GO On and find something fun to do during your stay!
3/8 to 3/22
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.
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Thursday, March 8: Introduction to Smart Trainers/Zwift
Learn how a smart trainer and a training app can make winter training more fun and effective.
Thursday, March 15: 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.
Thursday, March 22: 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.
Class Reunion: A Mystery Musical Comedy
6:30 PM on Thursday, Friday and Saturday--2:00 PM on Sunday at the Chippewa Valley Cultural Association, Inc./Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, March 22 – 24, dinner at 6:30 p.m., show at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, March 25 at 2:00 p.m. (no meal) Many years have passed since the “kids in the class” walked the halls of old, soon-to-be-demolished Crandall High School. Oddly, this particular class of Crandall Catfish never before held a reunion, but tonight they are gathered in the old school gym to renew friendships and share memories. The pep club has decorated the gym in school colors, orange and blue. The cheerleaders lead victory chants and the school song. Athletic heroics and student pranks are recalled. Old flames are rekindled. Adolescent rivalries and jealousies are revived. Suddenly, the reunion takes a mysterious turn as, one by one, folks begin to disappear. Foul play is suspected. The former class clown, now the Crandall Constable, launches an investigation. Tensions run high, as possible motives and culprits are examined. The plot thickens as class members, spouses, and old faculty continue to vanish. CLASS REUNION is a family-friendly “who-done-it” featuring loads of comedy and harmonious singing. The audience will be in the midst of the action as the eventful evening unfolds at dear old Crandall High School. The buffet dinner is expertly prepared by Karl’s BBQ Express and includes hand-carved roast pork loin or buttery baked fish paired with baby red potatoes, fresh green beans and dinner rolls along with a small dessert and milk/coffee/water.
Admission: Dinner Show - Adults $34, Seniors $33, Youth $27 Show Only –Adults $15, Seniors $14, Youth $6More Information »
Live Music: The Letter Black at Every Buddy's Bar & Grill
$8 Advance, $10.00 Day of show
Doors: 6PM, Show: 7PM Ages: 21 +
Every Buddy's Bar And Grill
19 W Central St
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Live Music: Marcus Lere at the Sheeley House Saloon
8:30pm-11:30pm at the Sheeley House Saloon- 236 W. River St, Chippewa Falls
Since he was a youngster, Marcus Lere has been influenced by music. From the days of singing along to Michael Jackson, to learning the saxophone licks of Bruce Springsteen's own Clarence Clemons, and to jamming along to songs from Incubus and Silverchair, Lere dug deep to create his own brand of music that would inspire those who enjoy his compositions.More Information »
Now in his 20s, Marcus Lere continues to draw from the experiences of himself and others in his songwriting. He performs solo acoustic and in the rock band Waves Collide out of the Twin Cities. You can expect to hear everything between Matchbox Twenty to Tool. Collective Soul, Weezer, Third Eye Blind, Goo Goo Dolls, Green Day, Smashing Pumpkins, Blink-182, Incubus, etc.
Loopy's Beersbee Tournament
11am-2pm at Loopy's Saloon & Grill- 10691 Bus Hwy 29, Chippewa Falls
Beersbee is a flying disc game where two poles are set up approx. 36 ft. from each other. The poles have a target (plastic bottle) on top. The goal of the game is to hit your opponents pole or target off the pole. First team to 15 wins (win by 2). Scoring is: 2 points - Knock off opponents target successfully without them catching it. 1 point - hit opponents pole. For the full rules, visit beersbee.com/official-rulesMore Information »
Live Music: Jackson Taylor At the SandBar and Grill
5pm at the SandBar and Grill- 17643 50th Ave, Chippewa Falls
Singer/Songwriter, Jackson Taylor, a Medford, Wi Native, currently residing in Chippewa Falls, takes life experiences and feelings, and makes people feel that with his lyrics. Blending some Traditional covers with country music from the 90's to what you hear on the radio today, dusting in a few origianls.More Information »
Pianist Alexandre Dossin
7:30pm at the Heyde Center for the Arts- 3 S. High Street, Chippewa Falls
Considered by many to be an “extraordinary musician,” a “phenomenon”
and “a master of contrasts,” Steinway Artist Alexandre Dossin keeps active by performing, recording and teaching. Born in Porto Alegre, Brazil, where he lived until he was 19, Alexandre spent nine years studying in Moscow, Russia, before establishing residency in the United States. Currently a tenured professor at the University of Oregon School of Music, Dossin was a faculty member from 2002–06 at the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire. A prizewinner in several international piano competitions, Dossin has played under a wide range of internationally known conductors and performed in international festivals throughout Japan, Canada, the United States, and Argentina. We are extraordinarily pleased to welcome Dossin back to Chippewa Falls. Admission: Adults $15, Seniors $14, Youth $6More Information »
Live Music: In the Bar with Mark Stary
7pm- 10pm at the Fill Inn Station- 104 W. Columbia St, Chippewa FallsMore Information »
Live Music: Nick Hensley at the Sheeley House Saloon
Nick Hensley created Love Songs For Angry Men shortly after his band The District called it quits in 2002. Hensley’s alias and alter ego, Love Songs For Angry Men, was born to get people talking and through the doors. Now it’s is the title of his first solo effort and also used as a general band name. 8:30pm -11:30pm, Sheeley House Saloon- 236 W. River St, Chippewa FallsMore Information »