Get Ready for Session 2
November 13-16th, 2017, Madison, WI
Registration Opens August 28th
The Art and Science of Cooperative Development: Session 2 will be offered in beautiful Madison, Wisconsin from November 13-16th, 2017. The training will be held in the heart of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus in Memorial Union. As a city that boasts the University of Wisconsin Center for Cooperatives and is home to dozens of housing, consumer, and worker co-ops, Madison offers the perfect backdrop for a cooperative development training. We’ll explore cooperative development in a city that thrives on it and draw inspiration from the training’s co-op tour!
About Madison, Wisconsin
Nestled between five lakes, Wisconsin’s capital offers big city culture, a robust farm-to-table dining scene, endless opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts, all with small town charm. Training attendees will be in the heart of it all in downtown Madison – blocks from the Wisconsin State Capitol, the famed State Street pedestrian mall and the University of Wisconsin campus.
Things to Do
Music at the Memorial Union Terrace – Just down the block from the Pyle Center, the Memorial Union Terrace offers live music, locally made ice cream and a variety of dining options all with the beautiful views of Lake Mendota. https://union.wisc.edu/visit/terrace-at-the-memorial-union/
Stroll down State Street – check out eclectic shops, museums and galleries, catch local street musicians while you dine al fresco. One of the best ways to spend an afternoon in Madison.
People watch at Dane County Farmers Market – if you are getting into Madison early, consider visiting the largest producer-only farmers market in the country. Saturdays, 6AM – 3PM, Capitol Square. http://dcfm.org.
For more information about all that Madison has to offer, visit: www.visitmadison.com
Get driving directions from your point of origin.
Dane County Regional Airport (Madison): approximately 5 miles /10-minute drive
Mitchell International Airport (Milwaukee): 86 miles / 1 1/2 hours by car
Chicago O’Hare Airport: 136 miles / 2 1/2 hours by car
Greyhound Bus provides service to downtown Madison from anywhere in the United States.(800) 231-2222
Daily service between downtown Milwaukee and downtown Madison is provided by Badger Bus.(608) 255-6771
Van Galder Bus provides daily service from downtown Chicago or Chicago O’Hare airport to downtown Madison with stops in Rockford, Beloit and Janesville. (800) 747-0994 or (608) 752-5407
Session 3 Coming December 11-15th, 2017