The Independent Scholars' Evening and Celtic Heritage Trail of the Quad Cities present the second of their four presentations this Thursday, March 13, 2008 at 7 p.m. at the Moline Club in downtown Moline. This week's presentation starts with Celtic stories by Heather Nobiling of Moline, Illinois. Following Heather will the River Cities Reader winner of "Person We'd Like Most to Elect to Public Office (please correct the titles, Mr/Ms Editor)" and President of the Celtic Heritage Trail, Bill Fisher, of Moline, Illinois. Bill will give a presentation entitled, "Scots-Irish: the Best of Both Worlds." Admission is free and open to the public.

Support the River Cities' Reader

Help Keep the Reader Alive and Free Since '93!


"We're the River Cities' Reader, and we've kept the Quad Cities' only independently owned newspaper alive and free since 1993. Now we find our ability to continue providing all the features you love in serious jeopardy without the financial support of our readers.

So please help the Reader keep going with your one-time, monthly, or annual support. With your financial support the Reader can continue providing uncensored, non-scripted, and independent journalism alongside the Quad Cities' area's most comprehensive cultural coverage." - Todd McGreevy, Publisher