events
 

February 28th-March 2nd Alliant Energy Center, Madison

 

Friday - 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm Saturday - 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Sunday - 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

 

DISCOUNTED TICKET INFORMATION

Join us at the Madison Area Builders Association Dream Home Showcase!

dream home showcase
Experience the difference at the Dream Home Showcase.  Imagine the smallest project such as a closet, or new kitchen cabinet pulls, to a back yard sanctuary, to a show stopping exterior.  Need ideas for curb appeal?  A man cave?  A complete remodel?  Whatever you can dream up, industry pros can help make your dream a reality, and they will be at the Dream Home Showcase!  State of the art products for your home, live demos, a kids play area, and contests are all part of the new Show.

As this year’s chosen charity, a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation. 

Visit our booth for a chance to win these great raffle prizes donated by MABA members!

Bathroom Facelift, donated by:

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Wine Cooler, donated by:

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Residential Spring Clean-Up, donated by:

Julia-Stanley editJulia Stanley lives out her passion for children’s health in her role as the Coordinator for the Childhood Obesity Prevention Collaborative.  Julia is also a founding board member, volunteer, and past Program Director of Girls on the Run of Dane County.  Julia tirelessly works to bring together resources to reduce childhood obesity through public awareness, education, public policy advocacy and community action.  During her time with Girls on a Run, a positive youth development program that uses running and mentorship to inspire self-respect and healthy lifestyles, she helped reach over 1,300 girls. Julia’s firm belief in the healthy development of children, enthusiasm and strength as a community connector has fueled her efforts to improve children’s well-being in the region.
Katie Hensel editKatie Hensel is the Founder and Executive Director of Tri 4 Schools, a non-profit devoted to combating childhood obesity. Katie created the organization to encourage physical health, sportsmanship and self-confidence in kids by helping them train for athletic events such as children’s triathlons and mud runs. Katie has helped raise $78,000 which has been used to support health resources at over 200 schools in Wisconsin. Tri 4 Schools also offers scholarships to participate in triathlons, bus transportation to athletic events, bike rentals, free shoes and swim lessons. Katie has played a key role in developing an elementary after school training program that aims to improve attendance, academic performance, and quality of life thorough helping children reach greater physical well-being. The new program is currently at six Madison area elementary schools and hopes to expand in the future.
Michelle Hauser editMichelle Hauser is a Physician’s Assistant (PA) in Darlington, WI who has been practicing for 23 years. She was a pioneer in promoting the PA profession in underserved rural Wisconsin. Michelle established a clinical rural health experience program for PA students. As the Community Education Coordinator for UW-Madison’s PA program, she developed a rural primary care curriculum for students from underserved communities that are interested in returning to practice. Michelle also enjoys working with youth and is involved with the Memorial Hospital’s Club Scrub program that gives junior high school students the opportunity to explore the medical field, through practical hands-on experiences. Michelle’s community involvement extends past medicine. She is also a dedicated member of the Optimist’s Club, former Girl Scout leader, a supporter of the local 4-H Club, and Holy Rosary Church volunteer.