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I went to college in Eau Claire for the past 4.5 years. The university does a great job to encourage acceptance, individuality, and diversity. I have especially seen the push to increase the cultural diversity of the university in the past couple years. Outside of the school, the general atmosphere promotes getting out and about and exploring the area. Eau Claire has a lot to offer because it has different areas that cater to certain interests: Water Street is more of a party/younger atmosphere, downtown Eau Claire is very hip and cultural, and the mall area is fun for shopping and eating out. I'd definitely settle down here in the future. I love that the river and bike paths along the river provide great outdoor activities, as well as the many parks. Speaking of which - the parks host great live music and farmers markets throughout the warmer seasons, which is awesome!
Eau Claire is a great place to grow up and go to school. There is so much to do, especially for families. The people here are all very friendly and willing to help if you need a hand. We have awesome parks and rivers to go tubing on. The city is growing and adding so many new restaurants, shops and local businesses. Check out the summer concert series at Phoenix Park and the amazing Farmers Market downtown. I think you will love it here. Come visit!
I moved to Eau Claire, WI to attend college. Though it was just "the town I went to school in," six years later I consider it my home. There are so many aspects of Eau Claire that make me love living here. Summer, fall, winter, spring brings multiple events that I make sure I attend. Summer is filled with outdoor music concerts, the farmer's market, and local vendors selling their arts and crafts. Eau Claire welcomes in fall with beautiful colored leaves lining the Putnam Trail making it a scenic walk, run, or bike route. When winter comes around, downtown is filled with sparkling lights and holiday music floods the streets. With warmer weather, spring rolls in with the annual Eau Claire Full and Half Marathon. This brings many runners in from the Midwest to compete. These are my favorite parts of Eau Claire, each part making the city connected.