University of Wisconsin - Madison
Out of an abundance of caution related to Covid-19 pandemic, UWRA has cancelled all programs/seminars beginning Tuesday, March 17 through Tuesday, April 14.
At this point, committee and board of directors meetings will continue to be held as scheduled.
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With the delayed delivery of the Sifter hard copy, there is still time to register even though the deadline has past. Please register today! Hope to see you at the program.
Do you have time to make some telephone calls and compile information?
UWRA is in the process of updating a facility listing of venues available to hold UWRA luncheons, events, programs, and seminars. We have identified about 30 potential venues. The assistance needed is making telephone calls and updating the information on the worksheet. The information needed about each venue has been identified. Since this is invaluable information for our committees, quick completion is appreciated.
Interested in a short time task? Contact Ex. Director Haase at email@example.com.
As mentioned during the November 20th program (27 Stages of moving to a retirement community), the UWRA presentations on the continuum of care communities were March, 2017. This covered the communities who provided the 4 levels of care (independent, assisted, skilled & memory). The second presentation was January 2018 and covered those communities that provided three of the 4 levels.
Go to Resources / Presentations to view handouts and video.
There is still time to register for the day trip to the Rotary Garden Holiday Lights and dinner. For details go to uwramadison.org/event-3590404.
Hope you can join us!
In the November Sifter you received, there is an error in the December financial seminar announcement on page 1. "The health of the U.S. economy" program will be held on Tuesday, December 17. The day of the week and date are correct on the website and calendar of events on the back page of the Sifter.
Hope you will be able to join us.
There is still time to register for the October luncheon and morning program on October 14 at Covenant Presbyterian Church. Deadline to register is October 7. Cost $19. The morning will be filled with music for violin and piano. The luncheon speaker will be Lisa Carter, Vice Provost for Libraries and University Librarian.
I invite you to join us. Register today!
If you’re looking for the most interesting place to study or just spend some quiet time on Thursday and Friday, September 19 and 20, 2019 the Mead Witter School of Music’s got you, and a few hundred of your friends, covered.
To learn more, go to: https://www.music.wisc.edu/tuning/
Be among the first people to see the new School of Music!
Due to speaker conflicts, the dates of two presentations have been changed from what is printed in the September Sifter. The corrected September presentations and dates are:
Monday, September 9 "Dane Country Immigration Affairs"
Fabiola Hamdan, MSSW, Immigration Affairs Specialist, Dane County Department of Human Services
Monday, September 16 “The Playing Field and Attic Angel’s 130th Birthday”
Abbi Kruse, Executive Director, The Playing Field
Monday, September 23 "Refugee Resettlement in Madison"
Dawn Berney, Executive Director, Jewish Social Services Madison
Monday, September 30 “Learn About Just Bakery - A Madison Urban Ministry Initiative to Offer Culinary Life Skills Education”
Carmella Glenn, Coordinator, Just Bakery
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For More Information Contact UWRA
Sandi Haase, Executive Director
UW-Madison Retirement Association
21 North Park Street, Room 7205
Madison, WI 53715-1218