Carnegnie Museum opening for the 2019 season. Opening Friday April 26, 2019 through October 26, 2019. Regular hours will be Fridays & Saturdays from 12 (Noon) to 4pm.
The Western Wisconsin Women’s Business Center and the Western Dairyland Business Center invite freelancers, entrprenerus, self-employed individuals, and small business owners to attend “Bullet Journal Workshop: facilitated by Aimee Johnson, LMT from 1-2pm at Shift Cyclery & Coffee Bar, 615 Graham Ave, Eau Claire. The fee to attend is $10-includes a journal and refreshments. To register you can either, go to www.successfulbusiness.org, call 715-836-7511 ext. 1174, or in person at the Western Dairyland Office in Eau Claire. Space is limited so pre-registration and payments are required.
2019 Entertainment in the Park- United Voices of Praise Gospel Choir sponsored by Faith Lutheran Church- will perform from 7-8pm. Tune to WWIS Radio-99.7 for cancellations.
Celebrate June Dairy Month at Black River Country Bank with Milk & Cookies & Mary Moo! Come visit from 10am-1pm.
Garden Valley Gatherings will celebrate the Thirsty Thursdays! Doors open at 5pm. Food will be available each week. Follow them on Facebook for Weekly Announcements.
Skyline Golf Course: Wine & Nine will be from 5-8pm. Must sign up before June 24! Limited to the first 36 golfers that sign up! Members and General Public are welcome. Entry fee is $15 (green fee and cart fee are separate). 9 hole scramble-create own foursome. Hole prizes.
Returning to our Brewhouse series! Based out of Duluth, MN, The Brothers Burn Mountain are a soulful, energetic, eclectic duo of real-life brothers, Ryan and Jesse Dermody. They’ve been playing music together everyday as a duo for more than 16 years. They’ve released 8 full-length albums of original music, and have toured across the country over the years, though especially in the Midwest, having played more than 1,400 live shows. Though difficult to try and put their sound into words, some have called it avant-garde blues rock, though basically it is really just good-ol’ rock n’ roll with a very personal and strange twist of bluesy tastes.
Living Waters Wedding, Retreat and Cabin will have Southern Gospel Singing with James Gale at 7pm. Jim Gale is an outstanding person. Even though blind, he’s a talented musician, singer, and has a dynamic testimony that is sure to touch your heart. The concert will be held either outside or in an elegant barn. Bring your friends, a blanket, or folding chair. Cost is free and open the public! Free will donations will be accepted. Located at N9703 MacArthur Road, Hixton, Wi. For more information contact Melanie at 715-797-7937.
Loggers Baseball 2019 Black River Falls Night. More information to come.
The Highground’s Freedom Celebration Day! WWII Living History from 10am-6pm. Red Higgen & Freedom Train at 5pm, Boogie & The Yo-Yo’z at 7pm, and Fireworks at dark! Food available from 10am-9pm. Famous Kokosz Family Raffle! Collecting new socks for Homeless Veterans.
Midwest Hearing Aid Center will be having FREE hearing tests at the Black River Area Chamber of Commerce from 9-4pm. For appointments, call Don at 1-800-781-2836, walk in are also welcome.