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MHCA News

Midvale School Rain Garden Restoration and Plant Sale

Published At: Tuesday, 04/14/15 10:16am  - Expires At: Saturday, 05/09/15 02:30pm  - (2 Reads)
Midvale School Rain Garden Restoration and Plant Sale
Location: Midvale Elementary - 502 Caromar Dr
Date: Saturday, May 9
Time: 9:00am - 2:00pm Rain Garden Installation- volunteer to install new plants (rain or shine)
8:00am - 12:00pm Plant Sale
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KIDS CLUBHOUSE: REGISTER NOW

Published At: Monday, 03/30/15 05:35pm  - Expires At: Wednesday, 06/17/15 05:35pm  - (6 Reads)
Kids Clubhouse Neighborhood Camps

KEVA Sports Center launched Kids Clubhouse in 2013 to provide local neighborhoods with day camps in their own backyard. All activities are held outside (bring sunscreen or apply before attending). To sign up your child, call 608-662-7529 or email with questions.

Midvale
June 16-August 11
(no program June 30)
Tuesday’s
1-4pm
Ages 4+

Weekly Agenda of Activities(external link)

Location: Oak Park Heights (Piper Park)
Fee: $100 all summer / ($10 sibling discount)
$20one day registration (must pre – register 3 days prior to program)
$25 drop in fee (drop in the day of)

REGISTER TODAY(external link)
608-662-PLAY (7529)
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Current Midvale Messenger: You can access the January - February 2015 Midvale Messenger 2.4M pdf file by clicking on this link(external link)

Messages from MHCA's President, Chuck Kreimendahl:

Down the Drain!...but then where? There will be a meeting about the Lake Wingra Watershed on March 26, 2015 at 6:30 at Edgewood College. Find out how your water-related activities impact the local water quality. For more information, contact Strand Associates at 251-4843 or the Friends website at http://www.lakewingra.org/event/wingra-watershed-plan-public-meetingworkshop.(external link)

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Other Madison area News

Proposed service changes to Routes 6, 10, 11, 12, 25 and 59

Metro Transit - Upcoming Public Hearing

Published At: Friday, 04/17/15 12:18pm  - Expires At: Wednesday, 05/13/15 07:00pm  - (1 Reads)
On Wednesday, May 13, Metro Transit and the City of Madison Transit and Parking Commission will hold a public hearing at 6 PM to discuss proposed service changes to Routes 6, 10, 11, 12, 25 and 59. Detailed descriptions of proposed changes are available online at http://mymetrobus.com/publichearing(external link)

The meeting will be held at the Madison Municipal Building at 216 MLK Jr. Blvd. (Room 260). Interested persons are encouraged to attend the public hearing to give feedback. Consideration will be given to views and comments expressed at the public hearing as well as to all written comments received.

Information flyer about the proposed route changes.(external link)

Submit Comments: Fill out an online form at http://mymetrobus.com/feedback(external link), email , or give us a call (608) 266-4466.

Written comments can also be sent to:
Metro Transit Public Hearing
1245 E. Washington Ave. Suite 201
Madison, WI 53703

The Madison Municipal Building is accessible to people who use mobility aids and is equipped with assistive listening devices. If you need an interpreter, translator, materials in alternate formats or other accommodations to access this service, activity or program, please contact Metro Transit at (608) 266-4904 at least three business days prior to the meeting.
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Make Music Madison

Published At: Tuesday, 03/10/15 12:00pm  - Expires At: Friday, 05/08/15 12:00pm  - (8 Reads)
Make Music Madison invites neighborhood associations, musicians, businesses, non-profits and all Madisonians to create performances and to showcase the music and creativity of their neighborhoods. Artists and venues can register to perform or to host a performance at www.makemusicmadison.org.(external link) Registration is open from March 15th to May 8th.

In 2015, Make Music Madison will again bring music and fun to neighborhoods all across Madison. With a focus on emerging musicians, there will be a lot of diversity in musical talent spanning genres, ages, ethnicities, and skill levels. Music will be performed in all kinds of locations, including parks, community centers, fire stations, public and private outdoor spaces and more. Each neighborhood plans and hosts its own celebration, aided by citywide matchmaking software and publicity.

Then, on Sunday, June 21st, all of Madison is invited to rove the city sampling new musicians and new neighborhoods throughout the day.

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Follow this link to the Sequoya Branch Library Event Calendar for the current month.(external link)

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Page last modified on Sunday 29 of March, 2015 03:06:55 pm by Tom Jarvis.