June 16 thru July 31 at the Chippewa Falls Public Library, 105 W. Central Street. Wee Readers- Kids who are ages 2-6 are encouraged to join this reading program. School Kids: kids that completed grades K-5 are welcome to join this summer reading program. Contact: Chippewa Falls Public Library 715-723-1146 X109
“MSHA Part 46 New Miner Training” at Horizons Lounge and Banquet Center, 10764 county Road Q, Chippewa Falls.July 17,24 & 31. 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM. MSHA required training for anyone who works at a mine site. This three-day program covers all aspects of the initial training requirements for owners and operators under 30 CFR Part 46. The objective of this three-day course is to train new/inexperienced miners on the safety and health hazards in the surface non-metal mining industry. Participants will learn their rights and responsibilities, job related safety procedures, rescue and first aid techniques. This course satisfies the total MSHA requirement for new/inexperienced miner training. Cost is $350/trainee. CONTACT MARK JOHNSON TO REGISTER 715-944-9120 or email@example.com.
This program runs from 1:30-3:30pm, Children ages 4-12 are invited to join us for a 1.5 hour session of building and creating followed by 30 minutes of ice cream sundae creation & eating.We will have a variety of creative toys to play with so bring your enthusiam and imagination. K'nex for ages 7 and up, Legos,Lincoln Logs,Super Structs.
Lion’s Memorial Park. Community festival which includes; softball and volleyball tournaments, kids activities, charcoal chicken dinner, live music, beer gardens, firefighter water games, and parade at noon on Sunday. For information call 715-237-2223.
Relay For Life of Chippewa County
6PM-midnight at the Northern Wisconsin State Fairgrounds. Relay for Life is a non-competitive walk run and an awareness event for everyone, including cancer survivors, families, friends, co-workers and the public to celebrate the reality that cancer can be beaten. It provides an opportunity for everyone what has been impacted by cancer to come together in a warm, positive, upbeat atmosphere.
Friday, Saturday July 25, 26 at 7:30 p.m., Sunday July 27 at 2 p.m.Flash back to the Roaring Twenties, a time when bobbing your hair and rolling your stockings were considered daring. Meet Millie Dillmount, a small-town girl who comes to New York City to marry for money, not for love. Millie soon begins to take delight in the flapper lifestyle, but problems arise when she checks into a hotel owned by the leader of a slavery ring in China and is caught up with shady traders. Admission: adults $12, seniors $11, youth $5, At the Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 South High Street in Chippewa Falls.
Join us on a ride to support Project 829. (829th Army National Guard from Chippewa Falls). They are currently in Afghanistan) July 26th
sign up at 11am - Ride leaves at noon $20.00 per person (includes ride, dinner upon return, & poker run) The Snout Tavern is located at 13 W. Central Street, downtown Chippewa Falls.
Lions Watermelon Festival
At Chapman Park in Stanley. The celebration includes a flea market, free watermelon, car shows, chicken dinner, children’s games, and more. For information call 715-644-5376.
Music in the Park
1-3:00 pm at the Band Shell in Irvine Park off Bridgewater Avenue in Chippewa Falls. Today's performer is Second Hand Hearts: Dan Zerr & Marjorie Craemer.
Business After Hours at Autumn Harvest Winery
Chippewa Falls Chamber members join us at Autumn Harvest Winery from 5-6:30pm to meet and network in a casual setting outside of normal business hours. This months BAH (Business After Hours) co-sponsors are Yellowstone Cheese and Gordy's County Market. Cost is $5/member or $35 for an annual pass. Call us for more information at 715-723-0331.
Star Lab at Beaver Creek Reserve
7:00 - 8:30 pm, located at S1 Cty Road K, Fall Creek. Beaver Creek Reserve and Fall Creek Public Library are teaming up to bring a portable planetarium to the area! The program starts with an activity outside the dome and concludes inside the planetarium exploring the night sky. This is a program geared toward a mixed-age group. The dome can display more than a thousand stars and the Moon for any time of any day of the year.For more information about Star Lab,registration required by July 24.Friends FREE Nonmembers FREE.
Tractor pull on last Saturday in July. Fair first full weekend in August. Open daily at noon. Music, carnival, 4-H and FFA exhibits, merchant displays, demo derbies and more. Parade on Sunday at 12:30pm on Main Street. Located at the Bloomer Fairgrounds on 9th Ave. 715-568-3339.
6:30 - 8:30 pm at Beaver Creek Reserve, S1 Cty Road K, Fall Creek. We ll take a hike and look for some common, easily-identified, wild edible plants. We ll nibble a few things as we hike, and then sample a cooked green and a wild tea or two! A list of some plants to try and their use will be provided. Come and join us for a taste of summer from the wild!Registration and payment required by July 29.Friends $5 Nonmembers $8