At University Apartments, we are always looking for ways to get everyone involved in our community. We offer many weekly events, field trips, teen/youth only events, parent groups, and many other activities. Be sure to frequently check our events calendar to see what’s going on and how to sign-up for events. Be sure you take a look at the details of the event, although many of our events are FREE we also organize several other events that have a fee to participate in.
Another great way to stay plugged into the happenings and events in our community is to connect with us on social media.
University Apartments News
University Apartments publishes a monthly electronic newsletter. This e-newsletter will keep you up-to-speed on everything going on in our community. Past paper copies are located in the archive below.
UA WEEKLY EVENTS As always, we have many events happening in the Community Center. See below for a listing of weekly events. Mondays Zumba, 5:30-6:30 p.m.; Large Gym Table Tennis, 6-7:45 p.m.; Room 139 Kid’s …February 24, 2020
For the second year, there will be an option for Community Supported Agriculture available in the Eagle Heights/University Houses area. Small Family Farms will have a pick-up site at Bernie’s Place located at 39 University …February 24, 2020
On April 5, volunteers from the Friends of the Lakeshore Nature Preserve will offer a Destination for Exploration as part of the three-day UW-Madison Science Expeditions. Friendly guides will greet visitors at the entrance to Picnic …February 24, 2020
If you’ve lived in the Eagle Heights or University Houses area for any extent of time, you’ve probably met our growing numbers of turkeys. According to wildlife experts, our mix of nearby wooded areas, ample …February 24, 2020
Would you like to have a garden this summer? If you would like to have your own garden plot at the Eagle Heights or University Houses gardens, we are accepting applications now. Applications can be …February 24, 2020
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Knowledge – Involvement – Development – Safety
KIDSville is a FREE program that teaches children a variety of topics in a town square-style classroom. Kids ages four to seven learn the basics of many topics that will help them succeed in school. Sessions normally run 60-90 minutes and include 24-30 children divided into groups of five or six, plus a chaperone.
Interested in getting involved?
Contact University Apartments Community Officer Terry Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org.