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  1. Shell Games: The Life and Times of Pearl McGill: Book Discussion

    February 21, 2020, 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM

    Come and learn about this fascinating history! Participants are encouraged to read the book: Shell Games: The Life and Times of Pearl McGill before attending this event!

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  2. Puppets and Pastries: Dessert Theatre for Adults

    February 21, 2020, 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

    Eulenspiegel Puppet Theatre presents its twenty-second annual Puppets and Pastries: Dessert Theatre For Adults (and teens), Friday, February 21 and Saturday, February 22 at 8:00 P.M. at Owl Glass Puppetry Center, 319 North Calhoun, West Liberty, Iowa. If you love puppets but would prefer to see them in the company of other adults, while listening to music and stories and savoring delectable desserts, this is your event! Eulenspiegel elves will transform the Center into a softly lit bistro for the weekend. The evening will feature a new memoir piece by Eulenspiegel's Monica Leo, "As Quickly as a Wink"; three vignettes about two rats and a cat living in a diner; music by jazz pianist Al Zimmerman; mesmerizing storyteller Susan Short Gilbert; and the music of Laura Hudson Kittrell. Add delicious desserts, beverages, and laughter for an unforgettable evening!

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  3. Muscatine Branching Out Presents: Artistry in Wood

    February 22, 2020, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Join Muscatine Branching Out for our 27th annual tree care workshop. Enjoy free coffee and a light breakfast while listening to a unique presentation on Artistry in Wood, followed by an Ask the Experts tree care and gardening panel. This event is free and open to the public. Artistry in Wood: John Bybee will present his living experiences on locally sourced wood and natural materials for his art related constructions. He will cover a variety of topics and how to locate, process and incorporate these woods and materials into works of art. John will also bring artwork to display.

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  4. The Muscatine Symphony Orchestra Presents: MasterWorks III: “A Dynamic Duo”

    February 22, 2020, 3:00 PM

    The “Dynamic Duo” of Mozart and Beethoven is on tap for this annual concert event. A Delicious Combination Dinner and Concert event will feature these two famous masters in a performance of two of their best-known works. Mozart’s Concerto No. 3 for violin will be performed by the concertmaster of the Quad Cities Symphony Orchestra, Naha Greenholz. It will be the first collaboration of this type between the MSO and a key musician in the QCSO. The Symphony will then present the work whose first four notes are probably the most well-known around the world for any piece of music – Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 in C minor.

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  5. Puppets and Pastries: Dessert Theatre for Adults

    February 22, 2020, 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

    Eulenspiegel Puppet Theatre presents its twenty-second annual Puppets and Pastries: Dessert Theatre For Adults (and teens), Friday, February 21 and Saturday, February 22 at 8:00 P.M. at Owl Glass Puppetry Center, 319 North Calhoun, West Liberty, Iowa. If you love puppets but would prefer to see them in the company of other adults, while listening to music and stories and savoring delectable desserts, this is your event! Eulenspiegel elves will transform the Center into a softly lit bistro for the weekend. The evening will feature a new memoir piece by Eulenspiegel's Monica Leo, "As Quickly as a Wink"; three vignettes about two rats and a cat living in a diner; music by jazz pianist Al Zimmerman; mesmerizing storyteller Susan Short Gilbert; and the music of Laura Hudson Kittrell. Add delicious desserts, beverages, and laughter for an unforgettable evening!

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  6. Glamming with Gilda

    February 23, 2020, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    Back by popular demand, Glamming with Gilda gives women in the Muscatine community an opportunity to celebrate being a woman by socializing, shopping and pampering themselves with other women in the area. Muscatine divas don’t need an excuse to pamper themselves… they can do so while supporting a good cause! Tickets are available for $25 each in advance ($30 at the door) and can be purchased at gildasclubqc.org/glamming or by visiting the Hall Tree Boutique in Muscatine. Funds raised at the Glamming with Gilda Benefit will provide support to people with cancer and their families right here in Muscatine. Among other services, the funds raised will provide: Support groups both for someone with a diagnosis and their family members. A survivorship program which helps people deal with the emotional, physical, and nutritional consequences of a cancer diagnosis. Educational workshops such as Coping with the Cost of Care, Side Effects of Treatments, and New Discoveries in Treatm

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  7. Keep Muscatine Beautiful Presents: Almost Mardi Gras Cajun Cook-Off

    February 25, 2020, 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM

    Come help us raise funds for Almost Friday Fest. Contact Chris Boar or Brenda Christensen for tickets to Almost Mardi Gras!!!! You can also purchase tickets at Feather Your Nest and the Chamber.

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  8. Alexander Clark Lecture

    February 25, 2020, 6:00 PM

    In 1868, three years after the Civil War, 12-year-old Susan Clark of Muscatine, became the first African American child to attend a racially integrated school in the United States of America. It was the result of a lawsuit before the Iowa Supreme Court filed by her father, the great civil rights leader Alexander Clark. The lecture will examine his life-long civil rights advocacy from his Underground Railroad work and his opposition to Iowa’s racial exclusion laws. Leading the discussion will be Drake Law School Professor Emeritus Russell Lovell. Lovell’s public service commitment includes 45 years of civil rights work for the NAACP, including service as lead counsel in cases that desegregated the Indiana State Police Department and the Des Moines Fire Department. Over the years he has received numerous Outstanding Public Service and Civil Rights Awards from the NAACP, and a wide range of honors from Iowa Legal Aid, the Black Ministerial Alliance and others.

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