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August 2019

    • 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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