The Center moved to a bigger location

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 Meadowood Volunteer? We invite neighbors, students and any other interested party to apply to become a Meadowood Volunteer. Just print off and complete the MSCR Volunteer Application and return to the Center.

New! Senior Meal Program in cooperation with West Madison Senior Center & Meadowridge Library

Begins Tuesday, November 24 at 11:30 am with a Thanksgiving Meal

The program will continue on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:30 am. The suggested donation for those 60 and older is $4, but seniors should only pay what they can afford. Transportation to the meals is also available for a suggested donation of $1 per round trip. To reserve a meal and transportation, call 238-0196 by 12 pm the prior day.



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

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