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Wednesday, June 22 Trimbelle Nature Day, 1-3 p.m., Trimbelle Rec Area on County Road O. Join thule Ellsworth Public Library for a day hiking, learning about water, creating art and enjoying nature. …

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Wednesday, June 22

Trimbelle Nature Day, 1-3 p.m., Trimbelle Rec Area on County Road O. Join thule Ellsworth Public Library for a day hiking, learning about water, creating art and enjoying nature. Watch a live trout count by the Wisconsin DNR.

Thursday, June 23

Summer Park Program, 3-4 p.m., Prescott Lions Public Square Park (across from Prescott Middle School). For ages 9-14. Each week a local organization will host an activity (or more) for kids. Connect with friends and have fun. The program is free thanks to weekly sponsors. Check the Facebook event page (Prescott Summer Park Program) for information on each week’s activities and if there are any cancellations.

Music in the Park, 7 p.m., River Falls City Hall Plaza (222 Lewis St., River Falls). Community Arts Base presents the Roe Family Singers, a contemporary take on old-time, traditional and gospel tunes rolled into one roiling and rollicking river of fresh yet familiar American music. Thursday, June 23 & Friday, June 24 SOS Garage Sale, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. June 23 and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 24, Plum City Legion Hall. Friday, June 24 Maiden Rock Picnic, Maiden Rock Village Park, 5 p.m. Food and games will be provided by the Maiden Rock Rockets 4-H Club, along with free popcorn and fireworks at dusk. Sponsored by Maiden Rock Area Merchants Association, Maiden Rock Rockets and Boothill Pyrotechnics.

Friday, June 24 & Saturday, June 25 Cheese Curd Festival, East End Park, Ellsworth. Free admission, free parking and free shuttles. Celebrate Ellsworth’s designation as the Cheese Curd Capital of Wisconsin with multiple tastings, live music, food vendors, marketplace, classic car show, block party, cheese curd eating contest and more. Visit cheesecurdfestival.com for a full list of events. Thursday, June 30 Summer Fun Series, 4-7 p.m., East End Park, Ellsworth. Browse a variety of farm, artisan and craft vendors at the Ellsworth Farmers Market, enjoy food from local food trucks, take part in family friendly activities and listen to live music from local bands and musicians. Summer Park Program, 3-4 p.m., Prescott Lions Public Square Park (across from Prescott Middle School). For ages 9-14. Each week a local organization will host an activity (or more) for kids. Connect with friends and have fun. The program is free thanks to weekly sponsors. Check the Facebook event page (Prescott Summer Park Program) for information on each week’s activities and if there are any cancellations.

Music in the Park, 7 p.m., Veterans Park, downtown River Falls. Community Arts Base presents River Falls native Shalo Lee, a high-energy femalefronted southern rock band. Monday, July 4 SV 4th of July, sponsored by the SV Chamber of Commerce. Youth baseball games begin at 1 p.m., followed by Legion vs. SV Adults at 8 p.m. The American Legion will serve brats, hotdogs, pop, Gatorade, and water. The American Legion Auxiliary will have baked goods and root beer floats. Fireworks begin at dusk at the SV football field. Wednesday, July 6 Prescott American Legion Post 61 regular meeting, 7 p.m., 710 Pearl St. Thursday, July 7 Throwback Thursday Outdoor Movie Night, 9 p.m., Spring Valley Public Library (E121 Second St.) Showing “The Parent Trap.” Summer Fun Series, 4-7 p.m., East End Park, Ellsworth. Browse a variety of farm, artisan and craft vendors at the Ellsworth Farmers Market, enjoy food from local food trucks, take part in family friendly activities and listen to live music from local bands and musicians. Taste of River Falls, 4-8 p.m., Forestville Vines (W8101 690th Ave., River Falls). Support local businesses; sample beer, wine and spirits from all five wineries and breweries (around RF); eat delicious food from local eateries, listen to live music, purchase local products, visit with local nonprofits and enjoy games and fun activities. Summer Park Program, 3-4 p.m., Prescott Lions Public Square Park (across from Prescott Middle School). For ages 9-14. Each week a local organization will host an activity (or more) for kids. Connect with friends and have fun. The program is free thanks to weekly sponsors. Check the Facebook event page (Prescott Summer Park Program) for information on each week’s activities and if there are any cancellations. Thursday, July 7-Sunday, July 10 River Falls Days, “There’s No Place Like Home.” Grab your ruby slippers and start planning your parade float! Friday, July 8 & Saturday, July 9 Fourth Annual Olson Tractor Restoration Antique Tractor Show & Farm Toy Show, 4 p.m., Olson Tractor (912 W. Winter Ave., Elmwood). All brands of tractors are welcome and represented along with many amazing toy displays. Free admission and parking. Concessions onsite by local 4-H clubs. Saturday, July 9 AMA Motoclimb Super Series, 4 p.m., Valley Springs Hill Climb (N2105 County Road EE, Bay City.) Pro Hillclimb event with racing starting at 4 p.m. We will finish under the lights! Food and beer onsite, bring a lawn chair and enjoy the evening. Art’s House Gallery Open House, 1-3 p.m., Art’s House Gallery (Riverwalk Square, 127 N. Main St., River Falls). Gallery opening of new exhibit created to support Ukraine children. All art is created by local artists. The funds raised will be contributed to a school for Ukrainian children.

Thursday, July 14 Red Cross Blood Drive, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., River Falls American Legion Post 121 (701 N. Main St., River Falls). For an appointment, call Judy at 715-760-1144.

Summer Park Program, 3-4 p.m., Prescott Lions Public Square Park (across from Prescott Middle School). For ages 9-14. Each week a local organization will host an activity (or more) for kids. Connect with friends and have fun. The program is free thanks to weekly sponsors. Check the Facebook event page (Prescott Summer Park Program) for information on each week’s activities and if there are any cancellations. Summer Fun Series, 4-7 p.m., East End Park, Ellsworth. Browse a variety of farm, artisan and craft vendors at the Ellsworth Farmers Market, enjoy food from local food trucks, take part in family friendly activities and listen to live music from local bands and musicians. Music in the Park, 7 p.m., Veterans Park, downtown River Falls. Community Arts Base presents High & Rising, Folk Americana with a newgrass touch. Friday, July 15-Sunday, July 17 Plum City Summerfest, features grand parade, baseball tournaments, kids’ fishing contest, and more.

Tuesday, July 19 Kids from Wisconsin, 7 p.m., Melvin Wall Amphitheatre, UWRiver Falls campus (rain site: Hunt Arena). Part of the Chill on the Hill concert series. The Kids Big Bang Boom Tour will highlight the eclectic fads, explosive dance crazes and bands that have burst forth on the music scene. Grilled food, ice cream and beverage available for purchase.

Thursday, July 21 Cookout Conversations, 6-7:30 p.m., DeSanctis Park (Glover Schoolhouse), 1625 De-Sanctis Place. The City of River Falls Mayor Cookout Conversations are back! Grab a pop and hotdog (or veggie dog) and get to know your city councilmembers.

Summer Fun Series, 4-7 p.m., East End Park, Ellsworth. Browse a variety of farm, artisan and craft vendors at the Ellsworth Farmers Market, enjoy food from local food trucks, take part in family friendly activities and listen to live music from local bands and musicians. Music in the Park, 7 p.m., Veterans Park, downtown River Falls. Community Arts Base presents Tommy Bentz Band, bluesy jazz rock. Summer Park Program, 3-4 p.m., Prescott Lions Public Square Park (across from Prescott Middle School). For ages 9-14. Each week a local organization will host an activity (or more) for kids. Connect with friends and have fun. The program is free thanks to weekly sponsors. Check the Facebook event page (Prescott Summer Park Program) for information on each week’s activities and if there are any cancellations. Sunday, July 24 Beldenville Old Car Club 44th Annual Car Show & Swap Meet, gates open at 8 a.m. (rain or shine), Pierce County Fairgrounds (364 N. Maple St., Ellsworth). Car show (16 classes, dash plaque for first 500, trophies at 3 p.m.), car corral, farm toy show, swap meet, collector and antique tractors, breakfast and lunch available, music by Rock-Man 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is $5 (12 and younger free). Call John at 715-273-5552, Lenny at 715-273-3390 or Jeff at 715-220-5724 with questions.