Olin & Turville Parks
Bird & Nature Adventure: Sunday, January 14, 1:30 PM
Concerts in Olin Pavilion each Thursday in September, 2023
FREE fall concerts return to the Olin Park Pavilion this September on every Thursday from 6 to 8 PM:
-- CRIS PLATA on Thursday, September 7th
-- MARK CROFT TRIO on Thursday, September 14th
-- THE WHISKEY FARM on Thursday, September 21st
-- GROOVIN BROTHERS (FRANKIE LEE) Thursday, September 28th
Bring the family, bring a picnic - chairs and tables provided. Since the pavilion is sheltered, concerts will proceed rain or shine. But let's hope for really great September weather! The Pavilion is located within Olin Park at 1156 Olin-Turville Ct, Madison, WI 53715.
Dances Return to Olin Pavilion on Tuesdays in May, 2023
Sorta last minute, but FREE instruction and dancing will return to the Olin Pavilion on the following Tuesdays this May from 6 to 8 PM:
-- Tuesday, May 9th: Madison Tango Society
-- Tuesday, May 16th: Madison Tango Society
-- Tuesday, May 23rd: MadCoCo (Contra)
-- Tuesday, May 30th: West Coast Swing
Yoga Returns to Olin Pavilion in the Summer of 2023
Friends of the free asanas - mark your calendars for the remaining two sessions of yoga in the Olin Park pavilion: Monday, June 26th, and Monday, July 17th at 6 PM, in the pavilion. Sam Kellogg will again provide instruction and guidance in her Alignment Yoga method. Her classes are open to all levels of experience, and will focus on the yoga fundamentals of breathing and asana postures. Bring a mat if you have one, but mats and props will be available. So come together with mindful others in the serenity of the historic Olin Park pavilion to nurture your yoga practice and enjoy the city skyline view.
Most recent FOOT meeting was Thursday, March 23, 2023
Eight of us gathered in person at The Borough's Brew Company on Thursday, March 23 at 6:30 PM for a long overdue FOOT meeting. Two key topic of discussion were:
1) Planning for the 2023 'season' at the Olin Park pavilion. Concert, dance and yoga series were
proposed, and dates will be established soon.
2) Discussion of likes, dislikes and concerns regarding the three final designs for the Lake Monona
Waterfront Design Challenge. Those comments have been summarized and submitted to the city's
Ad Hoc Committee overseeing the Design Challenge.
Folks on our email list automatically receive meeting FOOT-Notes, and FOOT-Notes are also archived here on our website.