Every Wednesday, Sunday until Mar. 29, 6:15-8:30pm

Evening Rink Rat Hockey

Open hockey time for youth players by age. Must have full equipment. Ages 15 and older are not permitted to skate in Rink Rats! Mite/Squirt (ages 7-10): 6:15pm-7:15pm. Pewee/Bantam (ages 11-14): 7:30pm-8:30pm

Hobbs Ice Arena
Eau Claire

Every Wednesday, Sunday until Apr. 29, 8:45-10:15pm

Adult Open Broomball

Drop-in coed program for the adult players (18+). Players divide into teams for pick-up games. Must have own helmet. Sticks and balls provided.

Hobbs Ice Arena
Eau Claire

Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday until Sep. 1, 11am-1pm

Lunch Break Open Skating

A great way to meet new friends and get some exercise.

Hobbs Ice Arena
Eau Claire

Every Wednesday, Sunday until Mar. 29, 6-8pm

Evening Open Skate

Every Wednesday and Sunday this Fall/Winter. No skate on 11/27, 12/25, 1/1, 1/22. Youth Skate Rental is free.

Hobbs Ice Arena
Eau Claire

Every Sunday until Mar. 29, 8:45-10:15pm

Adult Open Hockey

Drop-in coed program for adult hockey players (18+). Skaters divide into teams for pick-up games. Must have full equipment. Goalies skate for free.

Hobbs Ice Arena
Eau Claire

Friday Apr. 10 11am-3:15pm

School's Out Open Skating

Session One 11:00am-1:00pm and Session Two 1:15pm-3:15pm.

Hobbs Ice Arena
Eau Claire

Friday Apr. 10 11:30am-1:45pm

School's Out Rink Rat Hockey

School's Out Rink Rat Youth Hockey! Ages 15+ are NOT allowed to skate at Rink Rats. Mite/Squirt (ages 7-10): 11:30am-12:30pm. Peewee/Bantam (ages 11-14): 12:45pm-1:45pm. Must have full equipment!

Hobbs Ice Arena
Eau Claire

Every Tuesday until Mar. 31, 6:15-7pm

Tween Yoga- Session 6

This class offers tweens an opportunity to safely learn about yoga through conversation, movement and pose alignment. Pre-register through Altoona Parks and Recreation.

River Prairie Center
Altoona

Every Tuesday, Thursday until May. 21, 9-11am

Weekly Bird Banding

Come and visit with the Bird Banders during their weekly banding sessions. This is a great opportunity to learn about bird identification, how and why birds are caught and banded, and meet some birds up close. Banding is weather dependent, so call to confirm ahead of time.

Wise Nature Center, Beaver Creek Reserve
Fall Creek

Wednesday Apr. 1 8am-1pm

Bird Banding 101

For those with little or no bird banding experience. Learn how to safely capture and release birds, techniques to hold, band, and take measurements on birds in the hand, benefits of bird banding, bird identification, and banding safety. Register by March 27.

Wise Nature Center, Beaver Creek Reserve
Fall Creek

Third Saturday, 8-9pm

Hobbs Observatory Astronomical Series

Programs on various astronomical related topics are presented by members of the Chippewa Valley Astronomical Society. Programs run 45-60 minutes in length. Check the CVAS website for this month's topic and target audience. Observing follows programs if skies are clear.

Hobbs Observatory
Fall Creek

Wednesday Apr. 29 6-7pm

Here's to Hummingbirds

Hummingbirds live only in the Western Hemisphere -- from Alaska to the farthest tip of South America. They're fast, flashy and full of fire. but if you hold still long enough, you can catch them at Steve Betchkal's program at the Augusta Memorial Library.

Augusta Memorial Public Library
Augusta

Every Saturday from May. 2 to Oct. 31, 9-11pm

Observing The Night Sky With The Chippewa Valley Astronomical Society

Members of the Chippewa Valley Astronomical Society sponsor public observing sessions on clear Saturdays May though October (except 7/4 and 8/22). Public observing starts about an hour after sunset for about two hours. Come out and enjoy a view of the night sky not possible from the city.

Hobbs Observatory
Fall Creek

Sunday May. 24 7am-5pm

Chippewa Valley Century Ride

Our courses includes a 35, 50, 75, or 100 mile option all on blacktop roads. The entry fee covers 4 rest stops, water stops, support vehicles and a meal featuring brats, soda and Leinenkugel's beer.

Irvine Park Main Pavilion
Chippewa Falls

Tuesday May. 26 7pm

Learn How to Play Spikeball Roundnet

Come learn how to play this new sport! The objective of the game is to hit the ball against the net in such a way that the other team can't pass it back over. Pre-register through Altoona Parks and Recreation.

Cinder City Park
Altoona

Saturday Jun. 20 10am-1pm

Mutt Strut n' Tabby Trot

Join Dunn County Humane Society for their annual Pet Walk and 5K fun run. The event is held at the Fannetti Community Center at the Dunn County Fairgrounds and there is always fun for everyone.

Dunn County Fairgrounds - Fanetti Community Center
Menomonie

Saturday Jun. 20 10am

CANCELLED Lake Menomin Water X 2020

A 2-day weekend of awesome IWA Watercross racing action. Food and beverages, vendors, and more. Racing begins at 10am. Live music from Rattlefoot at 7pm on Saturday.

Wakanda Park
Menomonie

Every Tuesday from Jun. 23 to Aug. 25, 7pm

Spikeball Roundnet League

Register a team of two for this new and exciting team sport! A team meeting will take place at the River Prairie Center on June 16th at 7 pm. Pre-register through Altoona Parks and Recreation. There will be separate adult and youth leagues.

Cinder City Park
Altoona

Saturday Jun. 27 8am-12:30pm

Rock the Riverfront

Team up with the RCU Foundation to make a positive impact local communities. Featuring the Charity Classic 10K and 2 mile races plus even more family fun for 2020. New this year is a virtual race option, allowing you to complete the run/walk anywhere and anytime you like!

RCU Corporate Center
Eau Claire

Friday Sep. 11 3-8pm

2nd Annual Wisconsin Game Fest

Dogs friendly. Dock diving dogs, live trophy deer, hunting and fishing retailers, RVs, ATVs, blinds and treestands, food trucks, beer garden, seminars and presentations, live chainsaw carving, trophy scoring, air rifle and pistol trials, archery trials, axe throwing, door prizes, petting zoo, dog stage, and more.

Northern Wisconsin State Fairgrounds
Chippewa Falls