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August 31, 2015
Augusta Senior & Community Center - Augusta, WI

Do you enjoy quilting and other fiber arts? Then we’re the quilt club for you.We are a community of kindred souls who enjoy each other's talents. New members and visitors are welcome at any time!We encourage the love of fabric and the art of quilting for the benefit of the community and for charitable causes. We aim to spread appreciation, enjoyment and knowledge of quilting as a source of inspiration and fellowship. For more info contact Barb at 715-286-2953 or augseniors@aol.com

L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library - Eau Claire, WI

Scramble on down to the library’s art gallery this summer! See how regional artists applied their fertile imaginations to meet the challenge of creating works of art having anything and everything to do with eggs. Artists Reception Thursday, June 4, 7-8:30 p.m.

Best Western Trail Lodge Hotel & Suites - Eau Claire, WI

A FREE workshop providing valuable information for seniors on securing one's estate and retirement planning. You will receive a workbook and gain useful information you can act upon immediately regarding: - Pros and cons of wills and trusts- How to avoid probate- Long term health care concerns- Tax reduction planning.CLA Estate Services is a firm devoted to assisting area residents in protecting their assets and ensuring their money lasts. Our representatives have comprehensive knowledge of estate planning issues that will help you avoid common and sometimes irreversible mistakes.Seating is limited. Please call 1-866-252-8721 between 9am and 5pm Central Standard Time to confirm your attendance to this important workshop.Information in this workshop comes from a wide range of sources. For over twenty years, we have been presenting concepts that come from clients, attorneys, financial planners, government agencies, and a wide variety of private and public sources. We hope the information presented will help you have a better understanding of your planning choices.

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts - Menomonie, WI

Ethan Iverson, Albert “Tootie” Heath, Ben Street: Jazz Concert7 PM - 9 PM Tickets at the box office, 715-235-0001 on online at www.mabeltainter.org Sponsored by:Mabel Tainter Center for the ArtsEthan Iverson, born and raised in Menomonie, now internationally known in postmodern jazz group The Bad Plus, returns to his home town for a special trio concert with drum legend Albert "Tootie" Heath and bassist Ben Street. While still a teenager, Tootie backed Lester Young, Thelonious Monk, and Miles Davis when they played in Philadephia. In 1957 Tootie appeared on the first albums made by John Coltrane and Nina Simone. In the '60s he played and recorded with almost every significant jazz musician. Two years with Herbie Hancock produced results as diverse as the classic LP The Prisoner and the soundtrack to Fat Albert. Much more recently, Heath has collaborated with Iverson and Street for a intergenerational trio that has made three critically-acclaimed albums and regularly performs at New York's Village Vanguard. Don't miss this night of authentic jazz at the Mabel Tainter!

September 01, 2015
L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library - Eau Claire, WI

Scramble on down to the library’s art gallery this summer! See how regional artists applied their fertile imaginations to meet the challenge of creating works of art having anything and everything to do with eggs. Artists Reception Thursday, June 4, 7-8:30 p.m.

Carson Park, Eau Claire - Eau Claire, WI

Join us for the 33rd Annual Leader-Telegram Buckshot Run benefiting the local Special Olympics program. This 2 mile run/walk in beautiful Carson Park is ranked one of the top 10 races in Wisconsin. It’s family friendly and tough enough for the hard-core competitors. Ages 5-85 typically participate each year and average attendance for the Tuesday night race is 500 people. Help us grow this year’s event by inviting a family member or friend to join you!100% of money raised from the race stays locally to help 1,000 Special Olympics athletes with intellectual disabilities train and compete in sports year-round. It’s a life changing opportunity for these kids and adults.After the race, enjoy concessions, music, race results and an awards ceremony during the Party in the Park. Check in begins at 4:30 p.m. and the race begins at 6 p.m. with awards following at 7 p.m.For those who can’t attend Tuesday, join us for the main event Saturday, September 5. Volunteers also needed. Contact Karen if you can help a few hours. kkraus@specialolympicswisconsin.org

September 03, 2015
The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd - Eau Claire, WI

Ruby's Pantry distributes food to anyone who wants or needs food. There is no background check and no ID is required. Cost is $20 (cash only) for over $100 worth of food. Please bring your own boxes, baskets, or bags to carry your food in. Registration begins at 4:00 PM and distribution goes from 5:00-7:00 PM - We hope to see you there, and please share this information with your friends and family!

Cottage Winery - Menomonie, WI

From 5:00 – 7:30 p.m. on September 3, Chippewa Valley residents are invited to Menomonie’s Cottage Winery for the Corks & Canvas Fundraising Event. The event is the first of its kind for The Arc of Dunn County, a Menomonie advocacy organization dedicated to helping people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The event will feature a live auction of art by area residents, as well as hors d'oeuvres by Sailer's Food Market & Meat Processing and the Eau Galle Cheese Factory, live music by Two Frets Up, canvas painting by Big Dot of Happiness, wine tasting and a wine pull. Proceeds will benefit “Art at the Arc,” a monthly art class held for individuals with disabilities. Tickets are $10 and include music, food and the auction. Don’t miss this chance to explore a thriving community program and meet talented community artists. Details at https://corksandcanvas2015.eventbrite.com

September 05, 2015
Carson Park - Eau Claire, WI

Join us for the 33rd Annual Leader-Telegram Buckshot Run benefiting the local Special Olympics program. This 2 and 5 mile run/walk in and around beautiful Carson Park and downtown Eau Claire is ranked one of the top 10 races in Wisconsin. It’s family friendly yet tough enough for the hard-core competitors. Ages 5-85 typically participate each year and average attendance is 1,200 people. We need to grow so we can do more for Special Olympics athletes living in the Chippewa Valley! Help us by inviting a family member or friend to join you!100% of money raised stays locally to help 1,000 Special Olympics athletes with intellectual disabilities train and compete in sports year-round. It’s a life changing opportunity for these kids and adults.After the race, enjoy concessions, music, race results and an awards ceremony during the Party in the Park. Check in begins at 7:30 a.m., the 5 mile starts at 9 a.m., the 2 mile starts at 10:30 a.m., the Kids’ Fun Run begins at 11:30 a.m. and awards are at Noon. For those who can’t attend Saturday, join us for the smaller 2 mile version on Tuesday, September 1, 6 p.m. Volunteers also needed. Contact Karen if you can help a few hours at either race. kkraus@specialolympicswisconsin.org

Calvary Baptist Church - Eau Claire, WI

Calvary Baptist Church is hosting 'King of the Hill', an all family event on Labor Day weekend! This event will consist of a Car and Audio Showdown with judges and prizes awarded to all participants. Guest judge and speaker Nascar driver Michael McDowell will be in attendance to meet, judge, speak, and take pictures! If you would like to register a vehicle, please visit www.calvaryeauclaire.org or email koth@calvaryeauclaire.orgAlso included on this day is a Family Fun Day. This will include free music, bouncy houses, brat stand, and a community Thrift Sale with up to 30 vendors! If you would like to rent a parking space to hold your own thrift sale, please email koth@calvaryeauclaire.org.

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