Join us for a festive program that will include graham cracker houses, Wisconsin Dickens Carolers, and a holiday book display. The carolers will provide music history and country origins between musical selections. We will display literature that includes Charles Dickens as well as holiday stories from many cultures. All ages welcome!
Cambridge Community Library
This performance will be part of the Actively Aging Luncheons sponsored by Cambridge Activities Program (CAP). The quartet will consist of a clarinet, cello, piano, and violin/oboe. Klezmer music and music history will be provided as the audience enjoys the monthly meal.
HMong music is the last surviving musical language in the world—it is able to mimic HMong speech by using musical intervals, ornamentation, and chords to mimic linguistic tones, consonants, and vowels—allowing musicians to literally speak with music.
A wildly unique opportunity to learn about animals in a fun and exciting way! We truly believe it is important not only to inform and educate people about animals and the world around us, but it also helps teach empathy and respect. We feel that if one can learn to love, care and respect animals, it is the first step in learning to love, care and respect the people with whom we share our earth.
This pre-recorded demonstration will interest Minecraft beginners. Mario will demonstrate how to start creating a three dimensional world. Look for the link on our Facebook and website pages. View here.
Enjoy polka music, animated trivia, and magic tricks with Mike Schneider!
This 45-minute live program is an introduction to the crocodilian family. Bruce Shwedick begins his presentation by comparing the skulls of these iconic reptiles and then the audience will meet four live crocodilians from around the globe. A 15-minute question and answer session will follow his presentation.
G'day! Didgeridoo Down Under is a high-energy, Australia-themed show that combines music, culture, comedy, character building, and storytelling. The didgeridoo has been played by Aboriginal Australians for at least 1,500 years and is known for its otherworldly sound. But DDU is more than music. It’s educational, motivational and super fun. You’ll learn about Aussie culture, animals and more, all while moving & grooving to the pulsing rhythms of the didge!
(for all ages)
This free program will include dancing, Nutcracker information, and a question and answer session.
If you would like to purchase a $4 noon lunch with CAP Actively Aging, please contact Jordan at 608-423-8045 or Nancy at 608-423-8142.
This presentation will examine the history of language surrounding mental illness, how this language has evolved, how the words we have used and still use when talking about mental illness may contribute to the stigma surrounding mental illness, and where we are now (for example, the current concept of "person-first language"). Presented by Dr. Sarah Hessenauer, Department of Social Work, UW-Whitewater. This program is provided by a generous grant from Beyond the Page, This program is part of the series, "What We Are Going Through: Listening to Mental Illness."