May 21: Trivia Night
The Waunakee Public Library will host a Zoom Trivia Night Thursday, May 21, at 7 p.m. Questions are geared towards adults, but are appropriate for kids if people want to play as a family. No prizes, just bragging rights! The link will be posted on Thursday in the events section of the library’s website. You do not need a Zoom account, but will need to use the Zoom app or play in your computer’s browser.
May 22: Virtual Tea Ceremony
The Waunakee Public Library will host a virtual tea ceremony Friday, May 22 at 2 p.m. as a Zoom event. Tea ceremony is a grateful and gentle offering of plant medicine that allows a deeper connection to the self, nature and those around you. In this experience, we will dive into how to prepare for the ceremony and be guided on how to practice the oldest tradition of leaves in a bowl. Once we have learned the practice, together we will sit and share bowls of tea together in silence knowing there is no right and there is no wrong. This experience is a wonderful opportunity to find stillness, presence, and clarity in these uneasy times.
May 25: Memorial Day at the Legion
American Legion Post 360 will serve hotdogs and chips from the hall, 417 E. Main St., from 11 a.m.-noon on Memorial Day, May 25. All community members are welcome to drive by in honor of a veteran or just to say hi. No one will be allowed out of your car or in the hall. This is just a way of saying thanks to the community for your support of the Legion. Hot dogs and chips will be passed out by Legion members from the lower level.
May 25: Legion cemetery visits
Event though the parade, pot luck and Legion Memorial Day Celebration has been cancelled, the Legion will still visit the following cemeteries to honor our fallen veterans at the following times: Union Cemetery — 8 a.m.; Kolman Cemetery — 8:20 a.m.; Kingsley Cemetery — 8:40 a.m.; St. John’s Cemetery — 9 a.m.; St. Mary’s Cemetery — 9:20 a.m.