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October Luncheon and Morning Program

  • October 14, 2019
  • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Covenant Presbyterian Church, 326 South Segoe Road
  • 18


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Each new member may partake of one "Free Lunch" during your first year of membership.

    If choosing this option, choose lunch option without cost. We will take care of this administratively.

Registration Required

Deadline October 7

TO ADD YOUR GUEST: click on the "ADD GUEST" button at the bottom of the registration form and enter the guest information, as indicated.
Registration is closed

10:00 A.M. Check-in begins

10:30 A.M. Morning Program

11:45 A.M. Luncheon and Speaker 

Come and experience the amazing musical program once again coordinated by our own luncheon committee member, Marc Fink, Professor of Music. The morning program will consist of music for violin and piano performed by DMA candidates, Kaleigh Acord and Eric Tran. The program will include Sergei Prokofiev's 5 Melodies, JS Bach's Partita No. 1 in b minor for solo violin, and Claude Debussy's Sonata for Violin and Piano.

We begin our 2019-2020 luncheon series with Lisa Carter, Vice Provost for Libraries and University Librarian at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, who will address “UW-Madison libraries: empowering discovery, scholarship, and lifelong learning.” In her role, Lisa oversees campus libraries and provides leadership for strategic planning; fundraising; coordination of library collections, services and personnel; and advancing campus partnerships. She also directs efforts to enhance access to collections and cultivates campus, regional, national, and international partnerships.

The UW-Madison libraries lead the selection, organization, preservation and sharing of scholarly resources that power the UW world-class research and teaching. The libraries provide physical and virtual environments that inspire engagement, innovation, and learning. The information services provide library staff as essential partners in the academic enterprise. Carter will share how the libraries are collaborating and transforming to meet the needs of the University of Wisconsin-Madison in ways that enhance the quality of life in the state.


New Member Table:   If you are new to UWRA or have attended one or two UWRA luncheons or events, we welcome you. There will be a special luncheon table for new attendees to meet board members who will welcome you to UWRA and answer any of your questions or concerns, Look for the table tent saying, "New Member Table".


Food Pantry Contributions:   

The pantry recipient for this event will be Open Seat Food Pantry. We can accept both cash and checks payable to UW Foundation with Open Seat Food Pantry on the memo line.


Menu:  The luncheon buffet entrees are oven roasted turkey breast, mashed potatoes, vegetarian lasagna, garden salad, seasoned green beans, rolls & butter, coffee, tea, iced tea and milk.


Advance registration is required and you are encouraged to register online. To register by mail with check, use the Registration Form

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