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Attic Sale

Attic Sale

The June Attic Sale has been canceled for 2020, and donations are no longer being accepted during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Classic Clothing Sale

Classic Clothing Sale

Featuring new and gently used designer clothing, along with other women’s apparel and accessories, the Classic Clothing Sale is held every autumn at the Attic Angel Association building, 640 Junction Road.

September 25 and 26, 2020 
9 am to 4 pm Friday
9 am to 1 pm Saturday
Attic Angel Association building, 640 Junction Road, Madison

Holidays Galore & More Sale

Holidays Galore & More Sale

The Holidays Galore & More Sale includes décor to celebrate Christmas and other winter holidays, all neatly and artistically displayed. The sale, held each November at the Attic Angel Association building, 640 Junction Road, also includes home-baked goods, hand-crafted items and gently used designer holiday-themed clothing and jewelry.

November 6 and 7, 2020
9 am to 4 pm Friday
9 am to 1 pm Saturday
Attic Angel Association building, 640 Junction Road, Madison

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Contest Rules

Contest Rules for Attic Angel Association's WIN ICE CREAM FOR A YEAR drawing

1. Eligibility. A) Eligible Individuals: One entry per person and one winner per family. Multiple entries by the same person may be discarded and deemed cause for disqualification. In the case of two names from the same family drawn as prize winners, only the first name drawn will receive one of the two prizes. Any subsequent name from the same family will be disqualified. B) Ineligible individuals: Employees and board members of The Playing Field early learning center (beneficiary of the Attic Angel 130th anniversary fundraising project), salaried employees and board members of any Attic Angel Association corporation and their respective immediate family and household members are not eligible to win the drawing. C) Eligible Entries: Entries will be accepted between March 1, 2019, and December 15, 2019. Entries received outside of the Entry Period and incomplete entries, duplicate or multiple entries are void. Attic Angel Association is not responsible for any delay in receipt of entries caused by the mail system or internet providers.

2. Winners. A random drawing will be held Monday, December 16, 2019. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. The two winners will be notified immediately by phone and/or email. Winners will also be announced on social media channels, such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Attic Angel Association may further request winners to be photographed for social media and news announcements as part of its 130th anniversary celebration.

3. Prizes. A) Here’s the Scoop: Each of two prizes includes 52 coupons good for a free scoop of Chocolate Shoppe ice cream every week of the year, with a total retail value of each prize at $200. Prizes are good at any of the seven (7) retail Chocolate Shoppe locations in the Madison area. Prizes are not valid at events, are not transferable, and are limited to 1 per customer per day. B) Pickup: Prizes must be picked up by Dec. 31, 2019, during NORMAL business hours, Monday-Friday at the Attic Angel Association headquarters at 640 Junction Road, Madison, WI 53717. It is the responsibility of the winner to claim the prize within 15 days. C) Ya Get Whatcha Get: Winners may not request substitution or other consideration from the Free Ice Cream for a Year prize from Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream. Attic Angel Association or Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream will not be responsible, or be held liable, for prizes awarded that go unused within the timeframe allowed on the coupon, or that become unusable due to circumstances beyond our control. Attic Angel Association, Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream and representatives shall not be liable for any claim, injury or damage that may result from the prize awarded.

4. No purchase or financial donation necessary to win. While automatic entry is granted to anyone making a financial gift to the playground fundraiser, no financial gift or pledge is required to qualify for the drawing. To enter manually, please fill out an entry form at the Attic Angel Association 130th birthday event from 1 to 4 pm on July 28, 2019, held at the intersection of Junction and Old Sauk roads in Madison, Wisconsin (atticangel.org/130). In lieu of attendance, you may send a 3x5 card with your name, address, phone number, email address and birth date to:

Attic Angel Association Ice Cream Drawing
640 Junction Road
Madison, WI 53717

Any mailed entry must be postmarked by December 10, 2019, and received by December 15, 2019, to be entered to win.

5. Privacy. All contest entries become the property of Attic Angel Association. Personal information provided on the paper entry forms will not be shared with a third party and will be used solely for purposes of determining winners of the drawing. The forms will be shredded after the drawing is complete and prizes have been awarded. For anyone who makes a gift to the fundraising project, and is automatically entered into the drawing, personal information will not be shared with a third party. Attic Angel Association may use the information for follow-up gift receipts and additional giving opportunities, for which the recipient may opt out.

These rules are subject to change without notice.

Map and Activities

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Attic Angel 130th Birthday Party

Additional Celebrations that Day:

Attic Angel Prairie Point, our neighborhood of independent ranch-style homes, will host a simultaneous celebration that’s open to the public. Bring a lawn chair for an afternoon of outdoor music, fun and relaxation from 1 to 4 pm. A shuttle van will transport visitors to and from Attic Angel’s main campus event.

Attic Angel’s Health Center and Haven invite family and friends of residents at 10:30 am to enjoy entertainment and snacks to celebrate Attic Angel Association’s impact on the health and well-being of Madison. See The Carillon (resident newsletter) for details.

I want to party with the Angels!

The Playing Field


The Playing Field Poster

Children affected by trauma such as homelessness and those with special needs such as autism spectrum disorders have different sensory needs for emotional support that helps them learn to manage behaviors. Our dream is to create a play space that allows children to be successful while ... being kids! Some of our plans:

  • A large open space for running (crowded spaces are often a behavior trigger for children)
  • High fencing and an appropriate climbing structure (children impacted by trauma or those on the autism spectrum often take bigger risks and climb higher)
  • Sensory panels that welcome independent play when children are agitated
  • A maze for children to walk through (this helps the brain to organize)
  • Small structures where children can feel safe
  • Specially designed pieces to work large muscle groups

By helping children at this critical point in their development, your gift will be helping the future of our community!

 Visit The Playing Field Website
Thank you!

130th Birthday Playground Fundraiser

Thank you for your gift to honor Attic Angel Association’s 130th birthday! Our goal is to engage the entire community in raising $50,000 for a playground that will serve homeless children and others enrolled at The Playing Field early learning center in Madison.

For 130 years, our Attic Angels have shown that many hearts and hands can make a big impact, and we thank you for becoming part of our Madison legacy!

P.S. Gifts of $25 or more will also get a receipt in the mail for your tax records. Please note that this email will be the only documentation provided for gifts of less than $25.

List of Activities
  • UW Band members and Bucky Badger
  • Free Birthday Custard
  • Magic Shows
  • Trishaw Bike Rides
  • Zoo and Pet Exhibits
  • Anji Play Park and Musical Playtime
  • Solar Panel Magic
  • Remote Control Boating
  • Kickboxing and Tai Chi Samplers
  • Scooter Test Drives
  • Cooking as a Playground
  • Technology Exploration (including Virtual Reality)
  • Photo Fun
  • Angel Tattoos and Fan Decorating
  • Giant Lawn Games, Sidewalk Chalk, Hula Hoops
  • Health & Safety Exploration (Fire, EMS, Mounted Police, K9 Unit)
  • And More!

Download the Map

Additional Celebrations that Day:

Attic Angel Prairie Point, our neighborhood of independent ranch-style homes, will host a simultaneous celebration that’s open to the public. Bring a lawn chair for an afternoon of outdoor music, fun and relaxation from 1 to 4 pm. A shuttle van will transport visitors to and from Attic Angel’s main campus event.

Attic Angel’s Health Center and Haven invite family and friends of residents at 10:30 am to enjoy special entertainment to celebrate Attic Angel Association’s impact on the health and well-being of Madison. See The Carillon (resident newsletter) for details.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Tours, admissions and visitors on hold!


Updated 3/30/20

Please check back to this page or Attic Angel’s Facebook page for updates. Additional answers to Frequently Asked Questions can be found at this link. If you'd like to make a gift of support that will help cover additional expenses required to keep your loved ones safe, click here.

Because seniors are among those at greatest risk for infection, Attic Angel Community has developed a comprehensive Exposure Prevention Plan, based on recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) and other partners. We have suspended tours, open houses and admissions/move-ins at Attic Angel Place and Prairie Point.* Additional components that affect residents, families, employees and visitors are as follow:

• Restricted Entry: All people entering Attic Angel Place are funneled to one staff entrance and one visitor/resident entrance. Only facility employees and residents are permitted to enter, as well as others approved by special circumstance. The door to the main entry will remain locked during all hours, including business hours, and visitors will use a phone in the vestibule to speak with the receptionist before the doors will be unlocked. We continue to welcome to the appropriate level of care any of our own residents returning from the hospital.

• Health Screening: Employees, residents and pre-approved visitors entering Attic Angel Place will be screened each time they enter. Entry will be refused to anyone experiencing a fever or respiratory symptoms, and anyone with possible exposure to COVID-19 based on travel or work in another health care setting with confirmed COVID-19 cases.

• Hygiene, Cleaning and Disinfection: Attic Angel requires everyone to sanitize their hands upon entry to the building. An alcohol-based hand rub is provided. Our housekeeping staff and others have ramped up the cleaning and disinfection of frequently touched objects and shared surfaces. In addition, we remind all individuals about the importance of frequent and thorough handwashing, proper cough etiquette, and the avoidance of contact with one’s face and with others who may be infected.

• Activities: All group activities have been canceled, but our Angel volunteers, who are not able to enter the building during this time, are still assisting by making social phone calls to residents. Activities and Social Service staff are offering individual visits and distributing games and crafts for residents. The Studio cart is being implemented to visit each resident floor in the Health Center, Haven and Households.

• Communication Options: Families and friends are encouraged to call residents directly to keep them connected and uplifted. If you experience trouble with phone calls, please call us at 608-662-8842 and we can troubleshoot with your loved one. Written cards and letters are welcome morale-boosters too. In addition, video calls are encouraged. Anyone wishing to make such a call to a resident who may not have access to, or ease with, Skype or FaceTime should arrange a time with staff in the appropriate level of care to be sure the resident is equipped to receive the call. Any family or friends who wish to make a video call, but who need a device and/or assistance to make the call, may request an in-person appointment with Attic Angel Association, 640 Junction Road. There, an office has been set aside for this service, and staff will assist you and arrange for the resident to be available. Appointments will be accepted seven days a week from 8am to 4:30pm by calling 608-662-8842.

• Deliveries to Loved Ones: Deliveries may be placed on a table in the vestibule at the front entrance of Attic Angel Place on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 1 to 3 pm and on Saturdays from 9 to 11 am. All items must arrive in a plastic bag with the resident's name, using large letters and written in Sharpee marker. Items will be disinfected before being delivered. Another option for families/friends is to arrange for one of our Angel volunteers to pick up necessary items and deliver them to the facility.

• Pharmacy Delivery: For families needing assistance with managing medications for loved ones, Mallatt’s Pharmacy is a resource. Mallatt’s is welcoming new patients and has committed to delivering medications to our facility during this time. Please contact them directly at 608-310-9922 for more information.

• Social Activity: Residents may not visit any levels of care within the building other than their own. We also ask that they limit contact as much as possible with each other and honor social distancing protocol by keeping 6 feet away from others.

• Dining: All communal dining has been suspended, and meals are being delivered directly to residents. The room tray charge has been waived for the duration of the pandemic. Café services are available for pick-up or delivery only.

• Salon: The on-site hair salon is closed. We will work with any affected residents to add hair washing to their bathing routines.

We will monitor guidance and recommendations from the CDC, CMS and DHS continually and update our Plan accordingly. We thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation to help keep our residents as safe as possible during this crisis. More information is provided by CMS and the CDC.

* For information about living at Attic Angel Community, please consult the detailed information, videos and floorplans on our website, www.AtticAngel.org, or call us at 608-662-8842 and we will mail you an information packet. For more explicit tour information or to ask specific questions, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..