Upcoming Events

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I-74 Bridge Project Presentation

May 22, 2019
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Library Branch: Moline Public Library
Room: Gold/Silver/Bronze Room
Age Group: Adults, Everyone
Program Type: Presentation
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Staff from Hutchison Engineering will be at the Moline Public Library to present information on the I-74 Bridge Project, including the construction process so far, the timeline for the rest of the project and interesting facts about the bridge, ...

Riverside Cemetery Local History Tour

May 23, 2019
10:30am - 11:30am
Registration
Library Branch: Off Site
Age Group: Adults
Program Type: Presentation, Special Event
Registration Required
Seats Remaining: 18
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Join the Moline Public Library for a tour of our City's historic Riverside Cemetery.  Todd Slater, the City's Cemeteries Manager, will provide stories and historical information about the cemetery. Patrons should meet at the main cemetery gat...
Registration
Library Branch: Moline Public Library
Room: Silver/Bronze Room
Age Group: Adults
Program Type: Class, Presentation
Registration Required
Seats Remaining: 40
Body:
Join Illinois Small Business Development staff from Western Illinois University Quad Cities for a workshop on how to start a small business in Illinois.  This session will be delivered in Spanish. A session in English will be held on Jun...
Registration
Library Branch: Moline Public Library
Room: Silver/Bronze Room
Age Group: Adults
Program Type: Class, Presentation
Registration Required
Seats Remaining: 37
Body:
Join Illinois Small Business Development staff from Western Illinois University Quad Cities for a workshop on how to start a small business in Illinois.       ...

Spoon River Anthology: Music and Performance

June 14, 2019
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Library Branch: Moline Public Library
Room: Gold/Silver/Bronze Room
Age Group: Everyone
Program Type: History, Literary, Music, Performer, Presentation
Body:
Historical actors Paddy and John Lynn portray a variety of characters from Spoon River Anthology, a collection of poems by Edgar Lee Masters published in 1915-16.  The book consists of the epitaphs of the inhabitants of the fic...