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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Events & Announcements

Sixth Annual ColoniALE Fest Coming November 4

The Colonial Club Senior Activity Center will be hosting the 6th annual ColoniALE Fest, a beer and wine tasting event, on Friday evening, November 4, starting at 6 pm. Proceeds from the event will support the programs and activities offered to older adults throughout Northeast Dane County.

Tickets are only $30 in advance, $40 at the door. As always, there is a $5 discount for Club 301 members and groups of 8 or more. Tickets can be purchased in person or by phone at the Colonial Club, 301 Blankenheim Lane in Sun Prairie, 608-837-4611, or online at

Joining us this year to help with planning, ticket sales and volunteers is the Sun Prairie Rotary Club. Our generous sponsors are: Premier: Meineke Car Care Center; Gold Sponsors: Bank of Sun Prairie, Cress Funeral & Cremation Service and Harms Insurance Group; Patron Sponsors: DeGolier Printing, Prairie Grove Orthodontics, Service Specialists, Wegner LLP, West Prairie Dental; Friend Sponsors: Eddie's Alehouse and Eatery, Hebl, Hebl & Ripp, Liberty Square Apartments, McFarland State Bank, MCV Salon, Oak Park Place and Summit Credit Union.

The evening festivities will consist of more than 60 different beers to sample, wine samples, food samples, silent auction items and raffle prizes. Chris Drosner, the Beer Baron of the Wisconsin State Journal, will be on hand to lead a discussion on beers.














Willows Day for Seniors

Join us on Thursday, October 20, at 1:30 pm for a performance by Jim Hetzel of Gemini Entertainment. Jim will perform classics from Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, George Strait, Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson, Neil Diamond and more.

Please thank SouthernCare Hospice for providing the refreshments and the Willows for sponsoring our guest entertainer. Cost is $3.50 and free for Club 301 premium members.

Come early at 1:00 pm to learn more about hospice and palliative care from Christal Williams of SouthernCare Hospice. Christal will answer your common questions such as who qualifies for hospice, when you should ask about hospice and does Medicare cover the cost of hospice.

Breakfast Bunch

Cheri Milton, counselor from Agrace and a published author, will be our guest speaker on Wednesday, October 19 at 8:00 am. She will give a presentation about grief and the holidays. Most people look forward to the holiday season. It is filled with the gathering of friends and family, the preparation of delicious foods and other special traditions. During this time we hear much about glad tidings and joy. But when we have lost a loved one, facing the holidays can be a lonely and difficult time. While others celebrate, we may be mourning and longing for that one who is no longer there. This

presentation offers help to people grieving during the holiday season. Those in attendance will learn coping skills to assist them through the season and ideas for creating holiday rituals to remember loved ones in a special way.

The presentation and delicious Colonial Club catered breakfast is only $4. Sign up in the main office by Friday, October 14, to reserve your spot. Please join us in thanking the Sun Prairie Health Care Center for helping to sponsor this monthly program.





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