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High Noon Saloon

Pundamonium: The Madison Pun Slam! - Tickets - High Noon Saloon - Madison, WI - November 18th, 6:30p. Click through for details.

September 23-29: Madison Magazine's Festival of Food. The 2013 Festival of Food brings you the second-annual weeklong celebration that will spotlight the region's most delectable edibles and delicious beverages. Most events are 25 dollars per person.

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Verona Public Library

Thursday, January 23, 2014 @ 7-8 pm (Verona Public Library) - Join UW-Madison PhD student Fahed Masalkhi for a discussion of the basic beliefs of Christianity and Islam. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is requested. Click through for details.

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Capitol Square

Saturday, September 20 ,2014 | Capitol Square | The Food for Thought Festival is a fun, festive forum that explores and celebrates our many opportunities to eat more pleasurably, healthfully and sustainably. Click through for details!

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Overture Center For The Arts

Tuesday, September 23, 2014 | 7-8:30p | The Playhouse (room) at Overture Center | If you're interested in the creative process, art, costumes, or multimedia projects, then this event will be a wonderful opportunity to practice your English listening skills while you pursue your interests. Academy Evenings are free an open to the public, but you must RSVP. (RSVP = tell them you are coming) Click through for details.

Friday, February 21, 2014 @ 7-9p (Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery) -- SoundWaves combines scientific lectures about the world with classical music. The lectures, while demanding careful listening, are designed for the layman and not the specialist. Each event concludes with a live performance of music related to the evening's theme. This month: The Science of Music and Wood. Click through to register (free).

April 18-20: Engineering Expo @ UW-Madison’s College of Engineering. Expo is run entirely by students and brings over 10,000 visitors to campus biennially. Free and open to the public. Click thru for schedule of events + more.