Classes &
Events Calendar

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We are currently offering the following classes:



Class at St Joe's Hospital

SPOTS Therapists announce Summer Groups now open for registration!
12 AM - 12 PM | Registration is required.
St. Joseph's - Chippewa Falls
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Event at St Joe's Hospital

Steak Fry!
4 - 7 PM | Registration is not required.
KC Hall, Chippewa Falls
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Event at St Joe's Hospital

Live and Laugh Women's Event
5:45 - 8:45 PM | Registration is required.
29 Pines / Sleep Inn & Suites Conference Center
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Grief Support Groups

If you or someone you know experienced the loss of a significant person in your life, the Chippewa County Grief Education Guidance Team is here to help. Their Grief Support Group offers the opportunity for participants to discuss or listen about adjusting to life without their loved one. The ongoing group sessions are free of charge and are facilitated by a collaborative group of grief professionals. The group offers sessionsthe second and fourth Mondays of the month from 6:30 to 8 PM. For those who have experienced the loss of a child, attend the Compassionate Friends support group the third Thursday each month from 6:30 to 8 PM. There is also a six week Spouse Loss Group series available. All sessions are in the St. Clare Conference Center at St. Joseph's Hospital, 2661 Highway I, Chippewa Falls. For more information, call 715-717-7581 or 715-833-2009.

Partners Walking Club

The Partners of St. Joseph's Hospital will help motivate and encourage fitness with the start of the Partners Walking Club beginning in July. The Partners Walking Club is free and will meet every Wednesday at noon at the Duck Pond gazebo in Irvine Park, weather permitting.

Every Wednesday, a member of the Partners of St. Joseph's Hospital will meet for a walk at the Duck Pond. The walk will start as a loop around Old Bear Den Road. The group will stick together for the loop, and afterwards, participants can carry on as they desire.

"The reason we decided to start a Walking Club was not only to encourage fitness, but also to promote connections," says Diane Fish, coordinator of the Partners Walking Club.  "We know being active helps promote good mental health and it's easier to do when you have someone else to join you."   

The program is part of Chippewa Health Improvement Partnership's Compassionate City initiative.

For more information, contact St. Joseph's Hospital's Volunteer Services, 715-717-7939. For more information about CHIP's Compassionate City, visit


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