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.

7-9pm Fri. Nov. 2

Ink & Paper: Public Opening Reception

Focused on selling giftworthy, affordable, mostly unframed works, the sale features more than 500 pieces of 2D work on paper from nearly 100 artists. There will be light snacks, beverages, and music. Buy two or more prints, get 20% OFF your entire purchase.

9am-9pm Sat. Nov. 10

Student Appreciation Day

Visit our hip & historic downtown store and gallery for great holiday gifts for friends, parents, siblings, roommates, or yourself! ALL DAY FOR STUDENTS ONLY:20% OFF EVERYTHING: Save big on hundreds of gift ideas, with student IDFREE…

5-6pm Mon. Nov. 12

Local Lit: Off the Page

Readings from various local authors. Local Author, former Eau Claire poet laureate, and Professor Emeritus, Bruce Taylor, has goals to entertain and to expose an audience to a wide variety and diversity of writers from the Chippewa Valley (sometimes beyond): poets, spoken word artists, essayists, fiction writers.

7pm Fri. Nov. 16

Krismas Kookies: A Second Heaping Helping

Light hearted songs of the season in four part harmony. Warren Hermodson, a local song writer, has written many songs about holiday themes. They are light hearted, sometimes sentimental but always entertaining.

7pm Fri. Nov. 23

Jingle Jams: Hannah Hebl

Hannah Hebl is a singer/songerwiter from Eau Claire. Join her in the Volume One gallery as part of our annual Jingle Jams series.

7pm Thu. Nov. 29

A Readers Theatre Production & Uniroyal Film: What Happened to Brian

A follow up to Miller's novel "America's Heartbeat, " in which a main character in the novel was a 52-year-old Uniroyal worker named Brian Chandler. The worst thing you can say about someone who's gone is nothing. See what Happened to Brian, and discover why many workers refer to a plant closing as a death in the family.

10am Sat. Dec. 1

Saturday Morning Kids Series: "A Gift For You" Reading

Join us in the V1 Gallery for a holiday reading of "A Gift for You" children's book (preschool and early primary grades). The book is meant to open the discussion of what is love and how can a child show others love. After reading the book, the child will see that Christmas is more than getting gifts from others. A portion of the proceeds will go to a children's hospital.

7pm Sat. Dec. 1

Jingle Jams: Caitlin McGarvey

Caitlin McGarvey has a knack for penning infectious pop hooks paired with lyrics that reflect on the nostalgic pangs of loss, the pressing darkness of regret, and the compelling thrills of love. Join them in the Volume One gallery as part of our annual Jingle Jams series.

9am-4pm Sun. Dec. 2

Snacktime Sundays

Enjoy complimentary hot cider and cocoa and cookies all afternoon.

7pm Tue. Dec. 4

6x6 Reading Series: "A Light in the Dark"

Welcome to 6x6, a reading series sponsored by the Chippewa Valley Writers Guild and hosted by Jan Carroll. This 6x6 reading features Karen Loeb, Wilma Clark, Sandy Wagner, Frank Fucile, Lindsey Brandrup, and Andrew Patrie. The theme this time will be "A Light in the Dark."

10am Sat. Dec. 8

Saturday Morning Kids Series: Santa Claus Then & Now

Join author David Tank for this entertaining look at Santa through the ages. This program will include stories, fun facts, songs and vintage illustrations of the man in red. Tank will also read from his newest middle-grade novel “Secret Santa: The Mystery of the Magic Watch.”

2pm Sat. Dec. 8

Book Reading: "Stoney Lonesome Road" by Rick Pendergast

Rick Pendergast reads from his novel set in western Wisconsin. A retired detective attempts to solve a decades old murder in order to clear the name of the accused who is an old family friend. In addition to the reading the author discusses his life experiences that had an influence on the book.

7pm Sat. Dec. 8

Jingle Jams: Savannah Smith

Eau Claire native Savannah Smith writes catchy folk-pop songs and has recently wrapped up recording on her first full-length album. Join them in the Volume One gallery as part of our annual Jingle Jams series.

9am-4pm Sun. Dec. 9

Snacktime Sundays

Enjoy complimentary hot cider and cocoa and cookies all afternoon.

5-6pm Mon. Dec. 10

Local Lit: Off the Page

Readings from various local authors. Local Author, former Eau Claire poet laureate, and Professor Emeritus, Bruce Taylor, has goals to entertain and to expose an audience to a wide variety and diversity of writers from the Chippewa Valley (sometimes beyond): poets, spoken word artists, essayists, fiction writers.

7pm Tue. Dec. 11

Michael Perry Holiday Reading & Signing

Join New York Times bestselling author Michael Perry as he takes over the Volume One Gallery for a special holiday reading, discussion, and book signing. A great opportunity to hear from a local favorite and get books signed as holiday gifts.

7pm Fri. Dec. 14

Jingle Jams: Billy Krause

Singer/Songwriter Billy Krause has been performing since 1968. His live performance is a combination of his songs and stories cultivated from a life both on the road and growing up in rural Wisconsin. Join him in the Volume One gallery as part of our annual Jingle Jams series.

9am-4pm Sun. Dec. 16

Snacktime Sundays

Enjoy complimentary hot cider and cocoa and cookies all afternoon.

5-6pm Mon. Feb. 11

Local Lit: Off the Page

Readings from various local authors. Local Author, former Eau Claire poet laureate, and Professor Emeritus, Bruce Taylor, has goals to entertain and to expose an audience to a wide variety and diversity of writers from the Chippewa Valley (sometimes beyond): poets, spoken word artists, essayists, fiction writers.

7pm Mon. Mar. 4

"Little Faith" Release & Signing w/ Nickolas Buter

Join the Local Store for a reading & signing for local author Nickolas Butler's newest novel, Little Faith. In this moving new novel from celebrated author Nickolas Butler, a Wisconsin family grapples with the power and limitations of faith when one of their own falls under the influence of a radical church.

5-6pm Mon. Mar. 11

Local Lit: Off the Page

Readings from various local authors. Local Author, former Eau Claire poet laureate, and Professor Emeritus, Bruce Taylor, has goals to entertain and to expose an audience to a wide variety and diversity of writers from the Chippewa Valley (sometimes beyond): poets, spoken word artists, essayists, fiction writers.

5-6pm Mon. Apr. 8

Local Lit: Off the Page

Readings from various local authors. Local Author, former Eau Claire poet laureate, and Professor Emeritus, Bruce Taylor, has goals to entertain and to expose an audience to a wide variety and diversity of writers from the Chippewa Valley (sometimes beyond): poets, spoken word artists, essayists, fiction writers.

5-6pm Mon. May. 13

Local Lit: Off the Page

Readings from various local authors. Local Author, former Eau Claire poet laureate, and Professor Emeritus, Bruce Taylor, has goals to entertain and to expose an audience to a wide variety and diversity of writers from the Chippewa Valley (sometimes beyond): poets, spoken word artists, essayists, fiction writers.


Interested in hosting either a private or public event at The Local Store & Volume One Gallery?

Email localstore@volumeone.org(localstore (at) volumeone [d0t] org,) for details.