The Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center is a community-directed, non-profit organization based in Madison’s Williamson-Marquette neighborhood, partnering with local organizations and businesses to enhance the quality of life for all generations through its programs, services, events and celebrations.

The Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center mural, created by Sharon Kilfoy and other Marquette area artists.

Upcoming Events

Kirtan Practice Circle

Sing ancient mantras, meditate, dance, and just be!
Sunday, February 5th from 4-6 pm. 

Teaching Yoga For Children:

An 18-hour workshop to learn how to teach yoga to children, incorporating stress- and anxiety-reducing techniques, philosophies, and creating engaging lesson plans. You do not have to be a yoga teacher to take this class!
Saturdays, Jan. 28th and Feb. 4th, and 11th
10:30-5:30

Family Story Theatre Workshop:

Come With Me, Come With Me To See The World! Hear and participate in stories from around the world.
Saturdays, 2-3:15 p.m. Feb. 4th, 11th & 18th.
More info here.  Register Here.

Wild Hog in the Woods

Friday, January 20, 8:00 pm – Skip Jones and Randall Harrison Hoecherl

Cabin Fever Square Dance & Potluck

6:15 pm for Potluck; 7 pm the dancing begins!

Join Grampa’s Elixir for a family-friendly night of fun!

$7/person or $20/family

Find more info here  

Dance, Yoga & Fitness

Intro to Tai-Chi

Samba Workshop: Beginner Session: Dec. 5th – Feb 20th 

Yoga For Osteoporosis: Next Session Begins March 3rd

Strong Women Spring Session: April 11 – June 15th

Kids’ Classes:
Winter Classes Begin January 26th

Family Playgroup Fall 2016

Toddler Dance: Thursdays, 4-4:45 p.m.

Beginner Ballet: Thursdays, 5-5:45 p.m.

 

2017 Eastside Festivals
Waterfront Fest: June 10 & 11
La Fete de Marquette: July 13-16
AtwoodFest: July 29 & 30
Orton Park Festival: August 24-27
The Willy Street Fair: Sept. 16 & 17

Nurturing People & Community

Contact us for more information.

Your Donation Can Make a Difference!

Your donation will help us continue to provide a wide array of services to area youth, adults and elders each year. Even a small donation makes a difference.