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Global Climate Change: Science and Society

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10/4/2017 - Starts: 6:30 PM - Ends: 8:45 PM
10/11/2017 - Starts: 6:30 PM - Ends: 8:45 PM
10/18/2017 - Starts: 6:30 PM - Ends: 8:45 PM
10/25/2017 - Starts: 6:30 PM - Ends: 8:45 PM
UW-Eau Claire Campus, 105 Garfield Ave, Eau Claire, Wi 54701
You’ve heard it in the news, listened to conflicting reports, and know it’s a hot-button issue, but where do you begin to understand what’s really happening with global climate change? Are you hearing all this information on something you know is important, but find yourself wondering, “As a citizen, what can I do?” Join a local chemistry professor as you discuss factors that affect average temperature, interpret global data trends, and learn how to become an active and engaged citizen. This course is perfect for anyone who is interested in what all this news means in the larger “science vs. politics” debate. Explore the combination of the science behind climate change and the potential human behaviors that influence it. Engage in discussion surrounding current political policies and opportunities to implement change.
Chelsea Higley, (715) 836-5745

http://www.weau.com/content/events/442786343.html | 442786343

Writing Memoir: Lettig our Senses Guide our Stories

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9/20/2017 - Starts: 6:00 PM - Ends: 8:00 PM
9/27/2017 - Starts: 6:00 PM - Ends: 8:00 PM
10/4/2017 - Starts: 6:00 PM - Ends: 8:00 PM
10/11/2017 - Starts: 6:00 PM - Ends: 8:00 PM
10/18/2017 - Starts: 6:00 PM - Ends: 8:00 PM
10/25/2017 - Starts: 6:00 PM - Ends: 8:00 PM
11/1/2017 - Starts: 6:00 PM - Ends: 8:00 PM
11/8/2017 - Starts: 6:00 PM - Ends: 8:00 PM
11/15/2017 - Starts: 6:00 PM - Ends: 8:00 PM
UW-Eau Claire Campus: Hibbard Humanities Hall, 124 Garfield Ave, Room 313, Eau Claire WI 54701
Use the five senses to recall meaningful life memories and write about them. Recall memorable moments worth writing about to create your personal life map. Open your mind to new perspectives on writing memoirs. Register today.
Chelsea Higley, 7158363636, higleycj@uwec.edu

http://www.weau.com/content/events/442272473.html | 442272473

HARVEST SUPPER

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10/4/2017 - Starts: 4:30 PM
United Church of Christ Osseo, WI HWY 10 and Main Street
Harvest Supper Featuring Turkey & Meatballs with Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Dressing, Rutabaga, Rolls, Dessert, and Beverage

Adults: $10.00 Ages 6-12: $5.00 Children 5 and under: Free Will donation

All carry-out: $10.00

Handicapped accessible
United Church of Christ 715-597-3292

http://www.weau.com/content/events/442032053.html | 442032053

"American School Girl" by Sue Cranston

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9/11/2017
9/12/2017
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9/14/2017
9/15/2017
9/18/2017
9/19/2017
9/20/2017
9/21/2017
9/22/2017
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9/26/2017
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9/28/2017
9/29/2017
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10/6/2017
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10/11/2017
10/12/2017
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10/16/2017
L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library in Eau Claire
“American School Girl” features a series of acrylic and mixed-media paintings that represents Sue Cranston’s version of childhood experiences for a young girl. It combines her memories of growing up in Wisconsin, her experiences teaching in the classroom, and her life as a daughter and mother. Exhibit may be viewed during regular library hours.
Information & Reference, 715-839-5004

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Blue Canvas Art Studio Batik Scarf Workshop

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9/6/2017
9/13/2017
9/20/2017
9/27/2017
10/4/2017
Blue Canvas Art Studio--Banbury Place BLDG 13 Suite 15
Fall is nearly here and it is time to start dressing up your attire with a scarf. We are thrilled to announce a new adult workshop. We will be combining the art forms of Batik Fabric Design and Silk Painting to create a one of a kind scarf.

There are two workshops available (9/6 and 10/4).

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Batik, it is a technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth. The applied wax resists dyes and therefore allows the artisan to color selectively by painting or soaking the cloth in dye. The wax is later removed from the cloth with boiling water leaving the design in the fabric. A tradition of making batik is found in various countries, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, India, Sri Lanka, Philippines and Nigeria. This is truly a unique form of artwork and is very exciting and inexpensive to practice. Through this workshop you will design your own custom silk scarf that measures 11"x60".

Learn a new skill and walk away with a piece of wearable art!
Cost is $40/ with 20$ per additional scarf

Click here to register!
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScNp83V-ZKBNgnf3D7YJq1LvWUvxILoxPW0_KWkLO6pC739oQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
Jennifer Castellano
715-563-2997

http://www.weau.com/content/events/416047053.html | 416047053

Hugh Mandelert Retrospective - Art and Addiction

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9/4/2017
9/5/2017
9/6/2017
9/7/2017
9/8/2017
9/11/2017
9/12/2017
9/13/2017
9/14/2017
9/15/2017
9/18/2017
9/19/2017
9/20/2017
9/21/2017
9/22/2017
9/25/2017
9/26/2017
9/27/2017
9/28/2017
9/29/2017
10/2/2017
10/3/2017
10/4/2017
10/5/2017
10/6/2017
10/9/2017
10/10/2017
10/11/2017
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10/18/2017
10/19/2017
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10/27/2017
Chippewa Valley Cultural Association, Inc./Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls, WI, 54729 Mon, Sep 4, 2017 through Fri, Oct 27, 2017 Mon-Thr 10-5, Fri 10-4
Open House and Reception: Thursday, September 28 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. 
This exhibit is a retrospective of the artwork of Hugh Mandelert, which has been generously loaned to the Heyde Center from the private collections of community members. The theme of the exhibit “Art and Addiction” serves as a catalyst for a community exploration and a dialogue of chemical dependency issues in the Chippewa Valley, hopefully leading to second-chances. Hugh Mandelert’s status as a “favorite son” and a recovering alcoholic can help decrease the stigma our society puts on people with chemical dependency; foster conversations that are too often kept behind closed doors; lift up the power of compassion, relationship and community support; replace castigation with rehabilitation; and explore ways to help each other artfully move forward one step at a time. Participants in the Chippewa County Drug Court will be exhibiting their artwork in the galleries on the third floor. No cost for admission to the exhibit.
P. Larson, 715-726-9000, cvca@cvca.net

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