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Elver Park Neighborhood Center works together with families and the greater community to provide programs and resources that strengthen its south-west Madison neighborhood. Please ring the doorbell at the entry way to the building and a staff member will greet you at the door.

Open to public office hours  |  Monday-Friday, 12-5 p.m.
Resources include free computer lab usage, faxing, and telephone.

Food pantry hours  |  Tuesday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and Thursday, 3-5 p.m.

Joining Forces for Families hours  |  Available by appointment, 608-225-9872

Our ability to give back to the community is made possible by the support from people like you. Your donation makes an impact in the programs and resources Elver Park Neighborhood Center is able to provide. Thanks to you, we can help where it is needed and be prepared for what is to come.

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Wisconsin Youth Company provides K-5 and teen after school programs, and K-5 and teen summer camps for those who live in the Elver Park area.

2023-2024 program  |  Open and accepting enrollment for grades K-5

Elver Park Neighborhood Center (EPNC), provides out-of-school time programming for elementary age students who live in the greater Elver Park neighborhood and attend Middleton-Cross Plains School District. Our center works to function as a central location for students, families, and school-day staff to gather, communicate and thrive. EPNC’s after school program is State of Wisconsin Licensed, YoungStar rated and City of Madison accredited.

Program Hours  |  Monday 1:30-5:30 p.m., Tuesday-Friday, 3-5:30 p.m.
Program Phone  |  608-335-1424

To register or for more information, please contact the administrative office at 608-276-9782 ext. 0

Navigating the bridge of adolescence is an exciting and inquiring time for middle school students. The role of Elver Park Neighborhood Center is to provide social support, guidance, and enrichment experiences to middle school students that live in the Elver Park area. During After School, middle school youth can participate in sports, academic time, and other organized activities all led by caring adult role models.

Program Hours  |  Monday-Thursday, 3:30-7 p.m. & Friday: 3:30-6 p.m.
Program Phone  |  608-622-6719

For more information, please contact the teen center 608-622-6719.

2024 Summer | K-5

Registration for Summer 2024 will open May 2024.

Elver Park Neighborhood Center provides a summer day camp experience for elementary age children residing in the greater Elver Park neighborhood. Weekly field trips, fun and themed days introduce campers to educational and enriching experiences all summer long.

Summer programs operate June 17-August 16, located at the center. There is no camp July 4 or 5.

Program Hours  |  Monday-Friday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

For more information, please contact the administrative office at 608-276-9782 ext. 0.

Registration for Summer 2024 will open May 2024.

Elver Park Neighborhood Center offers rising teen students of the Elver Park community a fun-filled, free summer program. Students will attend weekly field trips and have in-house experiences that contribute to their success as maturing youth.

Summer programs operate June 17-August 16, located at the center. There is no camp July 4 or 5.

Program Hours  |  Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Program Phone  |  608-622-6719

For more information, please contact center staff at 608-622-6719.

Thanksgiving Meal Basket  | Sign up to receive a free Thanksgiving meal basket.

Baskets will be distributed Thursday, November 16, from 3-5 p.m. at EPNC.

Food Pantry Hours  |  Tuesday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. & Thursday, 3-5 p.m.

Please follow these steps when visiting the food pantry:

  • Ring the doorbell and enter through the back door at the handicap entrance.
  • Wait for your turn in the waiting room.
  • Exit and return the wagon at the backdoor.

Learn more about making a donation to the food pantry.

We are excited to offer space for the community to use in our building. Please review the following information on fees and how to reserve a room, kitchen, or gym space for your meeting or event. 

  • Center Business Hours  |  Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Non-Business Hours  |  Monday-Friday, 5-9 p.m. & weekends
  • No space reservations on holidays

Conference room, multipurpose room, and meeting room may be reserved at no cost during center business hours for non-profit organizations or community groups. Reservations may be made during non-business hours for a fee.

Gym and kitchen rooms may be reserved during business and non-business hours for a fee.

  • The gym is not available to be reserved 2-5 p.m., Monday-Friday
  • The kitchen is not available to be reserved 3-7 p.m., Monday-Friday
Space Reservation Request Form


Room fees are per hour  |  Half-hour prorates are not available

Security Deposit | Staff discretion will be used to determine if a security deposit is required based on event details. Factors that determine a security deposit are number of people, time, and risk to the building, materials, or supplies. If a security deposit is required, the deposit must be paid one-week before the event in a money order, cashier’s check, business check, or with a debit or credit card. All checks and money orders should be made payable to Elver Park Neighborhood Center. If the EPNC Facility Use Agreement is violated, EPNC staff reserve the right to terminate your event and/or keep the security deposit.

Questions? | Please contact Jen Weber at 608-492-4169 or email, jweber@wisconsinyouthcompany.org