Waunakee Coming Events
April 27, 2017 - garden totes
The Waunakee Tribune provides this space giveaway of assign any week to nonprofit organizations in a Waunakee area. Items for a Coming Events should be submitted in essay or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org before 10 a.m. Tuesday, unless a holiday causes a report change. Articles might be edited for clarity and length. Articles might be published 3 uninterrupted weeks before to a event.
April 27: Legion Dane County Council meet
American Legion Post 360 will horde a Dane County Council assembly during a post, 417 E. Main St., Waunakee. Auxiliary will offer cooking during 6:30 p.m. with a assembly to follow. All veterans are acquire to attend.
April 27: Westport Drumlin meeting
Waunakee area residents are invited to a Community Visioning Session during a Westport Drumlin Preserve, 5208 Bong Road, from 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Apr 27. Last July, Natural Heritage Land Trust reason a initial Community Visioning Session during a Koltes farmstead, a destiny gateway to Westport Drumlin Preserve. Community members’ ideas and support guided a initial proviso of gateway improvements, including a immature deconstruction and dispersion of several farmstead buildings. To RSVP or ask questions, call (608) 258-9797.
April 28: Basketball cancer advantage game
Waunakee students will take on a staff in a diversion to advantage a American Cancer Society during 7 p.m. Friday, Apr 28. The dusk will embody a basket raffle, half time games, half time respect rite all for investigate into breast cancer and pancreatic cancer. Admission is $4.
April 29: Self edition module workshop
Waunakee encampment members will have a possibility to learn about an online self-publishing routine that one 19-year-old is anticipating lucrative. A seminar will be offering from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Apr 29 during a Waunakee Village Center with 3 panelists ages 7, 10 and 14 who have published books or are a routine of essay them. They are regulating obvious tentative module that employs synthetic comprehension to assistance with a essay process. Tickets to a eventuality are accessible during AuthorsFirstWorkshop.com.
April 29: National drug dump day
Supported by a Wisconsin Department of Justice “Dose of Reality” Campaign and in partnership with a Waunakee Police Department, a Waunakee Community Cares Coalition will be carrying a Drug Drop Day on Saturday, Apr 29, during a Waunakee Police Department located during 205 N Klein Drive from 9 am – 2 pm. You might safely dispose of new or lapsed prescriptions that embody tranquil and rash substances, over-the-counter medications, ointments, patches, creams, non-aerosol sprays, vials, inhalers, vitamins and pet medications. Please no Epi-pens or anything with a needle or lance. You will also be means to pre-order a close box giveaway of assign to store any destiny drugs to assistance revoke diversion and abuse of medication drugs.
April 30: Community Awards Dinner
The Waunakee Area Chamber of Commerce will horde a Waunakee Community Awards Dinner on Sunday, Apr 30, during Rex’s Innkeeper, 301 N. Century Ave. in Waunakee. Social starts during 5:30 p.m., Tribune print during 5:45 p.m. and an all-you-can-eat lay down cooking during 6:30 p.m., followed by a awards ceremony. This is an dusk to applaud and commend a county accomplishments of well-developed encampment members. Reservations are required. Tickets are $20 per chairman and accessible now during a Depot, 100 E. Main St., Waunakee.
May 1: Community Band Scoopie Night
The Waunakee Community Band will horde Scoopie Share Night during Culver’s from 5-8 p.m. May 1. Carry out or sup in and suffer song by some of a band’s “noteworthy” member that evening.
May 1: District assembly on co-curriculars
The Waunakee Community School District will horde a Community Linkage assembly on Co-curriculars during 6:30 p.m. May 1 during a high school.
May 1: Personal Shopper Opportunities
Shopping days during Waunakee Neighborhood Connection are a approach to open your heart and support neighbors in a community. Three are set on May 1, 17 and 31. Personal Shoppers make a tie while assisting someone accommodate their selling needs during a WNC store. This is an easy approach to assistance others and yield a use to a encampment during a same time. See times and pointer adult during a proffer couple during waunakeeneighborhoodconnection.com!
May 2: Butterflies in Wisconsin
A module patrician Butterflies in Wisconsin will be during a Waunakee Public Library May 2 during 7 p.m. Dr. Douglas Buege, boss of a Southern Wisconsin Chapter NABA (North American Butterfly Association) will speak about 30 class of butterflies, how they overwinter – some as eggs, some as caterpillars; their horde plants and a plants they suffer eating – and give suggestions on what plants to plant to attract butterflies.
May 3: Sports apparatus drop-off
Do we have used sports apparatus that is still in good condition? Is a sports apparatus in your residence though it is longer being used? How about donating it to Waunakee Neighborhood Connection? These equipment can be used by others. Drop a equipment off to WNC during 208 S. Century Ave. from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
May 3: Wake Up Waunakee with a Sheriff
The Chamber will acquire Sheriff David Mahoney to Wake Up Waunakee during 7:30-9 a.m. on May 3 during a Village Center, 333 S. Madison St. Sheriff Mahoney will plead a inherent and orthodox responsibilities of a Sheriff, yield updates on a Dane County Jail, and fill us in on law coercion trends in a community. Community members can network, learn and ask questions during Wake Up Waunakee. RSVP during (608) 849-5977.
May 3: Mystery of a Times
Mystery of a Times w/Jayne Rotsdam will take place on Wednesday, May 3, during 7 p.m. during The Waunakee Public Library. This will be an eventuality to get clues about a best poser books, authors, and array during a contention with Jayne, poser consultant and former Waunakee librarian. Jayne will plead her favorite mysteries and share her believe of a genre for Mystery Month.
May 4: National Day of Prayer
The 66th National Day of Prayer is Thursday, May 4. This year’s theme, “For Your Great Name’s Sake –Hear Us – Forgive Us – Heal Us,” is taken from Daniel 9:19. People in a Waunakee area are invited to accommodate by a flagpole during a Waunakee Fire Station on S. Century Avenue and Second Street during noon to urge for a country, state, encampment leaders, military, schools, churches and families. All are welcome.
May 4: VFW Post 11244 Meeting
Waunakee VFW Post 11244 will reason a unchanging assembly on Thursday, May 4, in a American Legion hall commencement during 7 p.m. All veterans are welcome. For some-more information, call Byron Dennison during 849-9414.
May 4: Girls Soccer Youth Night
The Waunakee encampment can uncover a Warrior Pride by entertaining for a Waunakee girls as they play Kettle Moraine Thursday, May 4. Kids wearing their WASC jerseys will get in for free. There will be activities for a kids including give aways and face painting. The diversion starts during 7 p.m. Kids who arrive early will have a eventuality to join a Warrior girls on a margin for a National Anthem!
May 4: FFA Alumni meeting
The Waunakee FFA Alumni will accommodate on Thursday, May 4, 8 p.m. during Rex’s Innkeeper. All meddlesome in ancillary FFA programs are acquire to attend.
May 4: Ladies Golf meeting
The Waunakee Area Ladies Golf assembly will be during 8:30 a.m. May 4. Anyone meddlesome can accommodate during a Meadows to get on a list or stay on a list. The organisation will need to confirm when and where to play and will need someone to take assign for a Thursday golfing group.
May 4: Memory Café
The Dementia Friendly Waunakee Committee will unite a monthly Memory Café on Thursday, May 4, from 9:30-11 a.m. during a Steeplechase Condominium Clubhouse, 5636 Conway Glen (off Woodland Drive). Signs will be posted to approach people to a Clubhouse. The Café provides a amicable entertainment place and programs for those with amiable cognitive spoil or early to mid-stage dementia, along with their family members or friends. Refreshments will be provided. The thesis for May 4 is “May Days.” More information can be performed by job a Waunakee Senior Center during 849-8385 or 849-8547. Memory Cafes will be conducted a initial Thursday of any month.
May 4-6: High School play: “Our Town”
The Waunakee Community High School Drama Department will benefaction a Pulitzer Prize winning, classical play, “Our Town,” on May 4 by May 6 during 7 p.m. during a Waunakee High School Performing Arts Center. The play creatively ran on Broadway for 336 performances in 1938. Madison innate author Thornton Wilder wrote a famous play about life in a tiny encampment of Grover’s Corners that has turn an American classic. Tickets are accessible online during www.waunakee.revtrak.net. Call a WHS PAC Box Office during 849-2435 for information. Tickets will also be accessible during a door.
May 5: Mother’s Day Gift drop-off
Community members can make a disproportion by thanking moms for all they do by Waunakee Neighborhood Connection’s Mother’s Day Program. WNC’s Pamper Mom Totes are a handmade receptacle bag filled with equipment to make mom feel special! To finish a totes, we are looking for donations of NEW equipment like candles, punch sized chocolates, physique spray, palm lotion, spike polish, and more!
May 5: Tootsie Roll Fundraiser
The Knights of Columbus of Waunakee/Westport will horde a annual Tootsie Roll fundraiser for a intellectually infirm May 5-7. Knights will collect donations and palm out Tootsie Rolls during Piggly Wiggly, Meffert’s One Stop, Neil’s Village Liquor, Rex’s Innkeeper, Walgreens and Ace Hardware. All donations will be given to a following organizations that assistance a intellectually disabled: Wisconsin Badger Camp, Family Support and Resource Center, UCP Birth to Three Connection and Central Wisconsin. For some-more information, hit Fred Riederer during 849-9204.
May 6: Community Band Scoopie Night
The Waunakee Manor Bake Sale is from 8 a.m.-noon May 6 during a Family Lounge, 801 s. Klein Dr., Waunakee. Sales of homemade pies, cookies, cakes, breads and some-more will advantage a residents’ activities and activity supplies.
May 6: Peace Variety Show and Auction
Peace Lutheran Church Variety Show and Silent Auction is Sunday, May 7, during 3 p.m. PLC members will singing, dance, ring, play instruments, and behaving songs with an EMOJI in a title. ‘Themed’ baskets donated by Peace families as good as internal businesses will be in Fellowship Hall, usually watchful for auction bids. They will go on arrangement Apr 29-30. The wordless auction will be usually after a Variety Show. A benefaction mount will be accessible along with refreshments.
May 7: GROW annual potluck
The encampment is acquire to join a Grass Roots Organization of Waunakee during a EMS building on Klein Drive during 6 p.m. on Sunday, May 7, for their Annual Potluck and conversation. The orator for a eventuality will be Joel Rogers, Professor of Law, Political Science, Sociology, and Public Affairs during UW Madison. He will be articulate on “Our Wisconsin Revolution.” All are welcome.
May 8: Dine and Donate: Project Graduation
A Dine and Donate eventuality for Project Graduation 2017 will be during Rocky Rococo’s Pizza and Pasta in Waunakee on Monday, May 8 from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. with 10 percent of sales going to Project Graduation.
May 10: Legion Post 360 house meeting
On May 10, during 6 p.m. American Legion Post 360 Executive Board will accommodate in a Legion clubroom. Shift Chairpersons for Waunafest will also attend.
May 11: St. John’s School night
Take a mangle from all those garage sales and join Saint John School for Scoopie Night on Thursday, May 11th from 4:30 – 8:30 during Culver’s in Waunakee. Staff and students will be on palm to offer we with 10 percent of a deduction to advantage a propagandize record fund.
May 11: Legion Post 360 monthly meeting
American Legion Post 360, 417 East Main Street, Waunakee will reason a monthly assembly on May 11 in a Legion clubroom. Coals will be prepared during 6:30 p.m., move beef to cook, potato and unfeeling will be provided, followed by a monthly assembly during 7:30 p.m. New members are welcome. For some-more information, hit Commander Sandy Johnson during email@example.com or (608) 438-0978.
May 11-12: Book and Daylily Sale
The Friends of a Waunakee Public Library wiull horde a Daylily and Book Sale Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in a library reduce turn and backyard, 710 South St. The Friends of Waunakee Public library will have over 40 unclothed base imagination daylilies for sale in a accumulation of colors, some grown by hybridizers. There will also be a book sale that will embody lots of giveaway books. Help a Friens lift income for a new library! Book donations are always acquire though greatfully no plants. This year Waunakee High School Horticulture, Ag and FFA students will sell annuals and vegetables during a High School Greenhouse usually and not during a library.
May 13: Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive
The Letter Carrier National Food Drive will be May 13. Postal business are asked to place food equipment in their mailboxes that Saturday for their minute carriers to collect up. All nonperishable food donations will be delivered to a internal food pantry.
May 16: Creating a New Perennial Garden
The Waunakee Public Library will horde a module on How to Create a New Perennial Garden on May 16 during 7 p.m. Master Gardeners and Dane County Extension Volunteers Mary Collet and Cathy Spann will share their believe and adore of long-lived flowers to give us tips on how we can rise a possess backyard long-lived gardens.
May 16: Dine Out for Waunakee Auxiliary
Waunakee’s American Legion Auxiliary Unit of William Lansing Post 360 will be a customer of a deduction from a Dine Out eventuality that will be reason during Benvenuto’s Italian Grill, 1849 Northport Drive, Madison, on Tuesday, May 16. A commission of all sales that day (11 a.m.-10 p.m.) will be donated to a Auxiliary unit. Those participating should discuss they are participating in a American Legion Auxiliary 360 Unit Dine Out Event when they place their order. The purpose of a ALA is to support a American Legion and to respect a scapegoat of those who serve, by enhancing a lives of veterans and their families, both during home and abroad. The American Legion Auxiliary conducts several projects via a year in avail of these goals.