List of upcoming events

See Newsletters for specifics-  LEO = Let’s Eat Out

March   2019 

LEO       Watch for details in newsletter

22-30   Open World delegation from Russia- Topic Parliamentary Journalism

24         5:30 pm Potluck Tamarack Club House- Opportunity to welcome Russian

Open World delegates, RSVP to

28         Second Harvest Food Bank 12:30 ———contact

April 2019

7            Annual Meeting and elections- Zor Shrine, catered lunch-  See March Newsletter

TBA       Highway Clean Up

TBA      Possible Bike Ride

15          1:00 p.m. Book Club: Forgiveness written by Mark Nakamoto: Contact Maureen Kind


25          Second Harvest Food Bank  contact

May 2019 

TBA        Bike Ride

TBA        Let’s Walk, Let’s Hike

TBA        Bus trip to Kenosha Civil War Museum and O & H bakery for cringes

30           Second Harvest Food Bank Activity Contact

June  2019 

WHA      Wisconsin Public Television Auction Volunteer activity

TBA        Bike Ride

TBA        Ice Cream Social

27          Second Harvest Food Bank – Contact

July 2019  

2-9       Inbound Journey- Ambassadors from Medicine Hat, Canada visit Madison

8           Club Picnic

23-27   FF World Conference, Boulder, CO

25         Second Harvest Food Bank – Contact

August 2019 

TBA     Let’s Walk/Let’s Hike

29       Second Harvest Food Bank-Contact

September 2019 

TBA     Highway Clean Up

11-18   Inbound journey-Ambassadors from Aichi, Japan visit Madison

26       Second Harvest Food Bank-Contact

October 2019

TBA     Book Club

TBA     LEO- October Fest

TBA     Bus trip to Pottsville High School -Cranberry tour and lunch

31        Second Harvest Food Bank- Contact

End of October and November 

27- November 3  –  FFWIS-Madison Ambassadors visit Central Coast club, Australia

November 3 – 10    FFWIS-Madison Ambassadors visit Tweed Valley, Australia

Book Club -April 15, 2019

Host: Maureen Kind


5901 Mayhill Dr., Madison

1 PM on Monday

RSVP to Maureen at 608-274-6754.

Our next selection is Forgiveness written by Mark Sakamoto.  The book is a memoir and portrays the Canadian  treatment of the Japanese during WWII.   There are no copies in our library system, But, there are many used copies available  Prices are as low as $1.99- total of $6.31 with taxes and shipping

Gardens to Glass-February 20

Olbrich Gardens Bolz Conservatory 

Garden to Glass Experience

A guided sensory tour of the plants, people and stories that make the Conservatory a Madison icon.  

This is a new program developed to bring a wide variety of audiences into the Conservatory.  As part of raising funds for the future enhancement of the Garden, the contribution is $25.00.  This experience is available for a minimum of 10 participants and a maximum of 20.  

Wednesday February 20 


Reservations required-contact Gail Holmes at or phone 249-1846

Cost $25.00 

Make Checks payable to Olbrich Botanical Gardens  

Send to to Gail Holmes

3457 Hargrove Street, 

Madison 53714