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SPECIAL EVENTS: MARCH 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.

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MEET THE AUTHOR: JILL MUEHRCKE

powerful and beautifully written, Jill Muehrcke describes turning points that changed people's lives in Waking Up Happy. Looking for new ideas to move forward in life and actively engage in pursuing happiness? Join the author on Tuesday, March 11 at 1 pm. Who doesn't want to wake up happy?

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SUGAR: HOW SWEET!

Did you know the average American consumes 32 teaspoons of sugar a day? Recommended: less than 10 teaspoons. Sugar is in everything and studies have shown that it is more addictive than cocaine. Learn how to reduce your sugar cravings from Dr. Kyle Nye and Dr. Bailey Nye on Thursday, March 20 at 12:15 pm. Call 266-6581.

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FROM BONNETS TO HATS, 1830-1930

Bonnets used to be the de rigueur headwear for women, but by the 1920s no modern women would be caught dead wearing an old-fashioned bonnet instead of a stylish hat. Join Leslie Bellais, Curator of Costume & Textiles at the Wisconsin Historical Society, on Tuesday, March 25 at 1 pm. Register at 266-6581.

 

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DINNER AND A CONCERT

Join us for a delicious dinner followed by great music on Thursday, March 20. Dinner is served at 6 pm with a meal featuring lasagna, salad and cookies, underwritten in part, by Hy-Vee. The VFW Band, a 32-piece band, directed by legendary Jim Latimer, performs at 7 pm and is open to the public. They make a stop at the Senior Center only once a year, so you won't want to miss this wonderful event. Dinner is $6. Advance reservations (call 266-6581) are necessary by Friday, March 14.