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eNews from Mayor Paul R. Soglin March 2015
City News & Updates
The City of Madison in partnership with the Madison Metropolitan School District is developing an online program finder which will enable you to quickly and efficiently find youth programs and activities near your Madison home or school. If you are a parent or caretaker of a school age child/youth, please consider completing the MOST Program Finder - PARENT/CARE GIVER Survey by March 11, 2015
The City of Madison Forestry Section has confirmed an Emerald Ash Borer infestation on Madison's south side at Doncaster Park, 4341 Doncaster Drive, Madison. This infestation site is the first on Madison's south side and adds to previous finds on the City's north side at Warner Park, multiple finds thru the east side following closely along I-90 and on the City's west side along the border with the City of Middleton.
The Emerging Opportunities Program supports projects and activities that address emerging needs or unanticipated opportunities which arise in Madison communities, and allows new and promising organizations to receive City financial support.
CDD is now accepting applications to increase community cohesion, resident engagement and promote resident leadership capacity and skills in neighborhoods with high concentrations of low and moderate income residents.
Congratulations to the Madison Public Library on being named one of the 30 finalists to receive the 2015 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, the highest honor in the nation recognizing museums and libraries for their service to their communities! In the past this honor has been awarded to institutions that consistently make public service a top priority in their work with all community members.
Winter Parking ends March 15
- Where Do I Park? Check the widget: cityofmadison.com/WhereDoIPark
- Go to cityofmadison.com/winter & subscribe to Declared Snow Emergency email / text alerts
- Call the 24/7 Winter Parking Hotline: (608) 261-9111
- Facebook: facebook.com/cityofmadisonwinter
- Twitter: twitter.com/madisonwinter
Public Input Needed
- Public Meetings Planned to Review Draft of City Public Works Contracting Disparity Study, Wednesday, March 4, 6pm and Thursday, March 5, 9am, Madison Municipal Building, Room 260, 215 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Art Experiences at the Bubbler @ Madison Public Central Library
The Dream Collectors is an artist-in-residency project at Central Library's Bubbler Room on March 6 - 30, curated by Megan Marsh-McGlone, Andrew Salyer, and Katie Schaag.
In 1924, a group of artists calling themselves Surrealists opened a Bureau of Surrealist Research in Paris. The Surrealists wanted to create an archive of as much information as possible about what was happening in people's unconscious minds, so they invited the public to come to their Bureau and tell them accounts of their dreams. The Dream Collectors project takes up the work of the Surrealistsâ€”inviting the people of Madison to visit the Bubbler and draw, write, and record accounts of the dreams they have while they are asleep. The Dream Collectors residency is a social art project that creates a space for people to share their dreams, the creative work of the unconscious that usually remains hidden.
The Dream Collectors will kick off their residency during the Bubbler's Night Light event on March 6 from 8-11pm at the Central Library, 201 W. Mifflin St., where visitors will be encouraged to record their dreams and share in the project.
- Savvy City Cycling: A Bicycle Commuting Workshop for Beginners 03/03/2015 Central Library
- Lunchtime Yoga 03/05/2015 Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center
- Meet with an Advisor from Madison College 03/05/2015 Goodman South Madison Library
- Poetry Open Mic 03/05/2015 Central Library
- Job Mob: A Buffet of Free Employment Services (at Madison College-South) 03/06/2015 Madison College South Campus
- NIGHT LIGHT: Arts and Crafts 03/06/2015 Central Library
- Friends of Sequoya Library Book Sale (at Westgate Mall) 03/07/2015 Westgate Mall
- Bird and Nature Walk at Turville Point - March 8 03/08/2015 Turville Point Conservation Park
- Meet with an Outreach Worker from Joining Forces for Families 03/09/2015 Goodman South Madison Library
- Warner Family Fun Nights: Family Beach Party 03/13/2015 Warner Park Community Recreation Center
- Northside Empty Bowl Event 03/14/2015 Warner Park Community Recreation Center
- Bird and Nature Walk at Warner Park - March 15 03/15/2015 Warner Park
- Advance Health Care Decisions: Choices and Wishes 03/17/2015 Madison Senior Center
- Bird and Nature Walk at Lakeshore Preserve - March 22 03/22/2015 Lakeshore Preserve
- Tax Assistance at Central 03/28/2015 Central Library
Go to the City Event Calendar for more fun City and Community events!
- Another Accolade for Dr. Frank Byrne
- Congratulations to the Madison Public Library!
- Shabazz High School Visit
- CATCH Healthy Habits-The Tradition Continues!
- Olbrich Volunteer Appreciation Lunch
- Bock Water Heaters Company Tour
- Meadowood Community Center-Grand Opening Part I
- International Visitor Leadership Program Participants Visit The City of Madison
- A Weekend of Firsts for Madison
- PulsePoint Saves Lives
- Black History Month at the Madison Public Libraries
- Super Saturday and Souper Bowl Sunday
Go to Mayor Soglin's Blog.