Learn how to DIY makeover.
- Are you thinking of cutting and coloring your own hair? During Safer at Home, people are living that DIY makeover life. Pro-tip: Check in with Salon KB & Company and Ecco Salon for online consultations and product orders. Or set up a time with them or Fantastic Sam’s Fitchburg for a post-quarantine appointment.
Learn a musical instrument.
- The beat goes on! Join the symphony by learning a new instrument. Sign up to take online music lessons with Madison Music Foundry. You can also connect with Ward-Brodt to purchase or rent a new instrument. Bonus: Ward-Brodt would love to see you share your music to the world from your front porch. Post your video to social media and tag #WBPorchPerformerance!
Learn a new language.
Have you always wanted to learn a new language? With your Fitchburg Library card, you can now take Transparent Language Online lessons for free. Use your library card to log in and choose from more than 100 languages. Learn on your own time and at your own pace. Lessons for both children and adults aer availa
Learn about your past.
- Learn more about yourself by learning more about your family’s past. With your Fitchburg Library card, you can log into Ancestry Library throughout April for free. Access historical records, conduct deep dive research into your genealogy and fill out your family tree. Traveling back in time is A-OK during Safer at Home.
Learn to dance.
- Explore your movement through the joy and art of dance! Dancing Alone Together is a repository of digital dance videos that’ll help you groove this spring. Learn ballet, contemporary, hip hop, jazz, vogue - try them all from the comfort of your home!
Learn how to start your new business.
- Launching a business is exciting with many things to consider as you plan for your new venture. Try out the online First Steps Program! It helps people understand the entrepreneurial mindset, explore their business idea, assess financial readiness and determine next steps. This course is provided free from the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at UW-Madison and Associated Bank.