The Association of Women in Agriculture will be hosting its 19th annual "Breakfast on the Farm" on Sunday, April 27, on the University of Wisconsin-Madison's campus in the Stock Pavilion, 1675 Linden Drive. This year's theme is "AWA Breakfast on the Farm: Where Families & Agriculture Meet."
Come for a farm fresh meal while learning about the agricultural industry. This country setting will include a petting zoo, educational activities, and during breakfast, enjoy a visit from Bucky Badger, live Polka music and a clogging performance.
Breakfast will be served from 8 a.m. until noon. Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for senior citizens (65+) and students (K-UW) and $3 for children ages 5 and under. Receive one dollar off admission when you bring three canned food items to donate to the Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin.
AWA is a non-profit, professional, service and social organization on UW-Madison's campus. With over 90 members, students have the opportunity to share their agricultural experiences with the community, collect food and clothing for local shelters and volunteer in educational agricultural events for youth. AWA's emphasis on service creates the opportunity for young women to improve their leadership and communication skills, while becoming voices within their own communities.