Craft shows, snowshoe hikes, speed rope jump contests, 1800s historical reenactments, art fairs, rodeos, fireworks, local festivals,on the water and musical events, plus more, are scheduled each year around Chippewa County.Submit an Event
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.
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.
WINTER 2018 IS COMING
Fans of the most talked about show on television can now get their fantasy fix live on stage with the hilarious send-up MUSICAL THRONES: A Parody of Ice and Fire. Composed by the hysterical mad men behind the long-running SILENCE! THE MUSICAL, Jon and Al Kaplan, MUSICAL THRONES: A Parody of Ice and Fire brings your most beloved and be-hated characters to life as you journey through 7 seasons of the Emmy Award winning Game of Thrones series.
Sing and dance along with Daenerys and her dragons, Tyrion, Jaime and all the jolly members of the Lannister and Stark families in this love letter to fans.
We will transport you to Thrones' magical locations (if you close your eyes) where bloodthirsty musical theater comics leave no joke unturned in serving up Thrones' notorious violence, power struggles, manipulation and sex - plus worse yet a ballad or two. This show is preparing for battle across North America so saddle up and come on down to King's Landing - and hold onto your swords!
8pm-1am at The Snout Saloon- 13 W. Central St, Chippewa Falls
8:30pm-11:30pm at the Sheeley House Saloon- 236 W. River Street, Chippewa Falls
joe g is a singer/songwriter from Marshfield, WI who combines Americana, folk, and pop musical styling with raw, personal lyrics that he hopes resonates with a broad audience. His originals focus on everything from love to pain, joy to sadness.
You can expect to hear everything from his own originals to Johnny Cash, Elvis, Taylor Swift, Radiohead, Tom Petty, Marvin Gaye to Chris Stapleton. Whether you’re singing along, or just chilling, Joe G’s performance is don’t miss night of music!
3pm-7pm at the SandBar and Grill- 17645 50th Ave, Chippewa Falls
8:30pm-11:30pm at the Sheeley House Saloon- 236 W. River St, Chippewa s Falls
What do you get when you bring a small town girl born and raised in north central WI then introduce her to a small town boy from Iowa – throw in life in a desert town, a dash of international travel and you’ve got Cory and Julie LIVE!
The husband and wife duo enjoy playing hits from across the decades and genres to fill the night with great music and lots of laughs. Their harmonizing vocals coupled with keyboard and guitar put a new twist on some great hits. And sometimes their digital drummer sits in for a song or two making the night even more electric! With over 25 years in the music industry, this live- variety duo who keeps fun at the forefront. Come out and live a little with Cory and Julie LIVE!
8am-1pm at Lafayette Town Hall- 5765 197th St, Chippewa Falls
Breakfast includes Omelet, hashbrowns, muffin, and choice of milk, juice, or coffee. Adults: $7.50, Children 6-12: $5, Children 5 and Under: Free
Eau Claire Regional Arts Center and State Theatre
It's hard to imagine a band just coming into their own after 20 years of success, but that's exactly what makes a true anomaly. This multi-national, Celtic juggernaut grows stronger with each live performance, and as you can imagine, after two decades and over 2000 shows, it is a true force to be reckoned with. With their latest release, Go Climb a Tree, their music has never sounded more representative of themselves as musicians and as live performers.
Come to Eau Claire State Theatre from 3-5 PM to see The Berenstain Bears LIVE!
The Musical is an adaptation of three of The Berenstain Bears' most beloved books: "The Berenstain Bears Learn About Strangers," "The Berenstain Bears and Too Much Junk Food," and "The Berenstain Bears" Trouble at School." Appropriate for Mamas, Papas, and Young Cubs of all ages, in this live musical production filled with fun songs and dancing, the Berenstain Bears learn important life lessons.
$8 Advance, $10.00 Day of show
Doors: 6PM, Show: 7PM Ages: 21 +
Every Buddy's Bar And Grill
19 W Central St
7pm-9pm at Rick's Halfway Hall and Sports Bar
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.
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.
7pm- 10pm at the Fill Inn Station- 104 W. Columbia St, Chippewa Falls
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 Falls