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12.03

Christmas in the

Christmas in the City

12.08

The Second City's

The Second City's Holidazed &

12.09

Leinenkugel's Ugly

Leinenkugel's Ugly Sweater

12.10

Leinenkugel's 150th

Leinenkugel's 150th Book

12.31

Light Up Eau Claire

Light Up Eau Claire New Year's

12.31

New Year's Eve

New Year's Eve Trampoline Park

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Play & Win at Carson Park

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Dickey's BBQ

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Kids
Kids

KIDS

Many locals say they moved to Eau Claire (or stayed here) because it’s a great place to raise a family. Well, they’re right! The family-friendly opportunities and activities in Eau Claire are seemingly endless! With options in Downtown Eau Claire like the Children’s Museum or in Northside Eau Claire like High Rollers inline skating, locals never run out of fun activities for the whole family!

The Children’s Museum of Eau Claire is surprising, educational and extremely entertaining! It is fun for all ages from toddler to age 10, but older kids and adults are sure to have a blast too. From playing in the shadow room to crawling through the giant digestive system, building houses to playing cashier at the grocery store, the fun is never-ending. The downtown location provides a convenient stop during a day of Eau Claire adventures! Eau Claire native Lila Olstadt, age 9, says her favorite part is the giant tongue!

One of the Chippewa Valley’s most treasured attributes is its rich history and heritage. Not only are the stories of how the Chippewa Valley has evolved over the centuries interesting and educational, they are also inspiring. An enjoyable experience for all ages, the Chippewa Valley Museum is located in Carson Park, close to many other family-friendly opportunities. Don’t forget to stop by the old fashioned ice cream parlor for some tasty sweets!

Sisters Esme and Lila, ages 9 and 6, both claim that the Fun Dye Factory is their favorite part about living in Eau Claire! Quick, fun and especially memorable, Fun Dye Factory is located near the river in downtown Eau Claire and is a perfect place to spend a rainy day! With tie-dying options ranging from t-shirts and dresses to hats and socks, as well as more than 20 tie-dye design options, the opportunities are endless. Esme said she’s bringing her new tank top to summer camp next week!

In Eau Claire, living like a local sometimes means living like a lumberjack! Paul Bunyan Logging Camp, located in Carson Park, brings you back to the 1890’s lumber days with replica buildings of a barn, a blacksmith shop and a bunkhouse. While Esme and Lila, ages 9 and 6, enjoyed the whole experience, they couldn’t WAIT to get to the playroom where you can slide on Paul’s pancake griddle, chop down trees with your lumberjack knowledge and send logs up an old sawmill.