Events

​Take part in hundreds of events each year in Chippewa Falls & surrounding areas.

Little Learners Storytime

10:15 AM at the Chippewa Falls Public Library 105 W. Central Street.oin us Tuesday or Wednesday morning for 15-20 minutes of stories, singing, action and nursery rhymes and interactive play designed to foster healthy brain development, encourage early language skills and nurture a love of reading.  For children ages birth to three and their caregivers,  call 715-723-1146 or register at the library. 
 

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Growing Readers Storytime

11:00 AM at the Chippewa Falls Public Library. Join us for Tuesday or Wednesday morning for 30 minutes of fun stories, music, movement and interactive learning activities that build early literacy skills in children ages 3-5. Storytime is followed by a short craft activity. Children may attend independently, but caregivers are asked to remain in the children's area in case they are needed,  call 715-723-1146 or register at the library.

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Business After Hours at Horizon's Lounge & Banquet Center

5-6:30pm co-sponsor Virtual Vision. Business After Hours are regularly scheduled Chamber networking events open to all Chamber members business people and their employees. Cost is $5/member or $35 for an annual pass.

Kid's USA Learning Center Open House

for BB4C (4K) registration from 6-7pm. Kids USA is located at 656 Lakeland Drive, Chippewa Falls. Call 715-726-1507

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Chippewa Valley Rally

Mark your calendar for this..more to come later.

Big Band Jazz Band

 7 to 9:30 p.m.at The Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 High Street in Chippewa Falls. The annual big band dance put on by the Chi-Hi Jazz Department of the Chippewa Falls Senior High School as a fundraiser for the Chippewa Falls Music Association. The dance features classic and modern big band music with the Chi-Hi student and alumni jazz ensembles and guests. A night featuring Chippewa Valley musicians of all ages with years of performing experience. Admission: Adults $6, Youth $4

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Speed Rope Jump Contest

The finals are held each year on the last Saturday in January at Bloomer High School. Semi finals starting at 12:30pm with finals 7pm. 20-35 participating schools and approximately 240 jumpers try to break the records in the Jump Rope Capital of the World. For more information contact the Bloomer Chamber of Commerce at 715-568-3339 

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Candlelight Ski Night

At Lake Wissota State Park. Lighted ski, snowshoe and walking trails. The Cross country ski is a one or two mile trail through a winter wonderland illuminated by glowing candles from 5-8 PM. For non-skiers a .75 mile lighted trail is available for hiking and snowshoeing. Weather permitting. To reserve snowshoes or for information call 715-382-4574.State Park admission fee required.Sponsored by the Friends of Lake Wissota State Park. 

Hypnotist Chris Jones at the Heyde Center for the Arts

7:30 pm Admission: $15/$14/$7 715-726-9000. at The Heyde Center for the Arts located at 3 High Street in Chippewa Falls. 

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Terrarium Workshop at Down To Earth Garden Center

10am. Build your own; only pay for what you take home.Come discover why terrariums are growing so popular and how they are a great way to get kids excited about gardening.  Bring your own container or purchase one here.6025 Arndt Lane, Eau Claire.

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Poker Run

10am-7pm at The View on Lake Wissota. Sled Run. Buss available for anyone interested that does not have a sled.  Last Years Payout was $300 for 1st, $200 for 2nd, and $100 for 3rd. Hundreds of other prizes to be given out as well and specials. Livid will be playing from 9pm to Close after the run for entertainment!!!  Registration starts from 10am to Noon at The View. -$20 buy in  -$10 to ride the buss with early payment -$15 the day of to ride the buss From there hit as many stops as you can to fill your card for better chances at prizes.

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Sledding at Brunet Island State Park

The Chippewa River Rendezvous organization will be hosting a free sledding event from noon to 4pm at the Brunet Island State Park swimming beach in Cornell. Families and individuals may bring their own sleds/toboggans or use those provided. Hot dogs, hot beef, cocoa and cider will be served and more. The event will be held weather permitting. For more information call Sandy Gilbert at 715-313-4710 or Hope James at 715-226-1803.