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2014 COFFEE HOUSE & SILENT AUCTION UUCQC & HERSONG PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Quad Cities   
Friday, 21 February 2014 10:16

2014 COFFEE HOUSE & SILENT AUCTION

MARCH 7 & 8 – DOORS OPEN 6 PM; PERFORMANCE STARTS 7 PM

Tickets are $10/Night  MUSIC, FOOD, AUCTION, DRINKS

 

PERFORMERS

MARCH 7                                                                   MARCH 8

7PM  JASON MOULTON & OLIVIA                        MAUPENEIE LELAULU [PENDING]

730    STEVE BURKE                                                ZIWEI REN

755    BREAK                                                            BREAK 

810   ROSE N' THORNS                                          BRINDIN SAWYER

840   LOJO RUSSO                                                 MOULTON HILL TRIO

910    BOB & KYOKO NAKAMARU                       SOMETHIN' ELSE

930   BREAK                                                            BREAK

945   HERSONG                                                       PETE SEEGER TRIBUTE

1012  PETE SEEGER TRIBUTE                             RYAN ESPE & FRIENDS

1045  GREEN VALLEY REJECTS                         BOB & KYOKO NAKAMARU 

 
ISU Scott County Extension Calendar PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Amanda Heitz   
Thursday, 20 February 2014 16:44
March 21, 2014 Pesticide Applicator Testing, Scott County Extension Office, 10:00-2:00 pm

March 25, 2014 Scott County Extension Council Meeting, Scott County Extension Office, 7:00 pm

March 26, 2014 Certified Handlers, Scott County Extension Office, 9:00-11:30 am

Visit our events calendar at our web site: http://dbs.extension.iastate.edu/calendar/

 
Davenport pub marks 10 years with Iowa's Largest St. Patrick's Day Celebration PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Dan Kelly   
Thursday, 20 February 2014 08:48

Kelly's Irish Pub sets 10th annual Largest St. Pat's party in Iowa; expects 20,000+ to celebrate over 4 days in 13,000sf heated tent space.

DAVENPORT, IOWA — Kelly's Irish Pub and Eatery, located at 2222 E. 53rd St., Davenport, IA, since 2004, will host its tenth annual St. Patrick's Day Festival over four days, Friday March 14 through St. Patrick's Day, Monday, March 17, 2014.

As always there is no charge for admittance to the event.

The weekend’s festivities kick off Friday at noon, with Irish dancers, and live music in the expanded west tent.

Saturday, doors open at 6:00 a.m. and continue through the day. To accommodate the Skydiving Leprechauns, the Irish Dancers, an ice drink luge, a magician, a spinning shot chair, a juggler, family-friendly games, and 12 hours of live music [lineup below], Kelly's has increased the size of the West Tent for a total of 13,000 square feet of heated tent space. The festivities will also include a Foto Favors photo booth. Over the weekend, Kelly's expects to serve more than 100 kegs of green beer and more than a ton of corned beef. Mississippi River Distilling Company - made locally in LeClaire, Iowa, will be pouring a Kelly's Irish Pub & Eatery Signature Drink, the "Skydiving Leprechaun." Kelly's will also be featuring the Jameson Irish Car Bomb express and a Jameson bar in the west tent, featuring specialty drinks.

Sunday will feature a breakfast/brunch in the side tent, Celtic music with Greenmore, Irish Dancers and acoustic music.

Monday: Preparations and final planning are still ongoing forMonday. Look for more information soon.

In the spirit of community, and to continue a nine year tradition of safe, fun St. Patrick's Day celebrations, Kelly's will be offering a free shuttle service Saturday to make sure people get home safely.

Great food has always been a great tradition at Kelly's and over this year's three-day celebration, the Kelly's team will serve up over two thousand pounds of slow-cooked corned beef, either as a sandwich or as a traditional corned beef and cabbage dinner, complete with roasted red potatoes. New for this year's St. Pat's event, will be corned beef nachos in a commemorative helmet.

The event has consistently been growing since its inception in 2005 and Kelly's owner Dan Kelly says he is expecting up to 20,000 attendees this year. ”There is no fee for admission, and plenty of nearby parking.” Says Kelly, “In addition to an enthusiastic local following, we are seeing folks coming in from the entire region, from as far away as Milwaukee and St. Louis. It's become a regional draw to the Quad Cities.”

Event Schedule - Live Entertainment:

FRIDAY
Noon Doors Open
5:00 Mayer School of Irish Dance
6:00 Fickle Filly and the Haymakers
8:45 Superfly Samurai
10:00 Buzzkill 2.0

SATURDAY (Main Tent)
6:00am Doors Open
7:00 Lucy Charms Breakfast Bar
9:00 Irish Spring Soap Giveaway
10:30 Mayer School of Irish Dance
11:45 Acoustic Music - Jim Ryan
1:00 Acoustic Music - Chuck Murphy
1:00 Dean Franzen -Juggler
2:00 Magician Mark Yeager
2:15 QC Rock Academy Student Bands
3:45 Skydiving Leprechauns
4:00 Mayer School of Irish  Dance
5:00 Wicked Liz & the Bellyswirls
6:15 North of 40
7:30 Cosmic
9:00 Third Rail
10:45 Dirt Road Rockers
SATURDAY (Side Tent)
4:00 Doug Brundies
More TBA

SUNDAY (Side Tent)
9:30 Doors open
10:00-2:00 Breakfast/Brunch in the Tent
11:00 Greenmore Celtic Band
1:30 Mayer School of Irish Dance
2:30 Greg and Rich - Acoustic Duo

MONDAY (Side Tent)
TBA

Note: Live entertainment start times are an estimate only and subject to change. The Skydiving Leprechauns will not jump if weather conditions are not optimal.

About Kelly's: Opened in 2004, Kelly's has always been proud of its tradition of great food and great service by a friendly staff in a comfortable atmosphere. With a diverse menu ranging from burgers and pub food to salmon and salads, fried items are hand battered and breaded to order, queso dip and soups are made from scratch, in-house. With 12 flat-screen TV's and a 106-inch big screen, this Irish pub is perfect for watching all the sports action in a family-friendly atmosphere.

Like everyone says: "Kelly's IS Patrick's Day!"

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See Green in the Quad Cities PDF Print E-mail
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Written by QCCVB   
Wednesday, 19 February 2014 11:43

It's the running o' the green at the annual CASI St. Patrick's Day Races on Saturday, March 15, starting at the River Music Experience, 129 Main St. in downtown Davenport, Iowa, with a 1 mile family fun run/walk and a 5K race beginning at 9 am.

You'll be done with the run in plenty of time to see the annual Grand Parade on Saturday with floats, bands, and family clans. The parade starts at 11:30 a.m. in downtown Rock Island, Ill. The parade proceeds through Rock Island to the Centennial Bridge, and then crosses the bridge over the Mississippi River and marches into downtown Davenport, Iowa.

Immediately following the parade, a Post Parade Bash is held at the RiverCenter, 136 E. 3rd St. in downtown Davenport from 1-4:30 p.m. Entry to the Post Parade Bash is by membership, with $15 memberships available at the door. The Bash includes food, drink, and entertainment.

There is a free Kid's Craft Day at the John Deere Pavilion in downtown Moline on Saturday, March 15 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. John Deere Pavilion celebrates the American heartland from the first horse-drawn plow to the latest modern-day combines and tractors that people can climb on and sit in the cab. The whole family can enjoy interactive, hands-on computer displays.

CSI: The Experience opens March 1 at the Putnam Museum, 1717 West 12th Street in Davenport, Iowa. This traveling exhibit immerses guests in hands-on science while leading them through the challenge of solving a crime featuring guidance from the CBS show's characters. Through hands-on activities with real equipment, as well as multi-media presentations, guests will understand different science fields' role in cracking crimes. Exhibition hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 12 Noon to 5 p.m.

The Figge Art Museum in Davenport, Iowa, takes you into the beautiful world of glass blowing and glass sculpture with four exhibits including: Kids Design Glass with kid's mythical monsters come to life in glass sculptures; Katja Loher: Videoplanet – Orchestra where videos are projected on suspended weather balloons and glass bubbles; Landscape, a floor-to-ceiling landscape created of glass; and Roman Glass Works showcasing the art of ancient Roman glassblowing.

The Family Museum, 2900 Learning Campus Drive in Bettendorf, Iowa, completed its final phase of its new permanent exhibit galleries. The ThinkShop is a place where families and children use real tools in a supervised setting to build one-of-a-kind inventions in a highly-interactive, hands-on space. Through the use of real building materials and recycled components, kids can bring ideas to life.

You'll feel a spring in your step as you walk through over 20,000 square feet of blooming flowers, dazzling ponds, waterfalls, and hundreds of garden-related displays by the area's landscape architects and garden designers. Attend seminars by Melinda Myers during the Flower and Garden Show at the QCCA Expo Center, 2621 4th Ave. in Rock Island, Illinois.

Even if the flowers aren't quite blooming outside, you can get a taste of spring at these Quad Cities indoor gardens. The Quad City Botanical Center's impressive 70-feet tall skylight peak in the Sun Garden conservatory offers a breathtaking tropical paradise with hundreds of jungle sized palm trees and exotic tropical plants and flowers in a year-round garden, located at 2525 4th Ave. in Rock Island, Illinois.

The Vander Veer Botanical Park is famous for its numerous floral shows and tropical plants, a tradition of over 100 years. Going on in March is the Spring Floral Show. They're located at 215 W. Central Park in Davenport, Iowa.

 
Meet Producer Don Kempf of Titans of the Ice Age PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Putnam Museum   
Wednesday, 19 February 2014 11:18

Join us Thursday, February 27th for a special showing of

Titans Of The Ice Age 3D

and a one-time chance to meet producer Don Kempf

Show times are 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. followed by a Q & A session with Don after each show.

Tickets: $8.50/adults - $7.50/Seniors/Students/Military - $6.50/Youth
Putnam members receive $1 off listed prices
Purchase tickets by clicking here or call (563) 324-1933.
The Putnam Museum, 1717 West 12th St, Davenport, Iowa

 
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