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SPECIAL EVENTS: FEBRUARY 2014

ALL AGES WELCOME. These classes welcome working adults.
Join us at the Madison Senior Center, 330 W. Mifflin Street, Madison, Wisconsin.
Call 266-6581 to register ASAP; fees may be paid day of class.

Dance Movement with Li Chiao-Ping

badger game: behind the scenes

What goes into putting on a game for the Badgers (football, basketball, hockey)? Guest Services helps patrons have a great game day experience. Hear all about it from Ben Fraser, Director of Guest Services on Thursday, February 20 at 10 am. Go Badgers! Register at 266-6581.

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healthy backs, bones, joints

80% of people have back pain. Learn how to be part of the 20% that lives pain and disease free! The workshop is designed to give you and your loved ones helpful tips to eliminate those nagging pains that just don't seem to go away. Learn practical ways to keep your backs, bones and joints healthy at every stage of life. Join Dr. Kyle Nye and Dr. Bailey Nye on Thursday, February 20 at 12:15 pm.

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the history of frank lloyd wright's taliesin

Frank Lloyd Wright worked on his Wisconsin home, Taliesin, for almost 50 years, using the house as a sketchbook. Taliesin Preservation, Inc. has been restoring the Taliesin residence and estate for over 20 years, working to keep the record of his innovations. Join Keiran Murphy, Principal Historic Researcher, as she focuses on the history of Wright's home, giving a detailed account of one of TPI's restoration projects on Tuesday, February 25 at 10 am. Register at 266-6581.

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Dancing through life with li chiao-ping

Li Chiao-Ping, internationally known Artistic Director of Li Chiao-Ping Dance, will lead a 10-week movement class beginning Thursday, February 27 - May 1 from 2 - 3 pm. Focus on warm-up techniques, stretch and strengthening exercises, core work, breathing and energy flow. No prior dance experience needed. Minimum of 10 students. $70 fee. Advance registration necessary, call 266-6581.