The Nostalgia Awakens
The Nostalgia Awakens is a travelling exhibit featuring EVERY action figure toy made by Kenner Toys from 1978-1985 based on the original three Star Wars movies. The display includes 100 unique action figures (every figure ever made), dozens more action figures that populate the vehicles and playsets, 5 larger creatures, 19 vehicles, and 13 playsets. Audiences young and old recognize familiar faces, spaceships, and scenes from the beloved original Trilogy.
Oct. 16th - Dec. 31st
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Collecting the Valley Series 2
Chippewa Valley Museum presents Series 3 of Collecting the Valley. Spend an evening with a presenter who will take you on a journey through time through their various collections. In this series you'll get a look at aviation history, growing up in the 50s, and old Meridean. Join us for the whole series, or pick a single presentation.
Nov 16 | Dec 21 | Jan 18Learn More
Gingerbread House Display & Contest
This year’s contest includes both an in person and a virtual option. The hybrid Gingerbread Display will run December 4th through 18th online at cvmuseum.com and in person at the museum in Carson Park.
Register your entry by Nov. 20thLearn More
Presented at the Schlegelmilch House | 517 S. Farwell
November - January on Wed, Fri-Sun by Tactical Escape 101
It’s Christmas Eve & you’ve been locked in your room by the Elf on the Shelf. He’s made a mess of the presents & Christmas as a whole. Can you put things right and escape in time for Christmas morning? 2-8 players. 1 adult minimum. (For groups larger than 8 and up to 12, please call). Cost: $100 for 2-4, additional players $25 each.
*** Reservations must be made in advance online at Tactical Escape 101.
***Not Handicapped accessible
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