Issue #332 May 17, 2017

Opening Shot | May 17, 2017

photos by Andrea Paulseth

IT’S HIP TO ZIP. A pair of happy zip-liners try out the new motorized zip-line at Action City in Eau Claire. Open as of Saturday, May 6, the ride is 130 feet high and 700 feet long. The amusement center also opened up a new outdoor go-kart track on the same day.

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Issue #331 May 2, 2017

Opening Shot | May 3, 2017

photos by Shane Newman

THEY CALLED IN THE BIG DRUMS. One World Taiko came to The Heyde Center for the Arts on Saturday, April 29. One World Taiko is a professional Japanese drum ensemble featuring Gary Tsujimoto and Nancy Ozaki, who bring their own creative rhythms, arrangements and choreography, and energetic spirit to the ancient art of Taiko.

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Issue #330 April 5, 2017

Opening Shot | April 5, 2017

photos by Andrea Paulseth

HIGH IMPACT SILLINESS. The Volume One April Fool’s Day Pillow Fight returned in a fantastic five minutes of feathery on April 1 in the courtyard of The Oxbow Hotel in downtown Eau Claire. Pictured: The winner of the adult costume award, pillow fighting like a hunk of burnin’ love.

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Issue #327 February 22, 2017

Opening Shot | Feb. 22, 2017

photos by Chaia Kochendorferlseth

JOUST ANOTHER BIKE RACE? Competitors snag a shiny ring – just one challenge found in the 9th Annual St. Valentine’s Day Hustle held Feb. 9 in Menomonie. Bikers raced around scenic Lake Menomin in this friendly alleycat-style bike race. A portion of the proceeds went to the Dunn County Humane Society.

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Issue #325 January 25, 2017

Opening Shot | Jan. 25, 2017

photos by Michael Lundebrek

IN THE KNOW, IN THE SNOW. Area sledding hills may be sloppy and slushy but on Saturday, Jan. 14, the Eau Claire Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department and Eau Claire Fire and Rescue hosted a day of snowy fun at Pinehurst Winter Safety Day with games, sports, free refreshments, and more.

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Issue #324 January 11, 2017

Opening Shot | Jan. 11, 2017

photos by Andrea Paulseth

A NEW YEAR BOOM. Thousands gathered in downtown Eau Claire on New Year’s Eve to ring in 2017 with all kinds of festivities including lantern parades, live music at every conceivable venue, a swanky gala/fundraiser at The Lismore, a kids party at the Children’s Museum, and fireworks at midnight.

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