Free hot chocolate and cookies at Irvine Park
Irvine Park, Chippewa Falls
While viewing the beautiful display of lights at Irvine Park, stop in for free cookies and hot chocolate compliments of the Howard-Wheaton 4-H Club. Please visit the Irvine Park heated activity building (across from the swan pond). Hope to see you there!
Howard-Wheaton 4-H Club
Durand Dazzle Day
Events Starting at 9:00 AM, Illuminated Parade at 6:00 PM
You Will Not Want To Miss!
Saturday, November 30, 2013
Craft * Used Book/DVD * Bake Sale *
Chilli Feed * Shopping Specials
FREE Carriage & Trolly Rides - FREE Exotic Animal Display
Santa's "Dear" Park * Christmas Tree Decorating Contest
Illuminated Dazzle Holiday Parade
Theme - Christmas thru a Child’s Eyes
6:00pm down Main Street
After Glow Show & Parade Awards
At Durand Masonic Community Center
Sarah 715-671-3445 email@example.com
The Memories Christmas Show
Pittsville Schools Auditorium, 5459 Elementary Avenue, Pittsville, WI
A wonderful Christmas Show to begin the Christmas Season. Warren Petryk and Tim Stevens have been performing together since 1972. The Memories Chirstmas Show is a family event that includes a mix of traditional carols, sing-a-longs, comedy and special surprises.
Adults $10 Seniors $8 Students $5
Dawn at 715-213-9002
Spencer PTA Craft Show
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
100+ exhibitors, freed admission, lunch available
Lara Baehr 715-507-1050
Planetarium Show: Cultural Constellations
L.E. Phillips Planetarium, UW-Eau Claire, 101 Roosevelt Ave., Eau Claire, WI
UW-Eau Claire's L.E. Phillips Planetarium announces a special program offerings for the month of November.
The planetarium an opportunity to learn more about space, the solar system and the stars in the night sky. During the show, a planetarium presenter will discuss the night sky and help you learn to identify constellations. Following are the shows scheduled for November:
"Cultural constellations," Tuesdays at 7 p.m.: A discussion of some of the myths associated with constellations. Different cultures often view star patterns in similar ways, but with varying stories. Americans are most familiar with the Greek mythology associated with constellations. This program will feature views from other cultures including stories from Japan and Native American tribes. \
"Cricket and Friends see a Comet," Saturdays at 11a.m. (no show on Thanksgiving weekend): Audience members will learn about comets, stars and planets in the night sky in a timely presentation that coincides with Comet ISON's visit to our solar system. Comet ISON is expected to be the brightest at the end of the year when it is positioned in the evening sky. Currently, Comet ISON is in the morning sky near Mars and can only be seen with a powerful telescope.
Public shows at the planetarium begin at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays for adults and children 12 and older. Shows for children ages four through 12 are presented at 11 a.m. on Saturdays and last 45-60 minutes. Group shows and school field trips can be arranged.
Admission to the presentations is $2 at the door. Visitors are encouraged to arrive ten minutes before the event begins. The L.E. Phillips Planetarium is located in Phillips Science Hall on the UW-Eau Claire campus. Free parking is available during weekends and evenings.
Nuncrackers presented by Area Community Theatre
Tee Pee Supper Club Tomah, Wisconsin
Nov. 21,22,23,29,30, Dec. 6, 7 dinner 6:00 pm show 7:30 pm Nov. 24, Dec. 1 show 2:00 pm
The Area Community Theatre presents a dinner theater production of Dan Goggin's Nuncrackers. Join the Little Sisters of Hoboken as they present a Christmas program for local access television. This musical will touch your hearts and your funny bones. Dinner show tickets are only $35 and show only tickets are $15. The box office opens November 11th.
Area Community Theatre
907 Kilbourn Ave.
Tomah, WI 54660
Volume One Jingle Jams: Hannah Connolly
The Volume One Gallery Located inside the Local Store at the Volume One World Headquarters, 205 N. Dewey St. Eau Claire, 54703
Hannah Connolly is a singer/songwriter from Eau Claire who currently lives in Minneapolis. A few years ago Hannah was the frontwoman of local pop rock band Cadence.
Lindsey, firstname.lastname@example.org, 715-552-0457
Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls, wi
Nineteen years ago the Chicago area duo Jacquie Manning and Rich Prezioso decided to hit the road. The early years were hard going - thus the Small Potatoes name - but more than a million miles, 3000 shows and five Dodge Caravans later, they are now considered a favorite act by many venues across the U.S. They say it has taken “years of careful indecision” to come up with a mix of music that ranges from country, blues and swing to Irish. They sing, play guitars and other instruments, and even yodel. An irresistible show!
Website: http://www.smallpotatoesmusic.com/ Adults $10, seniors $9, and youth $5
Heyde Center for the Arts, 715-726-9000