Legal & Financial Planning Seminar

Legal & Financial Planning Seminar – Madison
Thursday, October 11
6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Oak Park Place, 718 Jupiter Dr, Madison
Presenter Attorney John Haslam, Wilson Law Group

Legal & Financial Planning Seminar – Fitchburg
Tuesday, October 23
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Wyndham Garden, 2969 Cahill Main, Fitchburg
Presenter Attorney Chris Schmidt, Boardman & Clark

A free workshop for families providing an overview of key legal and financial planning issues for older adults.  Learn about basic estate planning, advanced directives, guardianship, funeral pre-planning, various ways to pay for care, Medicaid and Family Care, and programs and services. Free and open to the public. No solicitations will be made. Please register by calling Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin, 608-232-3400.

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Dinner’s on Us

Dinner’s On Us!

The Northside Planning Council turns 25 this year. Join us for a fun, food-filled celebration!

Friday, September 7
6-8:30 PM
Warner Park Community Recreation Center

Please RSVP: northsideplanningcouncil.org/npc25

TASTE THE FUTURE OF FOOD IN MADISON
The evening will feature live music, appetizers, a cash bar, a buffet-style meal provided by a variety of start-up food businesses from FEED Kitchens and the Madison Public Market’s MarketReady Program, and custom desserts created by the FEED Bakery Training Program.

CELEBRATE & HONOR
We will be honoring the leaders who made NPC’s work possible over the last 25 years, and we will be announcing the winners of five prestigious Northside Changemaker Awards, recognizing individuals who have been the drivers of transformative change in our community.

Nominate a Changemaker: northsideplanningcouncil.org/changemaker

LEARN & PARTICIPATE
Learn more about the tremendous work being done by Northside nonprofits and civic groups while completing a scavenger hunt and qualifying for great prizes! And help us shape the future of the Northside by participating in the launch of the Northside 2020 Vision process.

FREE & OPEN TO ALL
If you haven’t been involved with NPC or on the Northside in the past, this is a great opportunity to learn about how you can get involved now.

Chicago Steppin

What is Chicago Steppin’?

It’s a class to improve your balance AND dance moves
Who should take Chicago Steppin’? Adults 60+

When: Saturdays, 1:30pm – 2:30pm September 15 – October 27

Where: Boys and Girls Club of Dane County Allied
4619 Jenewein Rd., Fitchburg

Cost: FREE

Call Fitchburg Senior Center for transportation at 608-270-4290

Artful Aging Fall Session Sign-up

Artful Aging Fall Session Sign-up!

Artful Aging is designed for any skill level!  We will be exploring all artistic mediums (water colors, pastels, acrylics) as we discuss cultural differences and forge new friendships.  At the end of the 12 sessions, we will hold two are showings!  Class size is limited.

(Artful Aging is free for NESCO members and all materials are provided)

 

Wednesday’s from 1-3pm

September 5th-November 11th

Call Ruth at 243-5252 to sign up!

Cognition: What is it and Why is it Important?

8-28-18 Lisa Bratzke Madison Senior Center

Coffee for Caregivers

Coffee For Caregivers (1)

Longest Day Bike Ride

 

Joy's June Ride

Summer Concert Rescheduled for July 30th

Update:  6/18/18 4:06pm

Due to severe weather, the June 18th concert has been CANCELLED

Rachelle and the Red Hot Rattlers will now be on July 30th, 6pm at Warner Park

 

 

Severe Weather Safety Class

Severe Weather Safety Class
with meterologist Marcia Cronce, National Weather Service
Thursday, May 10th, 6–8 pm
Goodwill Community Room
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Know when to spot a scam

An Important Message to Our Valued Customers

From:  Madison Gas and Electric

As your community energy company, we appreciate the trust and confidence you have in us to provide safe, reliable energy.

Sadly, scammers seek to exploit this relationship by portraying themselves as representatives of Madison Gas and Electric (MGE) to take advantage of our customers.

We have heard recently that some businesses throughout our community have been called by someone pretending to be MGE and demanding immediate payment of their bill.

The impostors continue to get more sophisticated – it may appear as though the call is coming from MGE. Or, in some cases, scammers may claim to know recent bill amounts.

Do not call a number left by a scammer. Always call MGE at 608-252-7222.

The scammers typically claim accounts are past due and give instructions to pay with a prepaid debit card or wire transfer. Scammers often threaten disconnection of services within an hour.

  • MGE would not contact a customer to request payment either by prepaid debit card, wire transfer, or green dot cards.
  • MGE will never threaten that we are coming within the hour to disconnect service. When a customer faces disconnection for nonpayment, there are several past due notifications that come in writing through the mail.

Never allow anyone into your business or home for an unannounced visit to check your meter, electrical wiring, natural gas pipes, or appliances unless you have a scheduled appointment or are aware of a confirmed problem. Always ask for identification.

Please visit our website—mge.com/scam—to know when to spot a scam.

Never give out personal information. Always call MGE at 608-252-7222 if you have questions about your account.