Speaker Date Topic
Lisa Humenik Jan 28, 2021
2020 ALICE Report

Lisa Humenik, Executive Directory of the Waunakee Neighborhood Connection, will present tot he group on the 2020 ALICE Report, which looks at the data and issues regarding households making less than what it takes to cover basic costs of living. She will discuss the needs, wishes, challenges, and successes that we see local families experiencing who are living in this situation.

Terri Sorg Feb 04, 2021

Terri Sorg, a Wisconsin author (located in Wisconsin Dells) and retired mental health Registered Nurse will present about her series of books for kids and parents about the importance of loving yourself. Her new book "Anxiety" has plenty of tips for people of all ages that she will disucss with the group. 

Gavin Luther Feb 11, 2021
Waunakee UniverCity Year Project

Gavin Luther, managing director of UniverCity Alliance at University of Wisconsin-Madison will talk with the group about Waunakee's UniverCity Projects that will be happening over the next couple of years and what all the program entails. 

Gary Brown Feb 18, 2021
The Campus Master Plan: A Vision for the Future

The UW-Madison’s 2015 Campus Master Plan provides a roadmap for future development options from 2015 to 2025 along with design guidelines, updates to the 2005 campus utilities and transportation master plans, the first ever landscape master plan and a new stormwater management/green infrastructure plan for the 938-acre campus in downtown Madison. The overall plan was also the first ever City of Madison approved campus master plan as required by municipal ordinance, saving the university time and money on municipal entitlement processes. Gary Brown, Director of Campus Planning and Landscape Architecture in Facilities Planning & Management will discuss the overall goals, major initiatives and thoughts about moving forward in a post-pandemic higher education learning environment.

Erick Plumb, Sue McDade, Jeff Skoug, Cindy Mosiman Feb 25, 2021
Village Public Department Updates

Department Heads from the Waunakee Libray, Village Center and Senior Center will give updates on how their departments have adjusted during the COVID-19 Pandemic to continue to provide their valuable services to the community.