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Notes for the Week - November 24th

Shop local and support small businesses this holiday season! Small Business Saturday is an annual shopping day dedicated to supporting locally owned, small businesses.

Downtown Menomonie has shops and boutiques perfect for all of your gifting needs this year. Find great deals, specialty items, and a lot of cheer at our local downtown businesses. (From the Downtown Menomonie Facebook page.)


Wilson Creek Inn was recently featured on America's Best Restaurants. The episode is now up, and you can watch it HERE.


Stokke Trail has been repaved and is open. This trail runs north of Highway 29 to the library. In the winter this portion of the trail is open to walkers. The Red Cedar trail, south of Highway 29 is open for skiing only.


WEAU ran an informative story on Cairn House, the new homeless shelter that just opened, which is already full. Watch it HERE.


LaDeeDah has Mustang mittens!


The Fiber Lab (formerly the Thread Lab - now under a new owner) has great holiday kits and fabrics ready for your winter crafts! Enjoy the latest details and a store tour from Kris in her latest video. This was shared on the Downtown Menomonie Facebook page.


The Menomonie Senior Center announced that Christmas raffle ticket sales are open. Tickets are $1 for 1 ticket or 6 tickets for $5. Get your tickets now for a chance to win some holiday crafts from their gifted crafters.


Both Eau Claire TV stations were in town for the ribbon cutting of La Veracruzana, the new Mexican grocery store that opened in Menomonie. Follow the links to watch - WEAU clip and WQOW clip.


Volume One shared a story about La Veracruzana. You can read it HERE.



45 years ago, 1978...

(clicking on the picture will make it easier to read)


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