River Falls Art's House

Art's House is located at Riverwalk Square, 127 N Main St., River Falls. Image from www.riverfallscab.org

Join local bars, breweries and artists for various events in River Falls this weekend. 

Art's House Gallery Grand Reopening Party

River Falls Community Art Base will be opening Art's House Gallery on Thursday, June 10th with three artists; David Markson Paintings, LeslieAnne VanHouter Artistic Creations and Jill Fritz Jewelry.

There will also be an open house on Saturday, June 12th from 1-3 p.m. at 127 N. Main St. with food, beverages and beautiful artwork. 

Live Music Two Chord Truth - Kyle Koliha

From 6-9 p.m. on Friday, June 11, head to Johnnies Bar for live music with Two Chord Truth, Kyle Koliha. His unique style includes elements of folk, alt-hard, bop and country blues. 

Rush River Brewing Bike Tour

Join Rush River Brewing for its first annual Rush River Brewing Bike Tour. Choose from a 25 mile route or a 50 mile route through western Wisconsin, starting and ending at the brewery.

Registration includes a t-shirt, well-stocked rest stops, course maps and free beer. The ride is on Saturday, June 12 and starts anytime between 7-8:30 a.m.

Nici Peper at Music in The Park

Nici Peper, Minnesota and Wisconsin based singer-song-writer, will be performing this Saturday, June 12 at Music in the Park in Veterans Park. From 4-6 p.m enjoy Peper’s music influenced by gospel music and a family of storytellers.

Music in the Park

Steve Lehto and John Wright perform during a past River Falls Music in the Park. This year the event is back with a new schedule and a diverse lineup. Submitted photo 

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