Annual Events and Educational Training

Please consider joining us at our annual events and educational training. See the descriptions below for more information and make sure to check our upcoming events page for scheduled dates and times.

Snowflake Ball is an evening of elegance for individuals with Prader-Willi syndrome and their families and friends. It is a fun and safe evening with dinner and dancing that many look forward to all year.

On the Move Walkathon is the May awareness walk event for PWSA of WI held in Roosevelt Park in Oconomowoc. Friends and family join together for a walk followed by lunch and dancing.

A Day at the Henry Villas Zoo meetup is a meet-up or families younger children is a fun casual meetup in Madison. A stroll through the zoo is followed by a picnic lunch in the park.

Golf Benefit is an annual event held at the end of summer where golfers of all abilities gather together for a round of golf followed by a luncheon, door prizes and a silent auction.

Strike Out PWS Bowlathon is a fun family bowling event held in September each year at Bowlera Lanes in Wauwatosa.

Sparkle and Shine Gala is an evening of entertainment including dinner, silent auction, and a Live DJ, all to raise community awareness and encourage heartfelt support.

Annual Educational Training is a great learning opportunity for parents, family and all that support those living with PWS. Topics vary every year, but in the past have included topics such as prevention and education with law enforcement, and therapeutic interventions for Infants thru adulthood.

A special thank you to Barb Dorn and Peggy Burns for the video Presentations and handouts below:

Activity Planning and Exercise for the Adult with PWS presented by Barb Dorn, RN, BSN
Download the Activity Planning and Exercise for the Adult with PWS Handout HERE

Nutrition, Diet and Menu Planning presented by Peggy Burns, RDN, CD
Download the Nutrition, Diet and Menu Planning Handout HERE

Families and Providers:

Resources listed on this website are provided for informational purposes only. PWSA of Wisconsin, Inc. does not endorse any particular therapy or provider. Be sure to talk with a trusted physician about what interventions and approaches are most appropriate for your child or person with PWS in your care.

PWSA of Wisconsin, Inc. | 38 S Main Street #226 | Oconomowoc, WI 53066 | (920) 733-3077 |

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