One of a Kind

From it's origins as a social outlet for seniors with an active lifestyle in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin to being a comprehensive provider of social services for people age 55 and over, the Colonial Club Senior Activity Center has evolved over the past 45 years to meet the needs of older adults throughout Northeast Dane County. Providing adult day care, case management resources, supportive home care, senior dining options, along with activities and trips. We also offer banquet facilities and catering for all age groups and special events.

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 Donna Malaise will start on January 5, 2015, as our new Volunteer and Special Events Coordinator.  Donna has many years of experience working with senior adults.  Among positions in the senior community, she worked at Oakwood Retirement Community for 18 years and most recently as the Volunteer and Home Chore Coordinator at East Madison/Monona Coalition. She enjoys working with senior adults and volunteers and brings much enthusiasm and expertise to the position. Please join us in welcoming Donna

                           JANUARY EVENTS

Breakfast Bunch

After writing seven historical biographies, Art Rathburn returns to his roots with a western novel based on true stories he heard while working on ranches in California as a young man.  Join us on January 21, 2015, at 8:00 am when author Art Rathburn presents his book, Return to Sierra Valley, and life growing up in a town full of loggers, railroad workers and cattle ranchers.  The presentation and delicious Colonial Club catered breakfast is only $4. Sign up in the main office by Friday, January 16, to reserve your spot.

 Please join us in thanking the Sun Prairie Health Care Center for helping to sponsor this monthly program.








What's New

Colonial Club to Host Mayoral Forum

(Sun Prairie) The Colonial Club Senior Activity Center will host a Meet the Candidate Mayoral Forum on Tuesday, February 10 at 12 p.m. at 301 Blankenheim Lane in Sun Prairie. The three mayoral candidates, current Mayor Jonathan Freund, and challengers Bill Clausius and Paul Esser have all agreed to take part in this Forum.

Hosted by the Senior Advisory Council of the Colonial Club, the Forum is an opportunity to get to know the candidates prior to the February 17th primary, which will send the top two vote getters to the April General Election.

"Many of the people who utilize the Colonial Club's programs and services have requested more information on the candidates, so we thought this would be a great way to introduce them to the people running for this important office," said Kay Schoonmaker, Chairperson of the Advisory Council.

The event is free and open to the public, but an RSVP is recommended by calling the main office at 837-4611.



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To enhance the well being and independence of older adults.