Our thanks to our members, guests, speakers, youth grant recipients, artists who shared their works (below), Monona Terrace staff, and committee and board members for making this past season a success. —Outgoing chairs Barbara Gerlach and Carole Kretschman
|Dos Mujeres - Edgar Salguero||Untitled Landscape - Mary Ann G.||A New Day #17 - Linda Koenig||Dolly at Bat - Virginia Huber|
The 2013-2014 season has concluded. We thank you for your support!
This website will be in transition, preparing for the 2014-2015 season. Next year's co-chairs Kristi Williams and Boris Frank have an exciting lineup of speakers on the theme Civil Discourse in a Changing Society.
September 13, 2014 Parker J. Palmer: Healing the Heart of Democracy
October 18, 2014 Jackie Joyner-Kersee: Overcoming Obstacles
March 14, 2015 Joan Goldsmith: Resolving Conflicts to Build Healthy Relationships
April 11, 2015 James Leach: The Frailty of Today's Civil Society.
Please visit us in June to see more about our programs, and to join or rejoin Madison Civics Club.
If you are already a member of the Madison Civics Club, all the meetings are included in your membership fee.
Please join us for the 2014-2015 year! If you are interested in joining and are not already on our membership / mailing list, please send your name and address to email@example.com. We will send you a membership brochure and program information in June.
Parking at the Monona Terrace Convention Center is often very tight. If possible, please consider parking at a nearby ramp, carpooling with others, walking, biking, or using public transportation. If you drive, please build time into your schedule to find a parking place. And remember that the fee for parking is $5.
Madison City Channel records some of our events. The programs are broadcast shortly after the luncheons and are then made available for streaming on your computer on demand on their Madison Civics Club "channel". The Enrique Morones program can be viewed now. Erroll Davis, Jr.'s program will be available through this website soon.
Members may be interested in the ARTS/INDUSTRY: COLLABORATION AND REVELATION exhibition opening March 22 at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.
Youth Grants helped fund a Madison Public Library project for students with Simpson Street Free Press to make Book Trailers. Learn about the project and view the first trailer (for Each Kindness) here.