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 about Tauri Robinson, Meadowood Neighborhood Center Director!

Food Pantry Volunteers Needed!

The Meadowood Neighborhood Center started offering a senior food pantry every Thursday. We need volunteers to help distribute food to seniors wanting pantry items.

The shifts would be 10:45am - 12:30pm, Thursdays. Please click on the sign up genius if you are able to volunteer. A brief Volunteer Application must be completed. 

Sign Up Sheet: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F0B4EAEA822AAF94-mncsenior 

Food Pantry Hours: 

  • Mondays and Fridays- 9:00am-5:00pm
  • Tuesday-Thursday- 9:00am-8:00pm
  • Saturday- 12noon-5:00pm

Programs at Meadowood Neighborhood Center

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

MNC is working with the Meadowridge Library  

The MSCR Meadowood Neighborhood Center and the Meadowridge Library took a youth group to see Angie Thomas speak. Thomas is the author of "The Hate U Give" which the teens read.

Thomas talked about how kids are world changers -- by choosing what they care about and taking an interest in their community. The group leader felt the author connected with the children and explained "It's very powerful to me that we, as adults who have influences in these kids' lives, are taking the time to understand their lives in a multitude of ways."

Read about another author visit 

View Fall 2017 Activities

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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