At Children’s Dental Center of Madison, all of our dentists love children – that’s why they became pediatric dentists. We want Children’s Dental Center to become your children’s dental home. This is a concept that builds a relationship from a very early age with not only your child but with you as well. We strive to provide a fun, comfortable, and safe environment for your child to receive dental care. We have an incredible team of highly-trained pediatric dentists in three convenient locations. All you need to do is look for our smiling purple face.
We have locations in West Madison, East Madison, and Fitchburg.
We offer dedicated sensory-friendly performances for youth on the autism spectrum or for those with sensory or communication needs. CTM provides support inside & outside the theater to enable children & their families to be able to attend the performance together.
Our Down To Box classes are adapted for individuals ages 16 and older with intellectual/developmental disabilities, such as Down syndrome and Autism. Our amazing instructors and volunteers provide 45 min high energy boxing and fitness classes, providing tools to gain skills in coordination, self-defense and physical fitness through boxing techniques. Always wanted to box? Here’s your chance… join us for a class and try us out! Classes are Tuesdays 6:30pm-7:30pm Interested? Questions? Call 608-425-0008 or Email email@example.com
Initiated in 1986, the Waisman Center Children’s Theatre (WCCT) enhances the arts for young children in Dane County by providing high quality, diverse, educational, and interactive live theatrical performances at a modest cost and in fully accessible settings. The Friends of the Waisman Center Auditorium is the indoor setting for the majority of the Children’s Theatre performances. With a formal stage and individual seats accommodating up to 250 people, the fully accessible auditorium provides an intimate yet informal traditional theatre experience.
The WCCT features a variety of performers—magicians, singers, dancers, musical groups, “learning is fun” educators/performers, and professional theatrical companies. An important goal of the series is to include culturally and ethnically diverse performers and activities—from Cajun music to Irish Dancing; from Italian folk tales to traditional Mexican dances. Many of the performances showcase children as the sole performers or “stars” of the production, such as Dance Wisconsin, PlayTime Productions, and Trinity Academy of Irish Dance. By including these performances in the series, children are given inspiration and role models for expressing themselves through the arts.
Waisman Center – Room 239
1500 Highland Avenue
Madison, WI 53705-2280