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Art by Inmates - The Pen Project
Artist Reception: Thursday, January 18, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. // 513free
Concert: Thursday, January 18, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
The 513free Prison Ministry and the Heyde Center for the Arts are excited to work together to feature the artwork of people who have been or who are incarcerated. There are over 2.2 million men, women, and juveniles incarcerated in the United States today. Each year, 650,000 inmates are released into the general-public and approximately 70 percent reoffend within the first five years of their release. 513free actively works to break the cycle of incarceration by building Christ-centered relationships and programs for those who are: at risk of going, those currently in, and those being released from prison. Through the art exhibit, the articles from The Pen Project, and a musical concert, 513free and the Heyde Center will show visitors how creative outlets like the visual arts, writing, and music can make positive changes in the lives of the incarcerated and those just released from prison. Exhibit and concert are free to the public, but concert reservations are recommended.
“Through The Pen Project not only can we use our voices again, but we can find healing, we can help, we can share, we can listen, we can pray for mended lives and ultimately we can find freedom through Christ.” Jackson Correctional Institution (Inmate)More Information »
Thursday Night Clinics at Spring Street Sports
6:30pm at Spring Street Sports- 12 W. Spring St, Chippewa Falls
Spring Street Sports will be hosting clinics on Thursday nights that allow you to learn more about topics related to cycling and skiing. Each week there will be a new topic, and if there is enough interest, topics may be repeated. Attendance will be limited to 10 people per clinic, so sign up by clicking the "Find Tickets" link on this page if you're interested. Clinics will begin at 6:30 PM, they are free of charge, and all tools and materials will be provided. The following is the schedule for the first four weeks of clinics.More Information »
Thursday, January 18: Introduction to Smart Trainers/Zwift
Learn how a smart trainer and a training app can make winter training more fun and effective.
Thursday, January 25: Ski Waxing Clinic
Learn the basics of glide waxing snow sport equipment, and learn what tools and supplies are needed.
Thursday, February 1: Basic Bicycle Maintenance
Learn to lube your chain, do pre and post ride inspection/cleaning of equipment, and maintain brakes and tires. Learn what tools and supplies will help with bike maintenance.
Thursday, February 8: How to Change a Flat
Learn to get back on the road if you experience a flat tire while on a ride, and learn what supplies to carry with you.
1/19 to 2/23
1/20 to 1/21
Free Fishing Weekend
Fish almost anywhere in Wisconsin without a license or trout stamp on Free Fishing Weekend. Most waters of the state are included, except for spring trout ponds (Review the trout regulations; wherever you see a season date listed for a specific body of water, you'd be fine, although some waters may be catch and release only.) All other inland waters and Wisconsin's side of the Great Lakes and Mississippi River are open for you to test your skills and try your luck. Remember, all usual regulations and seasonal restrictions are in force. Please exercise caution before heading out on the ice.More Information »
Native Pride Dancer - Larry Yazzie
2:00 p.m. at the Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls, WI, 54729
Larry Yazzie, The Native Pride Dancer, is truly an American treasure. From the Meskwaki Nation in Tama, Iowa, Larry is a two-time World Champion Fancy Dancer and Eagle Dancer. His repertoire includes performances at the Olympics, The Kennedy Center, and the Smithsonian Institute. The performance will include traditional stories, musical styles, and insight into the vibrant history and culture of Native American life. Admission: Adults $10, Seniors $9, Youth $5, Family (2 adults, 2 youth) $25More Information »
7pm-10pm at Bye the Willow 501 N. High St, Chippewa Falls
Join Bye the Willow for "messages from beyond" with Medium Kim del Valle Walker! You will experience love & messages from beyond as Kim connects you with your loved ones, guides, and shares messages of love & light!More Information »
Tickets must be purchased before the event. Tickets are only available to be purchased at the lounge. For questions, please call Dawn at 715-559-0371.
Kim began her metaphysical training at the age of four under her psychic Aunt Elsie’s guidance, whose specialty was automatic writing. Sporadically training throughout her teens, Kim began reading tarot at the age of 14 for friends and family. As an adult Kim went on to read professionally in and around the Sarasota, Florida area for individuals, groups, at psychic fairs and live on radio call-in shows. This is when her mediumship and channeling abilities spontaneously made themselves known to her and she began to incorporate them into her readings. Today, almost 50-years later, Kim continues to offer insightful, loving and healing messages from beyond to those who come to her for readings.
1/22 to 1/26
Mason Jar Herb Class
10am-2pm at Green Oasis- 1403 122nd St, Chippewa Falls
Bring your own mason jars; they will provide the chalk paint and herbs seed to grow. While the paint dries, you can talk about uses (cooking, medicinal, etc.) for herbs, recipe ideas (handouts). They will have containers available to purchase if needed. Class cost: $10More Information »
Old Fashioned Chicken Dinner
The Church of Notre Dame's Old Fashioned Chicken Dinner with all the Trimmings
Wednesday, January 25, 3:30pm-6pm at Notre Dame Parish Life Center- 22 S. Prairie St, Chippewa Falls
Cost is $9 for Adults, Children 5-12 $5, Children 4 and under Free. Immediate Families $40
Carry Outs available- Call 715-720-4840 to place your order between 2pm and 5:30pm on Jan 24th.
"Broadway, Our Way" - William and Anthony Nunziata
7:30 PM at the Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls, WI, 54729
Will and Anthony Nunziata continue to embrace every audience with fresh interpretations and original orchestrations of timeless Broadway classics and American pop standards. Combining their magnificent tenor voices with their brotherly banter and comedic flair, Broadway, Our Way is a memorable and emotional experience that leaves a lasting impression. The Nunziata brothers have packed houses and won acclaim for their performances throughout the country and around the world. They have recently performed as guest artists with the Cleveland Pops Orchestra, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, and Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra. They are proudest of their Educational Outreach Initiative and Master Class Programs, where they visit students throughout the country providing education and inspiration in supporting the arts as a significant component of young peoples’ lives.
Reserved Seating (up to 4 rows): $27/seat. General Admission: $21 adults, $19 seniors, $15More Information »
John Mueller’s Winter Dance Party
Come check out John Mueller at Eau Claire State Theatre from 7:30 - 10:00 PM! John Mueller's "Winter Dance Party"® is the official live and authentic re-creation of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and the Big Bopper's final tour and the only show endorsed by the Holly, Valens and Richardson estates. Each live concert performance includes over two hours of unbridled, high voltage entertainment featuring all the hit songs of the 50s era!More Information »
Live Music:Truth Before Treason, The MayBerry Riot, Entropy at Every Buddy's Bar & Grill
8pm- 12am at Every Buddy's Bar & Grill- 19 W. Central St, Chippewa Falls
Cost:$8More Information »
Comedy Night -Sonya White
9:30pm- 11pm at the Sheeley House Saloon- 236 W. River St, Chippewa Falls
No Cover- Headliner Sonya White is joined by feature, Josh Florhaug!More Information »
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