4-8pm Thu. Jan. 31
The Children's Dyslexia Center of Upper WI holds a launch party and reception for people interesting in learning more about the Over the Edge rappel fundraiser.
Betty's Half Moon Saloon 1920 S. Hastings Way, Eau Claire
5:30-8pm Thu. Jan. 31
Mel Sundby is a retired college art professor who now has a working studio, Manyfires Studio. He will demonstrate his amazing clay sculpting methods with work that often incorporates the human condition and portraits.
200 Main - Art and Wine 200 Main St., Eau Claire
6-7pm Thu. Jan. 31
Enjoy two free beers and an informative presentation about about how solar for your property works. An opportunity for homeowners, business owners, and anyone who’s interested to learn about the benefits of solar energy.
K-Point Brewing at The Coffee Grounds 4212 Southtowne Drive, Eau Claire
Age: All Ages, 21+ for Free Beer
6:45pm Thu. Jan. 31
Enjoy local open mic musicians or take the stage yourself.
Stones Throw 304 Eau Claire St., Eau Claire
7-10pm Thu. Jan. 31
Eric Peter Schwartz says that the best way to describe his sound is pop-tinged folk-rock. If you squeezed Bryan Adams, The Indigo Girls and Warren Zevon into one person, it might sound something like this. His music covers a range of emotions from heartbreaking to funny to romantic to quirky. It always makes for a fun show.
Acoustic Cafe - Eau Claire 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire
Age: All Ages
7-9pm Thu. Jan. 31
Part campy musical, part horror film, the movie details the travails of a squeaky clean couple stranded at a creepy castle where the inhabitants sing and dance through a bacchanalian romp of murder, bisexuality, and cannibalism.
Menomonie Public Library 600 Wolske Bay Rd, Menomonie
7:30pm Thu. Jan. 31
This high-energy, student-produced variety show will feature UW-Eau Claire's Concert Choir, Singing Statesmen, Women's Concert Chorale, University Symphony Orchestra and jazz ensembles, as well as small acts and solo performers. Event supports ongoing scholarships for UW-Eau Claire music students.
Ojibwe Ball Room in UW-Eau Claire Davies Center 77 Roosevelt Ave, Eau Claire
Cost: $22 show only, dinner also available at night shows
Age: High school and older
8pm Thu. Jan. 31
Carmen Lagala is a New York City based stand-up comedian who made her network television debut in 2018 on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Originally from Vermont, Carmen endears audiences with her small-town charm, delivering jokes that are smart, dark, dirty and playful.
The Plus 208 S. Barstow St, Eau Claire
Cost: $5 GA, $3 with valid student ID
Age: All Ages (18+ recommended)
8pm Thu. Jan. 31
Love and Theft is an American country music group featuring Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson. The new collection finds the pair stripping their sound down to its essence, with spare, largely acoustic arrangements that focus squarely on their impassioned performances and distinctive vocal chemistry.
The Metro 201 E Lake St, Eau Claire
Cost: $25 advance, $30 at the door
8:30-11pm Thu. Jan. 31
Enjoying craft cocktails, regional beers/wines, and order from the popular late-night menu featuring the Scandinavian Koldtbord, where you create your own sharable feast of premium meats, cheeses, crackers and more. Enjoy a selection of vinyls that will be spun throughout the night.
The Oxbow Hotel 516 Galloway St., Eau Claire
Age: All Ages