Thursday, Sep. 20th, 2018

6pm Thu. Sep. 20

Restaurant Week: 2nd Annual First Taste Culinary Crawl

Taste a full meal's worth (and then some) of both savory and sweet samples from select local restaurants. Features an indoor/outdoor cash bar with signature cocktails, beer sampling, gorgeous outdoor plaza, huge outdoor fireplace, local live jazz, and more. Check out the list of restaurants and breweries in attendance online.

River Prairie Center 1445 Front Porch Place, Altoona

Cost: $35 advance; $40 at the door

Age: 21+

Tuesday, Sep. 25th, 2018

7:30pm Tue. Sep. 25

The Shaun Johnson Big Band Experience

A rare newcomer to traditional pop, the Shaun Johnson Big Band Experience fuses a big band spirit with an inventive edge. Shaun, an Emmy award-winning crooner indelibly stamps vocal jazz and swing with a contemporary punch.

Pablo Center at the Confluence 120 Graham Avenue, Eau Claire

Cost: $15 students; $25 adults

Age: All ages

Thursday, Sep. 27th, 2018

6:30pm Thu. Sep. 27

David Gonzalez Performs A Good Boat

David Gonzalez is a storyteller, musician, poet, actor, and a one-of-a-kind artist. He will perform A Good Boat, a suite of music inspired by the 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva. The event is hosted by the Hay River KTC Buddhist Meditation Center.

Ridgeland Area Community Center 200 Diamond Street, Ridgeland

Cost: By donation

Age: All Ages

Friday, Sep. 28th, 2018

7:30pm Fri. Sep. 28

Cloud Cult

The common thread through what Cloud Cult does as a creative collective is their uplifting message; a continual celebration of life and love and catharsis through music. Beginning as Craig Minowa’s solo studio project, over the course of ten studio albums the band has grown with an evolving lineup of musicians.

Pablo Center at the Confluence 120 Graham Avenue, Eau Claire

Cost: $20-30

Saturday, Sep. 29th, 2018

11am-5pm Sat. Sep. 29

30th Annual International Fall Festival

Now in its 30th year, the Annual International Fall Festival renews the emphasis on Eau Claire’s international culture, language, food, and music. This year’s festival promises to be the biggest and best yet.

Downtown Eau Claire Barstow Street, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Tuesday, Oct. 2nd, 2018

6-8pm Tue. Oct. 2

Restaurant Week: Leinenkugel's 5-Course Beer Dinner

A private beer dinner with Dick and John Leinenkugel. A delicious five-course meal paired to perfection with a variety of classic Leinenkugel’s beers. Dick and John will spend the evening educating and delighting you with in depth knowledge of the 150-year history of the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company and beer pairing.

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

Cost: $55 (Registration required)

Age: 21+

Wednesday, Oct. 3rd, 2018

7:30pm Wed. Oct. 3

Whose Live Anyway?

90 minutes of hilarious improvised comedy and song all based on audience suggestions. Cast members Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, Jeff B. Davis, and Joel Murray will leave you gasping with the very witty scenes they invent before your eyes.

Pablo Center at the Confluence 120 Graham Avenue, Eau Claire

Cost: $45

Friday, Oct. 5th, 2018

Fri. Oct. 5

UWEC Homecoming Celebration

From the parade to the Blugold Fever Fest, and football game in Carson Park, you won't want to miss UW-Eau Claire's annual Homecoming celebration. It's the largest alumni gathering of the year and celebrating UW-Eau Claire.

Locations include the Carson Park Football Stadium, and the UWEC Davies Center, UWEC

9am-5pm Fri. Oct. 5

Foundry Sale

A must for treasure hunters of all kinds. Presents an eclectic mix of furniture, industrial, antique, junk salvage, shabby chic, handcrafted goods, collectibles, art, and classy junk of all sorts. 15 assorted dealers will display unique treasures that have been salvaged from junk.

The Foundry 1239 Bellevue Ave., Eau Claire

Saturday, Oct. 6th, 2018

Sat. Oct. 6

UWEC Homecoming Celebration

From the parade to the Blugold Fever Fest, and football game in Carson Park, you won't want to miss UW-Eau Claire's annual Homecoming celebration. It's the largest alumni gathering of the year and celebrating UW-Eau Claire.

Locations include the Carson Park Football Stadium, and the UWEC Davies Center, UWEC

9am-5pm Sat. Oct. 6

Foundry Sale

A must for treasure hunters of all kinds. Presents an eclectic mix of furniture, industrial, antique, junk salvage, shabby chic, handcrafted goods, collectibles, art, and classy junk of all sorts. 15 assorted dealers will display unique treasures that have been salvaged from junk.

The Foundry 1239 Bellevue Ave., Eau Claire

10am-4pm Sat. Oct. 6

ManyFires Art Fair

An open-air art market on the Manyfires Farm. Featuring pottery, live music, stained glass, dance performances, paintings, fiber arts, prints, jewelry, live art demonstrations, and food.

Manyfires Studio & Farm 14008 Olson Dr., Fall Creek

Cost: FREE to attend

Sunday, Oct. 7th, 2018

10am-3pm Sun. Oct. 7

Foundry Sale

A must for treasure hunters of all kinds. Presents an eclectic mix of furniture, industrial, antique, junk salvage, shabby chic, handcrafted goods, collectibles, art, and classy junk of all sorts. 15 assorted dealers will display unique treasures that have been salvaged from junk.

The Foundry 1239 Bellevue Ave., Eau Claire

Thursday, Oct. 18th, 2018

7:30pm Thu. Oct. 18

Phantom Tollbooth

Enchantment Theatre Company is thrilled to bring this captivating story to the stage. Using puppets, masks, magic, inventive scenic effects and original music, the wonder and adventure of the story comes alive. Journey along with Milo to the Lands Beyond and discover that with humor, good friends and a little bit of courage, anything is possible.

Pablo Center at the Confluence 120 Graham Avenue, Eau Claire

Cost: $10-35

Age: All Ages

7:30pm Thu. Oct. 18

Ganavya Doraiswamy

Ganavya Doraiswamy, a vocalist, dancer, and instrumentalist who trained in South India, translates jazz standards to her native language of Tamil and recontextualizes Indian Songs.

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

Cost: Starting at $25

Age: All Ages

Tuesday, Nov. 6th, 2018

Tue. Nov. 6

Eau Claire County Local Elections

For general information about voting, current office holders, election history, polling hours, local polling place, and more, you can check out myvote.wi.gov. Spring Primary is Feb. 20, Spring Election is Apr. 3, Partisan Primary is Aug. 14, Fall & Gubernatorial election is Nov. 6.

Your Local Polling Place, Eau Claire

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