Connect with the Council at these upcoming events.

Upcoming events

Dining in the Dark

June 30

Dining in the Dark is an experiential dinner that challenges attendees to rethink the importance of vision in the food experience.

Low Vision Support Group

July 11
Online via Zoom

Online support group meets the second Monday of the month. Led by Vision Services staff. Open to all.

Be Part of Gallery Night This Fall!

Submission Deadline: August 15
Event Date: November 4

Are you a person with vision loss who creates art, or do you know somebody who is? We are currently accepting submission from artists interested in having their work showcased at Fall Gallery Night 2022.

Find the Council at these events

June 29
2:00-4:00 p.m.

"Making Technology Easier to See: Exploring the Low Vision Features of Windows and the iPad "
Madison Public Library Lakeview Branch
2845 N. Sherman Ave., Madison

This presentation by the Council’s Jim Denham will demonstrate built-in capabilities of Microsoft Windows and iOS devices, such as the iPad, which can magnify text, change colors and increase readability for individuals with low vision. To reserve your spot at this in-person event, please contact the Lakeview Public Library at 608-246-4547.

June 30
1:00-2:00 p.m

“Adapting to Changing Vision”
Verona Senior Center
108 Paoli St., Verona

The Council’s Amy Wurf will lead this presentation on “Adapting to Changing Vision.” Registration is required. Please call the Senior Center at 608-845-7471 for more information and to reserve your spot.

July 16
8:00am-12:00 p.m

Madison Gospel 5K, 10K, Run/Walk & Health Fair
Penn Park, Madison

The Council will be a vendor at the 4th annual Gospel Run/Walk & Health Fair, whose goal is to help unite the Madison community and build a healthier city. Registration and other information is available at

July 30

Disability Pride Festival
Warner Park, Madison

Disability Pride Madison’s annual festival returns this summer after a two-year absence. The Council is proud to once again be a sponsor of this fantastic event. Watch Disability Pride’s website for more information.