This Friday, April 3, beginning at at 9 a.m., the University of Iowa is hosting “From local to global: photojournalism in the new millennium”… […]
Bowl for a cause at the Quad Cities Harm Reduction’s Overdose Awareness Bowl-A-Thon. The event will raise funds for their Second Annual Overdose Awareness Walk set for Aug. 29 in the Quad-Cities.
Jefferson County Cider Works, a brewery and orchard that recently opened in Fairfield, is arriving at the perfect time. American thirst for hard cider has exploded over the past few years, with sales growing at a rate of 75 percent over the past year according to a study by IRI, and Jesse Narducci, the man […]
The end of Iowa’s maple syruping season is approaching, and to celebrate the harvest, the Indian Creek Nature Center (6665 Otis Rd S.E., Cedar Rapids) will host their 32nd Annual Maple Syrup Festival on March 21 and 22. Although many associate the Northeast United States with maple syrup harvest, Jan Aiels, the Education Director at […]
In an effort to foster community-supported agriculture, Zion Lutheran Church (310 N. Johnson St.) is hosting a CSA fair this Sunday, March 8 at 9:15 a.m. to educate and inform about opportunities in the Iowa City area. Community-supported agriculture, or CSA, is a locally based method… […]