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The Volume One Gallery - Eau Claire, WI

Volume One's new storytelling series, where some of the area's best writers and yarn-spinners take to the mic for a night of personal stories told live. Each night multiple storytellers muse on a common theme. Tonight's theme is Holiday Heroics: Stories of yuletide successes and holly jolly failures.

Tampa Bay Times Forum - Tampa, FL

Chippewa Valley Regional Airport - Eau Claire, WI

For aviation enthusiasts. Monthly meeting of the local EAA chapter 509 always welcoming new members and guests.

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!

Lake Altoona County Park - Altoona, WI

The Lowest Pair, Kind Country, Seeger Boys, Ditch Lilies, U.K.E. (Ukulele Klub of Eau Claire), Stringsmiths, North of Dixie. Fiddle contest, family friendly, Kubb, local craft beers & full menu, on the bike trail, free parking, bring a chair or a blanket.

Ymca - Eau Claire, WI

Leaders Club is a national YMCA program which provides club members with opportunities for leadership training, personal growth, service to others, and social development. Leaders will meet every other week with an adult advisor and plan, carry out, and take part in life skills workshops, service learning, volunteer events, academic support, and recreation. This program aims to provide a fun social activity for teens, allowing them to become confident and competent young adults with a sense of belonging in their community. Meetings: Every other Sunday starting October 5th (program to end in May), 2:30-4 pm Ages: 12-18 Fee: $40 program fee for the entire year!

Eagles Club - Chippewa Falls, WI

The Eagles Club will be having a meat raffle on Thursday, September 11. All proceeds will be donated to a local charity. The meats and chocolates are provided by Sokups Meats of Chippewa Falls.

Chippewa Valley Technical College Menomonie - Menomonie, WI

Program Details: The Lean Certification series comprises a series of workshops that include live simulations with a mentored implementation project at your company. This powerhouse combination provides swift and targeted technical competencies custom-fit to your unique needs. The cost savings from your first project typically pay back your investment many times over and promote the next continuous improvement activities. The program includes six sessions beginning Tuesday, March 3, 2015. See website for more details.This program is being hosted by University of Wisconsin-Stout's Professional Education Programs & Services and Stout Manufacturing Outreach Center (MOC).

Chippewa Falls High School - Chippewa Falls, WI

Chi Hi's third annual Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math showcase event connecting Students and Community. Keynote presentation by Dr. Jim Madsen, UW-River Falls in collaboration with ICE CUBE (http://icecube.wisc.edu/) at 5 p.m. in the High School Auditorium. Also including numerous booths, demonstrations, and projects by students and community businesses. Refreshments provided.

The Edge Pub & Eatery - Chippewa Falls, WI

2nd Annual Blugold The Jig is Up Ice Fishing Contest. Saturday, February 21, 6am-1:30pm. New Location at The Edge Pub & Eatery on Lake Wissota. $30,000 in cash and prizes including a 2015 Ice Castle Scout. Prizes awarded, to the top 25 fish by weight and every 5th place thereafter to 400th place so even a small fish can win big! Each participant may register one fish per ticket; tickets are $25 with no limit on the number of tickets an individual can purchase. New this year – prizes for the top fish by weight in each category: northern, walleye, bass, and pan fish. Bigger and better raffle prizes including a 2014 Polaris Sportsman 4-wheeler, raffle tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20! Food and beverages will be available in the heated tent. Parking will be available at The Edge Pub & Eatery and on the ice.All state regulations and bag limits apply to this rule and no person may bring in more than the legal limit of fish allowed, which for this contest includes northern, walleye, pan fish (perch, bluegills, crappies), and bass.Purchase tickets at the following locations:-On-line at www.blugolds.com until 10 a.m. February 20-Mega Foods West-Mega Foods East-Scheels-UWEC McPhee Information Office, 8-4:30pm -UWEC Hilltop Recreation Center Office, 8-4:30pmAll proceeds will support student leadership. Event sponsored by University Recreation and Blugold Athletics along with our title sponsor Scheels. For contest rules and additional information, visit www.blugolds.com or contact Andy Jepsen at 715-836-2176.

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