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Monday, October 20, 2014
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Sinsinawa: Quilt Show ( 10:00 am - 5:00 pm )

The Sinsinawa Art Gallery presents "The Love of Quilting Is Our Common Thread," the 24th annual quilt exhibit October 3 through November 30. The show features quilts having a connection to either a Sinsinawa Dominican Sister or a Mound staff person. Each year's exhibit features quilts not previously displayed. Two of the quilts in this show were made by women in the United States who used hand-dyed fabric scraps from a fair trade cooperative in India. The money raised from the sale of the two quilts will go to support the Indian women who belong to the cooperative and their children. The art gallery is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information, contact Michelle Till at 608-748-4411, ext. 849, or visit www.sinsinawa.org




Around The Farm Table And Wisconsin Life ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

Wisconsin Public Television (WPT) brings viewers closer to the state's most fascinating people when Around the Farm Table and Wisconsin Life return with all-new episodes airing on Mondays. The two program series are dedicated to telling stories about Wisconsin people and places and air back-to-back on Mondays in October and November.

Around the Farm Table

Beginning at 8 p.m., Around the Farm Table profiles and celebrates Midwestern farmers and artisan food producers. Driven to seek out the best ingredients the region has to offer, each episode follows host and organic dairy farmer Inga Witscher as she gathers what she needs to produce a meal that celebrates our landscape and our appetites. Along the way, viewers meet the people across the state who are helping bring high-quality food to our tables.

Wisconsin Life

At 8:30 p.m., Wisconsin Life highlights the stories of intriguing Wisconsinites -- from Waukesha to Washburn and everywhere in between -- and brings to life the humorous, surprising, and sometimes emotional tales of those who call Wisconsin home. With the return of new episodes of Wisconsin Life, viewers can watch all-new stories from communities across the state.

Past seasons of Wisconsin Life and Around the Farm Table are available for free online streaming at wpt.org




Twin Sisters ( 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm )

Filmmaker Mona Friis Bertheussen's documentary examines the inextricable bond between adopted twins reared apart. An Independent Lens presentation. (TV-G -- general audience) WPT (PBS)




Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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Sinsinawa: Quilt Show ( 10:00 am - 5:00 pm )

The Sinsinawa Art Gallery presents "The Love of Quilting Is Our Common Thread," the 24th annual quilt exhibit October 3 through November 30. The show features quilts having a connection to either a Sinsinawa Dominican Sister or a Mound staff person. Each year's exhibit features quilts not previously displayed. Two of the quilts in this show were made by women in the United States who used hand-dyed fabric scraps from a fair trade cooperative in India. The money raised from the sale of the two quilts will go to support the Indian women who belong to the cooperative and their children. The art gallery is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information, contact Michelle Till at 608-748-4411, ext. 849, or visit www.sinsinawa.org




Priests For Life Program On Radio Maria ( 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm )

Priests for Life now has a weekly hour-long pro-life radio program on Radio Maria.
The program is called Gospel of Life with Janet Morana as host and appearances with Fr. Frank Pavone occasionally. It can be heard from 5 to 6 p.m. every Tuesday. The show is re-aired Thursdays at 1 a.m. Radio Maria, which began as a parish radio station in Milan, Italy, now has a worldwide reach. It began broadcasting from its first English-speaking station in Alexandria, La., in 2000. Radio maria has stations in seven states, and programming can be heard on the Internet at www.RadioMaria.US Listeners can call in to a toll free number 866-333-6279.




Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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Sinsinawa: Quilt Show ( 10:00 am - 5:00 pm )

The Sinsinawa Art Gallery presents "The Love of Quilting Is Our Common Thread," the 24th annual quilt exhibit October 3 through November 30. The show features quilts having a connection to either a Sinsinawa Dominican Sister or a Mound staff person. Each year's exhibit features quilts not previously displayed. Two of the quilts in this show were made by women in the United States who used hand-dyed fabric scraps from a fair trade cooperative in India. The money raised from the sale of the two quilts will go to support the Indian women who belong to the cooperative and their children. The art gallery is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information, contact Michelle Till at 608-748-4411, ext. 849, or visit www.sinsinawa.org




Ben Franklin’s Balloons ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

This episode of the series Nova follows the re-creation of an 18th-century hot air balloon, using period tools and materials. (TV-PG -- parental guidance suggested) WPT (PBS)




Thursday, October 23, 2014
Priests For Life Program On Radio Maria ( 1:00 am - 2:00 am )

Priests for Life now has a weekly hour-long pro-life radio program on Radio Maria.
The program is called Gospel of Life with Janet Morana as host and appearances with Fr. Frank Pavone occasionally. It can be heard from 5 to 6 p.m. every Tuesday. The show is re-aired Thursdays at 1 a.m. Radio Maria, which began as a parish radio station in Milan, Italy, now has a worldwide reach. It began broadcasting from its first English-speaking station in Alexandria, La., in 2000. Radio maria has stations in seven states, and programming can be heard on the Internet at www.RadioMaria.US Listeners can call in to a toll free number 866-333-6279.




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Sinsinawa: Quilt Show ( 10:00 am - 5:00 pm )

The Sinsinawa Art Gallery presents "The Love of Quilting Is Our Common Thread," the 24th annual quilt exhibit October 3 through November 30. The show features quilts having a connection to either a Sinsinawa Dominican Sister or a Mound staff person. Each year's exhibit features quilts not previously displayed. Two of the quilts in this show were made by women in the United States who used hand-dyed fabric scraps from a fair trade cooperative in India. The money raised from the sale of the two quilts will go to support the Indian women who belong to the cooperative and their children. The art gallery is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information, contact Michelle Till at 608-748-4411, ext. 849, or visit www.sinsinawa.org




The Glass Bottom Boat ( 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm )

(1966) A secretary (Doris Day) and a scientific genius (Rod Taylor) get involved with each other and assorted spies, gadgets, and contrivances. The comedy has a number of good sight gags, some clever situations and a fine supporting cast. As put together by director Frank Tashlin, it adds up to a lot of fun. (A-II -- adults and adolescents) (Not rated) TCM (cable)




Madison: American Boychoir ( 7:00 pm )

The American Boychoir will be performing a free concert on Thursday, Oct. 23, at 7 p.m. at Good Shepherd Parish, St. James Church, 1130 St. James Court in Madison. There will be a free-will offering.




Friday, October 24, 2014
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Sinsinawa: Quilt Show ( 10:00 am - 5:00 pm )

The Sinsinawa Art Gallery presents "The Love of Quilting Is Our Common Thread," the 24th annual quilt exhibit October 3 through November 30. The show features quilts having a connection to either a Sinsinawa Dominican Sister or a Mound staff person. Each year's exhibit features quilts not previously displayed. Two of the quilts in this show were made by women in the United States who used hand-dyed fabric scraps from a fair trade cooperative in India. The money raised from the sale of the two quilts will go to support the Indian women who belong to the cooperative and their children. The art gallery is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information, contact Michelle Till at 608-748-4411, ext. 849, or visit www.sinsinawa.org




Madison: Choral Concert ( 7:00 pm )

The Edgewood College Chamber Singers, Women's Choir, and Men's Choir will present a fall choral concert on Friday, Oct. 24, at 7 p.m., in Edgewood College's St. Joseph Chapel, 1000 Edgewood College Dr. There is no admission charge.




Wisconsin 2014 Attorney General Debate ( 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm )

Republican candidate for Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel and Democratic candidate Susan Happ will face off in a debate broadcast live. Also streaming at wpt.org WPT (PBS)




Saturday, October 25, 2014
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The Way Back ( 8:00 am - 10:15 am )

(2011) Inspirational, partly fact-based portrayal of a 4,000-mile trek by escaped prisoners from a Russian gulag to political asylum in India. Director and co-writer Peter Weir's superbly made drama sees an ensemble of skilled actors (Jim Sturgess, Ed Harris, Colin Farrell, and Saiorse Ronan) displaying deeply felt emotions along with stunning courage, although The Long Walk -- the 1956 book on which the script is based -- has been shown to fall short of the truth. Probably acceptable for older teens. Fleeting rough language. (A-III -- adults) (PG-13 -- parents strongly cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13) Showtime (cable)




Sinsinawa: Quilt Show ( 10:00 am - 5:00 pm )

The Sinsinawa Art Gallery presents "The Love of Quilting Is Our Common Thread," the 24th annual quilt exhibit October 3 through November 30. The show features quilts having a connection to either a Sinsinawa Dominican Sister or a Mound staff person. Each year's exhibit features quilts not previously displayed. Two of the quilts in this show were made by women in the United States who used hand-dyed fabric scraps from a fair trade cooperative in India. The money raised from the sale of the two quilts will go to support the Indian women who belong to the cooperative and their children. The art gallery is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information, contact Michelle Till at 608-748-4411, ext. 849, or visit www.sinsinawa.org




Concilio Vaticano II: The Second Vatican Council ( 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

A look at the historical, theological, and cultural impact of Vatican II on the Church and the modern world. (TV-G -- general audience) EWTN (cable)




Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters ( 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

(2013) Problematic material occasionally mars this otherwise serviceable adventure sequel in which the title character (Logan Lerman) -- a modern-day demigod whose father is the Greek ruler of the seas, Poseidon -- embarks on a quest to find the Golden Fleece. He’s accompanied on the journey by his two best friends -- a satyr (Brandon T. Jackson) and the goddess Athena's daughter (Alexandra Daddario) -- as well as by his newly discovered half-brother (Douglas Smith). But another offspring of the Olympian deities, the rebellious son of Hermes (Jake Abel), is also after the magical hide, hoping to use it for his own nefarious purposes. Special effects-generated creatures take priority over human characters in director Thor Freudenthal's adaptation of the second in Rick Riordan’s series of novels for young people -- a follow-up to 2010's Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief. Parents will want to be aware, moreover, that the mythological elements underlying the franchise seem to be emphasized with increased forcefulness here, while a passing reference to Christianity is at best ambiguous. Yet the script does promote youthful self-confidence, reconciliation with rivals, sibling solidarity. and tolerance toward those perceived as different. Steady but mostly bloodless violence, pagan themes, an irreverent joke, and a few mildly crass terms. Probably acceptable for older adolescents. (A-III -- adults) (PG -- parental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children) HBO (cable)




Sunday, October 26, 2014
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Sinsinawa: Quilt Show ( 10:00 am - 5:00 pm )

The Sinsinawa Art Gallery presents "The Love of Quilting Is Our Common Thread," the 24th annual quilt exhibit October 3 through November 30. The show features quilts having a connection to either a Sinsinawa Dominican Sister or a Mound staff person. Each year's exhibit features quilts not previously displayed. Two of the quilts in this show were made by women in the United States who used hand-dyed fabric scraps from a fair trade cooperative in India. The money raised from the sale of the two quilts will go to support the Indian women who belong to the cooperative and their children. The art gallery is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information, contact Michelle Till at 608-748-4411, ext. 849, or visit www.sinsinawa.org




In Concert: Mozart’s Mass In C Minor ( 12:30 - pm - 1:30 pm )

From Knights' Hall in Wolfegg, Germany, a performance of Mozart's "Great Mass in C Minor" (TV-G -- general audience) EWTN (cable)




Madison: Band Concert ( 2:30 pm )

On Sunday, Oct. 26, at 2:30 p.m., the Edgewood College Concert Band will present a fall concert under the direction of Walter Rich. The concert will take place at St. Joseph Chapel, 1000 Edgewood College Dr., Madison. Admission is free with a freewill offering to benefit the Luke House Com-munity Meal Program in Madison.




Joan Of Arc ( 9:15 pm - 11:45 pm )

(1948) Sincere but static adaptation of the Maxwell Anderson play about the peasant girl (Ingrid Bergman) who follows her voices to lead the Dauphin's forces to victory over the English but, after his coronation as Charles VII, she was captured by the English, condemned as a heretic by a Church court and burned at the stake in 1431. Directed by Victor Fleming, Bergman's performance is bright but artificial in a studio-bound production, occasionally relieved by hokey battle scenes. But even worse than these dramatic limitations is its failure to find a spiritual dimension in the proceedings. Period violence. (A-I -- general patronage) (Not rated) TCM (cable)




Monday, October 27, 2014
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Sinsinawa: Quilt Show ( 10:00 am - 5:00 pm )

The Sinsinawa Art Gallery presents "The Love of Quilting Is Our Common Thread," the 24th annual quilt exhibit October 3 through November 30. The show features quilts having a connection to either a Sinsinawa Dominican Sister or a Mound staff person. Each year's exhibit features quilts not previously displayed. Two of the quilts in this show were made by women in the United States who used hand-dyed fabric scraps from a fair trade cooperative in India. The money raised from the sale of the two quilts will go to support the Indian women who belong to the cooperative and their children. The art gallery is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information, contact Michelle Till at 608-748-4411, ext. 849, or visit www.sinsinawa.org




On Borrowed Time ( 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

(1939) Intriguing fantasy in which a feisty grandpa (Lionel Barrymore) tricks Death, known here as Mr. Brink (Cedric Hardwicke), into an apple tree which holds him fast while the old man tries to keep his little orphaned grandson (Bobs Watson) from falling into the clutches of a dreaded spinster aunt (Eily Malyon). Director Harold S. Bucquet gets prime performances from the two leads and though the treatment is as dated as the period, the story's redemptive themes are as refreshing as ever. (A-II -- adults and adolescents) (Not rated) TCM (cable)




Around The Farm Table And Wisconsin Life ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

Wisconsin Public Television (WPT) brings viewers closer to the state's most fascinating people when Around the Farm Table and Wisconsin Life return with all-new episodes airing on Mondays. The two program series are dedicated to telling stories about Wisconsin people and places and air back-to-back on Mondays in October and November.

Around the Farm Table

Beginning at 8 p.m., Around the Farm Table profiles and celebrates Midwestern farmers and artisan food producers. Driven to seek out the best ingredients the region has to offer, each episode follows host and organic dairy farmer Inga Witscher as she gathers what she needs to produce a meal that celebrates our landscape and our appetites. Along the way, viewers meet the people across the state who are helping bring high-quality food to our tables.

Wisconsin Life

At 8:30 p.m., Wisconsin Life highlights the stories of intriguing Wisconsinites -- from Waukesha to Washburn and everywhere in between -- and brings to life the humorous, surprising, and sometimes emotional tales of those who call Wisconsin home. With the return of new episodes of Wisconsin Life, viewers can watch all-new stories from communities across the state.

Past seasons of Wisconsin Life and Around the Farm Table are available for free online streaming at wpt.org




Tuesday, October 28, 2014
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Sinsinawa: Quilt Show ( 10:00 am - 5:00 pm )

The Sinsinawa Art Gallery presents "The Love of Quilting Is Our Common Thread," the 24th annual quilt exhibit October 3 through November 30. The show features quilts having a connection to either a Sinsinawa Dominican Sister or a Mound staff person. Each year's exhibit features quilts not previously displayed. Two of the quilts in this show were made by women in the United States who used hand-dyed fabric scraps from a fair trade cooperative in India. The money raised from the sale of the two quilts will go to support the Indian women who belong to the cooperative and their children. The art gallery is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information, contact Michelle Till at 608-748-4411, ext. 849, or visit www.sinsinawa.org




Madison: Historical Museum Event ( 12:15 - pm - 1:00 pm )

The Wisconsin Historical Museum,  30 N. Carroll St., on Madison’s Capitol Square has an upcoming event: History Sandwiched In -- this informal brown-bag lunch-and-lecture series will feature historian Kim Tschudy relating the story of southern Wisconsin’s numerous abandoned "ghost" towns in "Lost Towns of Southern Wisconsin" on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 12:15 to 1 p.m. The ghost towns played an important part during the early development of Wisconsin, but today they appear only as notes on old maps or in the lore of the locality. There is a suggested donation of $2 per person. Call 608-264-6555 for more information or visit www.WisconsinHistoricalMuseum.org




Priests For Life Program On Radio Maria ( 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm )

Priests for Life now has a weekly hour-long pro-life radio program on Radio Maria.
The program is called Gospel of Life with Janet Morana as host and appearances with Fr. Frank Pavone occasionally. It can be heard from 5 to 6 p.m. every Tuesday. The show is re-aired Thursdays at 1 a.m. Radio Maria, which began as a parish radio station in Milan, Italy, now has a worldwide reach. It began broadcasting from its first English-speaking station in Alexandria, La., in 2000. Radio maria has stations in seven states, and programming can be heard on the Internet at www.RadioMaria.US Listeners can call in to a toll free number 866-333-6279.




The Rise Of ISIS ( 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm )

This episode of the series Frontline examines the miscalculations and mistakes behind the brutal rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. WPT (PBS)




Wednesday, October 29, 2014
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Sinsinawa: Quilt Show ( 10:00 am - 5:00 pm )

The Sinsinawa Art Gallery presents "The Love of Quilting Is Our Common Thread," the 24th annual quilt exhibit October 3 through November 30. The show features quilts having a connection to either a Sinsinawa Dominican Sister or a Mound staff person. Each year's exhibit features quilts not previously displayed. Two of the quilts in this show were made by women in the United States who used hand-dyed fabric scraps from a fair trade cooperative in India. The money raised from the sale of the two quilts will go to support the Indian women who belong to the cooperative and their children. The art gallery is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information, contact Michelle Till at 608-748-4411, ext. 849, or visit www.sinsinawa.org




Milwaukee: Cathedral Concerts ( 12:15 - pm )

The Fine Arts Commission of the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, 812 N. Jackson St., announces the October 2014 performers for the Wednesday Concert Series, a midweek, mid-day 30-minute concert.

  • October 8 -- Mary Ann Miller, Celtic harp
  • October 15 -- Alyssa Yank, violin and Marie Sinco Warren, cello
  • October 29 -- Mario Duella, organ

Suggested donation is $3. For more information visit www.stjohncathedral.org/finearts




Madison: Halloween Historical Museum Event ( 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm )

The Wisconsin Historical Museum,  30 N. Carroll St., on Madison’s Capitol Square has an upcoming event: The Downtown Madison Halloween "Trick-or-Treat" celebration will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 29. After trick-or-treating, there will be Late Night at the Museum from 6 to 8 p.m., featuring creepy crafts, spooky tales, and flashlight tours. These events are appropriate for ages six and up. Suggested donations are $3 for children, $4 for adults, or $10 for families of four or more. Call 608-264-6555 for more information or visit www.WisconsinHistoricalMuseum.org




The Notebook ( 7:00 pm - 10:02 pm )

The Notebook. (2004) Florid romance set in both present-day and 1940s’ North Carolina about a vacationing prep school debutante (Rachel McAdams) and a local working-class boy (Ryan Gosling) whose passion echoes through the decades and has a healing effect on an aging couple (James Garner and Gena Rowlands) who read their star-crossed saga in a diary. Though cynics may write it off as mawkishly melodramatic, director Nick Cassavetes' old-fashioned tearjerker, based on a Nicholas Sparks novel, wears its heartfelt sentimentality like a badge of honor and proves ultimately to be a tender portrait of the miraculous power of love. A few sexual encounters with shadowy nudity and recurring profanity. (A-III -- adults) (PG-13 -- parents strongly cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13) Lifetime (cable)




First Air War ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

A look at some of the early flying machines and the role they played in World War I. A Nova presentation. (TV-PG -- parental guidance suggested) WPT (PBS)




Thursday, October 30, 2014
Priests For Life Program On Radio Maria ( 1:00 am - 2:00 am )

Priests for Life now has a weekly hour-long pro-life radio program on Radio Maria.
The program is called Gospel of Life with Janet Morana as host and appearances with Fr. Frank Pavone occasionally. It can be heard from 5 to 6 p.m. every Tuesday. The show is re-aired Thursdays at 1 a.m. Radio Maria, which began as a parish radio station in Milan, Italy, now has a worldwide reach. It began broadcasting from its first English-speaking station in Alexandria, La., in 2000. Radio maria has stations in seven states, and programming can be heard on the Internet at www.RadioMaria.US Listeners can call in to a toll free number 866-333-6279.




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Sinsinawa: Quilt Show ( 10:00 am - 5:00 pm )

The Sinsinawa Art Gallery presents "The Love of Quilting Is Our Common Thread," the 24th annual quilt exhibit October 3 through November 30. The show features quilts having a connection to either a Sinsinawa Dominican Sister or a Mound staff person. Each year's exhibit features quilts not previously displayed. Two of the quilts in this show were made by women in the United States who used hand-dyed fabric scraps from a fair trade cooperative in India. The money raised from the sale of the two quilts will go to support the Indian women who belong to the cooperative and their children. The art gallery is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information, contact Michelle Till at 608-748-4411, ext. 849, or visit www.sinsinawa.org




Alex Cross ( 4:45 pm - 6:30 pm )

(2012) The titular hero (Tyler Perry) of the best-selling crime novels by James Patterson anchors an action-packed thriller, directed by Rob Cohen. Together with his partners -- a tough Irish cop (Edward Burns) and a rookie (Rachel Nichols) eager to stand toe to toe with the big guys -- Tyler's character, a detective and forensic psychologist, tracks a vicious serial killer (Matthew Fox) through the streets of Detroit. The high-stakes game of cat and mouse becomes personal when tragedy strikes close to home, and the investigators’ search for justice is tinged by a desire for revenge. Fortunately, the strong violence is lightened by moments of humor, and the picture shows us the tender side to its protagonist, a devoted family man, as well as the role of faith in his life. Intense violence, including torture, drug use, a brief nonmarital bedroom scene with partial nudity, and a few instances each of profane and rough language. (A-III -- adults) (PG-13 -- parents strongly cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13) Showtime (cable)




Friday, October 31, 2014
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Sinsinawa: Quilt Show ( 10:00 am - 5:00 pm )

The Sinsinawa Art Gallery presents "The Love of Quilting Is Our Common Thread," the 24th annual quilt exhibit October 3 through November 30. The show features quilts having a connection to either a Sinsinawa Dominican Sister or a Mound staff person. Each year's exhibit features quilts not previously displayed. Two of the quilts in this show were made by women in the United States who used hand-dyed fabric scraps from a fair trade cooperative in India. The money raised from the sale of the two quilts will go to support the Indian women who belong to the cooperative and their children. The art gallery is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information, contact Michelle Till at 608-748-4411, ext. 849, or visit www.sinsinawa.org




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