Events

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

Book In The Barn

Head on over to Marieke Gouda every Wednesday through August for Book In The Barn. Kids have the chance to be read to on hay bales in the barn, and if you would like, see how cheese is made. Registration is at 11:30, cost is five dollars which includes a grilled cheese, applesauce, fries, and milk. 

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Farmers Market in Downtown Chippewa Falls

Thursdays June 16 through mid-October. Farmers Market in Downtown Chippewa Falls. The Farmers Market will be held every Thursday from 12-6:00. They will be held in Allen Park across from the Chamber/Visitor Center on the corner of River and Bridge street. For more information please call 715-723-6661.

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Bushel & A Peck Apple Orchard Open

Open daily from 9am to 6pm, August 20th through November 5th.  In-store bakery featuring apple pies made from scratch, caramel apples, turnovers. Kids love the corn maze, play area, picture ops, pumpkin patch and free wagon rides on weekends. Located at 18444 County Hwy OO, Chippewa Falls. Call 715-579-7532 or 715-723-0133 or email us as apples@bushelandapeckmarket.com.

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8th Annual Happy Tails Dog Swim

Join Happy Tails Dog Park and Area Dog Lovers for a fun evening of swimming at the Bernard F. Willi Community Pool across from Irvine Park (1 Bridgewater Ave, Chippewa Falls)! From 4pm-7pm both days, $5 per dog and rabies vaccination is required. Give your dog a chance to cool off and splash around in the water!

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Destination Yoga : Bye the Willow

Head out on an adventure and join Latitude 44 Yoga Studio at Bye the Willow! We will be hosting a 45 minute vinyasa yoga class on Monday, August 29th at 5:30pm followed by wine tasting with fellow yogis. The cost of the event includes yoga, wine tasting, a complimentary wine glass, and tons of fun!
Bye the Willow is located at 501 N. High Street, Chippewa Falls.

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Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan for the Chippewa Falls-Eau Claire Metropolitan Planning Area

We encourage you to share your thoughts and experiences about walking and biking to influence the outcome of the Metropolitan Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan by attending one of two public meetings, by visiting the plan webpage to learn more (wcwrpc.org/bikepedplan.html), and by participating in two online engagement opportunities.Open House: Monday, August 29, Chippewa Falls City Hall (30 W. Central St.), 5:00-6:30 PM with a presentation at 5:30 Open House: Thursday, September 8, Altoona City Hall (1303 Lynn Ave.), 4:00-6:30 PM WikiMap: Add to our community-generated map of walking and biking routes, destinations, and barriers: wikimapping.com/wikimap/bikepedplan.html Online Survey: Share your walking and biking habits and suggestions to improve walking and biking in the area: www.surveymonkey.com/r/bikewalk The input you provide through the opportunities listed above will inform the planning process, direct attention to locations and issues of need, and influence the recommendations the plan puts forth. This plan builds on existing bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure, plans, and policies in order to improve walking and biking across the metropolitan area. The plan is being developed by the Metropolitan Planning Organization and an Advisory Team of local governments, state agencies, and advocacy groups.

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Leader-Telegram Buckshot Run for Special Olympics

Join us for the 34th Annual Leader-Telegram Buckshot Run benefiting the local Special Olympics program.  This 2 mile run/walk in beautiful Carson Park is ranked one of the top 10 races in Wisconsin.  It s family friendly and tough enough for the hard-core competitors.  Ages 5-85 typically participate each year and average attendance for the Tuesday night race is 500 people.  Help us grow this year s event by inviting a family member or friend to join you! 100% of money raised from the race stays locally to help 1,000 Special Olympics athletes with intellectual disabilities train and compete in sports year-round.  It s a life changing opportunity for these kids and adults. After the race, enjoy concessions, music, race results and an awards ceremony during the Party in the Park. Check in begins at 4:30 p.m. and the race begins at 6 p.m. with awards following at 7 p.m.

For those who can't attend Tuesday, join us for the main event Saturday, September 3. Prices vary depending on date of registration. Volunteers also needed.  Contact Karen if you can help a few hours.  kkraus@specialolympicswisconsin.org

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Understanding Your Business' Financial Statements

 8:00 am to 10:00 am at Horizon's Banquet Center, 10764 County Hwy Q, Chippewa Falls. Financial statements are meaningful reports that allow you to understand your business  strengths and weaknesses. Understanding your financial statements allows you to improve your profitability and make effective business decisions. This roundtable is designed for key decision makers and those considering going into business. At the end of the session, you will be able to understand how to use the following: Balance sheets, Income Statements, Cash Flows and Key performance indicators (dash boards). $15.00 per person fee - RSVP required   715-723-7150

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