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  1. Spring Leaf Collection

    April 21 - April 25

    Spring leaf collection will begin the week of April 14 - 18, 2014 and the week of April 21 - 28, 2014, weather permitting. Please remember to keep the brush and leaves separate from each other. Leaves must be on the terrace in front of your house, not in the road. If you would like to haul your own leaves and brush, you may take them out to the compost site on Highway Q south of the Village just past Highway K. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Waunakee Public Works Garage at (608) 849-5892.

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  2. Tornado & Severe Weather Awareness Week April 21-25, 2014

    April 21 - April 25

    Tornado and Severe Awareness Week (April 21-25, 2014) is designed to remind people of the dangers associated with tornadoes, thunderstorms, flooding and hail and to encourage citizens to take protective safety measures such as developing a personal preparedness plan and putting together a disaster supply kit. Knowing what to expect and the steps to take in an emergency is the key to protecting yourself and your family. On Thursday, April 24, 2014, a statewide tornado drill is planned. The drill will be an ideal opportunity for school staff and students to practice their safety procedures for severe weather.

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  3. Main Street Construction Project Open House

    April 24, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Waunakee Village Center
    333 South Madison Street
    Waunakee, WI 53597

    Make plans to attend this very informative Main Street Construction Project Open House. Village officials along with representatives of the Department of Transportation will be available to speak about the upcoming project and answer any questions. Main Street Construction Project Open House April 24, 2014 Make plans to attend this very informative Main Street Construction Project Open House. Village officials along with representatives of the Department of Transportation will be available to speak about the upcoming project and answer any questions. Project particulars such as anticipated schedules, access issues and what the construction entails will be topics of discussion. This will be a great opportunity for people to sign up for the weekly construction update emails. Displays and maps of the project will also be available.

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  4. Brush Pick-up Week

    April 28, All Day

    Place brush on the terrace by 7:00 a.m. with the cut ends toward the road. Please leave branches as long as possible as this will save you and our crews' time. Brush is considered limbs and branches from trees and large shrubs. All other woody vegetation such as plant stalks, small bush trimmings, etc. will not be collected. This type of material can be taken to the compost site on Highway Q. south of the Village. If you have a contractor trim or prune your trees or bushes, they are responsible for the removal of the brush. Collection begins Monday and is completed within the week when Public Works has gone through the entire Village.

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  5. Village Park Restrooms Open for the Season

    April 28, All Day

    Village park restrooms will open for the season this week, weather permitting.

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  6. Plan Commission

    April 28, 7:30 PM @ Waunakee Village Hall
    500 West Main Street
    Waunakee, WI 53597

    AGENDAS WILL BE PUBLISHED AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE MEETING TIME AND MAY CHANGE PRIOR TO THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE MEETING. Agenda Web Link (Viewable by Clicking the Adobe Acrobat Icon at the Bottom Right of this Page). Agendas for these meetings will be posted at the following official posting places: Waunakee Village Hall (500 West Main Street) Waunakee Senior Center (333 South Madison Street) Waunakee/Westport Chamber of Commerce (100 East Main Street) Waunakee Police Department (205 North Klein Drive) Waunakee Utilities (322 Moravian Valley Road) Waunakee Public Library (710 South Street) Waunakee Public Works (504 Moravian Valley Road)

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  7. Stress Less Health: "Connecting with Thai: Thai Yoga Bodywork"

    April 29, 7:00 PM @ Waunakee Public Library
    710 South Street
    Waunakee, WI 53597

    Sara Cotton Butler, a registered Thai therapist RTT will cultivate your connection with movement. Learn new ways to move your body to ease your mind. In this session we will experience partner stretches and techniques to improve our ability to relax. This is a sophisticated approach to relieve the tight grip of accumulated stress and tension. Thai yoga massage is simple, wear comfortable, loose fitting clothes and bring a mat if you have one. As Sara likes to point out, gravity is the real equipment.

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