On March 15, 2019 the section of West Netherwood Road between Alpine Parkway and Cusick Parkway was closed to through traffic due to flooding across the roadway. This closure includes the parking lot for Keller Alpine Park located on Netherwood Road. Public Works and Oregon Police Department will continue to monitor the situation and will open the road when it is safe. Residents need to seek alternate routes to avoid this area. Water is currently over the roadway on Cusick Parkway however this roadway remains open at this time. Please be cautious when going through any water regardless of how shallow it is. Please avoid the bike paths and any standing water areas for your safety.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Art fair features art by local artists and supports local charity OccuPaws April 21st event showcases Wisconsin artists at the historic Masonic Temple in Madison. Spring into Fine Arts Madison, WI – 14 South Artists, Inc. presents Spring into Fine Arts in partnership with OccuPaws, a local non-profit charity. The art fair will take place on April 21, 2018 at the historic Madison Masonic Temple. The Masonic Temple is located at 301 Wisconsin Ave., Madison, WI., at the intersection with East Johnson St. The art fair is a one-day event from 10 am to 4 pm and consists of 30 highly skilled area artists in a variety of mediums including painting, photography, jewelry, woodworking, fused glass, metalworking, glass mosaics and fiber arts. The public is invited to attend, view, and purchase high quality art created by local Wisconsin artists. Donations to support OccuPaws, a non-profit charity that trains guide dogs for the visually impaired, will be accepted at the fair. OccuPaws will have an information booth plus some of its service dogs in training at the event. Also, it is quite possible a litter of their newly born puppies will make an appearance to exhibit their cuteness and lovability. Visit occupaws.org to learn more about this great charity. “Our members are excited to take part in Spring into Fine Arts and proud to be supporting a wonderful charity such as OccuPaws,” said Ann Kleckner, President of 14 South Artists, Inc. “By partnering with OccuPaws, our artists are able to give back to the community while sharing our passion for art.” Ten gift certificates will be drawn randomly throughout the fair. A certificate entitles the winner to a $25 discount toward the purchase of art from any artist that day or at future 14 South Artists, Inc. events. Ample free parking is available at the Masonic Temple in the parking lot off East Johnson St. and on surrounding streets. Paid parking is also available at the Dayton/Pinckney and State Street Capitol parking ramps. About 14 South Artists, Inc. 14 South Artists, Inc. was initially established in 2004 as an alliance of artists along the Hwy. 14 corridor. It has expanded now to more than 50 artists throughout Dane County and South-Central Wisconsin. Its members are passionate about creating high quality fine art. The group holds monthly meetings at the Oregon Fire Station to support membership creativity and interactions. Meetings are open to all artists and art supporters. 14 South Artists, Inc. events present only the art of juried artists. Visit 14southartists.com for more information. Other group events include participation in the annual Agora Art Fair in Fitchburg, an exhibit in December at UW Hospital, and a Holiday Show and exhibit at the Firefly Coffeehouse in Oregon. For more information on the Spring into Fine Arts art fair, visit springintofinearts.com or contact us at email@example.com