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Gourmet Luncheon and Lecture @ Madison College

Gourmet Luncheon and Lecture @ Madison College

April 2 @ 12:00 am - 1:30 pm
Class and Wait List Full

Sorry, due to the overwhelming response, we are no longer taking reservations for this event. We have filled the 40 seat restaurant completely and have 14 people on the waiting list.

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Aldo Leopold, Phenology & Climate Change

Aldo Leopold, Phenology & Climate Change

April 9 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
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Aldo Leopold, best known as the author of A Sand County Almanac, was a keen observer of the natural world. Throughout his life he kept daily journals recording observations and seasonal events, especially those occurring at his “shack” on the Leopold farm, the setting for many essays in A Sand County Almanac. Leopold’s meticulous phenological observations have provided us with an unparalleled record of when plants bloomed, birds migrated and other natural events. Comparing his observations of hundreds of natural events to recent records helps us understand how climate change is affecting the ecological community. One lesson of Leopold’s journals is clear for those who love nature and take time to observe it closely, is that keeping records enhances the enjoyment and value of our time and effort, both now and in the future.

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Epic Systems Campus: A Design and Architecture Walking Tour

Epic Systems Campus: A Design and Architecture Walking Tour

April 12
Class and Wait List Full

Registration is Closed Waiting List is full.

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The Arts Cafe

The Arts Cafe

April 16 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
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Save This Date for another Arts Cafe gathering at the Senior Center.

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The History of Invulnerability @ The Milw. Rep.

The History of Invulnerability @ The Milw. Rep.

April 30
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Filled with real-life heroes and villains drawn every bit as boldly as the panels from the Golden Age comics that they echo, The History of Invulnerability will forever change the way we see our superheroes. There will be opportunities for free time, including lunch, perhaps, at the theater and a chance to learn more about the play from a member of the company at a "Rep In-Depth".

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