Meadowridge Dance Group

Meadowood Neighborhood Center

What is the Meadowood Neighborhood Center?

MSCR operates Meadowood Neighborhood Center in collaboration with the City of Madison on Madison's southwest side, in the Meadowood Shopping Center. The purpose of the Meadowood Neighborhood Center is to provide a safe, supervised place for youth during afterschool and evening hours, for neighbors to socialize, and space for MSCR programs such as arts, fitness and much more.

Would you like to become a volunteer? We invite neighbors, students and any other interested party to apply to volunteer.  Print off and complete the MSCR Volunteer Application, and return to the Center.

Read with a Cop! 

Wednesday, September 27, 4-6 pm, 5802 Raymond Road (grassy area next to Old National Bank)

Held in cooperation with Common Wealth, Madison Police, Madison Community Policing, Madison Public Library with funding from Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Grant. 

  • Free books for grade school & middle-school youth
  • Free food

Programs at Meadowood Neighborhood Center

Meadowood offers a variety of programs for all ages -  afterschool programs, story telling, computer lab, fitness, art and more.  

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New Stepping On: Falls Prevention Class

in cooperation with Safe Communities and West Madison Senior Center

Each class is taught by a medically-trained leader and features guest speakers who provide information about:
• Fall hazards
• Your fall risk
• Up-to-date falls prevention information
• How vision & medication affect falls

Wednesdays, November 1 – December 20 (Skip Dec 13),1:15 – 3:15 pm
To register, call Candice at 608-238-7368 x8

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5734 Raymond Road (at the intersection of Whitney Way and Raymond Road) Madison, WI 53711

What's Happening at Meadowood Neighborhood Center

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