The East Madison/Monona Coalition of the Aging (EMMCA) is a nonprofit agency providing social services to help area seniors maintain their independence and life satisfaction. EMMCA does this by:
Providing programs and services for senior adults.
Assisting senior adults and their families in accessing services.
Networking with agencies and organizations interested in senior issues and concerns.
Theresa’s Tours – Wisconsin Historical Museum
Shifting Gears: A Cyclical History of Badger Bicycling
In this new exhibit, you'll travel through 130 years of Wisconsin cycling history.
Discover how the long and sometimes contentious story of the growth and
of cycling in Wisconsin in the late 1800s is once again playing out today.
When: Wednesday, April 15, 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Where: Leaving from and returning to Monona Meadows, 250 Femrite Drive
Cost: Suggested donation of $10 will cover transportation and tour fee
Transportation will leave Monona Meadows, 250 Femrite Drive, at 1:30 for an hour long tour and will return by 3:30 pm. If you would like to have lunch prior to the tour, please contact Theresa to reserve a meal.
For more information or to sign up, call Theresa at 223-3111.
Seniors, join us on Fridays between 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. for a nutritious breakfast at Cranberry Creek Cafe. Choose between 3 delicious options and pay by donation.
Farm Fresh: A farm fresh organic scrambled egg with rustic red potatoes, Jones Farm sausage patty, 2 slices of whole wheat bread and butter, and a 6 oz. glass of fresh squeezed juice.
Wholesome: Hearty steel cut oats served with pecans and dried cranberries, whole grain toast and butter, and a fresh fruit cup of melon and berries.
French Toast & Fixin’s: Fruit topped French toast served with syrup, rustic red potatoes, Jones Farm sausage, and fresh squeezed juice.
Milk and/or coffee are available upon request. Substitutions are not available with these meals.
On August 8, County Executive Joe Parisi joined area seniors at the grand opening of EMMCA’s new breakfast program, My Meal My Way. Mr. Parisi sipped coffee, ate organic food and enjoyed mingling with seniors, some of whom came with friends or family who ordered off the regular Cranberry Creek menu. Thank you to all who came out and made our newest meal site a success!