Sun. May. 24 7am-4pm
Starting at Irvine Park, Chippewa Falls. Century Ride (35, 50, 75, or 100 miles). Rest stops with food and water, sag wagons, and brat feed. The entry fee includes brats and all the 'fixins', soda and Leinenkugel's beer. Registration: 7am-10am. Find registration forms online.
Irvine Park - Main Pavilion | Chippewa Falls
Cost: $30, $35 after 5/15/2015, family rates available
5/27, 6/3, 6/17, 6/24
All levels are welcome. To register, email email@example.com or call Family Tree Nutritional Health and Wellness at (715) 514-4699.
The Center 3701 Hwy 12 (E. Clairemont Ave.), Eau Claire
Cost: $40/4 weeks, $12 drop-ins
Wed. May. 27 5:15-6:15pm
YIN-yasa offers the best of both worlds, Vinyasa Flow and Yin! The first half of class focuses on strength and movement (Vinyasa Flow or Yang) and the second half focuses on deep stretches of the connective tissues (Yin). The yin poses are…
The Center 3701 E Clairemont Ave, Eau Claire
Sat. May. 30 10am-1pm
Enjoy a morning full of mental and physical, woman-specific self defense techniques followed by wine, snacks, a trade show, and sponsor prizes.
AKF Martial Arts Academy of Eau Claire 1606 S. Hastings Way, Suite B, Eau Claire
Sun. May. 31 9am
The Otter Creek Christian Academy is again hosting a 5K walk/run with all the proceeds being donated towards the development of Centennial Park!! The 5K walk/run will start at the shores of Lake Altoona and follow the bike path to Otter
Creek Christian Academy. Register online at www.ocfamilyfunrun.com.
Otter Creek School/Seven Day Adventist Church 919 10th St. West, Altoona
Cost: $20 (T-shirt Included) Age 6 and under FREE
Sun. May. 31 10am-4pm
Life does not always go our way and this often brings up resentment, impatience, and discontentment. Lama Yeshe will teach how being present in the moment, not needing to have things go our own way, can help us be more content with less…
Hay River KTC Meditation Center N14085 County VV (not W), Ridgeland
Age: all ages
Mon. Jun. 1 7-8:15pm
This group is for those who are cultivating a mindfulness practice and would like to meditate and learn with others to support their practice. Ann Brand will lead a guided meditation, give a short talk on an aspect of mindfulness practice, and then open it up to questions.
The Center-EC 3701 Highway 12 East, Eau Claire
Cost: Freewill donation
Tue. Jun. 2 8:30am-4pm
Choose from 45 inspiring breakout sessions on local history, cultural diversity, wellness and creativity. Attend health screenings and have a photo taken in The Joy Booth. Enjoy lunch with your friends and peruse dozens of exhibit booths where you can pick up valuable information and register for fabulous door prizes.
UW-Eau Claire Davies Center University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Eau Claire
Tue. Jun. 2 6:30-8pm
Team up with Maximized Living and learn how to keep your hormones in check. We want to teach you how to take control of your future. Small everyday changes can help balance your hormones and lead to a healthier and more fulfilling life. Make sure your future is as pain, stress, and worry-free as possible.
Hallie Chiropractic 1650 Hallie Road, Chippewa Falls
Age: Young adults and up
Thu. Jun. 4 9:30-11:30am
Led by BCR naturalist, Jim Schweibert, this 60-minute hike on Reserve trails will document the changes taking place in the woods at the Reserve. The hike will be capped off with coffee and a treat, and further discussion about the changes and things we’ve seen on the hike.
Wise Nature Center, Beaver Creek Reserve S1 Cty Rd. K, Fall Creek
Cost: Friends $3 (per hike), Nonmembers $5 (per hike)
Age: ages 55+
Thu. Jun. 4 6:30-7:30pm
Tips and recipes for spring and everyday cleaning. Come and learn some natural ways to clean your home. This is a free class and everyone goes home with free sample, magazine and handouts that include several recipes. Bring a friend and get an extra ticket for the door prize. Seats are limited so please register.
The Center 3701 Hwy 12 (E Clairemont Avenue), Eau Claire
Cost: Donations are appreciated
Sat. Jun. 6 9am
Clear Water for Clean Water is A Walk, Run, or Bike Event for the whole family to help provide ceramic water filter for the Makua people of Mozambique Africa. Prayerfully this will lead to creating jobs and giving them a sustainable way to continue to provide these filters. Events Include a 1.5 mile walk, 2 mile walk/run, 4.5 mile run, and 12 mile bicycle ride. 8am on-site registration and check-in begins.
Pine Pavilion, Carson Park Carson Park Dr., Eau Claire
Cost: $10, children ages 5 and under FREE, additional donations welcome
Sun. Jun. 7 8am
Beginners and veteran triathletes alike have used our Sprint Triathlon as a great way to get their summers started with a bang. Compete individually or as part of a team. The race course includes a swim in Halfmoon Lake, a bike ride through the rolling hills of western Wisconsin countryside, and a run through historic Carson Park.
Half Moon Beach Randall St, Eau Claire
Cost: Individuals: $57-$87 depending on date of registration; Teams of 2-3: $95-$125 depending on date of registration
Sun. Jun. 7 6-8pm
Threshold Singers sing at bedsides of those struggling with issues of life and death. See Thresholdchoir.org for more information. Women singers with treble voices are invited to come rehearse with us. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the Eau Claire group.
First Baptist Church 416 Niagara St., Eau Claire
Age: ages 18+
Every Monday from Jun. 8 to Jun. 29, noon-12:50pm;
Zumba is the world's most popular Latin inspired dance workout with a variety of Latino rhythms, to an aerobic workout, which is a combination of a dance & exercise class. Learn basic steps & origins of Merengue, Salsa, Bachata, Cumbia, Regaetton and Flamenco. Wear comfortable workout clothes & shoes.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center 1616 Bellinger St., Eau Claire
Cost: $30, $20 members
Every Monday, Wednesday from Jun. 8 to Jul. 1, 5:30-6:30pm;
Come participate in the increasingly popular workout that can be enjoyed by all ages, fitness and skill levels. Participants please bring your own racquet if you have one; there will be some available on site for anyone to use. To register,…
Altoona Tennis Courts 9th St. & Bartlett Ave., Altoona
Every Tuesday from Jun. 9 to Aug. 4;
Register as a team before Wednesday, April 15. For more information check out www.eauclairewi.gov/athletics, email email@example.com, or call the Parks & Recreation Office at (715) 839-5032.
Carson Park Carson Park Dr., Eau Claire
Fri. Jun. 12 9am-4pm
Recognizing and treating the unique symptoms of geriatric mental disorders requires specialized knowledge. By participating in this program you will better understand and be able to collaboratively work with providers to treat the complexities of geriatric mental disorders.
HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital, Community Auditorium 900 W. Clairemont Avenue, Eau Claire
Sat. Jun. 13 8-11am
Whether this is your first or fiftieth 5K, you’re going to have a blast at our third annual Thin Mint Sprint. Everyone is welcome to run or walk the Thin Mint Sprint. Sprinters who pre-register by May 29 get an amazing performance t-shirt along with a swag bag packed with awesome items. Our 5K is chip-timed and kids love the 1K Shortbread Shuffle.
Pine Pavilion, Carson Park Carson Park Dr., Eau Claire
Age: All ages
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from Jun. 15 to Jun. 26, 9:30-10:30am;
Limited space. Kids Summer Intro Program at One Tree Martial Arts. We will cover the character trait Obedience & learn beginner skills w/ drills, obstacle courses, etc... Parent participants welcome to register w/ your child for a discount. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a msg at 715-514-0656.
One Tree Martial Arts 1417 S. Hastings Way, Ste. B, Eau Claire
Age: ages 4-10