Wednesday, Mar. 29th, 2017

6-8pm Wed. Mar. 29

Condominium Forum

Interested in living in a new downtown condominium? JCAP would like your input their new project, The 101, to be built on the site of the old Huebsch Building. Discuss the condos designs, style, unit sizes, pricing, unit features, amenities, and more.

The Lismore 333 Gibson Street, Eau Claire

Thursday, Mar. 30th, 2017

6am-8pm Thu. Mar. 30

Madison Action Day with JONAH

Join JONAH (Joining Our Neighbors Advancing Hope) as we travel to Madison to meet with our legislators. An opportunity to meet one-on-one to discuss issues important to you. An organized morning program, lunch and then a walk to the capitol building.

Bus Leaves From Immanuel Lutheran Church 3214 Golf Rd, Eau Claire

Cost: $35; includes lunch and bus ride

Age: All ages

Friday, Mar. 31st, 2017

10am-4pm Fri. Mar. 31

Friends of the Library Book Mini-Sale

Choose from a wide variety of cookbooks, vintage cookbooks, novels, and biographies in this book mini-sale. Adult paperbacks start at $1. Adult hardcovers start at $2. For information, stop at Information & Reference on your next visit to the library, call, or e-mail.

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

Saturday, Apr. 1st, 2017

9am-3pm Sat. Apr. 1

33rd Annual Spring Craft Sale Chippewa Falls Senior High School

All items are handmade or homemade by the exhibitor. Concessions onsite. Proceeds benefit Chippewa Falls Wrestling Club. Contact for vendor information.

Chippewa Falls Senior High School 735 Terrill Street, Chippewa Falls

Cost: $1 adults

Age: All Ages

10am-4pm Sat. Apr. 1

Friends of the Library Book Mini-Sale

Choose from a wide variety of cookbooks, vintage cookbooks, novels, and biographies in this book mini-sale. Adult paperbacks start at $1. Adult hardcovers start at $2. For information, stop at Information & Reference on your next visit to the library, call, or e-mail.

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

4pm Sat. Apr. 1

Citywide April Fools Pillow Fight

Volume One will revive its citywide April Fools’ Day Pillow Fight in downtown Eau Claire, Wis. The huge community pillow fight used to be an annual tradition, held each April 1 from 06-12 until the squishy brawl went on indefinite hiatus. It'll be "Five Minutes of Feathery Fury" starting precisely at 4pm. Grab a pillow, bring some friends, wait for the start whistle and start swinging!

The Oxbow Hotel 516 Galloway St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Sunday, Apr. 2nd, 2017

6-8pm Sun. Apr. 2

Sing! Eau Claire

Want to sing with others just for the fun of it? No auditions, no need to read music or memorize lyrics, and no talent needed. Secular, simple and uplifting songs.

Unitarian Universalist Congregation 421 S. Farwell St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Thursday, Apr. 6th, 2017

4:30-6:30pm Thu. Apr. 6

Feed My People's Open House

Feed My People will be kicking off their 35th anniversary celebration at their annual Open House event. You're invited to join board members and staff to see what's new at the food bank, take a tour, honk the horn of a Feed My People semi, and enjoy refreshments and music. All community members are welcome to stop by and learn more.

Feed My People Food Bank 2610 Alpine Rd., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

4:30-7pm Thu. Apr. 6

Spaghetti Dinner Boy Scout Troop Fundraiser

Boy Scout Troop 30 Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction. Scouts work this event to "Earn Their Own Way" to scouting events. Menu: spaghetti, meatballs, salad, green beans, breadstick, beverage, and dessert. Silent Auction includes sporting goods, specialty baskets and gift cards.

St. John's Lutheran Church 1804 Highland Ave., Eau Claire

Cost: Free Will Donation

Age: All Ages

Friday, Apr. 7th, 2017

4:30-7:30pm Fri. Apr. 7

Altoona Lions Spring Fish Boil & Silent Auction

Door County style fish boil. All you can eat. Silent auction. Also serving mac & cheese and either coffee or milk. Pie is $1.50 extra. Donate your used eyeglasses at this event.

St. Mary's Community Center 1812 Lynn Ave., Altoona

Cost: Adults $9.50, Advance & Seniors $9.00, Kids 12 & under $3.00, Kids 5 and under Free

Age: All Ages

6-9pm Fri. Apr. 7

Tangled Up In Hue Grand Re-Opening Celebration

A celebration of big dreams, amazing artists, hard work and new beginnings. Tangled Up in Hue kicks off its big move with their artist of the month, Dominique Thevenin. Live music, snacks, refreshments and many sighs of relief that our new store is finally open for business.

New Tangled Up in Hue Location 505 S. Barstow St. Suite B, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

6:30-8:30pm Fri. Apr. 7

Thought For Food Transcontinental Bicycle Fundraising Tour: Raffle and Presentation

Please attend this community engagement event to fundraise for Save the Children, an international aid organization that feeds starving children in Syria and learn about local community member. Matt Boelter’s bike fundraising tour across the United States. There will be a raffle held with 100 percent of the donations going to starving Syrian children. Everyone is welcome.

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

Saturday, Apr. 8th, 2017

6:30-8:30pm Sat. Apr. 8

Thought For Food Transcontinental Bicycle Fundraising Tour: Film Screening and Presentation

Attend this film screening and presentation concerning Syrian refugees. We will be screening the film Salam Neighbor, a documentary about two filmmakers who fully embed themselves in a Syrian refugee camp, providing an intimate look at the world's most dire humanitarian crisis. Hear Matt Boelter present information regarding his upcoming transcontinental fundraising bicycle tour across the United States. Everyone is welcome.

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

Sunday, Apr. 9th, 2017

8:30am-12:30pm Sun. Apr. 9

Pancake Breakfast & Book Sale

Sacred Heart - St. Patrick Parish in Eau Claire is hosting a Palm Sunday Pancake Breakfast and Book Sale. Breakfast includes pancakes, sausages, eggs, fruit cups or applesauce, coffee, juice & milk. Book Sale includes hundreds of titles for all ages.

Sacred Heart-St Patrick Parish Center 322 Fulton St, Eau Claire

Cost: Adults $5, Children (5-12) $2, Family Max $20

Age: All Ages

9am-2pm Sun. Apr. 9

Craft & Vendor Show

Craft & Vendor Show featuring local crafter, and home based businesses. Will give away 100 Swag bags filled with product samples and random surprise gift to shoppers.

Eagle's Club 2588 Hallie Rd., Chippewa Falls

Cost: FREE admission

Age: All Ages

Tuesday, Apr. 11th, 2017

6pm Tue. Apr. 11

Chippewa Valley Corvettes Meetings

A club for the Corvette enthusiast, owner or not. A non-profit that donates to charities every. Drive, dine, sightsee, attend car shows and parades, and discuss the Corvette brand. Gatherings consist of a dinner at 6pm and a meeting at 7pm.

Monk's Bar & Grill 3560 Oakwood Mall Drive, Eau Claire

Thursday, Apr. 13th, 2017

11:30am-1pm Thu. Apr. 13

Roundtable Discussion Lunch with the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development

Join the Chippewa County Economic Development Corporation at Advanced Laser Machining in Chippewa Falls to meet with and discuss workforce development issues impacting the Chippewa Valley. Secretary Ray Allen, Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development will be presenting.

Advanced Laser Machining 600 Cashman Drive, Chippewa Falls

Cost: $15 to attend - Includes lunch

Age: 18+

Saturday, Apr. 15th, 2017

noon Sat. Apr. 15

Community Easter Egg Hunt

A free community-wide Easter Egg Hunt at Marshall Park (across from the entrance of Irvine Park). Local businesses in the community will also be donating prizes. Bring your baskets and join the hunt! Sponsored by Chippewa Lice Center.

Marshall Park Bridgewater Ave, Chippewa Falls

Cost: FREE

Age: Age 0-12

5-7pm Sat. Apr. 15

Community Easter Dinner at Hope Gospel

The dinner is free to everyone and will feature ham, scalloped potatoes, green beans, apple compote, coleslaw, dinner rolls, and cake for dessert. Families, church groups, couples, and individuals are welcome. Preceded by live music at 4:45pm and a brief program that begins at 5pm.

Hope Gospel Mission 8 S. Farwell St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Sunday, Apr. 16th, 2017

6-8pm Sun. Apr. 16

Sing! Eau Claire

Want to sing with others just for the fun of it? No auditions, no need to read music or memorize lyrics, and no talent needed. Secular, simple and uplifting songs.

Unitarian Universalist Congregation 421 S. Farwell St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Tuesday, Apr. 18th, 2017

11:30am-1pm Tue. Apr. 18

Chippewa County EDC Round Table Discussion Luncheon with the Department of Natural Resources

A lunch, networking and a informative presentation from Secretary Cathy Stepp of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR). After the update the floor will be open for a Q & A. An optional tour of the Xcel Energy Wissota Hydro dam will be made available at 1:30pm for registered attendees

The View on Lake Wissota 17779 County Hwy X, Chippewa Falls

Cost: $10, includes lunch

Age: 18+

6pm Tue. Apr. 18

Gaylord Nelson Earth Green Dinner

Sierra Club honors regional champion of the environment Dave Linderud at our annual Italian dinner. Reservations required by April 3 for program including wine, Italian pasta dinner, and a short presentation by Dave Linderud on the Lower Chippewa State Natural Area.

Fellowship Hall, First Congregational UCC 310 Braodway Street, Eau Claire

Cost: Adult: $25; Student: $15

Age: All Ages

Wednesday, Apr. 19th, 2017

4:30-7pm Wed. Apr. 19

Meatball and Maple Syrup Supper

Real maple syrup served over home-made biscuits, meatballs, corn, mashed potatoes, coleslaw, dessert and beverage.

Jim Falls United Methodist Church 13883 Hwy S South, Jim Falls

Cost: Adult ticket $8; Child's ticket $4

Thursday, Apr. 20th, 2017

4:30-7:30pm Thu. Apr. 20

Knights of Columbus Smelt Feed Dinner

Meal includes deep fried smelt, cole slaw, baked beans and Deacon Dan Rider's bread with refreshments. All attendees are eligible for cash drawing. Will hold several raffles throughout the evening.

Knights of Columbus Goldsmith Council 974 236 Pumphouse Road, Chippewa Falls

Cost: $10

5-8:30pm Thu. Apr. 20

Friends of the Menomonie Library Spring Book Sale

The Menomonie Public Library is bursting at the seams with books and media. Thousands of books for sale, most of which are $1 or less. DVDs of movies and TV series, music, audiobooks, puppets, record albums, and games. All money raised goes to benefit library programs.

Menomonie Public Library 600 Wolske Bay Rd, Menomonie

Cost: Varies

Age: All Ages

6:30-8pm Thu. Apr. 20

Strong Towns: Curbside Chat

A presentation followed by a community-specific discussion about the financial health of our places. This presentation will discuss why cities are short of resources despite growth, why cities struggle to maintain basic infrastructure, and what to do now that city economies have changed dramatically.

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

Friday, Apr. 21st, 2017

9am-6pm Fri. Apr. 21

Dunn County Humane Society Rummage/Bake Sale

Rummage/Bake sale to benefit the animals. Donation drop off date: April 19, 9-7. Baked goods, clothing of all sizes, household, books, games, furniture toys, seasonal, linens.

Menomonie Veterans Center E4710 County Rd. BB, Menomonie

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

10am-5:30pm Fri. Apr. 21

Friends of the Menomonie Library Spring Book Sale

The Menomonie Public Library is bursting at the seams with books and media. Thousands of books for sale, most of which are $1 or less. DVDs of movies and TV series, music, audiobooks, puppets, record albums, and games. All money raised goes to benefit library programs.

Menomonie Public Library 600 Wolske Bay Rd, Menomonie

Cost: Varies

Age: All Ages

5-5:30pm Fri. Apr. 21

Young Professional Week: Kick Off Gathering

Kyran from Downtown Eau Claire, Inc. will talk a little bit about the history of JazzFest and Daneille from Weld Riley and Chair of the Young Professionals of the Chippewa Valley will explain YP Week. The Oxbow will provide koldtbord offerings to attendees and there will be cash bar available for purchasing drinks.

The Oxbow Hotel 516 Galloway St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: Age 21+

Saturday, Apr. 22nd, 2017

9am-noon Sat. Apr. 22

The Amazing Eau Claire Cleanup

The Eau Claire Parks, Recreation, & Forestry Department is organizing the “Amazing Eau Claire Clean-Up”. This event sends volunteers to locations throughout the city including community parks, neighborhood playgrounds, picnic areas, and recreational trails, where they clean the areas and prepare flowerbeds.

City of Eau Claire Parks and Trails, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

9am-3pm Sat. Apr. 22

Dunn County Humane Society Rummage/Bake Sale

Rummage/Bake sale to benefit the animals. Donation drop off date: April 19, 9-7. Baked goods, clothing of all sizes, household, books, games, furniture toys, seasonal, linens.

Menomonie Veterans Center E4710 County Rd. BB, Menomonie

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

9am-noon Sat. Apr. 22

Chippewa Falls Downtown Earth Day Cleanup

Join 150+ volunteers to clean up downtown. Preregister online or at Harmony Courtyard the day of the event. All supplies will be provided for the cleanup. Volunteers will receive a free t-shirt (while supplies last). Central Lutheran Church (28 E. Columbia St.) also provides a free breakfast before the cleanup for volunteers and the community.

Harmony Courtyard 219 N. Bridge St., Chippewa Falls

10am-noon Sat. Apr. 22

March for Science and Climate

This Earth Day, there will be a march from Phillips Science Hall to Phoenix Park, following the Planet Walk along the trail. Hear short speeches along the way to support science and climate action. Carry a sign to show you love science and a livable planet. This is the local, sister march of two national marches.

UW-Eau Claire Phillips Hall 105 Garfield Ave., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

10am-4:30pm Sat. Apr. 22

Friends of the Menomonie Library Spring Book Sale

The Menomonie Public Library is bursting at the seams with books and media. Thousands of books for sale, most of which are $1 or less. DVDs of movies and TV series, music, audiobooks, puppets, record albums, and games. All money raised goes to benefit library programs.

Menomonie Public Library 600 Wolske Bay Rd, Menomonie

Cost: Varies

Age: All Ages

Sunday, Apr. 23rd, 2017

1-3pm Sun. Apr. 23

Friends of the Menomonie Library Spring Book Sale

The Menomonie Public Library is bursting at the seams with books and media. Thousands of books for sale, most of which are $1 or less. DVDs of movies and TV series, music, audiobooks, puppets, record albums, and games. All money raised goes to benefit library programs.

Menomonie Public Library 600 Wolske Bay Rd, Menomonie

Cost: Varies

Age: All Ages

Monday, Apr. 24th, 2017
Tuesday, Apr. 25th, 2017

5:30-7:30pm Tue. Apr. 25

Young Professionals Week: Museum After Hours

Grab a friend and get ready to explore the Children’s Museum of Eau Claire during this adults-only outing to celebrate Young Professionals Week. Play like a kid again, make project in the Art Café, crawl through BodySmarts, splash around in WaterWorks or hit the Science Bar for an experiment in the Failsafe Fab Lab.

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

Cost: FREE

Age: Ages 21-40

Wednesday, Apr. 26th, 2017

5-7:30pm Wed. Apr. 26

Young Professionals Week: CV After Hours Rotary Meal Packaging

Join the Young Professionals week in packing 10,000 meals to be distributed locally through Feed My People Food Bank. Volunteers can arrive 5-7:30pm. This is a great opportunity to learn hands-on what this program consists of while making a difference in the Chippewa Valley.

The Community Table 320 Putnam St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: Ages 21-40

Thursday, Apr. 27th, 2017

11:30am-1pm Thu. Apr. 27

Chippewa County EDC Round Table Discussion Luncheon with the WI DOT

A lunch, networking and a presentation from Secretary David Ross of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (DOT). During this round table event, Ross will provide an update on the latest activities from the Wisconsin DOT.

Mid-State Truck Service Inc. 1189 118th St., Chippewa Falls

Cost: $10 to attend, includes lunch

Age: 18+

4-5pm Thu. Apr. 27

Young Professionals Week: Leinie Lodge Tour

Join us at Leinie Lodge for an exclusive tour of the facility, this event is sponsored by Leinenkugels. Dick Leinenkugel will lead the tour at 4pm. His tour is limited to the first 15 people, but they will have someone else available if more want to go on the tour.

Leinenkugel's 124 E. Elm St., Chippewa Falls

Cost: FREE

Age: Ages 21-40

Friday, Apr. 28th, 2017

4:30-7pm Fri. Apr. 28

Young Professionals Week: Kubb and Happy Hour

Eau Claire is home to the largest kubb tournament in the United States. Young Professionals Week wraps up with a cocktail at The Complexx and learn to play Kubb. Kubb lessons will be provided by the U.S. National Kubb Championship and the Eau Claire Kubb League.

The Complexx (at Wagner's Lanes) 2159 Brackett Ave., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: Ages 21-40

Sunday, Apr. 30th, 2017
Sunday, May. 7th, 2017

6-8pm Sun. May. 7

Sing! Eau Claire

Want to sing with others just for the fun of it? No auditions, no need to read music or memorize lyrics, and no talent needed. Secular, simple and uplifting songs.

Unitarian Universalist Congregation 421 S. Farwell St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Tuesday, May. 9th, 2017

6pm Tue. May. 9

Chippewa Valley Corvettes Meetings

A club for the Corvette enthusiast, owner or not. A non-profit that donates to charities every. Drive, dine, sightsee, attend car shows and parades, and discuss the Corvette brand. Gatherings consist of a dinner at 6pm and a meeting at 7pm.

Monk's Bar & Grill 3560 Oakwood Mall Drive, Eau Claire

Thursday, May. 11th, 2017

10am-2pm Thu. May. 11

21st Annual Chippewa Valley Job Fair

Open to the general public noon-2pm. Open earlier to pre-screened attendees only. See the provided website for a list of participating employers.

Eau Claire Indoor Sports Center 3456 Craig Road, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: Adults only

3-6pm Thu. May. 11

14th Annual "The Past Passed Here" Living History Event

Experience the 1700s and 1800s through living history in authentic fur trade camps, and a mobile lumbering museum. Hands-on activities and games. Blacksmith, porcupine quill artist, beading and weaving artists, and more. Shop trader's row for old-fashioned toys, furs, leather goods, and clothing. Rustic food, root beer floats, popcorn, and rock candy.

Allen Park S. Bridge St., Chippewa Falls

Cost: $3 or $10 Family; FREE for 5 or younger

Age: All Ages

Friday, May. 12th, 2017

3-6pm Fri. May. 12

14th Annual "The Past Passed Here" Living History Event

Experience the 1700s and 1800s through living history in authentic fur trade camps, and a mobile lumbering museum. Hands-on activities and games. Blacksmith, porcupine quill artist, beading and weaving artists, and more. Shop trader's row for old-fashioned toys, furs, leather goods, and clothing. Rustic food, root beer floats, popcorn, and rock candy.

Allen Park S. Bridge St., Chippewa Falls

Cost: $3 or $10 Family; FREE for 5 or younger

Age: All Ages

Saturday, May. 13th, 2017

9am-6pm Sat. May. 13

14th Annual "The Past Passed Here" Living History Event

Experience the 1700s and 1800s through living history in authentic fur trade camps, and a mobile lumbering museum. Hands-on activities and games. Blacksmith, porcupine quill artist, beading and weaving artists, and more. Shop trader's row for old-fashioned toys, furs, leather goods, and clothing. Rustic food, root beer floats, popcorn, and rock candy.

Allen Park S. Bridge St., Chippewa Falls

Cost: $3 or $10 Family; FREE for 5 or younger

Age: All Ages

Sunday, May. 14th, 2017

9am-4pm Sun. May. 14

14th Annual "The Past Passed Here" Living History Event

Experience the 1700s and 1800s through living history in authentic fur trade camps, and a mobile lumbering museum. Hands-on activities and games. Blacksmith, porcupine quill artist, beading and weaving artists, and more. Shop trader's row for old-fashioned toys, furs, leather goods, and clothing. Rustic food, root beer floats, popcorn, and rock candy.

Allen Park S. Bridge St., Chippewa Falls

Cost: $3 or $10 Family; FREE for 5 or younger

Age: All Ages

The Volume One Calendar is sponsored by Mayo Clinic Health System of Eau Claire