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  • 3/4 to 12/16
    Movin' & Groovin'

    Each Movin' & Groovin' class is filled with laughter and fun. It promotes language & play through the use of music, song & dance.

    Age: Birth to age 5

    Cost: Free

    Location:
    River Source Family Center
    403 High Street
    Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
    (715) 720-1841

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  • 5/11 to 9/14
    Irvine Park Native Wildflower Sanctuary Guided Tour

    Join members of the Lake Wissota Garden Club for a guided tour. Club members will point out and identify the native wildflowers currently in bloom. Meet at the sanctuary sign/parking lot just south of the duck pond. Guided tours are held the second Saturday of the month, May through September.
    For Group Tours call 715-829-4545

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  • 6/13 to 10/10
    Farmers' Market

    Join Chippewa Falls Main Street for locally grown fresh fruits, vegetables, and flowers, as well as locally made baked goods, salsas, jams, jellies, honey, jewelry, fine art, unique handcrafted items, and more at the farmers market in Chippewa Falls every Thursday!

    Location: Corner of Bridge and River Streets

    Time: Thursdays - 12-6pm

    Mid June - Mid October

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  • 7/17 to 8/28
    Ebb and Flow – Water at the Heyde Center for the Arts

    Artist Reception: Thursday, July 25 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.

    Several months ago Deb Johnson, Heyde Center director, and Allan Servoss, nationally-recognized local artist, met to discuss the possibility of putting together a new visual arts exhibit at the Heyde Center. A theme was agreed upon and sixteen artists agreed to be a part of “EBB AND FLOW-WATER.” The participating artists, a mix of some of the most recognized local artists and some new to the area, will produce new works in two and three dimensional media for the exhibit. Artists participating include: Hope Greene, Lori Chilefone, Steve Immerman, Joe Maurer, Kay Brathol-Hostvet, Bruce Warren, Tiit Raid, Maureen Skroski, Sue Phelps Pearson, Tim Brudnicki, David Caradori, Dan Ingersoll, Jenna Ruder, Ned Gannon, Jeanne Roberts, and Denise Presnell.

    No cost for admission.

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  • 8/24 to 8/25
    Chippewa River Rendezvous

    Bringing the past into the present with pre-1840 fur trading-Civil War camps. At Mill Yard park in Cornell.  Visit with historical figures such as Abraham Lincoln, General Ulysses Grant, Scottish Clan group from the 16th century. Period games and historical demos.  Large flea market.  Prizes, drawings and silent auction both days, raffles both days. 

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  • 8/24
    Live Music with Yata, Sinz & Orfield at Autumn Harvest Winery & Orchard

    Join Autumn Harvest Saturday, August 24th from 2:00-5:00 p.m. for live music with Yata, Sinz & Orfield!

    This group brings an unexpected and masterful mashup of folk, blues and jazz.  Three veteran musicians – Yata (guitar/voice), Randy Sinz (bass/voice) & Sue Orfield (saxophone/voice) – combine their songwriting and performing skills, presenting a musically powerful and entertaining performance.  They bring humor, and pathos to their show with musical expertise and passion.  They have recently released their first CD, Dancing in the Light, featuring 12 beautiful, original songs.

    They will have wine, cheese, and snacks available for purchase, so come, relax, and enjoy!

    Feel free to bring a chair to this outdoor event.

    No beverage carry-in allowed.

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  • 8/28
    Watercolor: A Mid-Century Focus on Color and Line At Autumn Harvest Winery - with Karen Bejin

    Join Autumn Harvest Tuesday, August 28 for an art class led by local artist Karen Bejin from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

    Originally from Menomonie, WI, Karen studied drawing, painting, and ceramics during her undergrad and also studied watercolor with artist Karlyn Holmen at her gallery in Wisconsin and on location in Southern France. Many of Karen’s paintings are inspired by nature to recreate the peace and beauty of the outdoors in the places we live and work.

    They will have wine, cheese, and snacks available for purchase. So, come, relax, and enjoy!

    Feel free to bring a chair to this outdoor event.

    No beverage carry-in allowed.

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  • 9/7
    Yellowstone Art Trail

    6th Annual Yellowstone Art Trail event:

    Friday September 6th & Saturday September 7th from 9:00am to 5:00pm both days.

    Locations are:

    Cadott, Boyd & the eastern Lake Wissota area of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin

    The Sixth Annual Yellowstone Art Trail is a free, self-guided art tour consisting of 32 local artists displaying and selling artwork in their studios and participating businesses. We are fortunate to have the historical Yellowstone Trail, the transcontinental auto route that went right through these communities back in 1915-1930, winding its way through our towns (currently County Highway X), creating the route for the Yellowstone “Art” Trail. The art trail includes Cadott, Boyd and the eastern Lake Wissota area of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin and is set for Friday & Saturday, September 6th & 7th, 2019 from 9-5 both days.

    Many dedicated artists call this area of Chippewa County their home, with its beautiful backdrop of rivers and lakes, parks and gardens, country farmland and welcoming neighborhoods. The Yellowstone Art Trail features artwork for all ages; men and women alike. It showcases the fine art and skills of wood craftsmen, metal sculptors, stained glass artists, handmade pottery, fiber art, fine art drawings and paintings, handmade jewelry and much more. The artwork is original and handmade and many of the artists give demonstrations, educating the public on their craft. Several of them are active in the arts within the local community, working with adults and youth alike with many projects.

    There are ten art stops included on the trail, historical places of interest, specialty shops and area restaurants. Hosting several guest artists are the ZCBJ Bohemian Lodge, the Anson Methodist Church, Cadott Area Historical Society, the English Lutheran Church of Bateman and the Institute of St. Joseph/Nazareth Studio in Boyd. There will be tours of the historical Bohemian Lodge and the Cadott Area Historical Society buildings. In addition to that, five area art studios are also on the trail.

    Brochures with maps are available identifying the artists and their unique artwork.  You can pick one up at area businesses in August, from the artists, or view it on our website: www.yellowstonearttrail.blogspot.com or at www.facebook.com/yellowstoneartttrail  Each artist will be giving away one of their creations, so make sure to enter your name in a drawing at each location. Just grab a few friends, hop in your car and follow the bright yellow signs and sunflowers dotting the trail! We welcome you to experience the arts in our area.

     

    For more info, contact Jean at: jeannieartist@gmail.com

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  • 9/6 to 9/7
    6th Annual Yellowstone Art Trail

    Yellowstone Art Trail consists of local artists displaying and selling artwork in their studios and participating businesses. The area is fortunate to have the historical Yellowstone Trail, the transcontinental auto route that went right through these communities back in 1915-1930, winding its way through our towns (currently County Highway X), creating the route for the Yellowstone “Art” Trail. It was named “Yellowstone” to draw tourists along it to the national park, a favorite attraction of the time. The art trail is set for Friday and Saturday, September 6th & 7th from 9-5 both days!

    Included in the art tour are historical places of interest, restaurants and specialty shops featuring locally made products. For More Information

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  • 9/7
    Loop de Lori Triathlon & 5k

    Sign up for the Loop de Lori Triathlon & 5K! This year's race is September 7th, 2019. The triathlon includes a 3.4-mile trail run, 17-mile bike ride, and 3.5-mile kayak or you can sign up to run the 5k. All skill levels, ages, and families are welcome to participate! Even if you just want to take a leisurely walk for the 5K, you can do that! All proceeds benefit the Lori Kleich Endowment Fund for natural & alternative cancer care for mind, body & soul.

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  • 9/7
    Live Music with Wise Jennings at Autumn Harvest Winery & Orchard

    Join Autumn Harvest Saturday, September 7 for an afternoon of live music from 2:00-5:00 p.m. with Wise Jennings!

    Wise Jennings is a husband and wife duo from southern Wisconsin.  As original artists they have made a name for themselves delivering high energy shows with a unique song writing and performance style.  They sound like a Punk, Psycho-billy, Alt-Americana, Outlaw Country burrito if there was such a thing and you could listen to it.

    They will have wine, cheese, and snacks available for purchase, so come, relax, and enjoy.

    Feel free to bring a chair to this outdoor event.

    No beverage carry-in allowed.

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  • 9/7 to 9/8
    Wisconsin Game Fest

    Wisconsin Game Fest will feature exhibits, activities, and events such as: outdoor retail, conservation organizations, dog kennels and trainers, hunting and fishing guides and outfitters, outdoor recreational vehicles, and much more. 

    Some of the great attractions included at Game Fest include: Steve Porter's Trophy Deer, the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation youth shooting trailer, Fantasy Corral Petting Zoo, North America Diving Dogs, Wisconsin Buck and Bear Club trophy scoring, and more!

    Location:  Northern Wisconsin State Fairgrounds - 225 Edward St, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729

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