Musicians John Heasly and Jerry Schroeder perform original songs, traditional folk songs, and light pop songs from the 60’s and 70’s. Their musical repertoire includes “Garden Party” by Ricky Nelson, “You are My Flower” by the Carter Family, and “Back Home Again” by John Denver. Also old-time songs with the ukulele such as “Five Foot Two” are played.
John Heasly plays guitar and harmonica. Accompanying him, Jerry Schroeder plays ukulele and guitar,.
The free concert, open to all ages, is sponsored by the Friends of the Moline Public Library Foundation. Information desk, 309-524-2470.
As part of our “It’s Showtime at your Library!” summer reading program, the Moline Public Library is touring local theaters.
Join us as we tour The Black Box Theatre downtown Moline.
Registration is required. Patrons should wear walking shoes and should meet at the theater located at 1623 5th Avenue.
Don’t forget to sign-up the whole family – there are reading programs for all ages!
Did you know?
That’s a lot of free (or mostly free) entertainment/instruction/information!
No wonder Americans go the library 3 times as often as they go to the movies. For a list of the programs coming up at the Moline Public Library you can click here to see our events calendar.
For more interesting (and impressive) library facts check out the list on ilovelibraries.org.
Nancy Johnson, associated with AARP and the Office of the Illinois Secretary of State will present a free, 90-minute Illinois Rules of the Road class for seniors. Registration is required.
This free 8 week course series meets every Wednesday from 6pm until 7:30pm beginning March 13th until May 1st. This course is open to anyone wanting to prepare for the United States citizenship test.
You must have basic English language skills.
Registration is required, as space is limited.
The story of our ancestors, our country and us.
No registrations is required to attend any of the programs in this Quad Cities-wide film and discussion program series.
Becoming American: A Documentary Film and Discussion Series on Our Immigration Experience is a project of City Lore in collaboration with the Immigration and Ethnic History Society and the International Coalition of the Sites of Conscience. The project has been made possible by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: “Exploring the Human Endeavor.”