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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BLOOD DRIVE AT CVM
November 1st, 2021 | 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Donate blood at CVM. All blood donors will be considered our guests and be able to view the museum’s exhibits. Visit redcrossblood.org and use the sponsor code “Chippewa Valley Museum” to register today.
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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.
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Presented at the Schlegelmilch House | 517 S. Farwell
Oct 1-31 on Wed, Fri-Sun by Tactical Escape 101
Uncover the Tale of the Basement in just 60 minutes. This new Escape Room designed by Tactical Escape 101 is set in the Schleglemilch House basement. Play the game with 2-10 players (best with 6-8 players). Cost: $100 for 2-4, additional players $25 ea. Minimum age: 12.
*** Reservations must be made in advance online at Tactical Escape 101.
***Not Handicapped accessible
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Our galleries tell the stories of significant events in the Chippewa Valley and create distinct and intentional dialogues about objects, individuals, and history.