L.E. Phillips Senior Center

1616 Bellinger St., Eau Claire

The L.E. Phillips Senior Center provides a place for Senior Citizens, 55 and better who reside in the City or County of Eau Claire to maintain independence, receive services and develop skills which enhance the emotional, physical and social quality of their lives. Regularly hosts day trips, weekend escapes, exercise classes, community meals, electronics and Internet lessons, knitting classes, and more.

Senior Centers

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels provides delivered meals to homebound seniors or eligible adults living with a disability. More than just a meal, this services also provides a daily check-in on seniors to ensure safety and health. Each county ADRC branch manages…

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Menomonie Writers Guild

The Menomonie Writers Guild aims to provide a safe environment for writers of creative nonfiction, fiction and poetry to share their work and receive gentle yet helpful feedback, and to serve as an incentive for writing regularly.

Arts & Crafts

Northwoods Therapy

1200 N. 10th St. W, Altoona • 715-8398-9266 // 757 Lakeland Dr., Chippewa Falls • 715-723-5060 Northwoods Therapy is owned and operated by local physical therapists specializing in sports and orthopedic rehabilitation.

Physical Therapy

Open Fitness Center

1616 Bellinger St., Eau Claire

The Open Fitness Center includes a circuit of stations that provide opportunities for a full body workout to improve strength, flexibility, balance, and cardiovascular endurance. Several types of fitness equipment that are easy to use for all ages.

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Open Knit Group

Yellow Dog Knitting, 420 S Barstow St., Eau Claire

Come see old friends and more a lot of new ones. The organization coordinator prefers that you work on projects with yarn purchased at Yellow Dog.

Arts & Crafts

Optimum Therapies, LLC - Eau Claire

517 E. Clairemont Ave., Eau Claire

Offering deep tissue, trigger point release, myofascial release, neuromuscular, sports, Swedish, and hot stone massage and physical therapy. 517 E. Clairemont Ave., Eau Claire • (715) 855-0408 1309 Stout Rd., Menomonie • (715) 233-6320

Massage Physical Therapy

Rug Hookers

Spend some time working on your rug hooking project with other crafters and a cup of coffee. Classroom is open to all, beginners to advanced.

Arts & Crafts

Senior Dining Congregate Meals

Food, fun and fellowship are what Senior Dining is all about. Enjoy a nutritious meal at a warm, friendly Senior Dining Site in the company of friends.  Volunteer, meet people and partake in activities and educational opportunities. The actual…

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Senior Fitness Classes

1616 Bellinger St., Eau Claire

Get involved with a wide array of fitness class options every month at the L.E. Phillips Senior Center. Offers circuit classes, strength classes, morning blasts, step classes, yoga, chair yoga, core, pilates, zumba, and much more multiple days a week. Classes require a punch card that can be purchased at the center.

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Sewing and Felt Club

Fall Creek Public Library 122 E Lincoln Ave Fall Creek, WI 54742

You are invited to share projects they are working on, provide feedback, enjoy a snack, and have worktime together. The library provides hand-sewing patterns and some supplies during the 2nd Monday classes. Registration is not required. A sewing…

Arts & Crafts

Shirley Doane Senior Center

1412 6th St. E, Menomonie

The mission of the Shirley Doane Senior Center is to help Menomonie area seniors engage in meaningful community activities. To help promote continued growth and development, self-respect, self-confidence, and usefulness; by encouraging your participation in contemporary life; and by stimulating a dynamic public interest in the aging population and recognition of its potential.

Senior Centers

Textiles Wednesdays

Arts Coming Together, 107 Wilson Court, Menomonie

Through Arts Coming Together (organization), Everyone who works with fabrics (knitting, crocheting, felting, ect.) is invited to stop by and work on their projects.

Arts & Crafts

Tree City Guild Rug Hook Crafters

Chippewa Valley Museum, Carson Park Dr., Eau Claire

Rug hook crafters use a cutter to prepare strips of material, mainly wool. These strips are then hooked securely to a frame commonly set with Monk's cloth-which to a painter, would be their canvas-and may be sized to fit the dimensions of the rug…

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Writers Group

Adult writers read their work to others and provide mutual critiques and support. Typically meets at L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library. Call Yvette Flaten for details.

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