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Craft shows, snowshoe hikes, speed rope jump contests, 1800s historical reenactments, art fairs, rodeos, fireworks, local festivals,on the water and musical events, plus more, are scheduled each year around Chippewa County.

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  • 4-23 TO 5-5

    53rd Annual Spring Art Show

    at The Heyde Center for the Arts. The Exhibit runs April 23 through May 5. The Chippewa Herald along with the Chippewa Valley Cultural Association will again be hosting the Annual Spring Arts show. There is no charge to the public for this exhibit, but donations are appreciated to help keep this exceptional gallery space available to the community. 

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  • 4-26

    DIY: SIGN of Leinie's Bottle Caps

     DIY: Wood Sign class at the Leinie Lodge, 124 E. Elm Street, Chippewa Falls

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  • 4-29

    Autumn Harvest Winery Spring Open House

    Located at 19947 Co Hwy J in Chippewa Falls. Opens April 29, 2017. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.  Wed-Sun 10-6. Starting Mid-August through Oct 31 Closed Mondays.  Tues-Sun 10-6.

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  • 4-29

    One World Taiko

    7:30 p.m at The Heyde Center for the Arts. One World Taiko is a professional Japanese drum ensemble that incorporates dynamic movement, lyrical melodies, and rhythmic grooves with heart-pounding percussion. “Taiko” means "drum" in Japanese, and Taiko drummers perform on drums ranging from the large odaiko, 4 feet by 2.5 feet, to the shimedaiko, the size of a snare drum.  

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  • 4-29

    SpringFest 5K for Kids & Fun Mile

    9:00 a.m at the Northern Wisconsin State Fairgrounds located at 225 Edward Street, Chippewa Falls.  A run/walk through beautiful Irvine Park. This is a family friendly 5K and 1 Mile that loops through beautiful Irvine Park. Pets are welcome too! Join us for this fun event and receive some great race goodies. Adult registration includes a t-shirt, admission to SpringFest, and refreshments. Children under 13 register for free! The first 150 children registered will receive a Micon movie pass and Culver's custard coupon, (shirt available for purchase). All race proceeds go to support youth in our community through quality mentoring and after-school programming.

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  • 4-29

    Live Music with Steven John Rindt

    The Fill Inn Station, 104 W. Columbia St, Chippewa Falls. Steven John Rindt is a Singer/songwriter and a finger-style guitarist who utilizes both blues and classical styles to give popular songs from the 60's-current releases a crisp an intriguing sound. His original material is a reflection of his life experiences with those that have influenced him most. Expect both smooth and powerful vocals blended with a vibrant acoustic sound.

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  • 4-29

    Bingo for Irvine Park & Zoo

    3pm at The Snout Saloon, 13 W. Central Street, Chippewa Falls. A portion of the proceeds go to Irvine Park & Zoo.

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  • 4-29

    Live Music at the Snout Saloon

    Live Music at the Snout Saloon, 13 W. Central Street, Chippewa Falls, at 8pm by 2nd X-It

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  • 4-29

    Live Music at the Sheeley House Saloon

    Live music at the Sheeley House saloon, 236 W. River St, Chippewa Falls, from 8:30pm-11pm by Red Tide

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  • 4-29

    Northwest Beerfest 2017

    It's the 9th Annual Northwest Beerfest at Chippewa Area Ice Arena! Get your tickets  at all Chippewa Valley Gordy's Market locations, plus Gordy's in Cornell, Ladysmith, Chetek, Rice Lake and Augusta!

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  • 4-30

    Stoughton Norwegian Dancers - Norwegian Dance and Dress

    2:00 pm at the Chippewa Valley Cultural Association, Inc. / Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls.  A 64 year tradition, the Stoughton Norwegian Dancers endeavor to entertain and share traditional Scandinavian folk dance and authentic Norwegian bunads (costumes) with audiences throughout the area. The group is made up of Stoughton High School School Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors who tour the United States bringing their authentic Scandanavian dance, music, humor, energy, and fun. The traditional dress, bunads, are constructed in Stoughton; however, all the patterns, fabrics and threads are imported from Norway so that they are authentic. Even the shoes and jewelry are imported from Norway! The girls wear bunads representing different districts in Norway.  Admission: Adults $13, Seniors $12, Youth $6

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