As a group for people with early- to mid-stage memory loss and their care partners, the Stand in the Light Memory Choir often surprises audience members at their concerts.
The Chippewa Valley Book Festival Young Writers Showcase has named 15 winners of the event’s writing competition for grades three through 8.
To help explain how cohesive a bond TU Dance and Bon Iver formed as they worked on “Come Through,” one of the co-creators provided an illustrative story about a meeting at Justin Vernon’s April Base studios.
Under any circumstances, the TU Dance-Bon Iver collaboration “Come Through” would be a special event for a performing arts venue to host. But that’s exponentially true for Pablo Center at the Confluence.
Minneapolis-based orchestral indie rock band We Are the Willows will perform Saturday at The Plus, 208 S. Barstow St.
Clear Water Comedy presents Hari Kondabolu for an all-ages show from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesday at The Plus, 208 S. Barstow St.
“Curious Points of View: Ink Drawings of Structures and Nature,” an art exhibit by Janice Roberts, can be seen through Jan. 6 at L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library, 400 Eau Claire St.
Moscow Ballet has announced the names of local children who will perform in their "Great Russian Nutcracker" production Wednesday, Nov. 27, at Pablo Center at the Confluence, 128 Graham Ave.
Americana band Them Coulee Boys will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Pablo Center at the Confluence's Jamf Theatre, 128 Graham Ave.
The Eau Claire Chamber Orchestra will perform works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Gustav Holst at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Pablo Center at the Confluence's Jamf Theatre, 128 Graham Ave.
The opening celebration of the exhibit "The Power of Children: Making a Difference" will be from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Chippewa Valley Museum, 1204 E. Half Moon Drive.
It might seem as though the Eau Claire Children’s Theatre’s latest production came gift wrapped for the holiday season.
ALMA -- The musical group Bardmageddon will perform at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Castlerock Museum, 402 S. Second St.
The Eau Claire World Film Festival stays true to the title’s international orientation. But works from the Chippewa Valley and other parts of Wisconsin will light up the screen as well.
"The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)" will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Pablo Center at the Confluence's RCU Theatre, 128 Graham Ave.
The “Writers Read” series will offer an open mic at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, at L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library, 400 Eau Claire St.
The production "Cuentos: Tales from the Latino World" will be presented at 3 p.m. Saturday in Pablo Center at the Confluence's Jamf Theatre, 128 Graham Ave.
The UW-Eau Claire music and theater arts department will present a choral showcase concert at 2 p.m. Sunday in Pablo Center at the Confluence's RCU Theatre, 128 Graham Ave.
MENOMONIE — The UW-Stout University Theatre’s latest production, “The Elephant Man,” is about “the other,” according to director Paul Calenberg.
AUGUSTA -- “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald: The Ship, the Storm, and the Song” will be presented by professor Steve Ackerman from 2 to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Augusta Memorial Public Library, 113 N. Stone St.
ALMA -- Gary Schlosstein, founder of the Castlerock Museum, will present a program at 2 p.m. Saturday at the museum, 402 S. Second St.
Gatsby’s Gala, a 1920s-themed party, will return for its sixth installment at 7 p.m. Friday in UW-Eau Claire’s Davies Center.
Bobby Jo Valentine, an award-winning gay Christian singer-songwriter and storyteller, will perform at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Ecumenical Religious Center, 110 Garfield Ave., on the UW-Eau Claire campus.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — The Heyde Center for the Arts is turning 20 years old, but in the view of executive director Deb Johnson, “We’re like a young 20 years old.”
The Chippewa Valley Theatre Guild will present the Mitch Albom comedy, "Duck Hunter Shoots Angel," beginning this week at The Grand Theatre, 102 W. Grand Ave.
Ten artists have been honored in the Confluence of Art annual exhibition, "Homecoming," in the James W. Hansen Gallery at Pablo Center at the Confluence, 128 Graham Ave.
Rest assured that when Suzy Bogguss presents two concerts this weekend in this part of Wisconsin, the country music star will play the hits that have helped her sell 4 million records. She also expects to sing songs written so recently they’re not on even on an album yet.
MENOMONIE — Gnash, who has two top 10 hits, a new album and millions of followers on Spotify, will perform Wednesday at UW-Stout.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — “Neither Wolf Nor Dog,” a Native American film based on the award-winning novel by Kent Nerburn, will screen at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 S. High St.
Adrian Klenz already has made his mark as a strong blues and jazz singer. His solo debut album presents how much more he has to say as a musician and a songwriter.
Postmodern Jukebox will perform at 7:30 p.m. in Pablo Center at the Confluence's RCU Theatre, 128 Graham Ave.
"Sound and Stories: Toil and Trouble" will be presented at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29, in Pablo Center at the Confluence's Clearwater Recital Hall, 128 Graham Ave.
Cellist Paul R. Kosower and pianist Kuang-Hao Huang will present two concerts this week:
Folk music duo Lou and Peter Berryman will perform at 7 p.m. Saturday at L.E. Phillips Senior Center, 1616 Bellinger St.
Backtrack, an award-winning a cappella vocal ensemble based in New York City, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts, 205 Main St., E., Menomonie.
A cappella group Blue Jupiter will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 S. High St., Chippewa Falls.
UW-Eau Claire’s Foster Gallery announces its new exhibition, “Special Meanings,” which features select pieces from the LaBelle Miller Southwest Pottery Collection. Donated to the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Foundation in 2017, the collection features about 400 pieces of Native America…
The 20th Chippewa Valley Book Festival presents an expansive number of programs. So it’s easy to imagine the sheer number of possibilities that ultimately are trimmed to create this celebration of the written word that features events around west-central Wisconsin.
MENOMONIE -- Chad Lewis will present "Legends and Lore of Winter," strange tales for the darkest days of the year, at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Menomonie Public Library, 600 Wolske Bay Road.
NEILLSVILLE -- The Silver Dome Ballroom will present an evening called Five Great Bands for Five Lousy Bucks on Saturday at the historic venue five miles west of Neillsville on U.S. 10.
The Friends of the L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library in Eau Claire are sponsoring their seventh annual Riddle Me Readers book hunt in the youth services area from Sunday through Saturday, Oct. 26, to celebrate National Friends of Libraries Week.
Stephen Sondheim’s theatrical examination of love and commitment stays relevant — changing technology notwithstanding.
The Chippewa Valley Jazz Orchestra will feature the music of a single artist to open the group’s 10th anniversary season. But you couldn’t call that focus limiting, considering the versatility of singer-pianist-composer-actor Harry Connick Jr.
The Chippewa Valley Museum is partnering with Tactical Escape 101 to offer a seasonal escape room in its historic Schlegelmilch House, 517 S. Farwell St.
Nationally renowned artists in the realms of Americana, rock and Native American music will perform in the coming weeks at Pablo Center at the Confluence’s RCU Theatre, 128 Graham Ave.
Peter Phippen, Victoria Shoemaker and Tiit Raid will present improvisational music from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Galaudet Gallery, 618 S Farwell St.
Rebecca Makkai has won prestigious accolades for “The Great Believers,” her novel chronicling the AIDS epidemic’s early days in 1980s Chicago. But a compliment she has received quietly from particular readers at book signings especially pleases her.
The Master Singers are embracing a challenge for the opening concert of their 27th season.