The Genealogical Research Society of Eau Claire (GRSEC) is a non-profit, education society dedicated to the preservation of genealogy and genealogical sources in the Eau Claire area. Meetings are held on the second Saturday of every month from September through May at the Chippewa Valley Museum in Carson Park.
Chippewa Valley Railroad
The Chippewa Valley Railroad (CVRR) offers rides in/on wooden 1880 passenger style coaches pulled by 1/4 scale steam and diesel locomotives. Chippewa Valley Railroad Association offers train rides on their mini train replica during the summer months through a scenic woods by half-moon lake.
Historic Preservation Foundation
The purpose of this group is to engage in activities that educate and encourage people to enjoy the cultural heritage contained represented in Eau Claire's buildings. This is accomplished through the preservation, restoration and revitalization of historic properties located in the Eau Claire area.
Chippewa Valley Learning In Retirement
Offers educational classes, trips, and tours to retired members of the Chippewa Valley.
Visit Eau Claire
sharing information about Eau Claire events and businesses, answering questions and discussing exciting and entertaining topics while creating a fun and collaborative environment for everyone.
LE Phillips Memorial Public Library
Clearwater Fiber Guild
The Clearwater Fiber Guild meets the second saturday of each month at the Chippewa Valley Museum. This informal group enjoys a passion for fibers and yarn, and gathers for show and tell, technique discussion, and demonstrations. Visitors are welcome.
Tree City Guild of Rug Hook Crafters
The Tree City Guild Rug Hook Crafters meet weekly on Tuesdays at the Chippewa Valley Museum. Rug hook crafters use a cutter to prepare strips of material, mainly wool, which are then hooked to monk's cloth set on a frame. The Tree City Guild welcomes new members.