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.
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.
Artist Reception: Friday, February 20 from 5:00 7:00 p.m. Exhibit: Monday, February 18 to Friday, March 27 End Date: at Heyde Cetner for the Arts, 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls. The title of this visual art exhibit ties together two different artists but whose work shares important links dreams, spiritual journeys, and self-discoveries. There is no admission cost, but donations are appreciated. Two artist DeVona Brodt and Erin Designs .
Featuring Dick Hebert, Parks, Recreatino and Forestry Director. We will get an update on the improvement projects planned for our city parks as well as an update on the Welcome Center in Irvine Park. Starts at 7:15am at Ojibwa Golf & Bowl, 8140 136th Street in Chippewa Falls. Cost is $10 for Chamber members $20 non-members. Call us at 715-723-0331 or email email@example.com to rsvp.
First Presbyterian Church Annual Thrift Sale
Friday, 9am-4pm, Saturday 9am-11am, located at 130 W. Central Street, Chippewa Falls. Coffee and dessert served daily. Gentle used clothing for all, outer wear, shoes, household goods and appliances., bedding, furniture, books, tools, sporting goods, as well as lots of misc.
Livid on Stage
9:30pm at the Snout Saloon in downtown Chippewa Falls.
At Home Facials
10am to approximately 11:30am at Brown Barn Chippewa Falls Store located at 116 N. Bridge Street, Chippewa Falls. Cost: $5.00 includes samples and coupon!
Healing Harmonies Chippewa Valley Community Chorus
7-8:30 pm on March 7th and 2 to 3:30pm on March 8th at Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls. This years theme Healing Harmonies, focuses on the wellness benefits that singing has on the singer and the listener.At our March concerts, we will be accepting donations of new or gently used IPods, MP3 players, and other personal listening devices to be distributed to facilities who care for those with dementia. Admission: $7 adults, $6 seniors, $4 youth
March 7 & March 14, 10:00 am at Down to Earth, 6025 Arndt Lane, Eau Claire. Cost: $50; includes breakfast buffet & one hanging basket;
Additional baskets may be planted at $40/basket.We will be planting baby plants in your hanging basket. Then DTE will care for your baskets until they are ready to go outside. You’ll be able to pick up your baskets in May to take home and enjoy. Feel free to come in and check on their status
Pancake Breakfast Troop 15
Troop 15 Boy scouts are having an All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, March 8 from 7:30am-1:00pm at Central Lutheran Church in Chippewa Falls. Adults $6.00 / Children $3.00.
6pm 9pm at Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls. A Two-Day Class: Tuesday, March 10, 6-9 pm AND Tuesday, March 17, 6-9 pm In this two day class you will not only learn the basics of wood carving, you will experience the satisfaction of creating your own finished piece of art by using only one tool -- the knife. All materials for the class are provided. The cost is $45 per person (paid in advance). Class size is limited.
5-8 pm at the Chippewa Falls High School, 735 Terrill St., Chippewa Falls. Chi Hi's third annual Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math showcase event connecting Students and Community. Keynote presentation by Dr. Jim Madsen, UW-River Falls in collaboration with ICE CUBE (http://icecube.wisc.edu/) at 5 p.m. in the High School Auditorium. Also including numerous booths, demonstrations, and projects by students and community businesses. Refreshments provided.
Momentum West Annual Luncheon
12pm - 1:30pm at Sleep Inn & Suites Conference Center 5872 33rd Avenue Eau Claire. The Momentum West annual luncheon is designed to celebrate the western Wisconsin region and promote its economic development. Mark Stoering, President of NSP-Wisconsin will be the keynote speaker.
The Friends of St. Joseph’s Hospital and the Farm Family Committee are set to host the 12th Annual Farm Family Event from Noon to 2 p.m. at Wissota Health and Regional Vent Center, 2815 Highway I. Noon to 2pm. Reservations are required by Monday, March 4. Call St. Joseph’s Hospital Development Office at 715-717-7397 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat.
Phenology Snowshoe Hike for Elder Explorers
9:30 - 11:30 a.m. at Beaver Creek Reserve, Wise Nature Center, S1 Cty Road K, Fall Creek. Winter is not a time for staring out the window and wishing it were spring.Come join a Beaver Creek Naturalist for a snowshoe hike this winter! It's a great chance to explore the winter woods and get some exercise too! This program is targeted for our older, but active, nature lovers 55 and older.Registration and full payment required by Jan. 5, Feb. 9 and Mar. 9.Friends $3 Nonmembers $5
7:30pm at The Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 High Street in Chippewa Falls. Armed with only an octave violin and a drum set, The Aeromatics (Jake Armerding and Alexander Young) infuse their orchestral roots music with myriad flavors (classical, funk, 80s pop, folk songwriter and bluegrass) to create their own organically-grown sound: Admission: Adults$10, Seniors $9, Youth $5 What’s for Dinner? 6:30 p.m. Make it an evening by joining us for a warm bowl of savory soup, a slice of hearty bread, and a small sweet before settling back for an evening of organic music by the Aeromatics. Dinner and show: $16 adults, $15 seniors, and $11 youth
It will be held at the Eagles Club located at 2588 Hallie Road, Chippewa Falls (across from Farm & Fleet on Hwy 124), 10am-3:30pm. $4 at the door. This event gives stampers and scrapbookers an opportunity to do make and take projects, participate in the card buffet and purchase the newest products at our one day event.The Stampin and Scapping Stampede EXPO is a not-for-profit fundraiser. Sponsored by Chapter BF, P.E.O. Sisterhood, an international philanthropic, educational organization, our purpose is to advance the role of women in the world through scholarships. For more information, see http://www.facebook.com/stampedeexpo or email email@example.com
Lunch. at Home Oasis located at 301 West Prairie View Road, Chippewa Falls. Stop by as our staff bring tender seasoned chicken breasts off our Green Mountain Pellet grill. Samples available on a first come-first serve basis.
Community asked to donate soap to help Chippewa Falls food pantries
The public is invited to participate in a food drive to celebrate St. Joseph’s Day. People are asked to donate food items that will be placed on a specially constructed altar at the hospital. Then the food will be distributed to area food pantries. People are asked to bring food items to the cafeteria at St. Joseph’s Hospital from 2 to 5 p.m. on March 18 and from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on March 19. Nonperishable and fresh food items including produce, breads, cakes and cookies are encouraged. For their donation, donors will receive a small bag of fava beans – a food credited historically with saving a small Italian village from starvation – following St. Joseph’s Day Altar tradition.The food collection and distribution is being sponsored by St. Joseph’s Hospital. For more information, call the hospital at 715-717-7647 or 715-717-7479.
The Cave Artist: A Prehistoric Musical Comedy
At the Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 High Street Chippewa Falls. Script and songs by Jerry Way, directed by Jerry & Carol Way and Amanda Tanzer. Thursday–Saturday, March 19–21 at 7:30 p.m.Sunday, March 22 at 2:00 p.m. The Wayward Players take musical comedy back to the Stone Age with Jerry Way’s The Cave Artist.Set in the South of France in 30,000 bc, the story and songs soon reveal these cave dwellers are no Neanderthals! Admission: Adults$13, Seniors $12, Youth $6. The Cave Artist Dinner and Show Friday and Saturday, March 20–21 at 6:30 p.m. Enjoy a delicious meal by Franzwa’s Custom Catering in the Heyde Center auditorium before the show. Dinner and show: $32 adults, $31 seniors, $22 youth (under 16 years)
Uncommon crafts, expertly handmade from 9am to 3pm at the Chippewa Falls Senior High School. For more information contact Pam 715-723-6633 or firstname.lastname@example.org, Chippewa Falls Wrestling Club.
Contingency on Stage at the Snout
9:30pm Live entertainment at the Snout Saloon on 13 W. Central Street in downtown Chippewa Falls. Call 715-723-4848 for more information.
Ahhhh.... the perfect bath! Learn to build your own Blissful Bath creations using ingredients such as Botanticals, Goat's Milk, Clays, Essential Oils and more! At Brown Barn Chippewa Falls Location, 116 N. Bridge Street, Chippewa Falls.10am. Class length is approximately 1 hour.
Chippewa Falls FFA/ FFA Alumni Pancake Feed and Silent Auction
9am- 1:30 pm, Chippewa Falls Moose / 8118 149th Street, Chippewa Falls.Pancake breakfast and Silent auction of community donated items to benefit the Chippewa Falls FFA/ FFA alumni. This fundraiser allows FFA members to grain a better understanding of Agriculture and Leadership through the FFA organization.
Business After Hours at Country Inn & Suites
5-6:30pm. Co-sponsor is Manpower Chippewa Falls. 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.
Chippewa Figure Skating Club's Show
The Chippewa Falls Figure Skating Club will be hosting its Annual Spring Ice Show on Saturday, March 28, at 7:00 p.m.and Sunday March 29 at 2 p.m. at the Chippewa Falls Ice Arena, 839 1st Avenue, Chippewa Falls. Tickets available at the door. For more information email email@example.com.
9am-2pm for children 12 years or older, Held by the Partners of HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital at the hospital.
Maple Syrup Sunday
1:30, 2:00, and 2:30 p.m.at Beaver Creek Reserve, Wise Nature Center, S1 Cty Road K, Fall Creek. Bring the family to explore the tradition of maple sugaring. To allow time for the tour and have your maple sundae - please arrive on time for the 2:30 p.m. program.Registration and full payment required by Mar. 26.Friends $5 Adult/$2 Child Nonmember $8 Adult/$3 Child
The Chippewa County Dept. of Land Conservation & Forest Management is sponsoring a Conservation Tree Program to encourage tree planting. A mixture of conifers, hardwoods, and shrubs are available for purchase as 1-3 year old bare root tree and shrub seedlings. They are available in multiples of 10, sorted by the same tree or shrub species, with a minimum order of 10 seedlings and a maximum order of 300 seedlings. Orders will be taken through March 31, 2015 with pick up tentatively scheduled for the last week in April at the Northern Wisconsin State Fairgrounds in Chippewa Falls. Land Conservation & Forest Management office located in the Chippewa County Courthouse. For more information, call Lisa at 715-720-3643. All proceeds will be distributed to local youth and conservation organizations to support environmental education and leadership training.