Image Danny Boy comes to Elkader Opera House on St Patrick's Day The Keystone Chorus will perform Irish songs for St Patrick's Day at the Elkader Opera House March 17, 4:15 p.m., preceding the St Patrick's Day Parade. Entry will be by free-will donation. Two Quartets from the Keystone Chorus will perform numbers in a Barber Shop style, such as, "Danny Boy." The community is invited to enjoy the Keystone Chorus perform their wonderful harmonies in Celtic tunes from Ireland. The Keystone Chorus is a chorus of men that sing 4-part a cappella music. The chorus will be followed by the annual St Patrick's Day Celebration Parade. The community can then enjoy dinner at Johnson's Restaurant while listening to organ music. Johnson's will likely be serving the traditional Irish staple food of 'tatties'. Normally the Keystone Chorus only perform two shows annually, one in the spring and one in late fall, so this is a great opportunity for another chance to see them. For more information contact the Elkader Opera House: 563 245 2098 The Keystone Chorus is part of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America. These are just some of the members of the Keystone Chorus based in Elkader. They can be reached by contacting Steve Bartenhagen via email: or by calling: 563-422-5890 Photos Courtesy of the Keystone Chorus

PRESS RELEASE: The King's Ugly Bride

Junior Theatre Mainstage Company presents "The King's Ugly Bride", a humorous story told in true fairytale fashion in which elves and magic interfere with the King's search for love.

Lunch & Learn


Tuesday, March 27, 2007: Lunch & Learn - A Drug-Free Approach to Learning Disabilities and Health.  Moline Chiropractic Clinic, PC invites you to a free luncheon and wellness class.  Our topic for the month is alternative approaches to learning disabilities, such as ADD/ADHD and Dyslexia.  Please call (309)764-4753 to reserve your spot today. We are located at 4300 12th St, Moline, IL.



March 17th- 11th Street Bar & Grill - 8p to 12a 2108 E 11th Street, in the Village of East Davenport, IA

April 21st - 11th Street Bar & Grill - 8p to 12a 2108 E 11th Street, in the Village of East Davenport, IA


In response to Saturday's severe weather, the American Red Cross of the Quad Cities Area is ensuring that the immediate needs of disaster victims are being met.

A warming center continues to remain open at the Davenport YMCA, 2nd & Gaines Sts, Davenport, IA.

A shelter is currently open at the Cambridge Fire Dept, 417 E Court St, Cambridge, IL

A warming center opened today (Feb 26) at Noon at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 1001 - 9th St, Orion, IL.

A warming center is open at Bethel Baptist Church, 27308 - 108th Ave N, Port Byron, IL.

A warming center is open at the Aledo VFW, 106 SW 3rd Ave, Aledo, IL.

A warming center is open at the Sherrard Fire Dept, Sherrard, IL.

The Red Cross is providing 50 cots for Arrowhead Ranch, which is currently still without power.

A warming center is open at the Letts Fire Dept, Letts, IA.

A warming center is open at Solid Rock Baptist Church, 14041 Locust St, Wapello, IA.

A warming center is open at the United Methodist Church, Columbus Jct, IA.

A warming center is open at MCSA, 312 - 1st Ave, Muscatine, IA.

Residents of Wilton, IA, are encouraged to contact City Hall (563-732-2115) if they are in need.

A warming center is open at the Reynolds United Methodist Church, W. Edgington St, Reynolds, IL.


Come see nationally-ranked professional disc golfers compete for cash and prizes at the 2007 River Cities Rumble disc golf tournament!


Celebrate Fat Tuesday by sampling some of the best Cajun cuisine in the Quad Cities! Heart of America Restaurants & Inns has partnered with the American Red Cross of the Quad Cities Area to host the Mardi Gras Rajun Cajun Fest on Fat Tuesday, February 20, 2007 from 5pm until 7pm at Thunder Bay Grille, Davenport.  Local chefs will be creating Cajun style appetizers, entrees and desserts as they compete for the coveted People's Choice Award and Judge's Choice Award.

Chefs from Bent River Brewing Co., Biaggi's, Blue Cat Brew Pub, The Button Factory, The Captain's Table, Farraday's, Froehlich's, Iowa Machine Shed, Johnny's Italian Steakhouse, Overtime Sports Bar & Grill, The Lodge, Thunder Bay Grille and Trapper's Creek will be participating.

Meet the Artist

ImagePhotographer Rick Lodmell at Mother Jones Cafe, Thursday, Feb. 22nd, 6:30-9 p.m.  Music by Chris Dunn 7-9.  1810 Second Ave., District of Rock Island


Travel back in time at the Elkader Opera House on Monday, February 12, 7:30
p.m., with the boisterous fun of America's only Victorian magic-lantern show.
The show is an authentic 1890s visual extravaganza projected on a full-sized
screen - the kind of show that led to the movies! Valentine stories, animated
comedy, and songs -all dramatized on screen by a live showman and
singer/pianist. The audience participates in the fun, creating sound effects,
and joining in chants and sing-alongs.

For 12 years, The American Magic-Lantern Theater has delighted audiences
from Lincoln Center to Singapore. National Public Radio says, "It's an
incredible experience...Don't miss them. They're a living national treasure"!
For adults and children ages six and up. Tickets $6 and $4.
Stop in at the box office 1-4 p.m., or call: (563) 245 2098 or (563) 873 2378
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Meet The Artist

ImageMeet the Artist