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  1. Remember to Write Workshop Using Zoom

    March 9, 2021, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Zoom

    ·     Writing about your life can significantly boost the power & clarity of your brain & mind ·     Young relatives thrive when they know family stories showing values like resilience, courage, & honesty ·     Writing in a small, supportive group is fun Whether you want to share your life experiences or pass on your family’s stories, this workshop will help you get started and stay motivated. Each week we’ll discuss aspects of writing from life, including storytelling, organizing your project, and the ethics of writing about living people. Suggested themes and prompts will help you write 2-3 pages each week. Each session includes time to share what you’ve written in a supportive environment. Presenter: Sarah White is a published author & personal historian who has taught reminiscence writing workshops since 2004. Participants praise the way she makes the sessions stimulating & keeps discussions on track. Enroll: Call 222-3415 and leave your e-mail address.

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  2. Coffee and Conversation!

    March 10, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Join us virtually to talk about what is on your mind, connect with others, share recipes, share news and updates. Call 222-3415 and leave us your email address. We will send you the Zoom link! Come chat with us!

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  3. Scholarly Scoop - Zoom Style

    March 12, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Zoom

    Eco-Cultural Struggles and Successes in Great Lakes Indian Country The Great Lakes are at risk as multiple threats converge from extractive industries and agribusiness to climate change. The lakes hold 20% of the accessible fresh-water on Earth. Many Native nations depend on natural resources for traditional foods, medicines and cultural practices. Their voices proclaim, “Water is Life!” Sacred Water walkers have circled the Great Lakes and walked many rivers, including the Mississippi from the headwaters to the Gulf of Mexico. This talk explores environmental justice threats and collective mobilization for successes.

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  4. Let's Cook Together via Zoom

    March 12, 2021, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

    Join UW Medical School students as they lead you through cooking simple, healthy recipes with six ingredients or less! We will send you the recipe and you pick up the ingredients on your own. If you need help getting the ingredients, please contact Diane at Monona Senior Center at least one week in advance. On the day of the event you click on the Zoom link you will receive through e-mail and you will start cooking step-by-step to create the delicious dish! You will be sent the Zoom link closer to the class date if you are registered. Sign up for one or all dates. Register by calling 222-3415 and sharing your contact information including e-mail address.

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  5. Remember to Write Workshop Using Zoom

    March 16, 2021, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Zoom

    ·     Writing about your life can significantly boost the power & clarity of your brain & mind ·     Young relatives thrive when they know family stories showing values like resilience, courage, & honesty ·     Writing in a small, supportive group is fun Whether you want to share your life experiences or pass on your family’s stories, this workshop will help you get started and stay motivated. Each week we’ll discuss aspects of writing from life, including storytelling, organizing your project, and the ethics of writing about living people. Suggested themes and prompts will help you write 2-3 pages each week. Each session includes time to share what you’ve written in a supportive environment. Presenter: Sarah White is a published author & personal historian who has taught reminiscence writing workshops since 2004. Participants praise the way she makes the sessions stimulating & keeps discussions on track. Enroll: Call 222-3415 and leave your e-mail address.

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  6. Coffee and Conversation!

    March 17, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Join us virtually to talk about what is on your mind, connect with others, share recipes, share news and updates. Call 222-3415 and leave us your email address. We will send you the Zoom link! Come chat with us!

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  7. St. Patrick's Day Music by The Tooles

    March 17, 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Zoom

    Built from the wreckage of several other bands, The Tooles have created their own fiery brand of Irish pub music. Combining traditional tunes with powerful originals and a few favorite pub songs, they bring together influences from Dublin to Nashville, with a bit of Midwestern grit thrown in. Two of the four members of this band will be playing; Amy on fiddle and Kurt on bodhran and guitar. Register with link: tinyrul.com/962mucml or call 222-3415 and we can help get you registered.

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  8. Dane County Climate Action Plan

    March 19, 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Zoom Meeting

    In April 2020 Dane County issued an ambitious community-wide Climate Action Plan to cut all greenhouse gas emissions in Dane County in half by 2030. The priority now is to implement the climate action plan - to reduce emissions from buildings, transportation and other sources. Join Dane County Executive Joe Parisi and Kathy Kuntz, Director of the Dane County Office of Energy & Climate Change, to learn about Dane County’s efforts to create a clean energy future. Call 222-3415 and share your e-mail address for the Zoom link.

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  9. IHM Drive-Thru Fish Fry

    March 19, 2021, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Immaculate Heart of Mary School

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  10. Do I Matter? Thriving with Purpose in this Crazy World

    March 23, 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Zoom

      Have you ever looked in the mirror and asked, “Do I Matter?” Daily we’re caught in the fray of expectations, responsibilities, conflicts and the craziness of life. It’s difficult to know what the answer is to this question of mattering. This inspirational talk will examine the good, the bad and the ugly, the scary and sad, and the awesomeness of building our lives that truly matter. Through popular culture, great stories and a recipe for mattering, the audience will leave with ten strategies for showing others and themselves that they matter. Mary Helen Conroy is an author, a speaker and a daring adventurer. Just like you she has had to learn and grow during the different chapters and pages of her decades. She may be “retired” but she most certainly is not done. Mary Helen is a believer in the good in this world and our ability to believe in ourselves and create positive change.

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  11. Remember to Write Workshop Using Zoom

    March 23, 2021, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Zoom

    ·     Writing about your life can significantly boost the power & clarity of your brain & mind ·     Young relatives thrive when they know family stories showing values like resilience, courage, & honesty ·     Writing in a small, supportive group is fun Whether you want to share your life experiences or pass on your family’s stories, this workshop will help you get started and stay motivated. Each week we’ll discuss aspects of writing from life, including storytelling, organizing your project, and the ethics of writing about living people. Suggested themes and prompts will help you write 2-3 pages each week. Each session includes time to share what you’ve written in a supportive environment. Presenter: Sarah White is a published author & personal historian who has taught reminiscence writing workshops since 2004. Participants praise the way she makes the sessions stimulating & keeps discussions on track. Enroll: Call 222-3415 and leave your e-mail address.

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  12. Coffee and Conversation!

    March 24, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Join us virtually to talk about what is on your mind, connect with others, share recipes, share news and updates. Call 222-3415 and leave us your email address. We will send you the Zoom link! Come chat with us!

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  13. Zoom Coffee with Mayor O'Connor

    March 30, 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Zoom meeting

    Connect with us on Zoom and take this opportunity to meet with Monona’s Mayor, Mary O’Connor. She will join a Zoom meeting on Tuesday, March 23rd at 1:00 p.m. and is willing to answer questions you may have on things going on around Monona. You do not need to be a Monona resident to participate in this event. Please call 222-3415 and share your e-mail address so we can send the Zoom invite to you.

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  14. Coffee and Conversation!

    March 31, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Join us virtually to talk about what is on your mind, connect with others, share recipes, share news and updates. Call 222-3415 and leave us your email address. We will send you the Zoom link! Come chat with us!

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