Our next Family Fun Night is Science Night and we're taking a trip to the Madison Madison Children's Museum to discover science, technology & engineering in fun and creative ways. Sack dinners and transportation will be provided from the Center. All parents of children in our program are invited to attend. To learn more and to register, continue to our parent programming page.
We have a snazzy new way to view our past issues of the Eastside News online. To read more about what's happening at the Goodman Center, in your neighborhood and in your city, browse our catalog.
The Goodman Community Center has many warm, welcoming rooms for one-time or ongoing meetings or events. To meet your needs, we offer audio-visual walk-throughs, Working Class Catering, and a variety of room set-ups and options. To learn more about how to rent a space, please continue to our room reservations page.
Our GCC older adult program offer daily nutritious lunches, card games, bingo, philosophy discussions, Tai Chi, gentle exercise and lots of laughs. To read more about our daily programming--particularly on Thurdays--continue to our Older Adults Program page.
When Madison Schools are closed due to inclement weather, all youth and senior program activities scheduled that day are canceled. Center facilities may remain open and be staffed on a limited basis. If severe weather requires us to close the Center on a weekend, you'll find a message on our phone system and here on our home page to let you know. In some situations, private events may still take place even though the Center is closed due to severe weather. If you were planning to attend a scheduled private event, please contact your event's organizer for more information.
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