Little Village magazine issue 253: Nov. 7 – Dec. 4, 2018

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Welcome to the 2018 Little Village Give Guide — a whirlwind tour through some of the nonprofits and small businesses that help make the CRANDIC a great place to live.

The articles include a visit with Susan Craig, the retiring long-time director of the Iowa City Public Library; the animal magnetism of the Friends of the Animal Center Foundation; recommendations for accessible and disability-friendly businesses from the Seen & Heard project at Systems Unlimited; and a conversation with Riverside Theatre’s new artistic director.

There’s also a Staff Picks retail guide for the region, profiles of two local record labels, our 2018 reader survey, and more! Then there’s the Donation Drive: area businesses paired with their favorite nonprofits to raise money and offer great deals for you. All of your year-end giving and holiday shopping, all in one place. Dive in!

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Holiday Thieves' Market
Iowa Memorial Union
Dec. 1-2, 2018

Free & open to the public • Free wine & craft beer tasting from 1-3 p.m.

Presented by the University of Iowa Fine Arts Council

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Please consider a one-time or monthly sustaining contribution, in any amount.


Paramount Theatre Cedar Rapids

"Symphony on the Rocks" is VIC FERRARI and the best classical and pop musicians from the Midwest.

This Paramount Show will feature Emmy Winner Mark Wood, a founding member of Trans Siberian Orchestra and Violinist for Billy Joel!

Little Village’s Breakfast of Champions CRANDIC Bash

Join us Thursday, Dec. 6 at the Graduate Hotel in downtown Iowa City

Nab your ticket to Little Village's Breakfast of Champions CRANDIC Bash on Dec. 6, 2018. A long name for an epic evening (yes, evening).