The Verona Senior Center is offering a variety of virtual programs to keep aging minds and bodies fit and healthy. For information about how to register for events or the associated costs, visit friendsofverona seniorcenter.org/calendar
Some of these events require advanced registration to receive links to the Zoom meetings. Other events are held through Facebook Live. For information, visit veronapubliclibrary.org/events
Madison-based author Christine Virnig, like most people, didn’t know that Roman charioteers used to drink animal dung for energy.
Verona Area Community Theater had originally planned a traditional play for this winter, but the organization decided it could not perform in-person because of COVID-19 and the play it had chosen would not translate well to a virtual environment, producer Dale Nickels told the Press.
The Upper Sugar River Watershed Association (USRWA) is teaming up with University of WIsconsin-Madison’s Renz lab to host a public webinar on managing invasive species.
- Moms Demand Action meeting set March 14
- County climate action plan presentation set March 12
- Women’s suffrage presentation set March 11
- Herb, gardening presentation set for March 10
- Lions Club hosts food drive for BPNN
- Verona artist Pat Kroth shares challenges, opportunities of creating during a pandemic
- Backyard compost presentation set for March 2
- ‘Old school’ snowball fight at McPherson rural school
- USRWA volunteer day set for Feb. 27
- Photos: Pick-up hockey games ensue on city ice rinks
- Sow’s Ear owner interning at Madison Museum of Contemporary Art
- Historical society set to host virtual annual meeting on Feb. 13
- Verona families share how they’ll celebrate Chinese New Year
- Book Review: "Dung for Dinner: A Stomach-Churning Look at the Animal Poop, Pee, Vomit, and Secretions That People Have Eaten (and Often Still Do!)" by Christine Virnig
- Lions food drive for BPNN set Feb. 20