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September, 2018

Monday
10
Attic Angel Place Community Room
10:00 AM
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Free and open to all.Held at Attic Angel Place.
What I learned and Observed Living in China. Vincent D‘Orazio, Current Attic Angel Prairie Point Resident, Biochemistry and English teacher at Tianjin Medical University in Tianjin, China
Monday
10
Monona Library - Downstairs conference room
1:00 PM
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Free. A first of three sessions: SAIL member, MJ Jones, will discuss reliable sources and sites, DNA testing, census data, and more. And be forewarned—there will be homework! The sessions will build, so plan to attend all three!
Tuesday
11
Oakwood Village
10:00 AM
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Free and open to male SAIL members. Held at Oakwood Village We’ll continue the open-ended format that is working well. Participants choose discussion topics: sports, history, current events, foreign affairs, whatever the interest may be
Thursday
13
Oakwood Village
2:00 PM
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NOTE TIME. Free and Open to SAIL members. Held at Oakwood Village. A panel of experienced professionals will discuss creative and easy ways to leave your legacy.
Friday
14
McDaniel Park for Walk (McFarland) Green Lantern for lunch (see address below)
10:30 AM
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Open to SAIL Members.
See description for location information. Members will enjoy a nice nature walk followed by lunch.
Monday
17
Attic Angel Place Community Room
10:00 AM
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Free and open to all. The Power to Change Lives: The Award-Winning UW Odyssey Project. Emily Auerbach, Professor of English, Director with UW Odyssey Project, Co-host for University of the Air at WI Public Radio.
Monday
17
Monona Gardens
11:30 AM
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Registration required. Come and enjoy lunch with fellow SAIL members!
Monday
17
Attic Angel Place
1:00 PM
Monday
17
Monona Library - downstairs conference room
1:00 PM
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Second in series of three: SAIL member, MJ Jones will discuss reliable sources and sites, DNA testing, census data, and more. And be forewarned—there will be homework! Each session will build, so for the most benefit, plan to attend all three.
Wednesday
19
Sequoya Library
1:30 PM
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We will be discussing "The Boys in the Boat: The True Story of an American Team‘s Epic Journey to Win Gold at the 1936 Olympics by Daniel James Brown.
Thursday
20
Monona Library
10:00 AM
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Four sessions without charge for full time members; associate members pay $20 each session.
Friday
21
Attic Angel Private Dining Room
1:30 PM
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NOTE LOCATION! Free. Jean Kalscheur from the Wisconsin Council of the Blind will be there to share tips, tricks, and gadgets that members will benefit from knowing about, as well as share information about the services they offer.
Monday
24
733 N High Point Rd
10:00 AM
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Registration required. These are individual 30-minute appointments with the full attention of our tutor, Dave Friedman, for that time. Be sure to bring your phone, tablet, or laptop, along with a list of questions.
Monday
24
Attic Angel Place Community Room
10:00 AM
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Dane County Immigration Affairs
Monday
24
Monona Library - downstairs conference room
1:00 PM
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Third session. Are you interested in Genealogy but not sure how to get started? Wonder which resources out there are reliable and which ones are not worth the time or money? SAIL member MJ Jones has graciously agree to lead a three-session series.
Tuesday
25
St. Mary's Hospital
11:30 AM
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Registration Required. A falls prevention event led by community professionals and UW students.
Thursday
27
Olive Garden
11:30 AM
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Registration required. Come join fellow SAIL members for an enjoyable lunch!
Friday
28
Friday
28
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This one-day event includes speakers, workshops and resource tables with the purpose of providing valuable information on topics related to crime prevention and safety. The event is well attended by law enforcement, older adults, aging-network profes
Saturday
29
Sunday
30
Oakwood Village Arts Center
2:00 PM
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Free. Sunday Movie: RBG: An intimate portrait of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and how her early legal battles changed the world for women.

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