On September 27th gather your family and friends for an evening of food, fun, and laughter!

The Moline Foundation announces the hiring of Susan Zelnio as the Program Director, Workforce Development for The Moline Foundation. Her primary responsibility will be to administer the nine-year old regional career exploration program, “Career Cruising Quad Cities.”

River Bend Foodbank has the following events occurring:

A comprehensive community health report shows fewer Quad Cities residents are dying from heart disease and strokes, but a high percentage of area adults remain above a healthy weight.


Saturday, September 15 | 2–5 PM
Join Bemis exhibiting artist Sheila Pepe and Peggy Jones for a lively conversation covering feminism and gender identity in contemporary culture.

Help us celebrate 20 years by giving us your opinion on what you would like to see added to the gardens.

Take the survey to vote on the development of future exhibits and amenities and tell us how you use the gardens. 

Complete the survey to receive a $1 off admission coupon and be entered to win one of 20 memberships.

It’s our 20th year so help us plan for the next 20 years! 


Turner Exhibit Closing

The river’s crest was significantly reduced over the weekend.  The Mississippi River crested at 15.41 FT on Sunday, September 9 and is expected to drop to 14 FT by Sunday, September 16

 at this time.

The current river level is 15.41 FT.

Based on the current river level and crest projection, the following flood impacts and measures have been or will occur in the coming days. 


What: Every student at every school in the Quad Cities is challenged to attend school on September 13. We’re trying to beat last year’s Quad Cities-wide attendance rate of 96.1% on Challenge 5 Day.
When: Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 9 a.m.
Where: Virgil Grissom Elementary School, 500 Lost Grove Rd, Princeton, IA
Who: All school superintendents are joining together in the effort to encourage all students to “Strive for Less than 5” absences this school year.

Quad Cities, IA/IL — The Greater Quad Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is honored to present the beloved and award-winning author of several fiction novels as part of the 2018-2019 Multicultural Speaker