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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
Wisconsin Wolf Front
Advocacy group meeting, 6:45 pm Wednesdays, 801 N. Thompson Dr.-Unit 208. RSVP: wiwolffront@gmail.com. 608-556-1251

PoliticsWednesdays @ 6:45pm
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
Clean Lakes Alliance Volunteers
Sought to conduct surveys of lake users, 5/26-9/1: www.cleanlakesalliance.com. 608-255-1000

EnvironmentDaily starting 05/01/14
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
The Amazing Nicholas
Magic, 9 pm Mondays, 5/19-7/28, Shaker's Cigar Bar, Milwaukee. Free. 414-272-4222

Out of TownMondays @ 9:00pm
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
Theater Bus
Invites reservations for: Larson's Famous Clydesdales show, 6/17, Larson's Clydesdale Farm, Ripon (departs 8:45-9:30 am, $63, RSVP by 6/2); Wolf River cruise, 6/25, Winneconne (departs 9-9:45 am, $68, RSVP by 6/9); "Mixed Couples: Golden Bowl," Meyer Theatre, Green Bay (departs 7:45-8:30 am, $81, RSVP by 6/12); "Young Frankenstein," 7/9, Timber Lake Play House, Mount Carroll, Ill. (departs 9-9:45 am, $73, RSVP by 6/23); Ice Cream Social Cruise, 7/23, Riviera Docks, Lake Geneva (departs 10:45-11:30 am, $75, RSVP by 7/7); "Shrek, the Musical," 7/19, UW-Platteville (departs 10:15-11 am, $74, RSVP by 7/10); "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," 7/27, Richland County Performing Arts Center (departs 9:30-10:15 am, $62, RSVP by 7/18); Cruise, 8/6, Clear Water Harbor, Waupaca (departs 8:15-9 am, $63, RSVP by 7/23); "A Chorus Line," 8/10, Middleton Performing Arts Center (show only; departs 12:30-1:15 pm, $42, RSVP by 7/20); "Gypsy," 8/16, Oregon High School (departs 10:30-11:15 am, $60, RSVP by 8/1); "Kiss Me, Kate," 8/24, Wisconsin Union Theater (show only; departs 12:30-1:15 pm, $54, RSVP by 8/8). RSVP: theaterbus@tds.net. 608-257-0003

SeniorsDaily starting 05/22/14
Lodi Valley Farmers' Market
2-6 pm Fridays, Village Green. 608-643-8017

MarketsGardensFridays @ 2:00pm
Madison Beaches
All open as of 7/21. Updates: www.cityofmadison.com/beaches. 608-266-4711

RecreationDaily starting 05/23/14
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
Summer Food Service Program
Madison Metropolitan School District provides up to two free meals per day for ages 2-18, Mondays-Fridays, 6/23-8/15 (no meals 7/4), at 35+ locations: foodsvcweb.madison.k12.wi.us. 608-204-4007

FamiliesMondays
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
Summer Food Service Program
Madison Metropolitan School District provides up to two free meals per day for ages 2-18, Mondays-Fridays, 6/23-8/15 (no meals 7/4), at 35+ locations: foodsvcweb.madison.k12.wi.us. 608-204-4007

FamiliesTuesdays
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
Summer Food Service Program
Madison Metropolitan School District provides up to two free meals per day for ages 2-18, Mondays-Fridays, 6/23-8/15 (no meals 7/4), at 35+ locations: foodsvcweb.madison.k12.wi.us. 608-204-4007

FamiliesWednesdays
Summer Food Service Program
Madison Metropolitan School District provides up to two free meals per day for ages 2-18, Mondays-Fridays, 6/23-8/15 (no meals 7/4), at 35+ locations: foodsvcweb.madison.k12.wi.us. 608-204-4007

FamiliesThursdays
Summer Food Service Program
Madison Metropolitan School District provides up to two free meals per day for ages 2-18, Mondays-Fridays, 6/23-8/15 (no meals 7/4), at 35+ locations: foodsvcweb.madison.k12.wi.us. 608-204-4007

FamiliesFridays
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
Literacy Network Volunteers
English as a Second Language tutors sought; orientation/training sessions begin 7/31. Info: www.litnetwork.org. 608-244-3911

Good WorksDaily starting 07/01/14
Meet & Eat
City of Madison food cart festival, 5-7:30 pm Thursdays, through 8/28, Meadowood Shopping Center. 608-266-4611

Special InterestsThursdays @ 5:00pm
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
Rogues & Vagabonds Entertainment's "Wedding Belle Blues
A dream wedding results in a series of comic calamities, 6:30 pm, 7/11-12, 18-19 and 25-26, Farm Kitchen, Baraboo. $40 includes dinner. RSVP: 608-356-5246

Out of TownFridays
Arts in the Community Awards
Arts Wisconsin & League of Wisconsin Municipalities invite nominations of individuals championing the arts, through 5 pm, 8/13. Guidelines: www.artswisconsin.org. 608-255-8316

Arts NoticesDaily starting 07/11/14
Rogues & Vagabonds Entertainment's "Wedding Belle Blues
A dream wedding results in a series of comic calamities, 6:30 pm, 7/11-12, 18-19 and 25-26, Farm Kitchen, Baraboo. $40 includes dinner. RSVP: 608-356-5246

Out of TownSaturdays
Horicon Marsh Photo Blitz
Submissions from all ages taken from 7/12-13 in/near the marsh invited through 7/28: hmphotoblitz@gmail.com. 920-387-7893

Arts NoticesDaily starting 07/12/14
Call for Poetry
Wormfarm Institute invites five-line submissions with a food, agriculture, art and/or landscape theme to be displayed during Reedsburg Fermentation Fest. Deadline: 8/1. Details: www.fermentationfest.com

Arts NoticesDaily starting 07/13/14
Paint by Numbers: Recounted
Gallery 99 group exhibit, 7/18-8/1, Retro-Revolution, 229 North St. (reception 6-9 pm, 7/18). galleryninetynine.com. 608-577-8023

ArtDaily starting 07/18/14
South Madison Coalition of the Elderly
Romnes Apartments: Yoga 3 pm Wednesdays. 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 07/21/14
Rock County 4-H Fair
7/22-27, Rock County Fairgrounds, Janesville, with carnival, entertainment. Main Stage (8 pm) Tuesday: George Thorogood. Wednesday: Swon Brothers, Danielle Bradbery. Thursday: Scotty McCreery. Friday: Lonestar. Saturday: Charles Esten, Clare Bowen. Sunday: Horse pull 10 am. $8/day ($24 season; main stage extra). www.rockcounty4hfair.com. 608-755-1470

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 07/22/14
Art Cart
MMoCA & MSCR's free outdoor program for ages 3 & up: 9 am-noon & 1-4 pm on 7/22, 1-4 pm & 5-7:30 pm on 7/23 and 9 am-noon, 7/24, Vilas Park Shoe; 9 am-noon, 7/25, Door Creek Park; 1-4 pm, 7/25, Olbrich Beach; 10 am-noon, 7/26, Black Earth Community Park; 2-4 pm, 7/26, Firemen's Park, DeForest. Groups RSVP: www.mscr.org. 608-204-3021

Kids StuffDaily starting 07/22/14
Columbia County Fair
7/23-27, Veterans Memorial Field, Portage, with exhibits, food, carnival. Grandstand Thursday: Vince Anthony 7 pm. Saturday: Demo derby 7 pm. Sunday: Truck/tractor pull 3 pm. Free admission. columbiacofair.com. 608-697-5307

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 07/23/14
Racine County Fair
7/23-27, Fairgrounds. Grandstand Thursday: Uncle Kracker 8 pm. Friday: Jana Kramer 7 pm. Saturday: Charlie Daniels 8:30 pm. $9/day. www.racinecountyfair.com. 262-878-3895

Out of TownDaily starting 07/23/14
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
SummerStage Theater's "Talley's Folly"
A glimpse at the courtship of unlikely lovers, 7:30 pm, 7/24-26, 7/31-8/2 & 7-9, Lapham Peak State Park, Delafield. $17. 262-337-1560

Out of TownDaily starting 07/24/14
Fierce! International Queer Burlesque Festival
7/24-27. Thursday: Kick-off party with Peach Pies Caburlesque, MCs Cass Marie, Sexual Chocolate, 10 pm, Plan B ($8). Friday: Sweetpea, Po' Chop, MC Kaiser Colonic, 9 pm, Majestic ($15). Saturday: Tigger, Red Bone, MCs Peach Pies Caburlesque, 10 pm, Five ($15). Sunday: Elizabeth Couteau, Mad City Sisters, 1 pm, Shamrock ($8). www.fiercequeerburlesque.com

Theater and DanceDaily starting 07/24/14Pick
Madison Metro Bus Notes
On 7/25: Buses detour from King Street; Routes 10,27 & 28 detour from Blair Street through 4:30 pm. On 7/26-27: Route 7 detours from Williamson Street; Buses follow Capitol Loop detour. Wednesdays through 7/30: Buses follow Capitol Loop Detour from 3 pm until end of service. Farmers' market detours: Buses follow Capitol Loop Detour Saturdays until 3:10 pm; Routes 1, 11 7 19 detour from Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. until 2 pm. Ongoing detours: Route 29 detours from Northside Town Center; 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 07/24/14
Book Sale
9 am-8 pm on 7/24, 9 am-5:30 pm on 7/25 and 9 am-1:30 pm, 7/26, Portage Library. 608-742-4959

WordsDaily starting 07/24/14 @ 9:00am
Danceworks Thesis Show
MFA candidate performances, 7:30 pm on 7/24-25 and 4 & 7 pm, 7/26, UW-Milwaukee-Mitchell Hall Studio 254, Milwaukee. $17. 414-229-4308

Out of TownDaily starting 07/24/14
Cradle of American Haiku Festival
Readings, workshops, potlucks & more, 7/25-27, The Foundry Books, Mineral Point (and other venues). $45/weekend. info@foundrybooks.com. 608-987-4363

WordsDaily starting 07/25/14
Daylight in the Swamp
Free concert, 6:30 pm, 7/25, Veteran's Park, Cambridge. www.cambridgewiarts.org

Music: More Music07/25/14 @ 6:30pm
Prairie Dog Blues Festival
7/25-26, St. Feriole Island, Prairie du Chien. $30/day ($50 weekend). www.prairiedogblues.com. 888-567-1567

Out of TownDaily starting 07/25/14
Pozitive Lite
Support group for HIV-positive men who have sex with men

LGBT07/25/14 @ 5:30pm
WIAA State Summer Baseball Tournament
Semifinals noon, championship 6:35 pm, 7/25, Concordia University-Kapco Park, Mequon. $8/session. 715-344-8580

Sports07/25/14
DeBracey Jousting Knights & Steeds
Gladiators & cowboys performance, 8 pm on 7/18-19 & 25 and 4 pm, 7/20 & 26-27, LaValle Arena. $10 ($5 kids). www.debraceyproductions.com. 608-807-6723

Out of TownDaily starting 07/25/14
Stargazing
With the Friends of Donald Park & Madison Astronomical Society, 8 pm, 7/25, Donald Park-Pop's Knoll picnic area, Mount Horeb, with telescopes provided. Rain date 7/26. www.donaldpark.org

Environment07/25/14 @ 8:00pm
Star Party
Iowa County Astronomers presentation, 7:30 pm, 7/25, Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center, Spring Green, plus sky viewing through telescopes 9 pm. Free. icastro.org

Environment07/25/14
Broadway Theater Center Open House
Self-guided tours, performances by resident arts companies, 5-9 pm, 7/25, 158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee. Free. 414-291-7800

Out of Town07/25/14 @ 5:00pm
Pleasant Springs Garden Tour
Stoughton Inclusive Dream Park fundraiser, 10 am-3 pm, 7/25-26, at gardens in Stoughton & Cottage Grove, plus raffle & silent auction. $12. Locations/ticket info: www.stoughtondreampark.org

MarketsGardensDaily starting 07/25/14
White Church Theatre Project's "Promethean Dream"
Lecture by director Steven Wasson & company members, 7 pm, 7/25, former Wyoming Valley Church, 6348 Hwy. 23, south of Spring Green. Donations. 815-441-8828

Theater and Dance07/25/14 @ 7:00pm
AtwoodFest
Annual benefit for Wil-Mar Center, SASYNA & SARA, 7/26-27, Atwood Avenue's 2000 block, with music, kids' activities, food. Saturday: North stage: Lazydeadpoet 12:15 pm, Altered Five 2 pm, Corey Hart 3:45 pm, Kwamekaze Reggae 5:30 pm, The Mustache 7:15 pm. South stage: Delta Routine noon, Chris Aaron Band 1:45 pm, Madpolecats 3:30 pm, Charles Walker Band 5:15 pm, VO5 7 pm. Sunday: North stage: Kyle Henderson 12:15 pm, Edward David Anderson 2 pm, Steepwater Band 3:45 pm, Mojo Radio 5:45 pm. South stage: WheelHouse noon, Westside Andy/Mel Ford with Barrelhouse Chuck 1:45 pm, Sonny Knight & the Lakers 3:30 pm, Steely Dane 5:15 pm. www.atwoodfest.org

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 07/26/14Pick
Pedal & Party in Pardeeville with a Purpose
Annual Multiple Sclerosis Society bike ride fundraiser, with routes of 60 miles at 8 am, 30/40 miles at 9 am & 10 miles at 10 am, 7/26, from Chandler Park, Pardeeville (registration 7:30 am), followed by lunch at Caddyshack Bar. $35 ($70/family; $30/$60 through 7/25). www.pedalandparty.com. 608-225-3578

Recreation07/26/14
Janesville Historic Walking Tour
With Rock County Historical Society, 9 am, 7/26, from Jefferson Park. Free. 608-756-4509

Special Interests07/26/14 @ 9:00am
UW Lakeshore Nature Preserve Work Day
9 am-noon, 7/26, meet at Picnic Point entrance (Lot 129). Canceled if rain. bscriver@fpm.wisc.edu. 608-220-5560

Environment07/26/14 @ 9:00am
Fetch Wisconsin Lemonade Sale
Dog shelter benefit, 9 am-1 pm, 7/26, Kicks Unlimited, Sun Prairie. $2/glass. 608-834-9992

Special Interests07/26/14 @ 9:00am
Beer to the Rescue
Underdog Pet Rescue fundraiser celebrating new location, 6-9 pm, 7/26, 231 S. Fair Oaks Ave., with Furthermore beers, hors d'oeuvres, adoptable pets. $15. beertotherescue.eventbrite.com. 608-224-0018

Special Events07/26/14 @ 6:00pm
Sandra Klingbeil, Nathan Meyer, Paul Raymond
"Ophelia, the Leopard Chair & A Blue Diamond Buffet," 7/26-27, Home & Office Upholstery, 2307 Atwood Ave. 608-244-8761

ArtDaily starting 07/26/14
1st Brigade Band
Free concert, 6:30 pm, 7/26, Witwen Park, Witwen. 608-544-5362

Music: More Music07/26/14 @ 6:30pm
Mad Town Talls
Meeting for German Fest, 2 pm, 7/26, Miller Oasis by main gate; and 10:15 am, 7/27, Marcus Ampitheater, Milwaukee. Carpool info/RSVP: 608-206-6825

Special Interests07/26/14
CultureWorks Field Trip
Artifact collection, 10 am, 7/26, New Lisbon Library, followed by New Lisbon Indian Mounds Park. Free; bring lunch. cultureworks.wi@gmail.com. 608-356-3556

Special Interests07/26/14 @ 10:00am
Kickboxing
Free training & open gym, 8 am-noon, 7/26, 9Round Madison East, 4522 E. Washington Ave.-Suite 5, plus nutrition workshops at noon. Free. 608-310-5220

Health07/26/14 @ 8:00am
The Prairie Enthusiasts Field Trip
10 am, 7/26, Avoca Prairie & Savanna State Natural Area, Hay Lane Road. 608-635-4160

Environment07/26/14 @ 10:00am
White Church Theatre Project's "Waiting for Ulysses"
Penelope's side of Homer's "Odyssey," 7 pm on 7/26 & 28 and 4 pm, 7/27, former Wyoming Valley Church, 6348 Hwy. 23, south of Spring Green. Donations. 815-441-8828

Theater and DanceDaily starting 07/26/14
White Church Theatre Project
Open mime class, 11 am, 7/26, Wyoming Valley Church, 6348 Hwy. 23, south of Spring Green. Donations. 815-441-8828

Arts Notices07/26/14 @ 11:00am
FEED Kitchens Information Session
For those interested in using the new business incubator/shared commercial kitchens, 2 pm, 7/26, 1219 N. Sherman Ave. RSVP: feedmanager@northsidemadison.org. 608-204-7015

General Notices07/26/14 @ 2:00pm
Cowboy Sing-a-Long & Costume Party
With Buffalo Bill & his gang, 9 pm, 7/26, Old Baraboo Inn. 608-356-2528

Music: More Music07/26/14 @ 9:00pm
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 7/27, from 3016 Lake Mendota Dr. 608-698-0104

Environment07/27/14 @ 1:30pm
Ice Age Trail Alliance-Dane County Work Day
Weeding, 9 am, 7/27, Lodi Marsh State Wildlife Area (kiosk). dpjenkins@tds.net. 608-836-8879

Environment07/27/14 @ 9:00am
Trisha Brown Dance Company
"Early Works," 12:30 & 3:30 pm, 7/27, Lynden Sculpture Garden, Milwaukee. $35. 414-382-6044

Out of Town07/27/14
Kristy Larson Trio
Free concert, 6:30 pm, 7/27, Village Park, New Glarus. 608-527-2095

Music: More Music07/27/14 @ 6:30pm
Green Lake Festival of Music
Choral institute finale concert, 3 pm, 7/27, Ripon College-Rodman Center for the Arts. 920-748-9398

Out of Town07/27/14 @ 3:00pm
UW Arboretum Walk
Greene Prairie & Grady Knoll, 1 pm, 7/27, meet at Grady Tract parking lot. 608-263-7888

Environment07/27/14 @ 1:00pm
Sports for Active Seniors Hiking
Lodi Marsh Ice Age Trail walk, meet 9:30 am, 7/27, Middleton Park & Ride (jhmail@charter.net. 608-335-8164)

Seniors07/27/14
LOCATION CHANGE: AquaPalooza
Free on-water celebration, 11 am-4 pm, 7/27, SkipperBud's/Lake Mendota, with music by Midlife Crisis. 608-246-2628

Special Events07/27/14 @ 11:00am
EAA AirVenture
Experimental Aircraft Association's annual fly-in, gates open 7 am, 7/28-8/3, Wittman Regional Airport, Oshkosh, with 10,000+ airplanes on display, seminars, entertainment, air shows. $43/day ($22 ages 6-18). www.airventure.org. 800-236-4800

Out of TownDaily starting 07/28/14
Art Cart
MMoCA & MSCR's free outdoor program for ages 3 & up: 1-4 pm, 7/28, Lucia Crest Park; 5-7:30 pm, 7/28, Garner Park; 9 am-noon, 7/29, Segoe Park; 1-4 pm, 7/29, Yahara Place Park; 1-4 pm, 7/30, Eagle Heights Community Center; 5-7:30 pm, 7/30, Walnut Grove Park; 9 am-noon, 7/31, Leopold School; 1-4 pm, 7/31, Elver Park; 9 am-noon, 8/1, Richmond Hills Park; 1-4 pm, 8/1, Warner Beach. Groups RSVP: www.mscr.org. 608-204-3021

Kids StuffDaily starting 07/28/14
South Madison Coalition of the Elderly
Romnes Apartments: Yoga 3 pm Wednesdays. 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 07/28/14
Wisconsin Valley Fair
7/29-8/3, Marathon Park, Wausau. wisconsinvalleyfair.com. $9/day. 715-261-1539

Out of TownDaily starting 07/29/14
Sports for Active Seniors Canoeing
Wisconsin River, meet 8:30 am, 7/29, Middleton Park & Ride (rain date 7/31; 608-833-0904)

Seniors07/29/14
Mighty Kids
Free Meriter-UnityPoint Health running program for ages 5-14, 5:45 pm Tuesdays, 7/29-9/23, Edward Klief Park. RSVP for series: meriter.com. 608-417-5605

Kids Stuff07/29/14 @ 5:45pm
Scott Emmons
"Diamond, King, to P!nk: Jews Who Rocked the '70s through Today," 7 pm, 7/29, Jewish Museum Milwaukee. $8. RSVP: www.jewishmuseummilwaukee.org. 414-390-5756

Out of Town07/29/14 @ 7:00pm
FEED Kitchens Information Session
For those interested in using the new business incubator/shared commercial kitchens, 6 pm, 7/29, 1219 N. Sherman Ave. RSVP: feedmanager@northsidemadison.org. 608-204-7015

General Notices07/29/14 @ 6:00pm
Door County Fair
7/30-8/3, John Miles Fair Park Sturgeon Bay, with carnival, exhibits, kids' tent. Wednesday: Stock car racing 6:30 pm, Vic Ferrari 7:30 pm. Thursday: Road Trip 7:30 pm. Friday: Boogie & the Yo-Yoz 7:30 pm. Saturday: Madison County 7:30 pm. Sunday: Racing 1:30 pm. $13-$5/day. www.doorcountyfair.com. 920-746-7126

Out of TownDaily starting 07/30/14
Sports for Active Seniors Biking
Lake Monona loop, 9 am, 7/30, from UW Arboretum Visitor Center (608-575-9685)

Seniors07/30/14
ACT Ride
AIDS Network Cycles Together's annual fundraiser ride of about 300 miles, 7/31-8/3 across south central Wisconsin; Century Day option 8/2. Opening ceremonies 7 am, 7/31, Olbrich Park; closing ceremonies 2:30 pm, 8/3, Capitol Square. $80 registration (plus pledges). RSVP: www.actride.org. 608-252-6540

RecreationDaily starting 07/31/14
SummerStage Theater's "Talley's Folly"
A glimpse at the courtship of unlikely lovers, 7:30 pm, 7/24-26, 7/31-8/2 & 7-9, Lapham Peak State Park, Delafield. $17. 262-337-1560

Out of TownThursdays
Grateful Garcia Gathering
Annual all-ages jam band celebration, 7/31-8/4, Kickapoo Stump Dodger Campground, Gays Mills, with Terrapin Flyer, Melvin Seals, Mark Karan, Mr. Blotto, many others. $70/weekend adv. gratefulgarciagathering.com

Out of TownDaily starting 07/31/14
Brat Days
7/31-8/2, Kiwanis Park, Sheboygan, with music, kids' area, food, carnival. Free admission. www.brat-days.com. 920-803-8980

Out of TownDaily starting 07/31/14
Plugged In
Free concert, 6:30 pm, 7/31, Larson Park, McFarland, plus ice cream & root beer. Donations benefit food pantry & AIDS Network. 608-838-9322

Music: More Music07/31/14 @ 6:30pm
RSVP for Mount Horeb Chamber Golf Outing
Best ball scramble, 2 pm, 8/7, Norsk Golf Bowl, Mount Horeb (registration 12:30 pm), with putting contest 1 pm, dinner 6 pm, raffle. $55 ($30 dinner only). RSVP by 7/31: www.trollway.com. 608-437-5914

Recreation07/31/14
Whiplash
Free concert, 6:30 pm, 7/31, The Square, Monroe. 608-328-4023

Music: More Music07/31/14 @ 6:30pm
North Face Endurance Challenge Training Run
With ultrarunner Dean Karnazes: 6:30 pm, 7/31, Fontana Sports-Downtown; 6:30 am, 8/1, Capitol (by Lady Forward); 6:30 pm, 8/1, North Face-Midvale Blvd. Free. 608-233-1399

RecreationDaily starting 07/31/14
Coffee Club
Q&A with Edward Jones financial advisor Zach Kuehl, 9:30 am, 7/31, 2010 Eastwood Dr., Suite 102. RSVP: 608-249-0622

Special Interests07/31/14 @ 9:30am
Muskets & Memories
Annual Civil War-era encampment, 8/1-3, Kronshage Park, Boscobel. $8/day ($4 ages 7-12). www.musketsandmemories.net. 608-872-2274

Out of TownDaily starting 08/01/14
CANCELED: Andre Williams & the Goldstars
House concert, 9 pm, 8/1, 1326 MacArthur Rd. $15 donation. RSVP: righteousmusicmgmt@gmail.com. 608-358-9453

Music: More Music08/01/14 @ 9:00pm
Utica Fest
8/1-3, Utica Community Association Park (intersection of Hwys B & W), with softball tournament, raffles, beer tent. Friday: Horse pull 6 pm, Madison County 8:30 pm. Saturday: Tractor pulls 10 am & 1 pm, Home Talent League baseball 1 pm, mini-rods 5 pm, Shotgun Jane 8 pm. Sunday: Tractor pull 10:30 am, Jesse Walker noon, truck pull 3 pm, fireworks dusk. www.uticapark.org. 608-698-8300

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 08/01/14
Summerset Festival of the Arts
Annual event, 8/1-3, UW-Baraboo/Sauk County, with concerts, workshops, exhibits, food. Most events free; dinners $30-$15. Schedule: baraboo.uwc.edu/campus/arts/summerset. 608-355-5300

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 08/01/14
Cambridge Maxwell Street Days
Annual summer sidewalk sales, 8/1-2, Main Street, Cambridge, plus community garage sales, library book sale. www.cambridgewi.com. 608-423-3780

Special EventsDaily starting 08/01/14
White Church Theatre Project's "The Creative Work"
Final session of student creations, 7 pm, 8/1, former Wyoming Valley Church, 6348 Hwy. 23, south of Spring Green. Donations. 815-441-8828

Theater and Dance08/01/14 @ 7:00pm
UW Arboretum Volunteer Work Day
Wingra oak savanna, 9 am-noon, 8/2, meet at Arbor Drive parking lot. Canceled if rain. 608-265-5214

Environment08/02/14 @ 9:00am
Bike MS: Best Dam Bike Ride
National Multiple Sclerosis Society fundraiser, 7:30 am, 8/2, Waukesha County Tech-Pewaukee Campus; overnight in Whitewater; finishes 8/3, WPS Insurance Headquarters. $55 ($45 through 5/31; plus minimum $300 pledges; one-day option available). RSVP: www.bikemswisconsin.org. 800-242-3358

RecreationDaily starting 08/02/14
Mineral Point Gallery Night
12 participating galleries, 5-9 pm, 8/2. Locations: mineralpoint.com. 608-987-3201

Art08/02/14 @ 5:00pm
Conservation Park Tour
Guided Madison Parks paddling (bring your own craft), 8 am, 8/2, Cherokee Marsh, 5002 School Rd. Free. 608-266-4711

Environment08/02/14 @ 8:00am
First Saturdays
Art, music & family activities, 10 am-noon, 8/2, Main Street, Stoughton. 608-877-9035

Special Events08/02/14 @ 10:00am
Ice Age Trail Alliance-Dane County Work Day
Weeding, 9 am, 8/2, Liebetrau Prairie, Pine Road, Cross Plains. Directions: nattrails@aol.com. 608-249-2421

Environment08/02/14 @ 9:00am
Shane Sweeney, Ryan Parker
House concert, 9 pm, 8/2, 1326 MacArthur Rd. $8 donation. RSVP: righteousmusicmgmt@gmail.com. 608-358-9453

Music: More Music08/02/14 @ 9:00pm
Madison Gay Video Club
"The Last Match" and "Going West," 8 pm, 8/2, confidential location: www.mgvc.org. 608-244-8690

LGBT08/02/14 @ 8:00pm
One Love Beach Party
All-ages activities, 1-11 pm, 8/2, Crystal Lake Campground, Lodi, with music by Kojo, games, horse-drawn wagon rides, food. Free admission. 608-592-5607

Special Events08/02/14 @ 1:00pm
Sports for Active Seniors Biking
400 state trail ride, 10 am, 8/2, from trail head at Reedsburg train depot (carpool info: 608-221-3926)

Seniors08/02/14
The Fun-Raiser
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin benefit, 4-9 pm, 8/2, Tenney Park, with music by Double Dubbs, Tani Diakite, Red Rose & The Handphibians, games, food (donations); afterparty 10 pm, High Noon Saloon, with music by 4th Coast, Warm Wet Rag, Intelescope ($8). www.facebook.com/events/1474316269464245. 608-444-9052

Special Events08/02/14 @ 4:00pmPick
White Church Theatre Project's "Waiting for Ulysses"
Penelope's side of Homer's "Odyssey," 7 pm on 8/2 & 4 and 4 pm, 8/3, former Wyoming Valley Church, 6348 Hwy. 23, south of Spring Green. Donations. 815-441-8828

Theater and DanceDaily starting 08/02/14
The LEGO Movie
Free outdoor film screening (2013), 8:30 pm, 8/2, Brittingham Boats. 608-250-2555

Kids Stuff08/02/14 @ 8:30pm
Volksfest
Swiss Independence Day celebration, noon-4 pm, 8/3, Wilhelm Tell Shooting Park, New Glarus, plus music & dancing 4-6 pm. $7 (kids $1). www.newglarusmaennerchor.org. 608-527-2095

Fairs and Festivals08/03/14 @ 12:00pm
St. Mesrob Armenian Fest
Annual event, 11 am-6 pm, 8/3, Festival Park, Racine, with food, music, dancing. 262-639-6076

Out of Town08/03/14 @ 11:00am
Hymn Sing
Rural Musicians Forum sing-along led by Dawn Van Epps & Marilyn Dunn, 2 pm, 8/3, Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center, 6306 Hwy. 23 south of Spring Green. Free/donations. 608-588-5851

Music: More Music08/03/14 @ 2:00pm
Mad Town Talls
Meeting for Concord Chamber Orchestra concert, 1:30 pm, 8/3, Lions Legend Park, Franklin, with dinner following. Carpool/info: 608-206-6825

Special Interests08/03/14
Friends of Cherokee Marsh Walk
Birding with Madison Audubon, 1:30 pm, 8/3, Cherokee Marsh North Unit, 6098 N. Sherman Ave. 608-215-0426

Environment08/03/14 @ 1:30pm
Restless Leg Sleepdisorder
Free talk on the neurological condition that causes irritating feelings in the legs when at rest, 6:30 pm, 8/4, 5804 Ledgemont Ct., Fitchburg. 608-276-4002

Health08/04/14 @ 6:30pm
Art Cart
MMoCA & MSCR's free outdoor program for ages 3 & up: 1-4 pm, 8/4, Meadowood Park; 5-7:30 pm, 8/4, Westmorland Park; 9 am-noon, 8/5, Elvehjem Park; 1-4 pm, 8/5, East Madison Community Center; 1-4 pm, 8/6, Hoyt Park; 5-7:30 pm, 8/6, Wexford Park; 9 am-noon, 8/7, Huegel School; 1-4 pm, 8/7, Worthington Park; 9 am-noon, 8/8, Kennedy Park; 1-4 pm, 8/8, Tenney Beach. Groups RSVP: www.mscr.org. 608-204-3021

Kids StuffDaily starting 08/04/14
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
Nine Thirty Standard
6:30 pm, 8/5, Meyer Oak Grove Park, Sauk City. Free. 608-643-2421

Music: More Music08/05/14 @ 6:30pm
RSVP for Evening at Westport Drumlin
Natural Heritage Land Trust tour/hike, 6:30 pm, 8/7, 5208 Bong Rd., Waunakee. Free. RSVP by 8/5: nhlt.org. 608-258-9797

Environment08/05/14
Wisconsin Department of Transportation Public Meeting
On proposed I-39/90 & I-43/WIS 81 interchange alternatives, 5-7 pm, 8/5, Beloit Library. 608-884-7134

General Notices08/05/14 @ 5:00pm
Tim Whalen Nonet, Nuggernaut
Jazz at Five series, 4:15 pm, 8/6, State Street's 100 block. Free. www.jazzatfive.org

Music: More Music08/06/14 @ 4:15pm
Sports for Active Seniors Biking
10 miles, meet 9 am, 8/6, Veterans Park, Cambridge (608-288-8349)

Seniors08/06/14
Sports for Active Seniors Biking
Capitol City Trail, meet 10:30 am, 8/6, corner of Syene & McCoy roads (608-239-3488)

Seniors08/06/14
Watertown Riverfest
Annual event, 8/7-10, Riverside Park, with music, carnival, food, sports. Thursday: Johnny Wad 5:45 pm, Slaughter 8:45 pm. Friday: Yard Dog Charlie 11:45 am, Problem of Interest 3 pm, Southern Tradition 4:30 pm, The Toys 7:15 pm, fireworks 10 pm. Saturday: The Britins noon, King Comets 3 pm, Rebel Grace 6 pm, Here Come the Mummies 8:45 pm. Sunday: Car show 9 am-4 pm, Ultimate Legends Show noon, Pat McCurdy 3 pm, Hotel California 6 pm. Free admission. watertownriverfest.com

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 08/07/14
A Conversation about Fertility
Free Forward Fertility talk, 8 pm, 8/7, A Place to Be, 911 Williamson St. 608-217-7511

Families08/07/14 @ 8:00pm
Paint the Point
Arts Mineral Point benefit "plein air" competition, 8/7-9, throughout Mineral Point; display/silent auction noon-7 pm, 8/9. Registration $48/$30; spectators free. www.artsmp.org

ArtDaily starting 08/07/14
The Water Liars, The Midwest Beat
House concert, 8 pm, 8/7, 1326 MacArthur Rd. $10 donation. RSVP: righteousmusicmgmt@gmail.com. 608-358-9453

Music: More Music08/07/14 @ 8:00pm
Belleville Community Picnic
8/7-10, Sugar River Park, with sports, kids' activities. Saturday: Fun run 8 am (registration 7 am, $20), Madison County 8 pm. www.facebook.com/pages/Belleville-Community-Picnic/139229536149076

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 08/07/14
SummerStage Theater's "Talley's Folly"
A glimpse at the courtship of unlikely lovers, 7:30 pm, 7/24-26, 7/31-8/2 & 7-9, Lapham Peak State Park, Delafield. $17. 262-337-1560

Out of TownDaily starting 08/07/14
LaCrosse Irishfest
10th annual event, 8/8-10, Oktoberfest Grounds, LaCrosse, with music, dancing, market, kids' activities. $15/day ($20 adv./weekend). www.irishfestlacrosse.org. 608-785-8153

Out of TownDaily starting 08/08/14
Black Earth Field Days
8/8-10, Veteran's Park, Black Earth, with sports & games for all ages, food/beer tent. Sunday: Parade noon. www.blackearth.org. 608-767-3844

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 08/08/14
Emily Earle
7 pm, 8/8, Wildwood Station Pavillion, Marshfield. $25/$20 ($21/$16 adv.). voxconcertseries.com. 715-502-9850

Out of Town08/08/14 @ 7:00pm
Waukesha Blues Fest
1-10:30 pm, 8/8-9, Naga-Waukee Park, Delafield. Friday: Matt Tyner 1 pm, Wapa2li 2 pm, Misha Siegfried 3 pm, South End Blues Band 4:30 pm, Extra Crispy Brass Band 6 pm, Selwyn Birchwood 7:30 pm, Canned Heat 9 pm. Saturday: Steve Cohen 1 pm, Gerome Durham 2 pm, Blues Disciples 3 pm, Tweed Funk 4:30 pm, Jim Suhler & Monkey Beat 6 pm, Trampled Under Foot 7:30 pm, Curtis Salgado 9 pm. $20/day ($35 weekend). www.waukeshabluesfest.com. 800-366-1961

Out of TownDaily starting 08/08/14 @ 1:00pm
Ladies Must Swing
Free concert, 6:30 pm, 8/8, Veteran's Park, Cambridge. www.cambridgewiarts.org

Music: More Music08/08/14 @ 6:30pm
Pozitive Lite
Support group for HIV-positive men who have sex with men

LGBT08/08/14 @ 5:30pm
RSVP for Farm-to-Feast
FairShare CSA Coalition benefit dinner, 6:30 pm, 8/11, Edgewater Supper Club, Jefferson, with food from local farms & Tyranena beer pairings. $45. RSVP by 8/8: www.eventbrite.com/e/farm-to-feast-dinner-at-the-edgewater-supper-club-tickets-11766729605. 608-226-0300

Special Events08/08/14
Iola Vintage Military & Tractor Show
Annual event, 8 am, 8/9-10, Iola Old Car Show grounds, with vehicles, equipment, battle re-enactments, talks, swap meet & more. $6/day ($4 ages 6-12). www.iolavms.com. 715-445-4005

Out of TownDaily starting 08/09/14
Hank Cramer
House concert, 7:30 pm, 8/9, 451 N. Few St. $18. RSVP: annedave@chorus.net

Music: More Music08/09/14 @ 7:30pm
Summer Art Classic
Annual juried show, 9 am-4 pm, 8/9, Courthouse lawn, Baraboo, with music, kids' craft area, food. Free admission. www.wi-scaa.org

Fairs and Festivals08/09/14 @ 9:00am
Southwest Bike Path Work Day
10 am-noon, 8/9, meet at intersection with Glenway Street. 608-255-4195

Environment08/09/14 @ 10:00am
Oregon Kids' Triathlon
Swim, bike & run for ages 5-17, 8 am, 8/9, Oregon Community Pool. $45 ($32 through 8/1). www.oregonkidstri.com

Recreation08/09/14 @ 8:00am
Janesville Historic Walking Tour
With Rock County Historical Society, 9 am, 8/9, from St. Patrick's Church. Free. 608-756-4509

Special Interests08/09/14 @ 9:00am
Sauk Prairie Conservation Alliance Work Day
Prairie restoration, 9 am-noon, 8/9, Badger Army Ammunition Plant-Hillside Prairie. RSVP: workdays@saukprairievision.org. 608-206-4856

Environment08/09/14 @ 9:00am
Ice Age Trail Alliance-Dane County Hike
6:45 pm, 8/9, Lodi Marsh State Wildlife Area (kiosk). dpjenkins@tds.net. 608-836-8879

Environment08/09/14 @ 6:45pm
Ice Age Trail Alliance-Dane County Work Day
Black locust cutting, 9 am, 8/9, Brooklyn State Wildlife Area (meet at main lot), Belleville. ahelsley@wisc.edu. 608-231-3479

Environment08/09/14 @ 9:00am
Depot to Depot
Annual 5-mile run/walk, 8:05 am, 8/9, starting at State Bank of Cross Plains, Black Earth & ending at the Mazomanie Depot (registration 7 am). $25 ($15 by 7/31). 608-220-4999

Recreation08/09/14
UW Lakeshore Nature Preserve Work Day
9 am-noon, 8/9, meet at Picnic Point entrance (Lot 129). Canceled if rain. bscriver@fpm.wisc.edu. 608-220-5560

Environment08/09/14 @ 9:00am
Solstice Jazz Band
Free concert, 6:30 pm, 8/9, Witwen Park, Witwen. 608-544-5362

Music: More Music08/09/14 @ 6:30pm
Quilt Show
Rio Community Library benefit, 10 am-4 pm, 8/9, Rio High School, with vendors, silent auction, demonstrations, lunch. $5 admission. 920-992-3206

Special Events08/09/14 @ 10:00am
Battle of the Badges
Charity softball game between Middleton police & fire departments, 11 am, 8/9, Firefighters Memorial Park, Middleton with games, food; also, 5km run/walk 9:30 am (registration 7 am, $30). www.battleofthebadgesmiddleton.com. 608-824-7300

Special Events08/09/14
Outdoor Skills Day
Free all-ages demonstrations, 1-4 pm, 8/9, Horicon Marsh Education & Visitor Center, Hwy. 28, Horicon

Recreation08/09/14 @ 1:00pm
Make-a-Wish Foundation Fundraiser
Noon-6 pm, 8/9, CC Riders Club House, 1325 Parkside Dr., with motorcycle poker run (registration 10:30 am, $10), carnival-themed activities for all ages, silent auction, raffle, food. Free admission. 608-444-9032

Special Events08/09/14 @ 12:00pm
Prairie Day
The Prairie Enthusiasts hosts walks, hayrides, demonstrations & more, 9 am-5 pm, 8/9, Rettenmund Prairie State Natural Area & Pleasant Valley Oak Savanna State Natural Area, Black Earth, and Mounds View Grassland, south of Blue Mounds. www.theprairieenthusiasts.org. 608-824-8638

Environment08/09/14 @ 9:00am
Sports for Active Seniors Biking
Arboretum area, 9:30 am, 8/9, from Dorn's-Midvale parking lot (608-239-3488)

Seniors08/09/14
UW Arboretum Walk
Wingra oak savanna restoration, 1 pm, 8/10, meet at Monroe Street/Arbor Drive parking lot. 608-263-7888

Environment08/10/14 @ 1:00pm
Grant County Fair
8/10-17, Fairgrounds, Lancaster. $5/day. grantcountyfairwi.org. 608-723-2135

Out of TownDaily starting 08/10/14
SOLD OUT: The Baseball Project
House concert, 8 pm, 8/10, 1326 MacArthur Rd. $25 donation. RSVP: righteousmusicmgmt@gmail.com. 608-358-9453

Music: More Music08/10/14 @ 8:00pm
The Prairie Enthusiasts Field Trip
Viewing sedge meadow & oak savanna restoration, 2 pm, 8/10, Sugar River Savanna, 2845 Timber Ln., Verona. tpe.rhenderson@tds.net. 608-845-7065

Environment08/10/14 @ 2:00pm
Art Cart
MMoCA & MSCR's free outdoor program for ages 3 & up: 1-4 pm, 8/11, Windom Way Park; 5-7:30 pm, 8/11, Elmside Circle Park; 9 am-noon, 8/12, Country Grove Park; 1-4 pm, 8/12, Shorewood Elementary School; 1-4 pm, 8/13, Willy Street Park; 5-7:30 pm, 8/13, Warner Park; 9 am-noon, 8/14, Rennebohm Park; 1-4 pm, 8/14, Acewood Park. Groups RSVP: www.mscr.org. 608-204-3021

Kids StuffDaily starting 08/11/14
Fall Primary Election
Voters go to the polls between 7 am-8 pm, 8/12. For specific candidate information: www.cityofmadison.com/clerk or www.countyofdane.com/clerk. 608-266-4601

Government08/12/14 @ 7:00am
Juneau County Fair
8/13-17, Juneau Co. Fairgrounds, Mauston, with juried animal shows, entertainment, parade. Free admission. www.juneaucountyfair.com. 608-847-6192

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 08/13/14
Dodge County Fair
8/13-17, Dodge Co. Fairgrounds, Beaver Dam. Grandstand Sunday: Demo derby 1 & 6 pm. $10 (free ages 9 & under). dodgecountyfairgrounds.com. 920-885-3586

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 08/13/14
Pope Farm Conservancy Walking Tour
6 pm, 8/13, 7740 W. Old Sauk Rd., Verona. Free. 608-620-3306

Environment08/13/14 @ 6:00pm
Alfonso Ponticelli with Swing Gitan, Harmonious Wail, Skai Jazz Band
Jazz at Five series, 4:15 pm, 8/13, State Street's 100 block. Free. www.jazzatfive.org

Music: More Music08/13/14 @ 4:15pm
Yahara Lakes 101
Clean Lakes Alliance series, "Blue-Green Algal Toxins in Lake Mendota," 7:30 am, 8/14, Bluephies Cafe-Verex Building. $10. RSVP: cleanlakesalliance.com. 608-255-1000

Environment08/14/14 @ 7:30am
McFarland Community Band
Free concert, 6:30 pm, 8/14, Larson Park, McFarland, plus ice cream & root beer. Donations benefit food pantry & AIDS Network. 608-838-9322

Music: More Music08/14/14 @ 6:30pm
Middleton Kids Triathlon
Tri 4 Schools fundraiser swim/bike/run for ages 3-14, starting 8:30-10:30 am, 8/16, Bauman Aquatic Center, Middleton (packet pick up 4-7 pm, 8/15, Fourier Fitness; day-of registration 7 am). $30. RSVP: www.tri4schools.com. 608-845-9879

Kids StuffDaily starting 08/15/14
Summer Set Music & Camping Festival
8/15-17, Somerset Amphitheater, with Bassnectar, Wu-Tang Clan, Kaskade, Big Gigantic, Disco Biscuits, many more. $123/weekend adv. www.summersetfestival.com

Out of TownDaily starting 08/15/14
Badger Steam & Gas Engine Club
Annual show, 8 am-5 pm, 8/15-17, showgrounds along Sand Road, off Hwy. 33 north of Baraboo, with Rumely Products theme, flea market. www.badgersteamandgas.com. 608-522-4905

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 08/15/14 @ 8:00am
Can't Touch This
Free concert, 6:30 pm, 8/15, The Square, Monroe. 608-328-4023

Music: More Music08/15/14 @ 6:30pm
UW Arboretum Volunteer Work Day
9 am-noon, 8/16, meet at Grady Tract parking lot. Canceled if rain. 608-265-5214

Environment08/16/14 @ 9:00am
Columbus Red Bud Players & Missoula Children's Theater's "The Secret Garden"
Musical adaptation of the book, 2 & 6 pm, 8/16, Columbus Middle School. $5 (free ages under 5). columbusredbud@gmail.com

Kids Stuff08/16/14
Prospect Gardens Volunteer Work Day
9 am-noon, 8/16, Prospect Street ramps (Southwest bike path). jblasczyk13@gmail.com

Environment08/16/14 @ 9:00am
Friendship Village Celebrates Zona Gale
Annual event remembering the Pulitzer-winning dramatist, author & suffrage activist, 10 am-4 pm, 8/16, downtown Portage, with tours, exhibits, readings. www.portagewi.com. 608-742-2228

Special Events08/16/14 @ 10:00am
Oconomowoc Festival of Arts
10 am-5 pm, 8/16-17, Fowler Park, Oconomowoc, with juried exhibition, music stages, kids' art tent & food. oconomowocarts.org

Out of TownDaily starting 08/16/14 @ 10:00am
The Barley Jacks
Free concert, 6:30 pm, 8/16, Witwen Park, Witwen. 608-544-5362

Music: More Music08/16/14 @ 6:30pm
Mad Town Talls
Meeting for Irish Fest ($17 admission), 1:30 pm, 8/16, Maier Festival Park, Milwaukee. Info/carpool: 608-206-6825

Special Interests08/16/14
Madison Gay Video Club
"Dallas Buyers Club" and "Ficken, Vol. 1," 8 pm, 8/16, confidential location: www.mgvc.org. 608-244-8690

LGBT08/16/14 @ 8:00pm
MadCity Bazaar
Artisans, food & vintage items, 10 am-4 pm, 8/17, Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce parking lot, 615 E. Washington Ave. madcitybazaarllc@gmail.com

Special Interests08/17/14 @ 10:00am
Chris Mills
House concert, 8 pm, 8/17, 1326 MacArthur Rd. $20 donation. RSVP: www.undertowtickets.com. 608-358-9453

Music: More Music08/17/14 @ 8:00pm
Clean Wisconsin & Friends Bike Club
Social ride, 5:30 pm, 8/19, from CW office. Free. cleanwisconsin.org. 608-251-7020

Recreation08/19/14 @ 5:30pm
Ice Age Trail Alliance Mobile Skills Crew
Volunteers needed, 8/19-24, St. Croix Falls segment, Polk County. RSVP: mobileskills.iceagetrail.org. 608-798-4453

Environment08/19/14
Sauk Prairie High School Band
6:30 pm, 8/19, Meyer Oak Grove Park, Sauk City. Free. 608-643-2421

Music: More Music08/19/14 @ 6:30pm
Veterans Mental Health & Homelessness Summit
Tomah VA Medical Center event, 8 am-2 pm, 8/20, Cranberry Country Lodge, Tomah, with breakout sessions, keynote by Judge Todd Bjerke. scott.farley@va.gov. 608-372-3971 ext. 67759

Health08/20/14 @ 9:00am
Arturo O'Farrill Trio, Sweet Minute Band, West End Combo
Jazz at Five series, 4:15 pm, 8/20, State Street's 100 block. Free. www.jazzatfive.org

Music: More Music08/20/14 @ 4:15pm
Send Your Legislator Down the River
Annual Rock River Coalition event, 4:30 pm, 8/20, Edgewater Supper Club, Fort Atkinson, with meal 4:30 pm, town hall meeting 4:45 pm, launch canoes 6 pm. $30 includes canoe rental ($25 through 8/11; meal extra). RSVP: www.rockrivercoalition.org. 920-674-7443

Environment08/20/14 @ 4:00pm
RSVP for Barbecue on the Banks
Annual River Alliance of Wisconsin picnic & farm tour, noon-3 pm, 8/24, Farm 45, Jackson. $35 (free ages 12 & under). RSVP by 8/21: www.wisconsinrivers.org. 608-257-2424

Special Events08/21/14
Black Water Gin
Free concert, 6:30 pm, 8/21, The Square, Monroe. 608-328-4023

Music: More Music08/21/14 @ 6:30pm
Great River Folk Festival
8/22-24, Riverside Park, La Crosse, with dance, crafts, kids' activities, workshops. $100 weekend pass. www.greatriverfolkfest.org. 608-784-3033

Out of TownDaily starting 08/22/14
Phat Tuesday
Free concert, 6:30 pm, 8/22, Veteran's Park, Cambridge. www.cambridgewiarts.org

Music: More Music08/22/14 @ 6:30pm
Pozitive Lite
Support group for HIV-positive men who have sex with men

LGBT08/22/14 @ 5:30pm
Taste of Portage Market Fair
8/22-23, downtown Portage. Friday: Chameleon 7 pm. Saturday: Craft show 9 am-4 pm, car show 9 am-3 pm, Late 4 Dinner 10:30 am, kids' activities 11 am-3 pm. Free admission. www.portagewi.com. 608-742-6242

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 08/22/14
Columbus Red Bud Players' "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee"
Musical, 7:30 pm on 8/22-23 and 2 pm, 8/24, Columbus Middle School. $10. columbusredbud@gmail.com

Theater and DanceDaily starting 08/22/14
Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show
10 am-5 pm, 8/23, downtown New Glarus. www.swisstown.com. 608-527-2095

Special Interests08/23/14 @ 10:00am
Brittingham Fishing Festival
Free all-ages clinics, demonstrations & info booths from local organizations, 11 am-3 pm, 8/23, Brittingham Boats. 608-250-2555

Recreation08/23/14 @ 11:00am
Janesville Historic Walking Tour
With Rock County Historical Society, 9 am, 8/23, from Columbus Circle. Free. 608-756-4509

Special Interests08/23/14 @ 9:00am
Mad City Open
Annual Professional Disc Golf Associaton tournament, 8/23-24, Bird's Ruins, Capital Springs, Hiestand & Vallarta-Ast parks. Spectators free; participant info: www.madcityopen.org. 608-222-0512

SportsDaily starting 08/23/14
Tall Tales Music Festival
8/22-23, The Coffee House, Burlington, with music by Amanda Shires, Count This Penny, Andrew Combs, Los Colognes, Kalispell, Tom Brosseau, Adrianne Gonzalez, Maia Sharp, Garrison Starr, Duke Otherwise, youth educational workshops. Free. 262-332-0238

Out of Town08/23/14 @ 9:00am
University Heights Walking Tour
With Madison Trust for Historic Preservation, 11 am, 8/23, from corner of Prospect & Van Hise avenues. $10 includes drink at Blue Moon. 608-441-8864

Special Interests08/23/14 @ 11:00am
UW Lakeshore Nature Preserve Work Day
9 am-noon, 8/23, meet at Picnic Point entrance (Lot 129). Canceled if rain. bscriver@fpm.wisc.edu. 608-220-5560

Environment08/23/14 @ 9:00am
Larry Busch Big Band
Free concert, 6:30 pm, 8/23, Witwen Park, Witwen. 608-544-5362

Music: More Music08/23/14 @ 6:30pm
Ride the Drive
Roads closed to vehicle traffic for biking, skating or walking, 10 am-3 pm, 8/24, Atwood & South Fair Oaks avenues area, plus family activities, info booths, food, music & more. Free; volunteers/sponsors also needed. Route: www.cityofmadison.com/ridethedrive. 608-266-4711

Special Events08/24/14 @ 10:00am
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 8/24, from 3016 Lake Mendota Dr. 608-698-0104

Environment08/24/14 @ 1:30pm
Rural Musicians Forum
Outdoor concert by Harmonious Wail, 6:30 pm, 8/24, Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center, Hwy. 23 south of Spring Green. $10. ruralmusiciansforum.org. 414-239-7952

Music: More Music08/24/14 @ 6:30pm
Jeff Daniels & the Ben Daniels Band
8 pm, 8/26, Cavalier Theater, LaCrosse. $35. 608-255-4646

Out of Town08/26/14 @ 8:00pm
Central Wisconsin State Fair
8/27-9/1, Fairgrounds Park, Marshfield. $9/day. centralwisconsinstatefair.com. 715-387-1261

Out of TownDaily starting 08/27/14
Walworth County Fair
8/27-9/1, Fairgrounds, Elkhorn. www.walworthcountyfair.com or 262-723-3228

Out of TownDaily starting 08/27/14
Tizer Quartet, The Big Payback, Son Contrabando
Jazz at Five series, 4:15 pm, 8/27, State Street's 100 block. Free. www.jazzatfive.org

Music: More Music08/27/14 @ 4:15pm
Iowa County Fair
Midway opens 4 pm on 8/28-29 and noon, 8/30-9/1, Iowa County Fairgrounds, Mineral Point, with carnival, 4-H exhibits/judging, entertainment. $8/day (free ages 12 & under). www.iowacountyfair.com. 608-987-3490

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 08/28/14
The Prairie Enthusiasts Field Trip
Birds/flowers, 6 pm, 8/28, Underwood & Schurch-Thomson prairies, Reilly Road south of Blue Mounds. tpe.rhenderson@tds.net. 608-845-7065

Environment08/28/14 @ 6:00pm
Wisconsin Highland Games
Celtic cultural celebration, 5-10 pm on 8/29, 9 am-10 pm on 8/30 and 10 am-8 pm, 8/31, Waukesha Expo Center, with sports, music, demonstrations, dance competitions, food & pub tent, marketplace. $10 daily ($7 adv.; free ages 12 & under). www.wisconsinscottish.org. 414-517-5163

Out of TownDaily starting 08/29/14
Wisconsin State Cow Chip Throw
8/29-30, Marion Park, Prairie du Sac, with food, entertainment. wiscowchip.com. 608-643-4317

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 08/29/14
Rock River Thresheree
Annual antique tractor & steam engine show, 8 am-5 pm, 8/29-9/1, Thresherman's Park (off Hwy 51 south of Edgerton), with International feature, demonstrations/displays, food, music, car/truck show, flea market, Parade of Power at 2 pm daily. www.thresheree.org. 920-723-1555

Fairs and FestivalsDaily starting 08/29/14 @ 8:00am
Rocky Votolato
House concert, 8 pm, 8/29, 1326 MacArthur Rd. $20 donation. RSVP: www.undertowtickets.com. 608-358-9453

Music: More Music08/29/14 @ 8:00pm
Randall Cobb 5k & Family Run
Dreambuilders Foundation benefit run/walk & 1-mile kids' run, 7 pm, 8/29, CityDeck-Shopko Landing, Green Bay (registration 5:30 pm), followed by all-ages activities. $30 ($25 adv.; $15-$10 youth runs). RSVP: randallcobbno18.net. 615-904-5036

Out of Town08/29/14 @ 7:00pm
Wright Stuff Century Ride
Annual 100/60/30-mile Bombay Bicycle Club benefit for Iowa County Humane Society & Wisconsin Bike Fed, 7:30 am, 8/31, from Tyrol Basin Ski Lodge, Mount Horeb. $70 ($55 through 8/1). RSVP: www.wrightstuffcentury.com

Recreation08/31/14
RSVP for Italian Classic
Italian Workmen's Club golf fundraiser (for Badger Childhood Cancer Network), 11:30 am, 9/7, Sun Prairie Golf Course. $90 ($30 5:30 pm dinner only). RSVP by 9/1: iwcmadison.com. 608-837-5427

Recreation09/01/14
Holiday Refuse/Recycling Collection
No pickup on Labor Day, 9/1; pickup will be on Tuesday, 9/2. www.cityofmadison.com/streets. East: 608-246-4532. West: 608-266-4681

General Notices09/01/14
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
The Prairie Enthusiasts Field Trip
With Madison Audubon, 1 pm, 9/1, Pleasant Valley Conservancy, 4609 Pleasant Valley Rd., Black Earth. kmbrock@charter.net or 238-5050

Environment09/01/14 @ 1:00pm
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
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 @ 4:15pm
Sierra Club Evening Hike
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
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
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
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
Hymn Sing
Rural Musicians Forum sing-along led by Art & Lorraine Carlson & Nita Enge, 2 pm, 9/7, Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center, 6306 Hwy. 23 south of Spring Green. Free/donations. 608-588-5851

Music: More Music09/07/14 @ 2:00pm
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
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
Pozitive Lite
Support group for HIV-positive men who have sex with men

LGBT09/12/14 @ 5:30pm
Dessa
9 pm, 9/13, Cavalier Theater, LaCrosse. $17 ($15 adv.). 608-255-4646

Out of Town09/13/14 @ 9:00pm
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
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
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
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 (registration 8 am), with afterparty 3-7 pm. $125 (or $65 plus $50 pledge minimum). RSVP: www.csacoalition.org. 608-226-0300

Recreation09/14/14
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
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
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
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
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
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
Pozitive Lite
Support group for HIV-positive men who have sex with men

LGBT09/26/14 @ 5:30pm
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
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
Hymn Sing
Rural Musicians Forum sing-along led by Quintin Greene & Lauri Liegel, 2 pm, 10/5, Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center, 6306 Hwy. 23 south of Spring Green. Free/donations. 608-588-5851

Music: More Music10/05/14 @ 2:00pm
Gallery Night
Receptions, demonstrations & artists' talks, 5-9 pm, 10/10, at 65+ venues around Madison. 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
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
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
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
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 10/30-11/1 and 11/6-8 and 4 pm, 11/2, Farm Kitchen, Baraboo. $40 includes dinner. RSVP: 608-356-5246

Out of Town10/30/14
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
Rogues & Vagabonds Entertainment's "The Odd Couple"
Female-led adaptation of Neil Simon's comedy, 6:30 pm on 10/30-11/1 and 11/6-8 and 4 pm, 11/2, Farm Kitchen, Baraboo. $40 includes dinner. RSVP: 608-356-5246

Out of Town11/02/14
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
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
Rogues & Vagabonds Entertainment's "The Odd Couple"
Female-led adaptation of Neil Simon's comedy, 6:30 pm on 10/30-11/1 and 11/6-8 and 4 pm, 11/2, Farm Kitchen, Baraboo. $40 includes dinner. RSVP: 608-356-5246

Out of TownDaily starting 11/06/14
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
Bird/Nature Walk
1:30 pm, 11/23, from 3016 Lake Mendota Dr. 608-698-0104

Environment11/23/14 @ 1:30pm
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
Mineral Point Gallery Night
12 participating galleries, 5-9 pm, 12/6. Locations: mineralpoint.com. 608-987-3201

Art12/06/14 @ 5:00pm
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
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
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
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
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
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