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Eliza's Toyes English Holidays

Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Six of the singers from Eliza’s Toyes will help us celebrate the holiday season with a cappella English sacred music from the medieval period through early Renaissance music. They reinvigorate these ancient works with their lively performances and show that madrigals are fun! In the summer of 2005, a few singers in the Madison Early Music Festival decided to get together and delight themselves by singing madrigals. As a result the group, Eliza’s Toyes, was born, and continues to share this wonderful body of music. Website: www.toyes.info
Admission: adults $11, seniors $10, youth $5


Debra Johnson, Executive Director
715-726-9000
www.cvca.net



Concert in the Park

Rice Lake
Red Cedar Symphony concert in the park

Kurt Hoesly


Hannah Hebl Performance

The Volume One Gallery Located inside the Local Store at the Volume One World Headquarters, 205 N. Dewey St. Eau Claire, 54703
Hannah Hebl (Adelyn Rose, Island of Dr. Lee) is taking her first steps out into the Eau Claire music scene as a songwriter with her debut EP, Hallelu.
SPECIAL LOCAL STORE HOURS: 10am-9pm

Lindsey, info@volumeone.org, 715-552-0457


Monroe Crossing

Heyde Center for the Arts. 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Made up of five very distinct personalities with differing musical backgrounds and tastes, Monroe Crossing dazzles audiences with an electrifying blend of classical bluegrass, bluegrass gospel, and original compositions. The group regularly performs to sold out theatres and arts centers across the country, headlines bluegrass festivals and fairs, and makes numerous other public and private appearances. They are well known both for their dynamic stage show and for the warmth they share on and off stage, interacting with the audience and always honoring requests after the intermission. Website: www.monroecrossing.com
Admission: $16 adults, $15 seniors, and $7 youth.

Heyde Center for the Arts
715-726-9000
www.cvca.net



The Wayside

Heyde Center for the Arts. 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
It's time to take a break, relax, and leave tomorrow's worries for tomorrow. An evening of great music, hilarious true stories with a focus on Wisconsin life, audience participation, and great local prized await you at The Wayside. With the feel of an old-time Big Tip Chautauqua show, The Wayside offers everyone a good time through songs and stories. The Wayside, which premiered at Fanny Hill in 2013, is a creation of the Eau Claire husband-wife team of Matt and Suzy Kendzera. Come join in to come off the main road of life to laugh, cry, and reminisce at The Wayside.

Heyde Center for the Arts
715-726-9000
www.cvca.net



The Hunt's

Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Seven brothers and sisters make up this indie-folk band from the southlands of Chesapeake,VA. Known as The Hunts, they have collaborated for over ten years on one another's musical gifts to create their compelling sound. The Hunts have toured the U.S. and traveled worldwide singing their stories of youthful memories, conquering fears, aching hearts, and inspiring journeys. With a deep love for mission work, they have organized a music camp for children in Haiti. Website: www.thehuntsmusic.com Admission: Adults $17, Seniors $16, Youth $7

Deb Johnson, Director
Chippewa Valley Cultural Association/Heyde Center for the Arts
3 South High Street
Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Phone: 715-726-9000 Email: cvca@cvca.net



Eau Claire Municipal Band

Owen Park, Eau Claire, WI
NOW ON WEDNESDAY EVENINGS! Since 1902, the ECMB has been entertaining thousands of patrons with their high-quality, family-friendly, free summer concerts in beautiful Owen Park. The band is under the direction of Mr. Brad Stoughton. Concessions available.

Brad Stoughton, eauclairemunicipalband@gmail.com, 715 497 5498


Diary of a Worm, a Spider, & a Fly

The Oxford, 1814 Oxford Ave Eau Claire, WI 54703
Is Spider getting too big for his own skin? Will Fly find her superhero powers in time to save her Aunt Rita from peril? Will Worm learn to stand on his own feet...even though he doesn't have feet? We invite you to take a look at the world from a bug's perspective. Perhaps you'll see that their lives are not all that different from ours. This musical captures all of the droll humor and whimsy of the wildly popular books.

Reserved seats are available, $8 for youth/students and $12 for adults/seniors. Tickets may be purchased online at www.ecct.org, by calling 715-839-877, or at the door.

The Eau Claire Children's Theatre, 715-839-877, frontdesk@ecct.org


Music on the River - River City Ramblers

Jun 11, 2009 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Anson Park, Jim Falls, WI
The River City Ramblers kick off the 1st of 3 summer concerts to be held at beautiful Anson Park on the Chippewa River. Bring your family & friends & enjoy an evening of traditional blue grass, cajun and modern folk music. These concerts are hosted by the Jim Falls Lions Club & sponsored by local businesses. Food & beverages will be available. Bring your lawn chair and your dancing shoes! Anson Park is located 1 mile south of Jim Falls & 11 miles north of Chippewa Falls on County Highway S. Concerts held rain or shine in the picnic pavilion.


Jim Falls Lions Club
715-382-5475