pm
Be a Hero, Learn CPR
Free training for ages 12 & up, 6 pm, 3/9, Meriter Monona Clinic, 6408 Copps Ave. RSVP: www.meriter.com

Health03/09/15 @ 6:00pm
Birds of Lake Wisconsin
Talk by Mike Mossman (Wisconsin DNR), 6:30 pm, 3/9, Lodi Library. 608-843-3924

Environment03/09/15 @ 6:30pm
Social Security & Your Retirement
Free Summit Credit Union talk, 5 pm, 3/10, CUNA, 5810 Mineral Point Rd. RSVP: www.summitcreditunion.com. 800-236-5560 x4012

Special Interests03/10/15 @ 5:00pm
UW Fashion Week
MODA magazine events: Couture & Cocktails social, 8 pm, 3/9, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art; Swap & Shop, 6:30-9 pm, 3/11, UW Union South; runway show, 8 pm, 3/13, Union South-Varsity Hall, with designs by students & area designers. Free. www.facebook.com/modamadison

Special Events03/11/15 @ 8:00pm
Contemporary Issues in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
UW Students for Justice in Palestine lecture by Norman Finkelstein, 7 pm, 3/12, Educational Sciences Building-Room 204. 608-317-7071

Politics03/12/15 @ 7:00pm
American Red Cross Blood Drives
10 am-3 pm, 3/12, UW Red Gym; 1-6 pm, 3/12, Province Hill Apartments; 10 am-3 pm, 3/13 UW Union South; 7-11 am, 3/14, St. John's Lutheran Church, Oregon. RSVP: redcrossblood.org. 800-733-2767

HealthDaily starting 03/12/15
WIAA State High School Girls Basketball Tournament
3/12-14, Resch Center, Green Bay. $10/session. 715-344-8580

SportsDaily starting 03/12/15
Buying a Home as a Veteran
Free seminar designed for military veterans, 6 pm, 3/12, Dryhooch, 106 Williamson St.-Suite 2. 608-729-4058

Special Interests03/12/15 @ 6:00pm
Mark Pocan Town Hall Meeting
Southwest Wisconsin Area Progressives event, 7 pm, 3/12, Mount Horeb Community Center. 608-845-7312

Government03/12/15 @ 7:00pm
Middleton Comprehensive Plan
Public input sought on update: 11:40 am, 2/24, Middleton High School (student engagement focus); 7 pm, 2/25, Kromrey Middle School; 6 pm, 3/2, Elm Lawn Elementary School; 3:30 pm, 3/4, Cocina Real (Spanish translation available); 9 am, 3/7, Middleton City Hall; 7 pm, 3/12, Sauk Trail Elementary School; 11:45 am, 3/18, Wisconsin Bank & Trust, 8420 Mineral Point Rd.; 7 pm, 3/18, VFW Post 821. 6608-821-8370

General Notices03/12/15
Madison Public Schools
No school, 3/13. 608-663-1879

Families03/13/15
UW Fashion Week
MODA magazine events: Couture & Cocktails social, 8 pm, 3/9, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art; Swap & Shop, 6:30-9 pm, 3/11, UW Union South; runway show, 8 pm, 3/13, Union South-Varsity Hall, with designs by students & area designers. Free. www.facebook.com/modamadison

Special Events03/13/15 @ 8:00pm
Understanding Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia & Memory Loss
Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance workshop, 8:30 am-noon, 3/13, Oak Park Place, with keynote by Lori La Bey. $30. RSVP: www.alzwisc.org. 608-232-3400

Health03/13/15
Ice Age Trail Alliance-Dane County Work Day
Brush clearing, 9 am, 3/14, Cross Plains Ice Age National Scientific Reserve, 8107 Old Sauk Pass Rd. nattrails@aol.com. 608-249-2421

Environment03/14/15 @ 9:00am
Cycle for Sight
Indoor stationary bike ride benefit for UW McPherson Eye Research Institute, 8 am-noon, 3/14, UW SERF, UW Natatorium & Princeton Club-West. $10 (pledges also encouraged). RSVP: cycleforsight.wisc.edu. 608-265-0690

Recreation03/14/15 @ 8:00am
Green Whimsy Consignment Sale
Scrapbooking/craft supplies, 10 am-3 pm, 3/14-15, Comfort Inn & Suites, DeForest. Free admission. 608-620-5205

Special InterestsDaily starting 03/14/15 @ 10:00am
Men Who Cook
Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority's annual scholarship fundraiser, with audience voting on dishes cooked by local male celebrities, 3 pm, 3/14, CUNA Mutual Conference Center. $25 ($5 ages 10 & under). www.kappa-psi-omega-chapter-alpha-kappa-alpha-sorority.com

Special Events03/14/15 @ 3:00pm
Speechcraft for Leaders & Speakers
Eastside Toastmasters Club series, 9 am Saturdays, 3/14-4/25, Bruker AXS Inc., Fitchburg. $20. RSVP: 1366.toastmastersclubs.org. 608-276-3096

Special Interests03/14/15
Jon Langford
House concert & art exhibit, 5 pm, 3/15, 1326 MacArthur Rd. $15 donation. RSVP: righteousmusicmgmt@gmail.com. 608-358-9453

Music: More Music03/15/15 @ 5:00pm
Shamrock Shuffle
Annual 5K/10K run & 2-mile walk to benefit Boys & Girls Club of Dane County, 10 am, 3/15, from State Street (late registration 10 am-4 pm, 3/14, Orpheum; no day-of registration); post race party at State Street Brats. $35. shamrock-shuffle.squarespace.com

Recreation03/15/15
A 'do for DAIS
Participating salons contribute to Domestic Abuse Intervention Services emergency shelter, 3/15-21; for locations: abuseintervention.org. 608-338-1045

Good WorksDaily starting 03/15/15
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, 3/16 & 23. 608-663-1879

Families03/16/15
Wisconsin Green Building Alliance Tour
3:30 pm, 3/16, Lake Mills Elementary School. $20. RSVP: wgba.shuttlepod.org. 414-224-9422

Environment03/16/15 @ 3:30pm
Middleton Comprehensive Plan
Public input sought on update: 11:40 am, 2/24, Middleton High School (student engagement focus); 7 pm, 2/25, Kromrey Middle School; 6 pm, 3/2, Elm Lawn Elementary School; 3:30 pm, 3/4, Cocina Real (Spanish translation available); 9 am, 3/7, Middleton City Hall; 7 pm, 3/12, Sauk Trail Elementary School; 11:45 am, 3/18, Wisconsin Bank & Trust, 8420 Mineral Point Rd.; 7 pm, 3/18, VFW Post 821. 6608-821-8370

General Notices03/18/15
Madison Public Schools
Early release elementary schools, no afternoon early childhood/4K, 3/19. 608-663-1879

Families03/19/15
Unlock the Dream
Informational tour, 5:30 pm, 3/19, Habitat for Humanity, 1014 Fiedler Ln. #29. RVSP: www.habitatdane.org. 608-255-1549

General Notices03/19/15 @ 5:30pm
World Records/Vernaculars of the Global Midwest: Buildings & Landscapes, Languages, Music & Song
UW Mayrent Institute conference, 3/19-20, UW Education Bldg.-Room 159; also, "Global Sounds & Jack Pine Savages: World Music Wisconsin-Style" plenary lecture by James Leary, 7:30 pm, 3/19, University Club; and concert, 7 pm, 3/20, University Club. Free. RSVP: mayrentinstitute.wisc.edu. 608-890-4818

WordsDaily starting 03/19/15
Latino Chamber of Commerce Networking
All welcome, 6-8 pm, 3/19, Russ Darrow Kia. RSVP: lccmadison.org. 608-712-3522

Special Interests03/19/15 @ 6:00pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court Forum
Southwest Wisconsin Area Progressives event with attorney Katherine Polich & Wisconsin Democracy Campaign founder Mike McCabe, 7 pm, 3/19, Mount Horeb Community Center. 608-845-7312

Politics03/19/15 @ 7:00pm
Creating Child-Friendly Outdoor Spaces
Talk, 5:30 pm, 3/19, Woodland Montessori School. $5. RSVP: kknutson@woodland-montessori.org. 608-256-8076

Families03/19/15 @ 5:30pm
Madison Gay Video Club
"4 Moons" & "Dirty Blonds," 8 pm, 3/20, confidential location: www.mgvc.org. 608-244-8690

LGBT03/20/15 @ 8:00pm
Honoring George Crumb at 85
UW School of Music concerts honoring the composer: Lakeshore Rush, 7:30 pm, 3/20, Old Music Hall (free); Contemporary Chamber Ensemble with Clocks in Motion, 7:30 pm, 3/21, Old Music Hall (free); Miranda Cuckson & Nunc, 7:30 pm, 3/22, Humanities Building-Mills Hall ($20); Due East, 8 pm, 3/23, Humanities-Morphy Hall ($10). www.music.wisc.edu. 608-265-2787

Music: More MusicDaily starting 03/20/15
Green Whimsy Consignment Sale
Scrapbooking/stamping/craft/sewing supplies, 10 am-3 pm, 3/21-22, Candlewood Suites, Fitchburg. Free admission. 608-620-5205

Special InterestsDaily starting 03/21/15
UW Arboretum Volunteer Work Day
9 am-noon, 3/21, meet at Grady Tract parking lot. Canceled if precipitation/below 10 degrees. 608-265-5214

Environment03/21/15 @ 9:00am
GirlBOTS: Intro to Lego Robotics
Program designed for girls grades 4-8, 1-4 pm, 3/21, BadgerBOTS Robotics Education Center, Middleton. $12. RSVP: www.badgerbots.org. 608-831-6479

Kids Stuff03/21/15 @ 1:00pm
Madison Audubon Field Trip
"Owl prowl," 6:30 pm, 3/21, Picnic Point (meet at UW Lot 129). carolyn.byers@madisonaudubon.org. 716-390-1554

Environment03/21/15 @ 6:30pm
UW Lakeshore Nature Preserve Work Day
9 am-noon, 3/21, meet at Picnic Point entrance (lot 129). Canceled if precipitation/below 10 degrees. bscriver@fpm.wisc.edu. 608-220-5560

Environment03/21/15 @ 9:00am
Friends of the UW Lakeshore Nature Preserve
Bird/nature walk, 1:30 pm, 3/22, from 3016 Lake Mendota Dr. 608-698-0104

Environment03/22/15 @ 1:30pm
Sun Prairie City Council & Mayoral Candidates Forum
Sun Prairie Action Resource Coalition event, 2:30 pm, 3/22, Westside Community Service Building, Sun Prairie. www.sunprairieaction.org. 608-825-2518

Politics03/22/15 @ 2:30pm
Milwaukee Guitar Quartet
4 pm, 3/22, Hawks Inn Visitor Center, Delafield. $10. 262-337-1560

Out of Town03/22/15 @ 4:00pm
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, 3/16 & 23. 608-663-1879

Families03/23/15
Spring Tech Kickoff
Forward Festival networking event, 3/25, 111 N. Fairchild St.-2nd floor. Free. RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/e/2015-madison-spring-tech-kickoff-tickets-15882172004

Special Interests03/25/15 @ 5:00pm
Green Whimsy Consignment Sale
Baby/kids' items, 10 am-7 pm on 3/27 and 10 am-3 pm, 3/28, Ambers Resort & Conference Center, Wisconsin Dells. Free admission. 608-620-5205

Special InterestsDaily starting 03/27/15
Harlem Renaissance Museum Grand Opening
7 pm, 3/28, 1444 E. Washington Ave., with "Harlem in the Heartland" art exhibit. music, speakers & readings. Free. 608-239-0921

Special Events03/28/15 @ 7:00pm
Madison Public Schools
No school, 3/30-4/6. 608-663-1879

FamiliesDaily starting 03/30/15
Madison Area Music Awards Voting
Final round, 3/30-5/29. $5 membership fee. themamas.org

Music: More MusicDaily starting 03/30/15
Opera 101
With Skylight Music Theatre, 7:30 pm, 4/2, Hotel Foster, Milwaukee. Free. 414-291-7800

Out of Town04/02/15 @ 7:30pm
Brennen Leigh & Noel McKay, Evan Murdock
House concert, 9 pm, 4/3, 1326 MacArthur Rd. $10 donation. RSVP: righteousmusicmgmt@gmail.com. 608-358-9453

Music: More Music04/03/15 @ 9:00pm
Beginner Milonga
Open dance, 8:30-10 pm, 4/3, Tango House of Madison, 516 Orchard St. Donations (free lesson 7:30 pm). 608-332-9113

Dancing04/03/15
Ice Age Trail Alliance-Dane County Chapter Hike
Full moon, 7 pm, 4/4, Brooklyn State Wildlife Area (meet at main lot). ahelsley@wisc.edu. 608-231-3479

Environment04/04/15 @ 7:00pm
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 4/5, Cherokee Marsh-North unit. 608-698-0104

Environment04/05/15 @ 1:30pm
Spring Election
Voters go to the polls between 7 am-8 pm, 4/7. For polling places/ballot info: www.cityofmadison.com/clerk or www.countyofdane.com/clerk. 608-266-4601

Government04/07/15 @ 7:00am
Wisconsin Film Festival
Annual event, 4/9-16, at Chazen Museum of Art, Overture Center, Sundance Cinemas 608 and UW Cinematheque, Elvehjem Bldg. & Union South. www.wifilmfest.org. 608-262-9009

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 04/09/15
String Gathering
Annual traditional music jam festival, 4/10-11, Clarion Convention Center, Baraboo. Free. Schedule: stringgathering.org

Music: More MusicDaily starting 04/10/15
Sam Baker, Gerald Dowd
House concert, 9 pm, 4/10, 1326 MacArthur Rd. $15 donation. RSVP: righteousmusicmgmt@gmail.com. 608-358-9453

Music: More Music04/10/15 @ 9:00pm
Earth Day Herb Walk
With herbalist Kathleen Wildwood, 2 pm, 4/11, UW Arboretum; meet at corner of Monroe Street & Arbor Drive. Free. RSVP: kathleen@wildwoodinstitute.com. 608-663-9608

Environment04/11/15 @ 2:00pm
UW Lakeshore Nature Preserve Work Day
9 am-noon, 4/11, meet at Picnic Point entrance (lot 129). Canceled if precipitation. bscriver@fpm.wisc.edu. 608-220-5560

Environment04/11/15 @ 9:00am
Habitat for Humanity Informational Meeting
For prospective Dane County homeowner applicants: 1 pm on 4/12 or 6 pm, 4/15, Clarion Suites. www.habitatdane.org. 608-255-1549

General Notices04/12/15
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 4/13-5/18. 608-663-1879

FamiliesMondays
Habitat for Humanity Informational Meeting
For prospective Dane County homeowner applicants: 1 pm on 4/12 or 6 pm, 4/15, Clarion Suites. www.habitatdane.org. 608-255-1549

General Notices04/15/15
Madison Public Schools
Early release elementary schools, no afternoon early childhood/4K, 4/17. 608-663-1879

Families04/17/15
Madison Audubon Field Trip
Birding with Friends of Cherokee Marsh, 6:30 pm, 4/11=7, Cherokee Marsh North Unit, 6098 N. Sherman Ave. 608-277-7959

Environment04/17/15 @ 6:30pm
Dave McGraw & Mandy Fer
House concert, 7:30 pm, 4/17, 451 N. Few St. $18 ($15 ages under 18). RSVP: annedave@chorus.net

Music: More Music04/17/15 @ 7:30pm
Madison Audubon Field Trip
Beginning birding, 6:30 pm, 4/18, Picnic Point (meet at UW Lot 129). carolyn.byers@madisonaudubon.org. 716-390-1554

Environment04/18/15 @ 6:30pm
Kenilworth Building Open Studios
Art school open house of 100+ artists, 11 am-2 pm, 4/18, UW-Milwaukee, with performances, demos, film screenings. Schedule: uwm.edu/kos. 414-229-6688

Out of Town04/18/15 @ 11:00am
Early Music Now
"Music for Canterbury Cathedral," by Blue Heron, 5 pm, 4/18, St. Joseph Center Chapel, Milwaukee. $44-$28. 414-225-3113

Out of Town04/18/15
Musica Maxima
David Newman & Zephyr, 3 pm, 4/19, First Congregational Church, Beloit. Free/donations. 608-362-4821

Music: More Music04/19/15 @ 3:00pm
UW Lakeshore Nature Preserve Work Day
9 am-noon, 4/19, meet at Picnic Point entrance (lot 129). Canceled if precipitation. bscriver@fpm.wisc.edu. 608-220-5560

Environment04/19/15 @ 9:00am
Mount Horeb Village Wide Garage Sales
4/25-26. 437-5914

Special InterestsDaily starting 04/24/15
Free Document Shredding
For individuals, up to three bags/50 pounds, 8:30-11 am, 4/25, SVA, 1221 John Q Hammons Dr.; or WISC-TV, 7025 Raymond Rd. www.bbb.org/wisconsin/shredfest

General Notices04/25/15
Musica Maxima
Ian Nie & Turtle Creek Chamber Orchestra, 3 pm, 4/26, First Congregational Church, Beloit. Free/donations. 608-362-4821

Music: More Music04/26/15 @ 3:00pm
May Day in Madison
Annual rally for labor rights, immigration reform & fair treatment for all, gather 3:30 pm, 5/1, Brittingham Park, for march to rally at Capitol. 866-476-0884

Politics05/01/15 @ 3:30pm
Beginner Milonga
Open dance, 8:30-10 pm, 5/1, Tango House of Madison, 516 Orchard St. Donations (free lesson 7:30 pm). 608-332-9113

Dancing05/01/15
Madison Audubon Field Trip
Waterfowl, 6:30 pm, 5/1, Nine Springs E-Way, 1917 Moorland Rd. pfissel@wisc.edu. 608-226-0260

Environment05/01/15 @ 6:30pm
MadCity Bazaar
Artisans, vintage items, food carts, 10 am-4 pm, 5-2/3, East Washington Avenue at First Street. www.madcitybazaar.com

Special InterestsDaily starting 05/02/15 @ 10:00am
UW Lakeshore Nature Preserve Work Day
9 am-noon, 5/2, meet at Picnic Point entrance (lot 129). Canceled if precipitation. bscriver@fpm.wisc.edu. 608-220-5560

Environment05/02/15 @ 9:00am
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 5/3, Cherokee Marsh-North unit. 608-698-0104

Environment05/03/15 @ 1:30pm
Marquette-Atwood Neighborhood Art Walk
Annual self-guided tour of artists' studios, 11 am-5 pm, 5/3; maps at www.facebook.com/marquetteartwalk. Free. 608-286-1776

Art05/03/15 @ 11:00am
Leo & Anto
House concert, 8 pm, 5/7, 1326 MacArthur Rd. $25 donation. RSVP: righteousmusicmgmt@gmail.com. 608-358-9453

Music: More Music05/07/15 @ 8:00pm
Mount Horeb MixPo
Local business expo, 5-7:30 pm, 5/7, Mount Horeb Fire Station. Free admission. 608-437-5914

Special Interests05/07/15
Opera 101
With Skylight Music Theatre, 7:30 pm, 5/7, Hotel Foster, Milwaukee. Free. 414-291-7800

Out of Town05/07/15 @ 7:30pm
Madison Audubon Field Trip
Birding, 6:30 am, 5/9, Governor's Island (meet at end of Cinder Lane). theluckiest2775@gmail.com. 608-215-9732

Environment05/09/15 @ 6:30am
UW Lakeshore Nature Preserve Work Day
9 am-noon, 5/9, meet at Picnic Point entrance (lot 129). Canceled if precipitation. bscriver@fpm.wisc.edu. 608-220-5560

Environment05/09/15 @ 9:00am
Early Music Now
"Celebrating the Clarinet" with Eric Hoeprich, Tanya Tomkins, Eric Zivian, 7:30 pm, 5/9, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Milwaukee. $44-$28. 414-225-3113

Out of Town05/09/15 @ 7:30pm
Sierra Club Evening Hike
6:30 pm, 5/12, Ice Age Junction (meet at Hwy. PD south side parking lot). www.4lakes.org

Environment05/12/15 @ 6:30pm
UW Spring Commencement
Doctoral & professional degrees, 5:30 pm, 5/15, Kohl Center; all bachelor's & master's degrees, noon, 5/16, Camp Randall, with address by Katie Couric on Saturday. commencement.wisc.edu. 608-263-2400

General NoticesDaily starting 05/15/15
MadCity Bazaar
Artisans, vintage items, food carts, 10 am-4 pm, 5-16-17, East Washington Avenue at First Street. www.madcitybazaar.com

Special InterestsDaily starting 05/16/15 @ 10:00am
Madison Public Schools
No school, 5/25. 608-663-1879

Families05/25/15
Holiday Refuse/Recycling Collection
No pickup on Memorial Day, 5/25; pickup will be on Tuesday, 5/26. www.cityofmadison.com/streets. East: 608-246-4532. West: 608-266-4681

General Notices05/25/15
Opera 101
With Skylight Music Theatre, 7:30 pm, 6/4, Hotel Foster, Milwaukee. Free. 414-291-7800

Out of Town06/04/15 @ 7:30pm
Beginner Milonga
Open dance, 8:30-10 pm, 6/5, Tango House of Madison, 516 Orchard St. Donations (free lesson 7:30 pm). 608-332-9113

Dancing06/05/15
Taste of the Dells
Annual event with samples from 20+ restaurants, 9 am-7 pm on 6/6 and 9 am-3 pm, 6/7, downtown Wisconsin Dells, with arts & crafts, entertainment, book sale, car shows. tasteofthedells.com. 608-254-2992

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 06/06/15 @ 9:00am
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 6/7, Cherokee Marsh-North unit. 608-698-0104

Environment06/07/15 @ 1:30pm
Madison Public Schools
Last day of school for early childhood/4K, 6/10; Last day of school, early release all others, 6/11. 608-663-1879

FamiliesDaily starting 06/10/15
MREA Energy Fair
Annual Midwest Renewable Energy Association event, 6/19-21, Renew the Earth Institute, Custer, with workshops, exhibitors, clean energy car show, speakers. $15/day ($35/weekend). www.midwestrenew.org. 715-592-6595

EnvironmentDaily starting 06/19/15
Horribly Hilly Hundreds
Friends of Blue Mound State Park benefit 200, 150 & 100-kilometer bicycle courses, routes beginning 6:45 am, 6/20, from Division Street & Mounds Road, Blue Mounds (packet pick-up 4-9 pm on 6/13, Evangelical Lutheran Church, Mount Horeb; or 5-8 am, 6/14), followed by party with food/refreshments 11 am-7 pm. $90. www.horriblyhilly.com. 608-316-5755

Recreation06/20/15
Madison Audubon Field Trip
Walk with Southern Wisconsin Butterfly Association & Friends of Cherokee Marsh, 10 am, 6/27, Cherokee Marsh North Unit, 6098 N. Sherman Ave. karlndot@charter.net

Environment06/27/15 @ 10:00am
Beginner Milonga
Open dance, 8:30-10 pm, 7/3, Tango House of Madison, 516 Orchard St. Donations (free lesson 7:30 pm). 608-332-9113

Dancing07/03/15
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 7/5, Cherokee Marsh-North unit. 608-698-0104

Environment07/05/15 @ 1:30pm
Iola Old Car Show
"Pace & Race" theme, 6 am, 7/9-11, Old Car Show Grounds, with vehicle exhibits, education tent, car corral, food, camping, workshops. $8/day ($15/weekend; free ages 10 & under). www.iolaoldcarshow.com. 715-445-4000

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 07/09/15
American Girl Benefit Sale
Dolls, books & overstock merchandise (benefiting AG Fund for Children & Madison Children's Museum), 7 am-3 pm on 7/18 ($8) and 8-9 am ($15) & 9 am-noon (free), 7/19, 8830 N. Greenview Dr., Middleton. Ticket required: www.madisonchildrensmuseum.org. 608-256-6445

Special InterestsDaily starting 07/18/15
Scenic Shore 150
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society benefit two-day bike ride, begins 7:30 am, 7/18, Milwaukee Area Technical College-Mequon, and ends 6 pm, 7/19, Sturgeon Bay. $100 (plus $400 fundraising minimum). RSVP: www.scenicshore150.org. 262-785-4272

Recreation07/18/15
Wisconsin AIDS Ride (ACT 13)
AIDS Network's annual fundraiser ride of about 300 miles, 7/30-8/2 across south central Wisconsin; Century Day option 8/1; 2-day option 8/1-2. $80 registration (plus fundraising minimum). RSVP: www.actride.org. 608-252-6540

RecreationDaily starting 07/30/15
Bike MS: Best Dam Bike Ride
National Multiple Sclerosis Society fundraiser, 7:30 am, 8/1, from Waukesha County Tech-Pewaukee Campus; overnight in Whitewater; and finishes 8/2, WPS Insurance Headquarters. $55 ($45 through 5/31; plus minimum $300 pledges; one-day option available). RSVP: www.bestdambikeride.org. 800-242-3358

Recreation08/01/15
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 8/2, Cherokee Marsh-North unit. 608-698-0104

Environment08/02/15 @ 1:30pm
Beginner Milonga
Open dance, 8:30-10 pm, 8/7, Tango House of Madison, 516 Orchard St. Donations (free lesson 7:30 pm). 608-332-9113

Dancing08/07/15
Iola Vintage Military & Tractor Show
Annual event, 8 am, 8/8-9, Iola Old Car Show grounds, with vehicles, equipment, battle re-enactments, parade, talks, swap meet & more. $6/day ($4 ages 6-12). www.iolavms.com. 715-445-4005

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 08/08/15
Beginner Milonga
Open dance, 8:30-10 pm, 9/4, Tango House of Madison, 516 Orchard St. Donations (free lesson 7:30 pm). 608-332-9113

Dancing09/04/15
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 9/6, Cherokee Marsh-North unit. 608-698-0104

Environment09/06/15 @ 1:30pm
Holiday Refuse/Recycling Collection
No pickup on Labor Day, 9/7; pickup will be on Tuesday, 9/8. www.cityofmadison.com/streets. East: 608-246-4532. West: 608-266-4681

General Notices09/07/15
Beginner Milonga
Open dance, 8:30-10 pm, 10/2, Tango House of Madison, 516 Orchard St. Donations (free lesson 7:30 pm). 608-332-9113

Dancing10/02/15
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 10/4, Cherokee Marsh-North unit. 608-698-0104

Environment10/04/15 @ 1:30pm
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 11/1, Cherokee Marsh-North unit. 608-698-0104

Environment11/01/15 @ 1:30pm
Beginner Milonga
Open dance, 8:30-10 pm, 11/6, Tango House of Madison, 516 Orchard St. Donations (free lesson 7:30 pm). 608-332-9113

Dancing11/06/15
Madison Common Council
Budget meetings, 5:30 pm, 11/10, City-County Building-Room 201; 5:30 pm, 11/11-12, Madison Municipal Building-Room 260 (if needed). 608-266-4071

GovernmentDaily starting 11/10/15 @ 5:30pm
Holiday Refuse/Recycling Collection
No pickup on Thanksgiving, 11/26 (pickup on Wednesday, 11/25) or Friday, 11/27 (pickup on Monday, 11/30). www.cityofmadison.com/streets. East: 608-246-4532. West: 608-266-4681

General Notices11/26/15
Beginner Milonga
Open dance, 8:30-10 pm, 12/4, Tango House of Madison, 516 Orchard St. Donations (free lesson 7:30 pm). 608-332-9113

Dancing12/04/15
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 12/6, Cherokee Marsh-North unit. 608-698-0104

Environment12/06/15 @ 1:30pm
Holiday Refuse/Recycling Collection
No pickup on Christmas Day, 12/25; pickup will be on Monday, 12/28. www.cityofmadison.com/streets. East: 608-246-4532. West: 608-266-4681

General Notices12/25/15
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