June 2019

Wed Jun 5

Movie Screening of the play Chippewa Falls 1869

This is a video-taped version of the original 90 minute play, Chippewa Falls 1869: The Musical.

Chippewa Falls was incorporated as a city in 1869, just four years after the Civil War ended. There were daunting challenges to be met: a major flood, a massive log jam, a devastating downtown fire, and a logging war with a rival lumber company. The city founders were resourceful, brave and hard-working, but who knew they sang so well!?! If you missed seeing the live production, make sure you come to the screening of the video produced by Bill Olson of Iconostar.

Concessions will be available for sale. No cost for admission.

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Thu Jun 13

Pioneers at The Falls: The Chippewa Falls Saga

Cash Bar starting at 11:30 am, Lunch at 12:00 pm, Show at 1:00 pm

The story of early Chippewa Falls is told in word, song and projected visuals at the historic Heyde Center for the Arts by balladeer Jerry Way. You will be treated to a relaxing journey to Chippewa Falls of yesteryear as this dramatic one-man show explores the lives of such legendary names as Cadott, Brunet, Allen, Pound, Leinenkugel, Irvine and McDonell.

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Tue Jun 18
Tue Aug 13

​Chill on the Hill

An early introduction of children to the arts and culture through the offering of forty-five minute presentations of various arts and cultural activities during the summer. The target age group is 4 - 10 years of age.

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