Welcome to Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin located in western Wisconsin approximately 70 miles from the Minnesota/Wisconsin border.
Fall colors are nearly at peak and with this rain/wind peak color is predicted within now through OCtober 7. Click here to request your fall driving guide today or click here to learn more about the fall color vacation package.
9/27 to 10/4
Scarecrow Makin' Days & Contest
At Down To Earth Garden Center, in Eau Claire. Saturday, September 27th and October 4th 10:00 am - Eau Claire.Your fall decorating isn’t complete without a scarecrow! Bring in some old, funky clothes, boots, hats & other fashion accessories to create a prized scarecrow. We’ll provide the straw and clean up the mess! Post pictures of your scarecrows on our Facebook page for all to enjoy and be inspired. A prize will be awarded to the person who creates the most unique scarecrow!More Information »
Paint the Town Pink
4-7 pm. Downtown Chippewa Falls. Over 30 participating businesses, food, wine tasting, sales, and much more.More Information »
Terrarium Miniature Garden Workshop at Down To Earth Garden Center
5:00 pm. Build your own; only pay for what you take home.Come discover why terrariums are growing so popular and how they are a great way to get kids excited about gardening. Bring your own container or purchase one here.More Information »
10/3 to 10/31
Dust on My Boots
October 3-31, 2014. Artist Reception: Friday, October 3, 7-9pm at Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls. During the month of October 2014, the Heyde Center for the Arts in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire will be hosing "Dust on My Boots", a veteran's only visual arts exhibition featuring veteran's artwork from around the midwest. The exhibit will who that art can be a medium by which veterans who have been in conflict zones can talk about their struggles returning to civilian life, post-traumatic stress disorder, and their experiences in the military and/or war. Admission: FREE.Sponsored by the William and Gertrude Casper Foundation.More Information »
Parade of Colors Fall Hike on the Ice Age Trail
Obey Ice Age Interpretive Center, 13394 County Highway M, New Auburn WI 54757, This annual hike begins at the Chippewa Moraine Visitors Center between 9am and 11am. Several hike options will be available and include a shuttle, refreshments, and fun. For information call 715-967-2164.More Information »
Annual Booya & Fall Festival
1:00 am - 3:00 pm at Beaver Creek Reserve, S1 Cty Road K, Fall Creek. Mark your calendars to attend this fun-filled family event complete with mouth-watering booya, food, hikes and other activities.More Information »