Today in 1985: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency orders an end to the dumping of sludge off the New Jersey coast into the Atlantic Ocean.
It’s today’s Action Calendar!
The Radicals and Progressives “Meet and Eat” is tonight at 5pm at the Orient House Restaurant, 626 South Park Street. More info at 249-0879.
Tonight, Stoughton Public Library presents “Music on the Mezz,” featuring a variety of instrumental ensembles from the Stoughton High School Music Department. This free event is at 7pm at the Stoughton Library, 304 South 4th Street in Stoughton. For more info, call Richard at 608-873-5309.
Tonight is a Global Climate Convergence planning meeting for Earth Day to May Day activities. This is at 7pm at the MTI Building, 821 Williamson Street. For more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance for individuals is available at Madison Central Library, 201 West Mifflin. This is by appointment, 9am to 1pm on Saturdays through April 5th. RSVP by calling 608-266-6350.
This Friday, The Madison Institute presents an evening with economist Dean Baker on
“Unemployment and Inequality: A Path Forward.” Baker was one of the earliest economists to foresee the housing bubble and predict the recession of 2008. Free and open to the public, this is Friday at 7:30pm in Room 2650 Humanities Building, 455 North Park Street. For more info, call Kelly at 608-438-4178 or visit themadisoninstitute.org.