Chippewa Falls 1869: The Musical

Chippewa Falls was incorporated as a city in 1869, just four years after the Civil War ended.


There were daunting challenges to be met: a major flood, a massive log jam, a devastating downtown fire, and a logging war with a rival lumber company. The city founders were resourceful, brave and hard-working, but who knew they sang so well?


The Wayward Players celebrate the 150th anniversary of the incorporation of Chippewa Falls by portraying the community’s colorful founders and their true-to-life struggles and adventures. Treasured traditional American melodies of the Civil War era are sung with new lyrics as a special Sesquicentennial feature.


Karl’s BBQ Express will prepare a wonderful meal including: Smoked Beef Brisket, Flaky Baked Cod, Cowboy Beans, Loaded Mashed Potatoes, and Cornbread with honey butter. Coffee/Tea, Milk and Water are included with the meal.

Cost: Show Tickets: $15 adults, $14 seniors, $8 youth Dinner Show Tickets: $34 adults, $33 seniors, $27 youth

Age: All Ages


Time(s)

Thu. Mar. 28   7:30-9pm

Fri. Mar. 29   7:30-9pm

Sat. Mar. 30   7:30-9pm

Sun. Mar. 31   2-3:30pm

For More Information
 cvca.net
 7157269000
 onlineeventsposting@gmail.com

Location
The Heyde Center for the Arts
3 South High St.
Chippewa Falls, WI 54729