The September Madison SOUP event is THIS Sunday! This is the LAST SOUP event for this year!
We are reaching out to our networks today to ask you to PLEASE purchase a ticket to our Sunday event. We know that our community is interested in supporting local projects which make Madison such a wonderful city to live in. Take this chance to vote with your feet and be part co creating our vibrant community! Walk-ins ARE NOT POSSIBLE – you must purchase a ticket AHEAD of time.
Meadowood Neighborhood Center Recording Studio. Joe Schlesing, the director of the Meadowood Neighborhood Center, will present a proposal for converting the center’s current game room into a recording studio. The center serves low-income kids of color in the Meadowood community and many of the participants have a keen interest in producing their own recordings. The Center is making progress in teaching participants the fundamentals of recording and music production. Now, a dedicated space, more serious equipment, and a skilled instructor to help the kids fully realize their potential in terms of performing and recording music.
Quiet Santa. Julie Sheldon will present a proposal for funds to expand their offering of Santa visits for children with various special needs. Quiet Santa has hosted events since 2012. The events were first aimed at giving kids with autism the experience of a visit with Santa. The project’s outreach efforts now welcomes children with various forms of special needs looking to have a magical experience with Santa that may not otherwise get. The project began with no budget, but a group of dedicated planners, and now seeks funds to expand their program.
Call For Peace. Dawn & Art Shegonee will present a proposal for seed funding for “A Traveling Cultural Exhibition An Educational, Interactive, Multi-Media Experience! Call For Peace Drum & Dance Company….A Timeless Journey,… Celebrating the Diversity of Humanity!” Now, more than ever in history, time is of the essence for the re-emergence of the Call For Peace, providing people with a Vision of Hope which embraces diversity, unity, peace, and justice in the Madison Community. The Exhibition is an effort, to encourage collaboration in the community to embrace, the concept of the International Network of Peace Museums to create “Cities as Living Museums for Peace.”
Soup and bread will be provided by Underground Butcher & Batch Bakehouse!
We look forward to seeing you on Sunday!
Jenina & Heather