Hosted by Mandala Integrative Medicine, this one-day event is designed to inspire the improvement of work-life balance, growth and success, productivity, and well-being, and includes presentations by nationally recognized speakers Dr. Sayed A. Shah and Andy Core.

Award-winning entertainer, nationally recognized speaker, and illusionist par excellence Karges brings his comedy-magic stylings to Augustana in the latest performance in a career that has found him performing in more than 5,000 venues worldwide, including in 22 countries on four continents, and in all 50 United States.

For the third consecutive year, LGBTQ culture will be celebrated in a riverfront festival boasting live music, burlesque, belly dancing, drag shows, arts and crafts, food and beverages, children's activities, and even blazing batons courtesy of QC Sol Fire.

Appearing in an event jointly sponsored by the Doctor of Business Administration Progam, Communication Department, Communication Center, College of Arts and Sciences, and Advancement and Alumni Engagement, international journalist and St. Ambrose alumnus Contreras will deliver a lecture as part of the school's Academic Project Series “Faces of Globalization.”

What do pretzel-necklaces, comedy, hops, cheese-tasting-areas, free Uber rides home, and usually the best weather all year round all have in common?

An annual outdoor celebration presented by the Celtic Cultures Alliance of the Quad Cities, this year's Celtic Festival & Highland Games will again boast dozens of demonstrations, exhibits, family activities, cultural workshops, and contests covering everything from dancing to feats of strength, with live music provided by more than a dozen national and local acts.

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