Events For 10/26/2019

Sat. Oct. 26

Chippewa Valley Book Festival

The Chippewa Valley Book Festival celebrates the written word through author readings and book signings, school visits, meals with authors, and includes workshops and programs for writers of all ages. The 2019 festival will feature more than twenty authors at area libraries, schools, and other community locations. The festival runs October 21-27, 2019, and features programs daily for seven days with Saturday and weekday evening programs in Eau Claire and around the Chippewa Valley.

Multiple Locations

7:30am-1pm Sat. Oct. 26

Eau Claire Downtown Farmers Market

Seasonal, locally grown vegetables and fruits, plus baked goods, dairy products, meat, honey, maple syrup, flowers, and more.

Phoenix Park 330 Riverfront Terrace, Eau Claire

Age: All ages

7:45am-5pm Sat. Oct. 26

Chippewa Valley Code Camp

Bringing together the brightest minds in West-Central Wisconsin to celebrate our shared passion for creating and developing software.

Chippewa Valley Technical College 620 W. Clairemont Avenue, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

8-9am Sat. Oct. 26

Momma Strong Bootcamp

Variable intensity bootcamp style class focused on all levels of fitness for expecting, current, or future moms. Targeted towards toning muscle, reducing body fat, and loaded with nutrition and fitness advice from a certified nutrition and fitness coach.

Lake Wissota Family Chiropractic 107 N Bridge Street, Chippewa Falls

Cost: $10 drop-in or 6 classes for $50

Age: 18+

8:30am Sat. Oct. 26

Carson Park 5 & 10 + Kid's BOO-gie Run

Half Moon 5K run/walk and Carson Park 10 mile run. Pancake breakfast 8:30-11:30am.

Paul Bunyan Logging Camp Museum 1110 Carson Park Drive, Eau Claire

Cost: See contact info for cost

9am-noon Sat. Oct. 26

Open Play

Kids - bring your parents, grandparents or caregivers in and spend some quality time being creative, imaginative and just plain having fun and making memories!

Tiny Tots Playhouse 320 S. Wisconsin St., Fall Creek

Cost: $5/child, free for adults and infants under 12 months

Age: All Ages

9am-2pm Sat. Oct. 26

DCHS Fall Rummage Sale

Come check out this huge rummage sale in Menomonie. There is always something for everyone of all ages, and then some more. Donation drop off will be on Wednesday, October 23rd from 9 am - 7 pm.

Menomonie Veterans Center E4710 County Rd. BB, Menomonie

Age: All Ages

9am-4:30pm Sat. Oct. 26

Medicine for the Earth & Healing with Spiritual Light

In this workshop you will be introduced to your spirit guides and work with them to transform energy of the toxic kind. Meet your distant ancestors to help create a healthier world. Discover your own creation story. Connect with the elements, learn the power of your words and so much more.

Soulstice Wellness Center 1316 Fairfax Street #103 & #104, Eau Claire

Cost: Cost: $169

9am-4pm Sat. Oct. 26

Cedarcreek Fall Gamercon

A mini-convention for tabletop gamers. Tournaments, silent auction, community, open tabletop play, vendors, and food. Proceeds benefit the Tandem Mentorship Program.

Cedarcreek Community Church 3520 Eastwind Drive, Eau Claire

Cost: $8 GA

9-10am Sat. Oct. 26

Spooky Yoga in The Gallery

With Halloween approaching, take this opportunity to theme on the more esoteric aspects of the asanas as we move toward the thinning of the veil. Look forward to a special "spooky" yoga playlist, and of course, an extra long "corpse pose" at the finale, accompanied by live shamanic drumming.

The Oxbow Hotel 516 Galloway St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

9:30am-noon Sat. Oct. 26

Adventures in Geocaching

Participants will learn basic GPS use and have a chance to practice their new skills during this class. Pricing is per group of 2-4 people. Registration due October 18.

Beaver Creek Reserve S1 County Road K, Fall Creek

Cost: Friends $10 group, Nonmembers $15 per group

Age: Age 5+

10am-4pm Sat. Oct. 26

Pooches & Pumpkins

There will be treats for Fido, doggy dress up, a photo op, pumpkin painting for the kids, and prizes awarded for the best pet costume. The winner will receive a goody basket filled with treats for you and your pet.

Down To Earth Garden Center 6025 Arndt Ln., Eau Claire

10am-6pm Sat. Oct. 26

The Pumpkin Patch at Valley Pasture Farm

Bring the whole family to the farm and participate in over 25 engaging activities to celebrate fall including wagon rides, corn maze, farm animals, pick-your-own pumpkin patch, and more!

Valley Pasture Farm E7631 N County Road E, Elk Mound

Cost: $9/person - save $1 with a non-perishable donation for our local food pantry

Age: All Ages

10am-noon Sat. Oct. 26

Reiki Share

Reiki-attuned & non-attuned folk are both welcome to join this Saturday morning group. Free Chakra-balancing tea samples brewed for attendees, hand-blended by our shop herbalist, River Prairie Apothecary.

The Broom & Crow 106 E. Grand Ave., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: 18+

10am-noon Sat. Oct. 26

The Center 6th Anniversary Celebration and Heart Labyrinth Dedication

Celebrate The Center's 6th anniversary and dedication of the new Heart Labyrinth. Labyrinth dedication will be at 10:30pm. Practitioners will be on hand to discuss their healing practices, classes and other activities at The Center. Refreshments served.

The Center 3701 E. Clairemont Ave., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

10am-1pm Sat. Oct. 26

Weekend Brunch: Shane Leonard

Join us for our farm-focused weekend brunch with lively instrumental tunes from Leonard 10am-1pm. The kitchen offers an array of midwestern and other brunch classics, and from the bar pick from a variety of classic and original morning drinks.

The Oxbow Hotel 516 Galloway St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

10am-2pm Sat. Oct. 26

Terravee Naturals Pop.Up Shop

Cold season is upon us. Battle your sniffles and support your immune system the natural way. Score fresh batches of elderberry syrup, fire tonic + honey garlic made right here in Eau Claire.

Red's Mercantile 224 N Dewey St., Eau Claire

Age: All Ages

10am-2pm Sat. Oct. 26

Santa is Coming to Green Oasis

Santa Claus will talk to the kids and find out who has been naughty and nice and to help raise money for the American Cancer Society. There will be games and crafts for the kids( pumpkin painting, pumpkin bowling, scavenger hunt. Food, Apple Cider and Tea will be provided for a Free Will Donation.

Green Oasis Gardens 1403 122nd Street, Chippewa Falls

Cost: FREE

10am-2pm Sat. Oct. 26

Cardboard Construction

A fort-building space, full of cardboard, MakeDo Kits and all of the necessary items to create some huge structures. Stop in anytime to join the architectural fun.

Children's Museum of Eau Claire 220 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: Free with Museum membership or admission

Age: All Ages

10-10:30am Sat. Oct. 26

Pop Up Science: Stomp Rocket

Museum Playologists have several different fun and interactive science kits to break out with kids and explore all things STEAM-related. This week's activity is building stomp rockets.

Children's Museum of Eau Claire 220 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: Free with Museum membership or admission

Age: All Ages

10:15-10:35am Sat. Oct. 26

Family Storytime

For ages two to six, but can be enjoyed by the entire family. All storytimes feature stories, songs, rhymes, fingerplays, music, and movement. All are welcome and no registration is required.

LE Phillips Memorial Public Library - Youth Services Program Room 400 Eau Claire St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

10:30-11:30am Sat. Oct. 26

Chippewa Valley Book Festival: Ballrooms and POW Camps

Loretta Ellsworth, author of several young adult novels, will share the true history behind her first adult historical novel, Stars Over Clear Lake, which takes place at both The Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa, and the prisoner of war camp in Algona, Iowa.

L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library 400 Eau Claire St, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

10:30-11am Sat. Oct. 26

Story Time at Dotters Books

Guest readers will share two picture books with kids of all ages. Donuts from Roadside Bakery and fresh brewed coffee for you to enjoy (donations for treats are welcome, but not necessary.)

Dotters Books 1602 Hogeboom Ave., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

11am Sat. Oct. 26

Maker Workshop: Handpainted Wood Signs w/ Chicory Lane & Co.

Work with Katie to learn techniques of stenciling and hand lettering to create a custom hand painted wood sign to take and display at home (multiple designs available, inquire for details).

The Volume One Gallery (Inside The Local Store) 205 N. Dewey St., Eau Claire

Cost: $30 per person / 25 person cap

11am-12:30pm Sat. Oct. 26

Fall Flower Arranging for Kids

Kickoff the Halloween festivities by having your child create their very own floral arrangement in a hollowed out pumpkin with vivid fall flowers. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Lakeview Floral and Gifts 1802A Stout Road, Menomonie

Cost: $29.95

Age: 5-10 Years Old

11am-9pm Sat. Oct. 26

Poker Night

Sign up starts at 11am, with 9 players per start time, preliminary games are at 1pm, 3pm and 5pm. The top 3 from each preliminary game will advance to the final table at 7pm. top 3 winners will win beer, with the winner receiving an entry into the final table of champions.

The Growler Guys 2832 London Road, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: 21+

11am-1pm Sat. Oct. 26

Spooky Scary Banner

Create a spooky burlap banner with sequins and paint just in time for Halloween! Registration is required, and opens September 25.

L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library, The Dabble Box 400 Eau Claire St, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: 18+

11-11:45am Sat. Oct. 26

Toddler- Caregiver Movement Class

Help your toddler move through the developmental stages of movement and increase their capacity for learning. The class will tire their bodies and allow them to move creatively. For Ages 5 and under with a participating adult.

Anandaworks Wellness Education Center 320 Putnam St Ste 123, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: 5 and under with parent

noon-9pm Sat. Oct. 26

Schlegelmich House Escape Room with Tactical Escape 101

Find clues, solve puzzles, and escape the spooky, historic room before the timer hits zero. Proceeds benefit Chippewa Valley Museum. Group size must be a minimum of 4 people. Advance bookings required.

Schlegelmilch House Museum 517 S. Farwell St., Eau Claire

Cost: $35 per person

Age: 16+

noon-8pm Sat. Oct. 26

Bottle Release: Talisman English Barleywine

Limited bottle release for the Talisman English Barleywine, 11.2% . First come, first serve until supplies last. Perfect for sharing during the holidays, or keep in your cellar and enjoy at a later occasion.

Zymurgy Brewing 624 Main Street. E, Menomonie

Age: 21+

1-3pm Sat. Oct. 26

Treats on the Trail

Join the Dunn County Historical Society at the Lions Club Game Park Trail in Wakanda Park to enjoy the beautiful fall weather and gather Halloween treats along the way. Walk the beautiful nature trail, collect candy along the way, and take your own pumpkin home.

Lions Club Game Park Trail Game Park Road, Menomonie

Cost: $3

Age: Children 12 and younger

1-2pm Sat. Oct. 26

Chippewa Valley Book Festival: The Heart of Noir

Crime fiction readers, particularly readers of heartland noir, know that something lies beneath the typical “Midwestern nice” facade. Mindy Mejia will tell the tale of her journey into crime fiction, the inspiration for her books, and why she writes heartland noir.

L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library 400 Eau Claire St, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

1-3pm Sat. Oct. 26

Paganism 101: A Year & A Day Exploration

Want to learn more about Paganism, Witchcraft, and the Metaphysical, in general? This is the class you've been waiting for. Each month will cover a different topic. You will buy a workbook at the first class that will be your reference guide, teaching tool, and journal for this year-and-a-day process.

The Broom & Crow 106 E. Grand Ave., Eau Claire

Cost: $18 first class/$8 each class after

Age: All Ages

1:30-4:30pm Sat. Oct. 26

Downtown Eau Claire Food & History Tour

A walking tour that includes stops at 7 downtown establishments where you will enjoy tastings of local food and beverages. You’ll spend approximately 20 minutes at each restaurant and hear about the history of Eau Claire and the restaurants. A perfect mix of food, culture and fun.

The Local Store at the Volume One World Headquarters 205 N. Dewey St., Eau Claire

Cost: $65/person

Age: All Ages

1:30-4:30pm Sat. Oct. 26

Downtown Chippewa Falls Food & History Tour

A walking tour that includes stops at 7 downtown establishments where you will enjoy tastings of local food and beverages. You’ll spend approximately 20 minutes at each restaurant and hear about the history of Chippewa Falls and the restaurants. A perfect mix of food, culture and fun.

Chippewa Falls Area Chamber of Commerce 10 South Bridge St., Chippewa Falls

Cost: $65/person

Age: All Ages

1:30-3pm Sat. Oct. 26

Legends and Folklore of Winter-Author Chad Lewis

Winter may seem like a quiet time, but it is actually filled with bizarre tales and stories of cannibalistic spirits, Krampus the anti-Santa Claus, stories of little people, werewolves, witches, being buried alive, and numerous other Holiday traditions for the darkest days of the year. Books will be available for sale

Menomonie Public Library 600 Wolske Bay Rd, Menomonie

Cost: FREE

2pm Sat. Oct. 26

Carpenters Once More

Diana Lynn has been entertaining audience since she was three years old. Singing with her brother at a young age, Diana and he quickly became known as the Donny and Marie in Christian music, traveling all around the United States.

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts 205 Main St. E, Menomonie

Cost: $20

Age: q

2-4pm Sat. Oct. 26

Priceless Film Screening & Discussion

The film will be followed by a facilitated discussion of human trafficking with School Resource Officer Lindsay Hayden. The film is inspired by true stories of human trafficking, directed by Ben Smallbone, rated PG-13.

Augusta Memorial Public Library 113 North Stone St, Augusta

Cost: FREE

Age: Ages 13+

2pm Sat. Oct. 26

UWEC Film Series: "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse"

Teen Miles Morales becomes Spider-Man of his reality, crossing his path with five counterparts from other dimensions to stop a threat for all realities.

Woodland Theater, Davies Center UWEC 105 Garfield Ave, Eau Claire

Cost: $5 GA, $10 yearly pass, $20 yearly family pass

Age: Rated PG

2:15-3:15pm Sat. Oct. 26

Chippewa Valley Book Festival: Change and Resilience in the Heartland

Cullen, co-owner of The Storm Lake Times and Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Storm Lake: A Chronicle of Change, Resilience, and Hope from a Heartland Newspaper, recognizes that rural communities are profoundly challenged and that climate change is already hampering food production now.

L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library 400 Eau Claire St, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

3pm Sat. Oct. 26

Maker Workshop: Felted Goods w/ Wool n Feather Farm

Handmade wool dryer balls, felted soaps, etc from local sheep farm. Work with Melissa of Wool n Feather Farm on felting workshops creating either felted soaps with Lucy's goat milk soap or wool dryer balls from her all natural sheep’s wool from farm in nearby Colfax.

The Volume One Gallery (Inside The Local Store) 205 N. Dewey St., Eau Claire

Cost: $30 per person / 25 person cap

4-5pm Sat. Oct. 26

Chippewa Valley Book Festival: A Verbal Feast of the Fest, served by ecWIT

The ecWIT gals are back by popular demand for a reader’s theater performance of adapted excerpts from a sampling of this year’s festival authors. Without costumes or elaborate props, the stripped-down performance is sure to add a whole new dimension to the characters and stories.

Pablo Center at the Confluence 120 Graham Avenue, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE, but ticket required

4-7pm Sat. Oct. 26

Showtime Championship Wrestling Presents: Fright Club II, All Ages Matinee Show

A family friendly afternoon and early evening of action packed Showtime Championship Wrestling. Pizza, hot dogs, chips, and other dinner and snack items will be available at our concession stand. Wine, beer and spirits will be available for the 21+ crowd. Dress in costume; prizes awarded.

The Metro 201 E Lake St, Eau Claire

Cost: $10 GA, $15 VIP front row

Age: All Ages

4pm Sat. Oct. 26

The Brewing Projekt's Spooky Brewhaha!

Converge Radio 99.9 FM and Brewing Projekt bring you a Halloween music & fun extravaganza. Live music throughout the night. Costume contest. 4 new beer releases (trick or treat style), food, games, first dibs at new fall merch, and general spooky fun.

The Brewing Projekt 1807 N Oxford Ave, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

5pm Sat. Oct. 26

Harvesting Hope Halloween Gala

Social hour, hearty meal of baked chicken, potatoes, vegetables, salad bar, and more; dance and DJ music, and costume contest prizes.

Westgate Sportsman Club 4909 Sportsman Dr., Eau Claire

Cost: $35 meal + dance, $10 dance only, $400 eight person VIP table

5-7pm Sat. Oct. 26

Halloween Parent’s Night Out

Parents, do you need a little time on your own? Drop the kiddos off with us at AKF for pizza, costume contest, games, prizes and loads of safe fun! Open to public.

AKF Martial Arts Academy of Eau Claire 1606 S. Hastings Way, Suite B, Eau Claire

Cost: $20 individual/ $35 Family of two or more

Age: Ages 4+

5pm Sat. Oct. 26

N.E.W. Piano Guys

The N.E.W. Piano Guys bring their hilarious dueling piano comedy routine to Holcombe! Hours of fun music you know and love and great banter from these two. Tickets include dinner & show. 5pm social, 6pm dinner, 7:30 show. Only 200 seats available.

Paradise Shores 26364 CTH M, Holcombe

Cost: $50 dinner & show

Age: 21+

6-10:30pm Sat. Oct. 26

Halloween Dance hosted by the Singles Connection Social Group

Singles and Couples welcome! Dance lessons at 6 pm. Live Music by Drivin' Miss Dixie from 7 pm to 10:30 pm. Costumes encouraged but not required.

Brickhouse Pub & Grub - Bar & Banquet Hall 2233 Birch St, Eau Claire

Cost: members $5, non-members $10

Age: adults

6-10pm Sat. Oct. 26

Night Corn Maze

Bring your flashlights for fun in the night maze. Weather Permitting (check the Facebook page for updates). Last entrance at 9pm.

Leffel Roots Apple Orchard W2369 Maple Road, Eau Claire

Cost: $7 for ages 13+; $5 for Ages 5-12

Age: Ages 5+

6:30-9:30pm Sat. Oct. 26

Lou and Peter Berryman Benefit Concert

Living Wisconsin Legends Lou and Peter Berryman will perform a benefit concert for the LE Phillips Senior Center. Enjoy Peter's humorous lyrics and Lou's foot-tapping melodies as they play and sing their original songs about Wisconsin and life in general.

L.E. Phillips Senior Center 1616 Bellinger St., Eau Claire

Cost: $18 in advance, $20 at the door

Age: 10+

6:30-8pm Sat. Oct. 26

Buddhist Water Blessing - sutra of the, "Golden Light"

Shaman Priestess Jeanette Robbins will be performing a Cambodian Buddhist Water Blessing, instilling the waters with the Sacred Buddhist Dhāraṇī sutra of the "Golden Light" and her healing prayers. The waters will be used by Jeanette, to bless each participant individually.

Register for Location, Eau Claire

Cost: $25

Age: No Children

6:30-10pm Sat. Oct. 26

Euchre Tournament Fundraiser for Let's Go Fishing Menomonie

Euchre Tournament to benefit Let's Go Fishing- Menomonie Area. They'll also have a meat raffle and other raffle prizes. All proceeds go to provide free boating and fishing trips for seniors and the disabled on Lake Menomin.

Pioneer Grill & Saloon E5699 Cty. Hwy. D, Menomonie

Cost: $40 per team

Age: 21+

7-9pm Sat. Oct. 26

Masquerade Mystery Theater

Come to the Billionaire's Masquerade Ball where you'll be the one unmasking the killer. It's a game of clue come to life. You may be an innocent bystander, a suspect, or even the murderer. A glamorous evening of mystery and intrigue.

Widespot Performing Arts Center N2030 Spring St., Stockholm

Cost: $20

Age: 18+

7pm Sat. Oct. 26

Live Music: Eggplant Heroes

Eggplant Heroes is Americana collaboration among Duffy Duyfhuizen, Max Garland, Joel Pace, Olaf Lind, Caleb Horne, Dan Zerr, and Lucas Fischer.  Mixing original tunes with songs by others that we like to play, EPH tries to bring a rich and eclectic musical experience.

Acoustic Cafe - Eau Claire 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7-10pm Sat. Oct. 26

Fright Night Haunted Barn

Be prepared to be haunted by your favorite horror films at the annual Haunted Barn. Proceeds go to Eau Claire 4-H, and Feed my People Food Bank.

Rockin' T-R Ranch 8020 Curvue Road, Eau Claire

Cost: $8 per person, or $6 with a nonperishable food item

Age: Accommodate to all ages

7pm Sat. Oct. 26

UWEC Film Series: "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse"

Teen Miles Morales becomes Spider-Man of his reality, crossing his path with five counterparts from other dimensions to stop a threat for all realities.

Woodland Theater, Davies Center UWEC 105 Garfield Ave, Eau Claire

Cost: $5 GA, $10 yearly pass, $20 yearly family pass

Age: Rated PG

7-11pm Sat. Oct. 26

Ski Sprites Haunted House

The Ski Sprites are hosting their annual Haunted House. A scary walk-thru with interactive haunts, changing scares and a thrill around every corner. Not for the timid.

Ski Sprites Haunted House 415 S. Dewey St., Eau Claire

Cost: $10 at the door, $9 with a non-perishable food donation, $8 in advance

Age: All ages, 12+ recommended

7-9pm Sat. Oct. 26

Troop 36 Haunted Trail

First annual haunted trail put on by Scout Troop 36. This is a fundraiser and food drive. Trail is through woods with warming house and concessions available after.

W6618 Langdell Road, Eau Claire

Cost: $5 GA for 13+ or $3 with non-perishable food item. FREE for Under 13 Free with non-perishable food item.

Age: 10+

7:30pm Sat. Oct. 26

Neil Diamond Tribute

Keith Allynn travels throughout the United States paying tribute to America’s favorite singer song writer, Neil Diamond. Allynn’s mesmerizing style, intimacy with audiences, and cover of Diamond’s top hits makes A Neil Diamond Tribute the only way to “Experience the feel of Neil”. 

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts 205 Main St. E, Menomonie

Cost: $25 GA, $22.50 students & seniors

7:30-8:30pm Sat. Oct. 26

Chippewa Valley Book Festival: The Great Believers: Where Fiction Meets History

Rebecca Makkai’s novel The Great Believers (a finalist for the 2019 Pulitzer in fiction and the 2018 National Book Award) deals in large part with the AIDS epidemic in 1980s Chicago. In this talk, she will read from the book and discuss its origins, stemming from her own experience growing up as a Chicagoan child during the epidemic.

Pablo Center at the Confluence 120 Graham Avenue, Eau Claire

Cost: $10

7:30pm Sat. Oct. 26

UWEC Theater: Company

Revolves around a single man unable to commit fully to a steady relationship, the five married couples who are his best friends, and his three girlfriends. Company is comprised of a number of short, musical vignettes linked by a celebration for Robert's 35th birthday.

Pablo Center at the Confluence - Jamf Theater 128 Graham Ave., Eau Claire

Cost: Admission Fee Unknown

8-10pm Sat. Oct. 26

Observing The Night Sky With The Chippewa Valley Astronomical Society

Members of the Chippewa Valley Astronomical Society sponsor public observing sessions on clear Saturdays May though October (except 8/6/16). Public observing starts about an hour after sunset for about two hours. Come out and enjoy a view of the night sky not possible from the city.

Hobbs Observatory S1 County Hwy K, Fall Creek

Cost: Free, donations accepted

Age: All ages

8pm Sat. Oct. 26

Live Music: "The Part Time Duo"

Full of great cover songs that are great to sing and dance to, sprinkled with their own brand of comedy. They play a wide variety of music but play to what is catered to the crowd. Classic rock, oldies, country, 80s, 90s, and modern hits. A very fun, fast paced, light hearted show.

Eagle's Club 2588 Hallie Rd., Chippewa Falls

8pm Sat. Oct. 26

Showtime Championship Wrestling Presents: Fright Club II, 18+ Show

Ring performers to be announced. An evening of action packed Showtime Championship Wrestling. No one under 18 permitted. Adult themes and situations.

The Metro 201 E Lake St, Eau Claire

Cost: $7 GA Standing Room, $15 GA Seated, $20 VIP front row

Age: 18+

8pm Sat. Oct. 26

Live Music: Poor Man's Ridge

This band is the brainchild of Lucas Fischer, who brought on like-minded musicians, Brian Trullinger, Sarah Spindler, Billy Cooney, and Billy Angell.

Snout Saloon 13 W. Central St., Chippewa Falls

8pm Sat. Oct. 26

Live Music: Dressed To Kill & Eddie Inc.

Halloween Bash with Dressed To Kill and Eddie Inc. tributes to KISS and Iron Maiden.

Every Buddy's Bar 19 W. Central St., Chippewa Falls

Cost: Cover TBA

Age: 21+

8pm Sat. Oct. 26

29 Pines Halloween Costume Party

Costume contest, prizes, 1st drink free. DJ ghost.

29 Pines Hotel and Convention Center 5872 33rd Ave., Eau Claire

Cost: $10 entry for men, FREE for ladies until 10pm

8:30-10:30pm Sat. Oct. 26

Northern Saw-whet Owl Banding

Beaver Creek Bird banders will once again open the banding station to allow you to see these charismatic night flyers. They cannot guarantee that a bird will be caught during your visit; but you will be able to learn about the birds, their migration, and the banding process.

Citizen Science Center - Beaver Creek Reserve S1 Hwy K, Fall Creek

Cost: Donation

8:30-11:30pm Sat. Oct. 26

Late Night Jazz: Sue Orfield Trio

Sue Orfield has been playing the saxophone for close to 40 years, with the last 10 or so right here in the Chippewa Valley. Her playing is informed by blues, joy, bluegrass, sadness, jazz, crazy, rock, and everything else she’s ever heard.

The Oxbow Hotel 516 Galloway St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

9pm-2am Sat. Oct. 26

Karaoke Night at Hallie Bar & Grill

Come out and sing! Great sounding audio system and professional hosts make this an awesome place for a night out.

Hallie Bar & Grill 1713 Hwy OO, Chippewa Falls

Cost: FREE

Age: 21+

9pm Sat. Oct. 26

Torch Sisters present Freudian Slip: A Burlesque & Variety Show

Prepare for Halloween with this unique evening of entertainment: a foray into the depths of imagination and psychoses. VIP ticket includes one glass of refreshment. Doors at 8pm.

Forage 930 Galloway St., Building 13, Suite 212, Eau Claire

Cost: $30/person GA, $40/person for VIP table

Age: Ages 21+

9pm Sat. Oct. 26

Kentucky Gag Order

Kentucky Gag Order return to the Chippewa Valley after a short 16 year hiatus. Riggs Calvero will join us as well as another band to be announced.

The Mousetrap 311 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: 21+

10pm Sat. Oct. 26

Cowboy Jack's After Dark

Dance the night away every Saturday night at Cowboy Jack's! Live DJ, dancing, karaoke, and happy hour all begin at 10pm.

Cowboy Jack's 1432 Front Porch Place, Altoona

Cost: FREE

11pm Sat. Oct. 26

Fright Month Movie Series

Fright Month is back at Micon Cinemas. Classic scary movies every weekend in October. Reserve your seats in advance online. First weekend: Blair Witch Project. 2nd weekend: Friday the 13th. Third Weekend: Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window. Fourth Weekend: Pet Semetary.

Micon Downtown Cinema 315 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: $4

Age: 18+

Ongoing Events For 10/26/2019

karaoke/DJ, galleries, classes, etc

ACT Prep

Every Saturday until Nov. 16, 9am-noon

Kids Make Music

Every Thursday 10:30-11:15am Saturday 9:15-10am until Dec. 19

Events with Tickets