Friday, Oct. 19th, 2018

4-5:15pm Fri. Oct. 19

Chippewa Valley Book Festival "Words without Borders": A Celebration of Poetry in Translation

Jesse Lee Kercheval and Karen Kovacik, along with a chorus of Eau Claire area poets and lovers of poetry, will read from their recent anthologies and translations of Polish and Uruguayan poets in a celebration of world poetry and a conversation between continents and countries.

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

Cost: FREE

5-7:30pm Fri. Oct. 19

Live Music: Steven John Rindt

Live music, local art, food, wine, coffee, and dessert.

Vino Cappuccino N5734 Hwy 12, Elk Mound

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

5-9pm Fri. Oct. 19

Together Farms Beer Dinner

Eau Claire’s Chef Amy from the Locavore will be creating four seasonal dishes that will each pair perfectly with four of Modicum’s brews. Eric, Modicum's brewer and owner will be there to discuss the brews.

Together Farms W93 Norden Rd, Mondovi

Cost: $45

Age: All Ages 21+

5:30-8pm Fri. Oct. 19

IIT's "How You Play the Game" Date Night

A fun, game changing event that will help you have a championship marriage. Tailgate party with food and games starts at 5:30 pm. Presentation begins at 6:30 pm.

Jacob's Well Church 3211 N. 50th Avenue, Chippewa Falls

Cost: $25/Couple

Age: 18+

5:30pm Fri. Oct. 19

Chippewa Valley Book Festival - Tessa Fontaine: Recklessness, Obsession, and Wild Abandon

Tessa Fontaine, author of The Electric Woman, a memoir about performing in America's last traveling sideshow, will talk about writing nonfiction. A social hour and cash bar will be held at 5:30pm, and a ticketed dinner at 6:15. Presentation starts at 8pm, and is open to the public.

The Lismore 333 Gibson Street, Eau Claire

Cost: Dinner is ticketed, presentation is free and open to the public

5:30-8:30pm Fri. Oct. 19

Live Music: MoeDell

MoeDell plays Americana alt-country with creative lyrics and a unique voice. Melodies and rolling rhythms tell tales from light to dark, and from silly to endearing.

Northwoods Brewpub & Grill 50819 West St., Osseo

Cost: FREE

Age: All ages with parent

6-9pm Fri. Oct. 19

The Night Market

The Local Store's Night Market is an indoor/outdoor market that features 4-6 local makers' products in the Volume One gallery. Also features a fire pit, local food trucks, acoustic performer, hot cider, snack samples, and a 15% off sale on all regular merchandise.

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

Cost: FREE to attend

6-9pm Fri. Oct. 19

The Twisted Trail of Terror

The Playhouse presents three weekends of serious Halloween haunting this October with the Trail of Terror. Children who scare easily should come before 7pm – after that, the lights go down and the scare-o-meter goes up!

The Playhouse s7650 State Hwy 37, Eau Claire

Cost: $5

Age: All Ages

6-8pm Fri. Oct. 19

Kyle Jorris

Known for his crazy talents like comedy, juggling, storytelling, puppetry, unicycling, and more, Kyle Jorris presents the Gospel in one of the most entertaining and truly unique way you have ever seen.

Metropolis Resort 5150 Fairview Drive, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE; RSVP requested

Age: All Ages

7-11pm Fri. Oct. 19

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

7-11pm Fri. Oct. 19

Live Music: 40 Fingers

Four voices, 5 instruments, 175 or so combined years of rock and roll experience. Don't forget your dancing shoes.

The Moose Lodge No 1408 3606 Curvue Road, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: 21+

7pm Fri. Oct. 19

2nd Annual Eau Claire World Film Festival

A two day film festival that includes two feature length films and a score of short films. Full festival schedule and lineup listed online. Feature film presentations on Friday at 7pm and 9:30pm. Short film presentation from 1-5pm on Saturday, with features at 11am, 5pm, 6:30pm, and 8pm.

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

Cost: $20 all festival pass, $12 for shorts, $8 for features

7-10pm Fri. Oct. 19

Last Call Chorale

From a band thrown together for a party; which included neighbors and friends with roots from the Chippewa Valley, Last Call Chorale knew the mission would be to play together much, much more. Lead by vocal powerhouse Susan Thiede, LCC plays the best of the blues, soul, and folk.

Acoustic Cafe 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7pm Fri. Oct. 19

UWEC Film Series: Legally Blonde

Elle Woods, a fashionable sorority queen is dumped by her boyfriend. She decides to follow him to law school, while she is there she figures out that there is more to her than just looks.

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

Cost: $5 for single screening; $10 for yearly membership; $20 for family

Age: PG-13

7-10pm Fri. Oct. 19

Spooky Hollow Haunted Barn

This is a family run haunted barn. Featuring a new layout every year. They continue to make up new rooms and new scare tactics.

Spooky Hollow Haunted Barn W141 Segerstrom Road, Mondovi

Cost: $8

7-10pm Fri. Oct. 19

Tunes at the Tasting Lounge

Every Friday you can enjoy locally produced wines and spirits while listening to an array of local musicians. Check out Infinity Beverages' Facebook page or website before swinging down for updates and musician details.

Infinity Beverages Winery & Distillery 3460 Mall Drive, Eau Claire

Age: 21+

7-10pm Fri. Oct. 19

Live Music: Cathy Reitz

Featuring Cathy Reitz on vocals. Be prepared for a Soothing, Jazz feel. Cathy is a successful, active, and established musician from the Eau Claire area. She sings favorites of the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s, along with classics from the decades before and after.

Ivory Piano Bar 2526 Golf Road, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: 21+

7:30pm Fri. Oct. 19

UWEC Theater Presents: The Laramie Project

About the local reaction to the 1998 murder of a gay University of Wyoming student, Matthew Shepard, in Laramie, Wyoming. The murder exposed Wyoming's lack of hate crime laws.

Riverside Theatre - Haas Fine Arts Center, UW-Eau Claire 121 Water Street, Eau Claire

Cost: Ticket Price TBA

7:30pm Fri. Oct. 19

Wayne Bergeron

The Chippewa Valley Jazz Orchestra welcomes trumpet musician Wayne Bergeron to the Jamf stage. Bergeron is in high demand on the West Coast, having performed on hundreds of movie scores and led Goodwin's Big Phat Band.

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

Cost: $5 students, $17 adults

Age: All Ages

7:30pm Fri. Oct. 19

Annie Mack Band - Blues/Gospel Music

What do you get when you combine blues, roots, gospel, country and soul? A powerful and eclectic mix that makes up the rich layering that is the essence of Annie Mack. With a powerful voice, strong presence and captivating storytelling ability Annie Mack is a force to be reckoned with.

The Heyde Center for the Arts 3 South High St., Chippewa Falls

Cost: Adults $13, Seniors $12, Youth $6

8pm Fri. Oct. 19

Late Night Jazz: American Reverie Trio

Guitarist and composer Zacc Harris is best known for his work with Atlantis Quartet, winners of the 2015 McKnight Fellowship for Performing Musicians and City Pages Best Jazz Artist of 2011. He has toured throughout the US and UK, and released or performed on more than two dozen records.

The Oxbow Hotel 516 Galloway St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

8pm Fri. Oct. 19

Live Music: Drew Davis

Live music from Drew Davis.

Stones Throw 304 Eau Claire St., Eau Claire

Age: 21+

9pm Fri. Oct. 19

Open Mic at The Sandbar

All acts welcome. Sign up starts at 8:30pm.

SandBar & Grill 17643 50th Avenue, Chippewa Falls

Cost: FREE

Age: 21+

9pm Fri. Oct. 19

Live at O'Leary's: Rockin' Ivy

Join Rockin Ivy at O'Leary's. This rock-n-roll band features two female lead vocalists covering artists such at Heart, Pink and many more.

O'Leary's Pub 809 W. Clairemont Ave, Eau Claire

9:30pm Fri. Oct. 19

2nd Annual Eau Claire World Film Festival

A two day film festival that includes two feature length films and a score of short films. Full festival schedule and lineup listed online. Feature film presentations on Friday at 7pm and 9:30pm. Short film presentation from 1-5pm on Saturday, with features at 11am, 5pm, 6:30pm, and 8pm.

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

Cost: $20 all festival pass, $12 for shorts, $8 for features

Saturday, Oct. 20th, 2018

Sat. Oct. 20

Fright Month

October is Fright Month at Micon Cinemas Downtown Budget Theater! Every Friday and Saturday at 11pm during October the cinema will show scary movies at budget prices.

Micon Cinemas Downtown Budget Theater 315 South Barstow Street, Eau Claire

Cost: $4

7:30am-1pm Sat. Oct. 20

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

8am-1pm Sat. Oct. 20

Menomonie Farmers Market

Features local produce, meats, breads, berries, herbs, desserts and baked goods, spices, handcrafted items, arts & crafts. Kids activities, hot lunches, and music performances.

Menomonie Market Food Co-op 814 Main St. East, Menomonie

Age: All Ages

9am-2pm Sat. Oct. 20

Lake Street United Methodist Church Fall Bazaar

Handcrafted items: woodworking, home decor, crafts, candy, pantry, knit/crochet/sewing, bakery, cards, Christmas, vintage treasures. Proceeds to missions. Accessible to all abilities. Saturday: Coffee & rolls 9 -10:3am, Lunch: 11am-1pm. Sunday: Pancake Breakfast 8-11:30am.

Lake Street United Methodist Church Corner of Lake Street & Fourth Avenue, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

9am-5pm Sat. Oct. 20

3rd Annual Chippewa Falls Antique Show & Sale

The Northern Wisconsin Antique Dealers Association will feature 35 quality dealers and invited guests from neighboring states.

Northern Wisconsin State Fairgrounds - Exhibition Hall C 225 Edwards STreet, Chippewa Falls

Cost: $5 (good both days), Food Available, Free Parking

9-11am Sat. Oct. 20

Kyle Jorris

Known for his crazy talents like comedy, juggling, storytelling, puppetry, unicycling, and more, Kyle Jorris presents the Gospel in one of the most entertaining and truly unique way you have ever seen.

Metropolis Resort 5150 Fairview Drive, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE; RSVP requested

Age: All Ages

10am-4pm Sat. Oct. 20

Hello Purl Pop Up

Hello Purl is two women from Green Bay offering hand dyed and hand spun fiber. Find yarn, batting and fibers for knitting, crocheting, needle felting, spinning and all other fiber arts!

Blue Boxer Arts 416 S Barstow Street, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

10am-6pm Sat. Oct. 20

Token Jewelry Anniversary Sale

Token Jewelry is turning 13 and is celebrating its first anniversary in their studio/showroom at Artisan Forge. A day of fun and festivities that includes chair massages, tarot card readings, cupcakes, and champagne. The entire showroom will…

Artisan Forge Studios 1106 Mondovi Road, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

10am-6pm Sat. Oct. 20

Valley Pasture Farm - Fall Pumpkin Festival

Celebrate fall with pumpkin picking, a hay maze, corn maze, lawn games, and mini-golf course. Food stands with produce available.

Valley Pasture Farm E7631 N County Road E, Elk Mound

Cost: $8.50/person, Age 2 and under FREE

Age: All Ages

10am-4pm Sat. Oct. 20

Pick of The Patch

Outlaw Farms opens up to the public to enjoy the animals and purchase fall items. Items available for purchase are fall mums, pumpkins, squash, gourds, straw, and much more.

Outlaw Farms E16755 Scenic Drive, Fall Creek

Cost: FREE

10am-4pm Sat. Oct. 20

Soul Saturday

A marketplace for all things Metaphysical and Holistic. Featuring a variety of vendors, who will be sharing their goods and services.

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

Cost: FREE

10am-1pm Sat. Oct. 20

Weekend Brunch with Musical Guest Shane Leonard

A farm-focused weekend brunch served 7am-1pm, with lively instrumental tunes from Shane Leonard 10am-1pm. The locally sourced menu boasts an array of midwestern and other brunch classics with a variety of classic and original morning cocktails.

The Lakely 516 Galloway Street, Eau Claire

Cost: Consult menu for food prices

Age: All Ages

10am-noon Sat. Oct. 20

Survival Bags 101

This discussion style class will teach you how to assemble a survival kit that is useful in any situation. Whether it is for a camping trip or for the trunk of your car, it’s best to be prepared. A complete winter survival bag will be given away to one lucky person taking the class. Instructor: Jan Szalai.

Menomonie Market Food Co-op 814 Main St. East, Menomonie

Cost: $5

Age: All Ages

10am-3pm Sat. Oct. 20

Eagle Point Volunteer Fire Department Open House

The Eagle Point Fire Department holds a thank you event for support of their fire department. Serving hot turkey sandwiches with a baked potato bar. Soda and water available. Enter to win fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, and carbon monoxide detectors.

Eagle Point Volunteer Fire Department 14802 State Hwy 124, Chippewa Falls

Cost: FREE

10am-4:30pm Sat. Oct. 20

Friends of the Menomonie Public Library Fall Book Sale

Find thousands of books for sale in more than 40 categories. In addition, there will be a variety of music, movies, audiobooks, and more. Members only presale on Thursday before the sale.

Menomonie Public Library 600 Wolske Bay Rd, Menomonie

Cost: Items are individually priced

Age: All Ages

10:45-11:45am Sat. Oct. 20

Leah Weiss 
- Authentic Appalachian Voices in Fiction

Leah Weiss explains her process of tapping into the cadence and rhythm of the remote mountain voices of North Carolina. Her debut novel, If the Creek Don’t Rise, released in August of 2017, was selected as an Indie Next, Southern Indie Booksellers' Choice Book for 2017 and Library Reads.

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

Cost: FREE

11am Sat. Oct. 20

2nd Annual Eau Claire World Film Festival

A two day film festival that includes two feature length films and a score of short films. Full festival schedule and lineup listed online. Feature film presentations on Friday at 7pm and 9:30pm. Short film presentation from 1-5pm on Saturday, with features at 11am, 5pm, 6:30pm, and 8pm.

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

Cost: $20 all festival pass, $12 for shorts, $8 for features

11am-4:30pm Sat. Oct. 20

Mulled Wine Event

Mulled wine is the grapevine's version of the classic hot toddy. Made with red wine, apple cider and mulling spices, it'll take the chill off of an autumn day.

River Bend Vineyard & Winery 10439 33rd Avenue, Chippewa Falls

Age: 21+

noon-5pm Sat. Oct. 20

Fall Fest

Vintage Baseball game starts at 1. Beer available from Valkyrie, Bloomer and Sand Creek Breweries. Concessions, Fall treats & coffee. Chili Cook-off. Kids, bring your carved/decorated pumpkin for a judging contest. Bluegrass Jam to follow at 6:30 pm.

The Old School/C.H. Johnson Library E9311 County I, Sand Creek

Cost: FREE Admission

Age: All Ages

1pm Sat. Oct. 20

2nd Annual Eau Claire World Film Festival

A two day film festival that includes two feature length films and a score of short films. Full festival schedule and lineup listed online. Feature film presentations on Friday at 7pm and 9:30pm. Short film presentation from 1-5pm on Saturday, with features at 11am, 5pm, 6:30pm, and 8pm.

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

Cost: $20 all festival pass, $12 for shorts, $8 for features

1-3pm Sat. Oct. 20

Kundalini Yoga Detox Workshop

Participants will move through a Kriya (breathing technique) designed to detoxify the body. This Kriya is believed to cleanse the kidneys, liver, spleen, and abdominal organs, and diffuse inner anger in a powerful meditative state.

The Yoga Room 2839 Mall Dr., Eau Claire

Cost: $25 for members; $30 non-members

Age: 18+

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