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 Fun Christmas season events in Eau Claire

We pick three

Story by Liam Flake, Staff Writer
December 12, 2022
Erdmann said buying a Santa Paw can seem like a very small thing, but spending $5 or $10 on a Santa Paw makes a world of difference for the animals and staff at the shelter.

Santa Paws Kickoff 2022

Story by Maggie O'Brien , Currents Editor
November 21, 2022
A wide array of crafts and gifts were sold at the bazaar

Local Church Community Puts on Bazaar

Story by Winter Heffernan, Staff Writer
October 11, 2022
Various music groups from UW-Eau Claire perform at the Pablo Center during the 45th annual holiday concert. Each group played two to three pieces total,  with 26 pieces performed in total.

Holiday tunes at the Pablo Center

Story by Robin Armagost, Copy Editor
December 12, 2019
A twinkling snowflake says hello at the corner of Eau Claire Street and Grand Avenue.

Eau Claire lights up for the holidays

Story by Alanna Huggett, Staff Writer
December 13, 2018
At Pinehurst Park’s Winter After Hours, attendees can pick up a pair of ice skates to use the skating rink or full size hockey rink.

Winter festivities begin in Eau Claire

Story by Lea Kopke, Freelance Writer
November 27, 2018

Gluten-free Thanksgiving

Story by Bridget Kelley, Freelance Writer
November 9, 2018
Emilee Wentland, a fourth-year journalism major and editor-in-chief of The Spectator, celebrated spooky season as a scarecrow this year.

Costumes of Eau Claire

Story by Madeline Fuerstenberg, Freelance Writer
November 1, 2018
The Tator

The Tator

Story by Ryan Huling, Staff Writer
October 31, 2018
All sections of the Eau Claire music and theater department worked together to carry out a concert on Sunday.

Concert shares festive spirit with community

Story by Jessie Meyen, Staff Writer
December 5, 2017
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