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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
SMART Recovery
(Self-Management & Recovery Training), free support for abstinence from addictive behaviors: 7 pm Thursdays, New Self-Renewal Center; 7 pm Fridays, McGovern Center; 5 pm Tuesdays, Porchlight, and 7 pm Wednesdays, Wil-Mar Center. www.madisonsmartrecovery.com. 608-520-0458

Support GroupsThursdays @ 7:00pm
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
League Trivia
Free contests daily at area venues: www.americaspubquiz.com

Special InterestsDaily starting 10/30/13
Madison Area Overeaters Anonymous
Meetings daily; for updated schedule: www.region5oa.org. 608-663-8823

Support GroupsDaily starting 12/06/13
Respite Through Writing
NAMI-Dane County invites submission of writings about mental illness & recovery for online storytelling project: respitethroughwriting@gmail.com. 608-249-7188

Arts NoticesDaily starting 12/09/13
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
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. 608-266-9129

General NoticesDaily starting 01/01/14
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 01/01/14
Job Search Support Group
Free meeting for unemployed professionals, 10 am-noon Tuesdays, 21 N. Park St. 608-263-6960

Special InterestsTuesdays @ 10:00am
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
Dane County Farmers' Market
6 am-2 pm Saturdays, Capitol Square; and 8:30 am-2 pm Wednesdays, Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 608-455-1999

MarketsGardensWednesdays @ 8:30am
Hybrid
Photographs by Thomas Ferrella with poems by Wisconsin writers, 5/5-11/3, in Green Cabs (reception 5-10 pm, 5/2, Winnebago Studios). 608-334-7275

ArtDaily starting 05/02/14
Oregon Farmers' Market
2-6 pm Tuesdays, Dorn True Value. 608-873-9443

MarketsGardensTuesdays @ 2:00pm
Sun Prairie Farmers' Market
2:30-6 pm Tuesdays, 956 W. Main St. 608-345-7556

MarketsGardensTuesdays @ 2:30pm
Evansville Farmers' Market
9 am-1 pm Saturdays, 102 Maple St. 608-882-9032

MarketsGardensSaturdays @ 9:00am
Sports for Active Seniors
Yearly membership includes hundreds of seasonal activities: sportsforactiveseniors.org. 608-244-5582

SeniorsDaily starting 05/19/14
Home Chore Volunteer Program
Help older adults of modest means remain at home by assisting with household chores or outdoor tasks like yard work. lsherrington@nescoinc.org. 608-243-5252

Good WorksDaily starting 05/21/14
Lodi Valley Farmers' Market
2-6 pm Fridays, Village Green. 608-643-8017

MarketsGardensFridays @ 2:00pm
Capitol View Farmers' Market
3-7 pm Wednesdays, at Sharpsburg & North Star Drives (off Cottage Grove Road). 608-218-4732

MarketsGardensWednesdays @ 3:00pm
Carolyn Knorr
"Little Jewels," photographs, 6/18-9/27, The Premiere of Windsor, Windsor. 608-846-5890

ArtDaily starting 06/18/14
South Madison Farmers' Market
2-6 pm Fridays, Villager Mall; 11 am-3 pm Sundays and 2-6 pm Tuesdays, Madison Labor Temple; 2-6 pm Mondays, 2524 Rimrock Rd.; 3-7 pm Wednesdays, Gilbert Road. 608-358-5834

MarketsGardensMondays @ 2:00pm
Call for Rustic Roads Photos
Wisconsin Department of Transportation invites photo submissions in six categories through 1/15. Info: dot.wisconsin.gov/travel/scenic/contest.htm. 608-266-0649

Arts NoticesDaily starting 06/23/14
South Madison Farmers' Market
2-6 pm Fridays, Villager Mall; 11 am-3 pm Sundays and 2-6 pm Tuesdays, Madison Labor Temple; 2-6 pm Mondays, 2524 Rimrock Rd.; 3-7 pm Wednesdays, Gilbert Road. 608-358-5834

MarketsGardensWednesdays @ 3:00pm
Dane Arts Call for Artists
Submissions for 2015 art poster/2016 art calendar with "The Shining Lights" theme invited through 9/16. $25 entry. Info: www.danearts.com. 608-266-5915

Arts NoticesDaily starting 06/27/14
Taste of Wisconsin Local Food Student Art Contest
REAP Food Group invites submissions from grades K-12 through 9/10. Info: www.reapfoodgroup.org. 608-310-7836

Arts NoticesDaily starting 07/11/14
Wetlands Awards
Wisconsin Wetlands Association invites nominations of individuals & groups advancing protection, restoration & enjoyment of ecosystems, through 9/5. www.wisconsinwetlands.org. 608-250-9971

EnvironmentDaily starting 07/23/14
Theater Bus
Invites reservations for: "Kiss Me, Kate," 8/24, Wisconsin Union Theater (show only; departs 12:30-1:15 pm, $54, RSVP by 8/8); "Fishwrap," 9/7, Al. Ringling Theatre, Baraboo (departs 10:30-11:15 am, $64, RSVP by 8/19); "The Last Five Years," 9/21, Janesville Performing Arts Center (departs 9:45-10:30 am, $68, RSVP by 8/25); "The Mousetrap," 9/13, Sunset Playhouse, Elm Grove (departs 10-10:45 am, $70, RSVP by 8/31); East Troy Electric Railroad ride, 9/28 (departs 9-9:45 am, $82, RSVP by 9/10); Hunter Fuerste & his American Vintage Orchestra, 10/11, Grand Opera Theatre, Dubuque (departs 9:15-10 am, $76, RSVP by 9/11); Radio Rosies, 10/5, Waukesha Civic Theatre (departs 10-10:45 am, $71, RSVP by 9/20); Franc D'Ambrosio, 10/15, Sharon Lynn Wilson Center, Brookfield (departs 9:15-10 am, $72, RSVP by 9/30); Cruise, 10/21, Upper Wisconsin Dells (departs 9:15-10 am, $74, RSVP by 10/14). RSVP: theaterbus@tds.net. 608-257-0003

SeniorsDaily starting 07/25/14
Mondays Around Monona
We Are All Mechanics bike ride, 6 pm Mondays, 8/4-9/29, from Capital City Trail at South Fair Oaks Avenue. Free. www.weareallmechanics.com

RecreationMondays @ 6:00pm
Wisconsin Women's Rugby
Invites new players 18+ to practice, 5:45 pm, Mondays & Wednesdays, 8/11-10/22, Rugby Sports Complex, Cottage Grove. No experience required. 262-719-4617

RecreationMondays @ 5:45pm
Wisconsin Women's Rugby
Invites new players 18+ to practice, 5:45 pm, Mondays & Wednesdays, 8/11-10/22, Rugby Sports Complex, Cottage Grove. No experience required. 262-719-4617

RecreationWednesdays @ 5:45pm
The Great War Centennial Project
World War I discussion group, 7 pm Tuesdays, Central Library. 608-212-6284

Special InterestsTuesdays @ 7:00pm
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
Madison Jazz Society Education Grants
Available for public/private school programs. Deadline: 10/10. Forms/info: www.madisonjazz.com. 608-850-5400

Arts NoticesDaily starting 08/25/14
Artful Women Call for Artists
Applications due 9/24 for annual November show/sale to benefit Wisconsin Women's Network & UW Hospital Art Fund. $20/$15 entry fee. Guidelines: info@wiwomensnetwork.org. 608-255-9809

Arts NoticesDaily starting 08/26/14
American Red Cross Blood Drives
10 am-3 pm, 8/28, UW Educational Sciences Bldg.; noon-5 pm, 8/29, First Presbyterian Church, Waunakee; 1-6 pm, 8/29, Life Church, Mount Horeb; 7-11 am, 8/30, St. John's Lutheran Church, Oregon; 9:30 am-2:30 pm, 9/2-3, State Capitol; 9:30 am-3:30 pm on 9/2 and 1:30-5:30 pm, 9/3, UW Union South. RSVP: redcrossblood.org. 800-733-2767

HealthDaily starting 08/28/14
Madison Metro Bus Notes
On 9/1: Routes 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 13, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22, 30, 32, 36, 40, 50, 51, 59, 63, 67 & 68 follow holiday schedules; all standing paratransit rides canceled. 8/6-9/3: Buses detour from the Mifflin/Carroll corner of the Square from 3 pm to end of service Wednesdays. Farmers' market detours: Buses follow Capitol Loop Detour Saturdays until 3:10 pm; Routes 1, 11 & 19 detour from Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. until 2 pm. Ongoing detours: Routes 70-71 detour from Terrace Avenue. Route 39 detours from Helgesen Street; Route 56 detours from Gilbert Road; Route 78 detours from Terrace Avenue; Routes 5, 10, 27, 56 & 57 detour from North Street; Routes 70 & 72 detour from Branch Street; Route 19 detours to Breese Terrace & Monroe Street; Eastbound routes 2, 5, 10, 27 (AM) & 28 (PM) will detour from Johnson Street; Route 38 detours from Oakridge Avenue (to Atwood). Route detour maps/updated bus schedules at www.cityofmadison.com/metro. 608-266-4466

General NoticesDaily starting 08/28/14
South Madison Coalition of the Elderly
Note: Closed 9/1. 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

SeniorsMondays
Literacy Network Volunteers
English as a Second Language tutors sought; orientation/training sessions begin 10/2. Info: www.litnetwork.org. 608-244-3911

Good WorksDaily starting 09/01/14
Madison Public Schools
First day of school for grades K-6 & 9 and early release for K-5, 9/2; first day of school for grades 7 & 10-12, 9/3; first day of school for early childhood & afternoon 4K, 9/4. 608-663-1879

FamiliesDaily starting 09/02/14
50 Haircuts in 50 States in 50 Days
Trims by Patrick Lomantini benefit Dane County Humane Society, 9 am-7 pm, 9/2, Ego Salon. Donations. RSVP: 608-838-0413 ext, 118

Good Works09/02/14 @ 9:00am
RSVP for An Evening with the Stars
National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter fundraiser, 6-8:30 pm, 9/3, Sonic Foundry, 222 W. Washington Ave., with speakers, music by Fringe Field, silent auction, food & drinks. $75. RSVP extended: jordan.barclay@nmss.org. 262-369-4404

Special Events09/02/14
Walk with a Doc
With talk on heartburn treatment options, 6 pm, 9/2, Door Creek Park, 7035 Littlemore Dr. 608-266-4711

Health09/02/14 @ 6:00pm
Richland County Fair
Annual event, 9/3-7, Richland County Fairgrounds, Richland Center. $5/day. fair.co.richland.wi.us. 608-647-6859

Out of TownDaily starting 09/03/14
Darren Sterud Orchestra with Jimmy Voegeli, Foundry Jazz Ensemble
Jazz at Five series, 4:15 pm, 9/3, State Street's 100 block. Free. www.jazzatfive.org

Music: More Music09/03/14 @ 4:15pmPick
Sports for Active Seniors Biking
Lake Monona ride, 9 am, 9/3, UW Arboretum Visitor Center (or 9:30 am, Olin Park; 608-288-8349)

Seniors09/03/14
Sierra Club Evening Hike
With Ice Age Trail-Dane County, 6:30 pm, 9/4, Ice Age Junction (meet at Hwy. PD south side parking lot). kmulb@charter.net. 608-256-0565

Environment09/04/14 @ 6:30pm
Community Corral
Meet & greet with Madison Police Mounted Patrol officers & horses, 5-6 pm, 9/4, Veterans Memorial Park. www.madisonmounted.org

General Notices09/04/14 @ 5:00pm
American Red Cross Blood Drives
9:30 am-2:30 pm, 9/4, Capitol; 9:30 am-3:30 pm, 9/4-5, UW Union South; 9:30 am-3 pm, 9/5, Wm. S. Middleton Memorial VA Hospital; 8 am-1 pm, 9/6, Blooming Grove Town Hall; 1-6 pm, 9/9, Province Hill Apartments; 8 am-1:30 pm, 9/9, Wisconsin Dept. of Revenue; 8:30 am-1 pm, 9/9, DuPont, 3329 Agriculture Dr.; noon-5 pm, 9/9, Lakeview Lutheran Church; 10 am-3 pm, 9/10, Edgewood College; 11 am-3 pm, 9/10, St. Mary's Care Center; 1-5:30 pm, 9/10, Mount Olive Lutheran Church. RSVP: redcrossblood.org. 800-733-2767

HealthDaily starting 09/04/14
Madison Metro Bus Notes
Farmers' market detours: Buses follow Capitol Loop Detour Saturdays until 3:10 pm; Routes 1, 11 & 19 detour from Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. until 2 pm. Ongoing detours: Routes 70-71 & 78 detour from Terrace Avenue. Route 39 detours from Helgesen Street; Route 56 detours from Gilbert Road; Route 78 detours from Terrace Avenue; Routes 5, 10, 27, 56 & 57 detour from North Street; Routes 70 & 72 detour from Branch Street; Route 19 detours to Breese Terrace & Monroe Street; Eastbound routes 2, 5, 10, 27 (AM) & 28 (PM) will detour from Johnson Street. Route detour maps/updated bus schedules at www.cityofmadison.com/metro. 608-266-4466

General NoticesDaily starting 09/04/14
SummerStage Theater's "The Cemetery Club"
Widows & a widower meet monthly to share stories of their pasts, 7:30 pm, 8/28-30, 9/4-6 & 11-13, Lapham Peak State Park, Delafield. $17. 262-337-1560

Out of TownDaily starting 09/04/14
Mary Burke Coordinated Campaign Office Grand Opening
4:30-7:30 pm, 9/4, 6719 Frank Lloyd Wright Ave., Middleton, with guest speakers including attorney general candidate Susan Happ. Free. 608-772-7243

Politics09/04/14 @ 4:30pm
Yellow Phone Music Conference
Networking conference for music professionals & artists, 9/4-7, Hyatt Regency Hotel & Third Ward area venues, Milwaukee, with panel discussions, keynote by Butch Vig; concert showcases, 9/5-6. $149 adv. yellowphonemke.com

Out of TownDaily starting 09/04/14
Wisconsin Sheep & Wool Festival
9/5-7, Jefferson Fair Park, with, sheep & fleece shows, vendors, workshops & demos, kids' activities. $7/day, $12/weekend (free ages 8 & under; extra cost for some workshops). www.wisconsinsheepandwoolfestival.com. 920-623-3536

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 09/05/14
Family Geocaching
Orienteering & GPS hunt, 1-4 pm, 9/6, Aldo Leopold Nature Center's Black Earth Campus. $8 ($29 per family). RSVP: aldoleopoldnaturecenter.org. 608-221-0404

Recreation09/06/14
Power Up Badgers Pre-Game
Free tailgate party/open house, 9-11 am, 9/6, Wisconsin Energy Institute, 1552 University Ave. RSVP: energy.wisc.edu

Sports09/06/14 @ 9:00am
UW Arboretum Volunteer Work Day
Wingra oak savanna, 9 am-noon, 9/6, meet at Arbor Drive parking lot. Canceled if rain. 608-265-5214

Environment09/06/14 @ 9:00am
Wisconsin State Chili Cook-Off Championship
Cooking 11 am & sampling 3 pm, 9/6, Deacon Mills Park, Green Lake, plus music by Cannonball. Free admission. Cooks RSVP: 920-294-6504

Out of Town09/06/14
Villa Louis Carriage Classic
Annual sport-driving event, 8 am-4 pm, 9/6-7, 521 Villa Louis Rd., Prairie du Chien, with food, tours. $12 ($20/weekend; $5/$10 ages 5-17). www.carriageclassic.com. 608-326-4436

Out of TownDaily starting 09/06/14 @ 8:00am
First Saturdays
Art, music & family activities, 10 am-noon, 9/6, Main Street, Stoughton. 608-877-9035

Special Events09/06/14 @ 10:00am
Waukesha Art Fest
10 am-5 pm, 9/6, Main Street, Waukesha, with entertainment, kids' activities, silent auction. Free admission. 262-549-1408

Out of Town09/06/14 @ 10:00am
Janesville Historic Walking Tour
With Rock County Historical Society, 9 am, 9/6, from Court House Park. Free. 608-756-4509

Special Interests09/06/14 @ 9:00am
Madison Gay Video Club
"The Normal Heart" and "Chain Reaction," 8 pm, 9/6, confidential location: www.mgvc.org. 608-244-8690

LGBT09/06/14 @ 8:00pm
Sports for Active Seniors Biking
10 am, 9/6, Odana Hills Golf Course (or 10:20 am, Fitch-Rona Road; 608-288-8349)

Seniors09/06/14
Free Document Shredding
8-10 am, 9/6, Dane County Credit Union, 709 Struck St. Bring nonperishable food donations for Community Action Coalition. 608-256-5665

General Notices09/06/14 @ 8:00am
Sauk Prairie Harley-Davidson 35th Anniversary Party
11 am, 9/6, 836 Phillips Blvd., Sauk City, with bike show 11 am-2 pm (registration 10 am), pig roast 11 am, music by John Masino Band 2 pm, pin-up girl contest 5:30 pm (registration 3 pm). www.saukprairiehd.com. 608-643-3735

Special Events09/06/14
Kicks Unlimited Customer Appreciation Day
Free demos, obstacle courses, karate games, 11 am-3 pm, 9/6, 601 S. Bird St., Sun Prairie. 608-834-9992

Recreation09/06/14 @ 11:00am
Portage Family Skate Park Marathon
10-mile skateboard benefit, 10 am, 9/6, from 831 E. Edgewater St., Portage, followed by picnic at Riverside Park. $20. RSVP: portageskatepark.org

Recreation09/06/14 @ 10:00am
Pardeeville Watermelon Festival
Annual event, 10 am, 9/6, Chandler Park, Pardeeville, with art fair, kids' activities, music, carving, eating & seed-spitting contests. Free admission. www.pardeevillewatermelonfestival.com

Fairs and Festivals09/06/14 @ 10:00am
Willy Street Park Clean-up Day
Volunteers welcome, 8:30-11:30 am, 9/6, at the park. 608-242-0712

Environment09/06/14 @ 9:00am
Kindermusik
Free demo classes: 21 months & under, 9:15 am on 9/7 & 17 or 11:15 am, 9/14; 1.5 to 3.5 years, 10:15 am, 9/7, 14 & 17; ages 3-5, 9:15 am, 9/14; 4 to 6 years, 12:15 pm, 9/14, Westwood Christian Church. RSVP: kindermusikwithdebbie@gmail.com. 608-274-6635

Kids Stuff09/07/14
Pancake Breakfast
World Orphan Fund benefit, 8 am-noon, 9/7, Beaver Dam High School. $6 ($4 ages under 12). 608-235-8673

Good Works09/07/14 @ 8:00am
Crowley Station Community Garden Grand Opening Party
5 pm, 9/7, 201 S. Hancock St., with yoga for gardeners 5 pm ($5 benefits the garden), potluck 6:15 pm (bring a dish to pass). Rain date 9/14. 262-325-5268

MarketsGardens09/07/14 @ 5:00pm
Ice Age Trail-Lodi Valley Chapter Full Moon Hike
7:30 pm, 9/7, meet at Robertson trailhead on Riddle/Springfield Road, Lodi. 608-843-3926

Environment09/07/14 @ 7:30pm
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 9/8-11/3. 608-663-1879

Families09/08/14
Rich Baumann
Free concert, 3 pm, 9/8, Our House, Portage. 608-745-0330

Music: More Music09/08/14
StageQ Auditions
For December production "Christmas with the Crawfords," 7 pm, 9/8-9, 148 E. Wilson St. stageqartisticdirector@stageq.com

Arts NoticesDaily starting 09/08/14 @ 7:00pm
Ice Age Trail Alliance-Dane County Hike
6 pm, 9/8, Indian Lake County Park. dpjenkins@tds.net. 608-836-8879

Environment09/08/14 @ 6:00pm
Ice Age Trail-Lodi Valley Chapter Work Day
Gibraltar Rock trail maintenance, 1 pm, 9/9, meet at Hwy. V parking lot. billpatti@charter.net. 608-843-3926

Environment09/09/14 @ 1:00pm
Sports for Active Seniors Hiking
Ice Age Trail, meet 9:30 am, 9/9, Middleton Park & Ride (608-335-8164)

Seniors09/09/14
Dane County Board of Supervisors
Public hearing on 2014 budget (except DHS), 6 pm, 9/10, City-County Building-Room 201; Department of Human Services budget, 6 pm, 9/11, Alliant Energy Center. 608-266-5758

GovernmentDaily starting 09/10/14 @ 6:00pm
Sports for Active Seniors Biking
9:30 am, 9/10, Odana Hills Golf Course (608-575-9685)

Seniors09/10/14
Fall Wine Walk
Annual Downtown Middleton Business Association fundraiser (for Middleton Outreach Ministry), 5-8 pm, 9/11, starting at BMO Harris Bank, Middleton, and visiting 14 other businesses. $25 (tickets on sale 8/14 at Marilyn's Salon). 608-836-5559

Special Events09/11/14 @ 5:00pm
Belmont School & Community Fair
100th annual event, 9/11-14, Belmont High School (and other locations), with carnival, livestock exhibits. Saturday: Parade 9:30 am (Main Street), UW Varsity Band & Bucky Badger 11:45 am, car show noon, street dance with Madison County (Commerce Street). Free admission. www.belmont.k12.wi.us. 608-762-5600

Out of TownDaily starting 09/11/14
SummerStage Theater's "The Cemetery Club"
Widows & a widower meet monthly to share stories of their pasts, 7:30 pm, 8/28-30, 9/4-6 & 11-13, Lapham Peak State Park, Delafield. $17. 262-337-1560

Out of TownDaily starting 09/11/14
Whooping Crane Festival
Operation Migration events & activities, 9/12-14, Princeton area. operationmigration.org. 800-675-2618

Out of TownDaily starting 09/12/14
Pozitive Lite
Support group for HIV-positive men who have sex with men

LGBT09/12/14 @ 5:30pm
Sun Prairie Civic Theater's "Captain Louie Jr."
Musical adaptation of Keats' "The Trip," 7:30 pm on 9/12, 4 & 7:30 pm on 9/13 and 2 & 4 pm, 9/14, Cardinal Heights Upper Middle School, Sun Prairie. $6. 608-837-8217

Theater and DanceDaily starting 09/12/14
Prairie du Sac Hydroelectric Plant 100th Anniversary Tours
90-minute guided tours, 3-6 pm on 9/12 and 9 am-3 pm on 9/13-14, from Tripp Heritage Museum, Prairie du Sac ($5; RSVP: www.saukprairiehistory.org). Also, deLight Party, 5-7 pm, 9/13, at the Museum, with music by Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra & J.S. Tripper's Bluegrass Band, desserts, paper lantern launch on Wisconsin River (free). 608-644-8444

Special EventsDaily starting 09/12/14
Washuntara, Bettina Madini
Concert, 7 pm, 9/12, Madison Men's Center, 6033 Monona Dr. $20 ($15 adv.). RSVP: joelburbach@mkp.org. 608-297-9593

Music: More Music09/12/14 @ 7:00pm
Dessa
9 pm, 9/13, Cavalier Theater, LaCrosse. $17 ($15 adv.). 608-255-4646

Out of Town09/13/14 @ 9:00pm
Give Up to Give Back
Free paper shredding (up to five boxes) with item donations for Middleton Outreach Ministry, Porchlight, River Food Pantry, St. Vincent de Paul & Transition Education Program, 9 am-noon, 9/13, Access, 3700 Commerce Dr. Info on items needed: claire@lifeorganizedllc.com. 608-622-7678

Good Works09/13/14
Bacon Bash
10 am-7 pm on 9/13 and 11 am-4 pm, 9/14, Heritage Park, River Falls, with music, vendors, bacon cook-off. Free admission. www.riverfallsbaconbash.com. 715-425-2533

Out of TownDaily starting 09/13/14
North Face Endurance Challenge
Annual runs of various lengths, 9/13-14, Kettle Moraine State Park, Eagle. $210-$65 ($190-$50 through 9/10) benefits various charities. Schedule/RSVP: www.thenorthface.com/endurancechallenge. 888-863-1968

RecreationDaily starting 09/13/14
Tim Grimm
House concert, 7:30 pm, 9/13, 451 N. Few St. $18. RSVP: annedave@chorus.net

Music: More Music09/13/14 @ 7:30pm
Southwest Bike Path Work Day
10 am-noon, 9/13, meet at intersection with Glenway Street. 608-255-4195

Environment09/13/14 @ 10:00am
Sauk Prairie Conservation Alliance Work Day
Prairie restoration, 9 am-noon, 9/13, Badger Army Ammunition Plant-Hillside Prairie. RSVP: workdays@saukprairievision.org. 608-206-4856

Environment09/13/14 @ 9:00am
University Heights Walking Tour
With Madison Trust for Historic Preservation, 11 am, 9/13, from corner of Prospect & Van Hise avenues. $10 includes drink at Blue Moon. 608-441-8864

Special Interests09/13/14 @ 11:00am
RSVP for Bike the Barns
Annual farm tour to benefit FairShare CSA Coalition's Partner Shares Program, 9 am, 9/14, beginning/ending at Fireman's Park, Columbus; afterparty with music by Boo Bradley & Wrenclaw 3-7 pm. $125 (or $65 plus $50 pledge minimum). RSVP by 9/13: www.csacoalition.org. 608-226-0300

Recreation09/13/14
Southwest Wisconsin Book Festival
Workshops 9 am-4:45 pm, 9/13, Mineral Point Library & Opera House ($20/each); keynote by Michael Perry 7 pm, Opera House ($20/$15). www.swwibookfestival.com. 608-987-3370

Words09/13/14
Global Union
Alverno College's annual free world music festival, noon-6 pm, 9/13, Humboldt Park, Milwaukee, with La Yegros, Wu-Force, Caplypso Rose & Kobo Town. 414-382-6044

Out of Town09/13/14 @ 12:00pm
Pope Farm Conservancy Heritage Days
Speakers, wagon rides for all ages, 1-4 pm, 9/13, 7740 W. Old Sauk Rd., Verona. Free. 608-620-3306

Environment09/13/14 @ 1:00pm
Monroe Street Festival
Annual event, 10 am-5 pm, 9/13, at businesses along Monroe Street, with entertainment, kids' activities, sidewalk sales, library book sale, wellness fair. www.monroestreetfestival.com. 608-255-8211

Fairs and Festivals09/13/14 @ 10:00am
Flea Market
8 am-3 pm, 9/13, Antiques Mall of Madison, 4748 Cottage Grove Rd., with free appraisals 11 am-1 pm. Free admission. 608-222-2049

Special Interests09/13/14 @ 8:00am
Willy Street Fair
Annual event, 2-9 pm on 9/13 and 11 am-7 pm, 9/14, 800-1000 blocks of Williamson Street, with music, street performances, food, arts & crafts. Saturday: World Music Festival Stage: Korrontzi 2 pm, Sondorgo 3:45 pm, Oumar Konate 5:45 pm, La Yegros 7:45 pm. Sunday: Parade 11 am. WORT Stage: Sigourney Weavers noon, The Flavor That Kills 1:10 pm, Electric Spanking 2:30 pm, German Art Students 3:30 pm, Fire Retarded 4:40 pm, Digital Leather 5:50 pm. Volunteers also needed: www.cwd.org. 608-257-4576

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 09/13/14
WJJO Sonic Boom
Metal fest, 11 am, 9/13, Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport, Janesville, with A Day to Remember, Bring Me the Horizon, All That Remains, Hatebreed, Nonpoint, Dope, Motionless in White, Bobaflex, Fozzy, Avatar, Chiodos, Starset. $44.75. 608-267-3995

Music: More Music09/13/14 @ 11:00am
Sports for Active Seniors Biking
9:30 am, 9/13, from Dorn True Value-Midvale (608-288-8349)

Seniors09/13/14
Sports for Active Seniors Biking
10:15 am, 9/13, Military Ridge Trailhead, Riley (RSVP: 608-239-3488)

Seniors09/13/14
Kindermusik
Free demo classes: 21 months & under, 9:15 am on 9/7 & 17 or 11:15 am, 9/14; 1.5 to 3.5 years, 10:15 am, 9/7, 14 & 17; ages 3-5, 9:15 am, 9/14; 4 to 6 years, 12:15 pm, 9/14, Westwood Christian Church. RSVP: kindermusikwithdebbie@gmail.com. 608-274-6635

Kids Stuff09/14/14
The Prairie Enthusiasts Field Trip
1 pm, 9/14, Schluckebier Prairie State Natural Area, Hwy. PF, west of Sauk City. 413-427-4099

Environment09/14/14 @ 1:00pm
Carol "Orange" Schroeder & Katrina A. Schroeder
Launch party for their book "Eat Smart in Denmark," 5-7 pm, 9/14, HotelRED, with North American Kringle Competition judging & sampling. Free. 608-255-8211

Words09/14/14 @ 5:00pm
Dog Jog
UW Police Department K9 & mounted units benefit 2-mile fun run/walk, 10 am, 9/14, from UW Lot 60 (registration 8 am), plus canine costume contest. $25. uwpd.wisc.edu. 608-264-2677

Recreation09/14/14 @ 10:00am
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 9/8-11/3. 608-663-1879

Families09/15/14
RSVP for ABC for Health 20th Anniversary Corn Roast
4-7:30 pm, 9/25, Sweet Cream City Farm, Jefferson. $50 donation. RSVP by 9/15: www.safetyweb.org. 608-261-6939

Special Events09/15/14
CANCELED: Clean Wisconsin & Friends Bike Club
Social ride, 5:30 pm, 9/16, from CW office. Free. cleanwisconsin.org. 608-251-7020

Recreation09/16/14 @ 5:30pm
Ice Age Trail Alliance Mobile Skills Crew
Volunteers needed, 9/16-21, Harwood Lakes/Chippewa River, Chippewa County. RSVP: mobileskills.iceagetrail.org. 608-798-4453

Environment09/16/14
Maintaining Brain Health
Free Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance talk, 6 pm, 9/16, Clare Bridge, Sun Prairie. 608-232-3400

Health09/16/14 @ 6:00pm
Kindermusik
Free demo classes: 21 months & under, 9:15 am on 9/7 & 17 or 11:15 am, 9/14; 1.5 to 3.5 years, 10:15 am, 9/7, 14 & 17; ages 3-5, 9:15 am, 9/14; 4 to 6 years, 12:15 pm, 9/14, Westwood Christian Church. RSVP: kindermusikwithdebbie@gmail.com. 608-274-6635

Kids Stuff09/17/14
Pope Farm Conservancy Walking Tour
"Saving Our Soil" theme, with UW Associate Professor Nick Balster, 5:30 pm, 9/17, 7740 W. Old Sauk Rd., Middleton. Free. 608-620-3306

Environment09/17/14 @ 5:30pm
Conservation Park Tour
Guided Madison Parks walk, 6:30 pm, 9/17, Edna Taylor Conservation Park, 802 Femrite Dr. Free. 608-266-4711

Environment09/17/14 @ 6:30pm
Sports for Active Seniors Biking
10 am, 9/17, Odana Hills Golf Course (or 10:20 am, Fitch-Rona Road; 608-288-8349)

Seniors09/17/14
RSVP for Interactive Spanish
Class series: Level 1, 6:30 pm Mondays, 9/22-12/15; Level 2, 6:30 pm Thursdays, 9/25-12/18; and Level 3, 6:30 pm Wednesdays, 9/24-12/17, Literacy Network. $180. RSVP by 9/19: www.litnetwork.org. 608-244-3911

Special Interests09/19/14
Green County Cheese Days
9/19-21, Courthouse Square area, Monroe, with music & entertainment, food, parade, cheesemaking, arts & crafts fair, tours, Cheese Days Chase run/walks 8:30 am, 9/20 ($35/$30 adv.; $10 kids). www.cheesedays.com. 800-307-7208

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 09/19/14
RSVP for Celebrating Diversity
Annual Madison Area Diversity Roundtable symposium, 7:30 am-noon, 9/22, American Family Education Center, with keynote by Applied Research Center President Rinku Sen. $75. RSVP by 9/19: madisondiversity.org

General Notices09/19/14
Park(ing) Day
Metered parking spots converted into temporary park, 10 am-4 pm, 9/19, 100 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 608-255-0800

Special Events09/19/14 @ 10:00am
Food for Thought Festival
Annual REAP Food Group event, 8:30 am-1:30 pm, 9/20, 100 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., with speakers, exhibitors, kids' activities, demos, tastings. Free admission. www.reapfoodgroup.org. 608-310-7836

Fairs and Festivals09/20/14 @ 8:30am
Great River Road Festival
10 am-5 pm, 9/20, Stonefield Village, Cassville, with river-related activities. $9 ($24/family). stonefieldhistoricsite.org. 608-725-5210

Out of Town09/20/14 @ 10:00am
Prospect Gardens Volunteer Work Day
9 am-noon, 9/20, Prospect Street ramps (Southwest bike path). jblasczyk13@gmail.com

Environment09/20/14 @ 9:00am
Janesville Historic Walking Tour
With Rock County Historical Society, 9 am, 9/20, from Corn Exchange East. Free. 608-756-4509

Special Interests09/20/14 @ 9:00am
Art Infusion
Annual sidewalk chalk art making event for all ages/skills with Lee Jones, 9 am-4 pm on 9/20 and 10 am-2 pm, 9/21, along the Janesville Mile, plus artist competition. Free ($10 to compete). www.janesvillecvb.com. 608-757-3171

ArtDaily starting 09/20/14
Natural Beauty, Inside & Out
Free talk on herbal preparations, 10:30 am, 9/20, Beaver Dam Library. 608-663-9608

Health09/20/14 @ 10:30am
The Prairie Enthusiasts Field Trip
9 am, 9/20, Rettenmund Prairie, southwest of Black Earth. 608-316-5411

Environment09/20/14 @ 9:00am
Madison Gay Video Club
"Burning Blue" and "Intensity: Parts 1 & 2," 8 pm, 9/20, confidential location: www.mgvc.org. 608-244-8690

LGBT09/20/14 @ 8:00pm
Cambridge Fall Fest
10 am-4 pm, 9/20, Veterans Park, Cambridge, with entertainment, arts & crafts fair, bake sale, kids' activities, health expo. Free admission. www.cambridgewi.com. 608-423-3780

Fairs and Festivals09/20/14 @ 10:00am
Doors Open Milwaukee
100+ historic or architecturally-significant buildings open to public for tours, 10 am-5 pm, 9/20-21, Milwaukee area. Free. Locations: doorsopenmilwaukee.org. 414-277-7795

Out of TownDaily starting 09/20/14 @ 10:00am
Emergency Responders "Thank You" Dance
5-8 pm, 9/21, Stoughton Fire Department, with music by Quest. Free/donations. 608-873-7218

Dancing09/21/14 @ 5:00pm
Orchid Growers Guild
Meeting, with talk on growing mediums, fertilizers & lights, 1:30 pm, 9/21, Paradigm Gardens. 608-231-3163

MarketsGardens09/21/14 @ 1:30pm
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 9/8-11/3. 608-663-1879

Families09/22/14
We All Forget: Is It Normal Aging Or Should I Be Concerned?
Free Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance talk, 3:30 pm, 9/22, Coventry Village-Brookline Apartments. 608-232-3400

Health09/22/14 @ 3:30pm
Sports for Active Seniors Hiking
Ice Age Trail, meet 9:30 am, 9/23, Middleton Park & Ride (608-335-8164)

Seniors09/23/14
Milwaukee Film Festival
9/25-10/9, Downer Theatre, Fox Bay Cinema Grill, Oriental Theatre & Times Cinema, Milwaukee. $20/$10 per film. mkefilm.org. 414-727-8468

Out of TownDaily starting 09/25/14
Pozitive Lite
Support group for HIV-positive men who have sex with men

LGBT09/26/14 @ 5:30pm
Rogues & Vagabonds Entertainment's "The Odd Couple"
Female-led adaptation of Neil Simon's comedy, 7:30 pm on 9/26-27 and 2 pm, 9/28, Forte Studios, Mount Horeb. $30 includes refreshments. RSVP: 608-622-7283

Theater and DanceDaily starting 09/26/14
Hogs 4 Rescued Cats & Dogs
Annual Friends of Noah-Wisconsin animal rescue benefit, 10 am-4:30 pm, 9/27, Kutter Harley Davidson, Janesville, with motorcycle poker run (start 10 am-noon, $10), music by Johnny Can't Stop, silent auction, raffle, bake sale. Free admission. 608-295-7907

Special Events09/27/14 @ 10:00am
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 9/28, from 3016 Lake Mendota Dr. 608-698-0104

Environment09/28/14 @ 1:30pm
Birds of Chicago
House concert, 7 pm, 9/28, 451 N. Few St. $20. RSVP: annedave@chorus.net

Music: More Music09/28/14 @ 7:00pm
Ice Age Trail Alliance-Dane County Work Day
Prairie/savanna restoration, 9 am, 9/28, Lodi Marsh State Wildlife Area (Twin Pines). jonbishop@global.t-bird.edu. 608-441-9827

Environment09/28/14 @ 9:00am
Mini Cooper Road Rally
Mini owners (and dogs) invited to caravan through Madison, meet at 9 am, 9/28, Mini of Madison. $25 benefits Dane County Humane Society. 608-838-0413

Special Interests09/28/14 @ 9:00am
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 9/8-11/3. 608-663-1879

Families09/29/14
Community Corral
Meet & greet with Madison Police Mounted Patrol officers & horses, 5-6 pm, 9/30, Blackhawk Park. www.madisonmounted.org

General Notices09/30/14 @ 5:00pm
American Society for Training & Development
South Central Wisconsin chapter program, "The Unlikely Partnership: Talent Development & Marketing," 1:30 pm, 9/30, UW-Extension, 5602 Research Park Dr. $35. RSVP: www.astdscwc.org. 608-620-5089

Special Interests09/30/14
Stepping On
Seven-week falls prevention series, 9:30 am Thursdays, 10/2-11/13, Meriter-Monona. $35. RSVP: kspiro@meriter.com. 608-417-8272

Seniors10/02/14 @ 9:30am
Washington Island Literary Festival
10/2-5, Trueblood Performing Arts Center (and other venues), Washington Island, with readings by Susanna Daniel, Susan Gloss, Adam Schrager, Michelle Wildgen & others, discussions. $90 ($75 through 9/15; workshops extra). www.truebloodpac.com

Out of TownDaily starting 10/02/14
RSVP for Feast Forward
Annual Forward Theater Company benefit dinners, 6 pm, 10/11, at Livingston Inn ($125), Coopers Tavern ($75) & homes throughout Madison, with silent auction; dessert & vaudeville show 8 pm, Overture Center. RSVP by 10/3: forwardtheater.com. 608-234-5001

Special Events10/03/14
Rogues & Vagabonds Entertainment's "The Odd Couple"
Female-led adaptation of Neil Simon's comedy, 7:30 pm on 10/3-4 and 2 pm, 10/5, Richland County Performing Arts Center, Richland Center. $16. RSVP: 608-622-7283

Theater and DanceDaily starting 10/03/14
Dam Challenge Triathlon
Education programs fundraiser, 9 am, 10/4, Kickapoo Valley Reserve, near La Farge (registration 7:30 am), with 7-mile paddle, 14-mile bike ride & 3-mile run. $60. RSVP: kvr.state.wi.us. 608-625-2960

Recreation10/04/14
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk
American Cancer Society 5km benefit, 10 am, 10/4, Vilas Park (registration 8 am). Pledges encouraged. www.makingstrideswalk.org/madison. 800-227-2345

Recreation10/04/14 @ 10:00am
Fermentation Fest
Convergence of farming, conservation & the arts, 10/4-13, Reedsburg area, with self-guided farm/art installation tours, workshops, food/drink tastings & entertainment. Schedule: fermentationfest.com

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 10/04/14
Mount Horeb Fall Heritage Festival
9 am-4 pm on 10/4 and 10 am-3 pm, 10/5, Main Street/Trollway, Mount Horeb, with farmers' market, silent art auction, kids' activities, ethnic demonstrations, arts & crafts/quilt shows. Saturday: Sons of Norway breakfast 7:30-11 am (at Community Center, $9). www.trollway.com. 608-437-5914

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 10/04/14
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 9/8-11/3. 608-663-1879

Families10/06/14
Community Corral
Meet & greet with Madison Police Mounted Patrol officers & horses, 5-6 pm, 10/8, Goodman Park. www.madisonmounted.org

General Notices10/08/14 @ 5:00pm
Gallery Night
Receptions, demonstrations & artists' talks, 5-9 pm, 10/10, at 65+ venues around Madison; afterparty 9-11 pm, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. Locations: mmoca.org. 608-257-0158

Art10/10/14 @ 5:00pm
Pozitive Lite
Support group for HIV-positive men who have sex with men

LGBT10/10/14 @ 5:30pm
Wisconsin Sierra Club Autumn Assembly
Annual event, 10/10-12, Phantom Lake YMCA Camp, Mukwonago, with keynote by Ron Seely. $85 ($70 through 9/15). RSVP: wisconsin.sierraclub.org. 608-256-0565

EnvironmentDaily starting 10/10/14
Southwest Bike Path Work Day
10 am-noon, 10/11, meet at intersection with Glenway Street. 608-255-4195

Environment10/11/14 @ 10:00am
Sauk Prairie Conservation Alliance Work Day
Prairie restoration, 9 am-noon, 10/11, Badger Army Ammunition Plant-Hillside Prairie. RSVP: workdays@saukprairievision.org. 608-206-4856

Environment10/11/14 @ 9:00am
Evansville Farmers' Market
Last market of season, 9 am-1 pm, 10/11, 102 Maple St. 608-882-9032

MarketsGardens10/11/14 @ 9:00am
Early Music Now
"Dowland in Dublin: An Evening of Lute Songs in an Irish Pub," by La Nef & Michael Slattery, 5 pm, 10/11, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Milwaukee. $55-$28. 414-225-3113

Out of Town10/11/14 @ 5:00pm
Huffin' for Habitat
UW Habitat for Humanity 5km run/3km walk fundraiser, 10 am, 10/12, from 640 Elm Dr. (registration 8 am), plus kids' activities. $25 ($25/$20 adv.). RSVP: habitatuw.org

Recreation10/12/14 @ 10:00am
Lung Force Walk
American Lung Association benefit 5km run/walk, 9 am, 10/12, Milwaukee County Zoo (registration 8 am), with health expo until noon. Free; fundraising encouraged. RSVP: www.lungforce.org/walk. 262-703-4200

Out of Town10/12/14
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 9/8-11/3. 608-663-1879

Families10/13/14
Pope Farm Conservancy Tour
"German Immigration" theme, with the Max Kade Institute's Antje Petty, 5 pm, 10/15, 7740 W. Old Sauk Rd., Middleton. Free. 608-620-3306

Environment10/15/14 @ 5:00pm
Conservation Park Tour
Guided Madison Parks walk, 6:30 pm, 10/15, Cherokee Marsh, 5002 School Rd. Free. 608-266-4711

Environment10/15/14 @ 6:30pm
Wisconsin Book Festival
10/16-19, with free readings & discussions at various local venues. www.wisconsinbookfestival.org. 608-229-2081

Special EventsDaily starting 10/16/14
Prospect Gardens Volunteer Work Day
9 am-noon, 10/18, Prospect Street ramps (Southwest bike path). jblasczyk13@gmail.com

Environment10/18/14 @ 9:00am
Janesville Historic Walking Tour
With Rock County Historical Society, 9 am, 10/18, from Jefferson Park. Free. www.rchs.us. 608-756-4509

Special Interests10/18/14 @ 9:00am
Clean & Green Middleton
Drop-off day for e-recycling items & donations of household items for local charities, 9 am-1 pm, 10/18, Airport Road Business Park (Nursery Drive at Deming Way). www.ci.middleton.wi.us. 608-821-8343

General Notices10/18/14 @ 9:00am
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 9/8-11/3. 608-663-1879

Families10/20/14
Rogues & Vagabonds Entertainment's "The Odd Couple"
Female-led adaptation of Neil Simon's comedy, 6:30 pm on 10/24-25, 31 & 11/1 and 5 pm, 10/26 & 11/2, Farm Kitchen, Baraboo. $39 includes dinner. RSVP: 608-356-5246

Out of TownDaily starting 10/24/14
Pozitive Lite
Support group for HIV-positive men who have sex with men

LGBT10/24/14 @ 5:30pm
Green Whimsy Consignment Sale
Baby/kids' items, 10 am-7 pm on 10/24-25 and 10 am-3 pm, 10/26, Nishan Park, Reedsburg. Free admission. 608-620-5205

FamiliesDaily starting 10/24/14 @ 10:00am
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 10/26, from 3016 Lake Mendota Dr. 608-698-0104

Environment10/26/14 @ 1:30pm
South Madison Farmers' Market
Last markets of season, 11 am-3 pm on 10/26 and 2-6 pm, 10/28, Madison Labor Temple; 2-6 pm, 10/27, 2524 Rimrock Rd.; 3-7 pm, 10/29, Gilbert Road; 2-6 pm, 10/31, Villager Mall. 608-358-5834

MarketsGardens10/26/14
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 9/8-11/3. 608-663-1879

Families10/27/14
South Madison Farmers' Market
Last markets of season, 11 am-3 pm on 10/26 and 2-6 pm, 10/28, Madison Labor Temple; 2-6 pm, 10/27, 2524 Rimrock Rd.; 3-7 pm, 10/29, Gilbert Road; 2-6 pm, 10/31, Villager Mall. 608-358-5834

MarketsGardens10/27/14
Oregon Farmers' Market
Last market of season, 2-6 pm, 10/28, Dorn True Value. 608-873-9443

MarketsGardens10/28/14 @ 2:00pm
Sun Prairie Farmers' Market
Last outdoor market, 2:30-6 pm, 10/28, 956 W. Main St. 608-345-7556

MarketsGardens10/28/14 @ 2:30pm
South Madison Farmers' Market
Last markets of season, 11 am-3 pm on 10/26 and 2-6 pm, 10/28, Madison Labor Temple; 2-6 pm, 10/27, 2524 Rimrock Rd.; 3-7 pm, 10/29, Gilbert Road; 2-6 pm, 10/31, Villager Mall. 608-358-5834

MarketsGardens10/28/14
South Madison Farmers' Market
Last markets of season, 11 am-3 pm on 10/26 and 2-6 pm, 10/28, Madison Labor Temple; 2-6 pm, 10/27, 2524 Rimrock Rd.; 3-7 pm, 10/29, Gilbert Road; 2-6 pm, 10/31, Villager Mall. 608-358-5834

MarketsGardens10/29/14
Capitol View Farmers' Market
Last market of season, 3-7 pm, 10/29, at Sharpsburg & North Star Drives (off Cottage Grove Road). 608-218-4732

MarketsGardens10/29/14 @ 3:00pm
Rogues & Vagabonds Entertainment's "The Odd Couple"
Female-led adaptation of Neil Simon's comedy, 6:30 pm on 10/24-25, 31 & 11/1 and 5 pm, 10/26 & 11/2, Farm Kitchen, Baraboo. $39 includes dinner. RSVP: 608-356-5246

Out of TownDaily starting 10/31/14
South Madison Farmers' Market
Last markets of season, 11 am-3 pm on 10/26 and 2-6 pm, 10/28, Madison Labor Temple; 2-6 pm, 10/27, 2524 Rimrock Rd.; 3-7 pm, 10/29, Gilbert Road; 2-6 pm, 10/31, Villager Mall. 608-358-5834

MarketsGardens10/31/14
Lodi Valley Farmers' Market
Last market of season, 2-6 pm, 10/31,Village Green. 608-643-8017

MarketsGardens10/31/14 @ 2:00pm
RSVP for Party with a Purpose: A Farm to Table Dinner
YMCA of Dane County benefit locally-sourced meal, 6 pm, 11/8, Smart Motors, 5901 Odana Rd. $125. RSVP by 11/1: www.ymcadanecounty.org. 608-664-9622

Special Events11/01/14
Rock River Coalition 20th Birthday Celebration
3-7 pm, 11/2, Koshkonong Mounds Country Club, Fort Atkinson, with music by Cajun Strangers 3 pm, dinner 5 pm, program 6 pm. $40. RSVP: rockrivercoalition.org. 920-674-7443

Environment11/02/14
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 9/8-11/3. 608-663-1879

Families11/03/14
Fall Election
Voters go to the polls between 7 am-8 pm, 11/4. For specific candidate information: www.cityofmadison.com/clerk or www.countyofdane.com/clerk. 608-266-4601

Government11/04/14 @ 7:00am
Sauk Prairie Conservation Alliance Work Day
Prairie restoration, 9 am-noon, 11/8, Badger Army Ammunition Plant-Hillside Prairie. RSVP: workdays@saukprairievision.org. 608-206-4856

Environment11/08/14 @ 9:00am
Early Music Now
"The Invention of Chamber Music," by Quicksilver Baroque, 7:30 pm, 11/8, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Milwaukee. $55-$28. 414-225-3113

Out of Town11/08/14 @ 7:30pm
Motley Crue, Alice Cooper
7:30 pm, 11/11, Resch Center, Green Bay. $39.75/$25. 800-895-0071

Out of Town11/11/14 @ 7:00pm
Walk with a Doc
With talk on hydrotherapy for immune system, 6 pm, 11/11, Knollwood Conservation Park, 3334 Westview Ln. 608-266-4711

Health11/11/14 @ 6:00pm
The Una Sessions
Vox Concert Series music festival, 8 pm, 11/13-15, Wildwood Station Pavillion, Marshfield. $60-$50 ($50-$40 adv.). Schedule: voxconcertseries.com. 715-502-9850

Out of TownDaily starting 11/13/14 @ 8:00pm
Madison Public Schools
No school, 11/14. 608-663-1879

Families11/14/14
Madison Public Schools
Middle school early release, 11/18; elementary schools early release, 11/19; high school early release, 11/20. 608-663-1879

FamiliesDaily starting 11/18/14
Horse Feathers
9 pm, 11/21, Cavalier Theater, LaCrosse. $17 ($15 adv.). 608-255-4646

Out of Town11/21/14 @ 9:00pm
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 11/23, from 3016 Lake Mendota Dr. 608-698-0104

Environment11/23/14 @ 1:30pm
Madison Public Schools
No school, 11/26-28. 608-663-1879

FamiliesDaily starting 11/26/14
Holiday Refuse/Recycling Collection
No pickup on Thanksgiving, 11/27 (pickup on Wednesday, 11/26) or Friday, 11/28 (pickup on Monday, 12/1). www.cityofmadison.com/streets. East: 608-246-4532. West: 608-266-4681

General NoticesDaily starting 11/26/14
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 12/1-15. 608-663-1879

Families12/01/14
Mineral Point Gallery Night
12 participating galleries, 5-9 pm, 12/6. Locations: mineralpoint.com. 608-987-3201

Art12/06/14 @ 5:00pm
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 12/1-15. 608-663-1879

Families12/08/14
Early Music Now
"Laude: Joy and Mystery," by Lionheart, 5 pm on 12/13 and 3 pm, 12/14, St. Joseph Center Chapel, Milwaukee. $55-$28. 414-225-3113

Out of TownDaily starting 12/13/14
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 12/1-15. 608-663-1879

Families12/15/14
Madison Public Schools
No school, 12/22-1/2. 608-663-1879

FamiliesDaily starting 12/22/14
Holiday Refuse/Recycling Collection
No pickup on Christmas Day, 12/25; pickup will be on Friday, 12/26. www.cityofmadison.com/streets. East: 608-246-4532. West: 608-266-4681

General Notices12/25/14
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 12/28, from 3016 Lake Mendota Dr. 608-698-0104

Environment12/28/14 @ 1:30pm
Holiday Refuse/Recycling Collection
No pickup on New Year's Day, 1/1; pickup will be on Friday, 1/2. www.cityofmadison.com/streets. East: 608-246-4532. West: 608-266-4681

General Notices01/01/15
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, 1/12. 608-663-1879

Families01/12/15
Madison Public Schools
No school, 1/19. 608-663-1879

Families01/19/15
Madison Public Schools
No afternoon early childhood/4K classes; early release for all other grades, 1/23. 608-663-1879

Families01/23/15
Madison Public Schools
No school middle schools, 1/30. 608-663-1879

Families01/30/15
Madison Public Schools
No school, 2/6. 608-663-1879

Families02/06/15
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 2/9-3/2. 608-663-1879

Families02/09/15
Early Music Now
"Portrait of Love," by Les Delices, 5 pm, 2/14, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Milwaukee. $55-$28. 414-225-3113

Out of Town02/14/15 @ 5:00pm
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 2/9-3/2. 608-663-1879

Families02/16/15
Bill Staines
House concert, 7:30 pm, 2/21, 451 N. Few St. $18. RSVP: annedave@chorus.net

Music: More Music02/21/15 @ 7:30pm
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 2/9-3/2. 608-663-1879

Families02/23/15
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 2/9-3/2. 608-663-1879

Families03/02/15
Madison Public Schools
No school, 3/13. 608-663-1879

Families03/13/15
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, 3/16 & 23. 608-663-1879

Families03/16/15
Madison Public Schools
Early release elementary schools, no afternoon early childhood/4K, 3/19. 608-663-1879

Families03/19/15
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, 3/16 & 23. 608-663-1879

Families03/23/15
Madison Public Schools
No school, 3/30-4/6. 608-663-1879

FamiliesDaily starting 03/30/15
Madison Public Schools
Early release for middle/high schoolers, Mondays 4/13-5/18. 608-663-1879

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

Families04/17/15
Early Music Now
"Music for Canterbury Cathedral," by Blue Heron, 5 pm, 4/18, St. Joseph Center Chapel, Milwaukee. $55-$28. 414-225-3113

Out of Town04/18/15
Early Music Now
"Celebrating the Clarinet" with Eric Hoeprich, Tanya Tomkins, Eric Zivian, 7:30 pm, 5/9, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Milwaukee. $55-$28. 414-225-3113

Out of Town05/09/15 @ 7:30pm
Madison Public Schools
No school, 5/25. 608-663-1879

Families05/25/15
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
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