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Each Others Medicine

Public Space One 229 N Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA

“When she read my name Weeping Willow out loud, she said she felt sad, too.” -Each Other’s Medicine. Each Other’s Medicine  is an interactive story-installation of a retelling of the...

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Story Jam

Iowa City Public Library 123 South Linn Street, Iowa City, IA

Wednesday, November 3, 2021 -10:30am to 11:00am Meeting Room A, Online StoryJAM is a music and movement program designed to model, encourage, and facilitate music-making as an early literacy skill. Parents and...

World Wednesday: Make Colombian Obleas

Iowa City Public Library 123 South Linn Street, Iowa City, IA

Wednesday, June 29, 2022 -1:00pm to 2:00pm Meeting Room A Come to the library to learn how to make Colombian obleas! Obleas are a traditional dessert that are commonly sold on the...

Teen Camp Chillout- Movie Screening, “Love Simon”

Iowa City Public Library 123 South Linn Street, Iowa City, IA

Friday, July 29, 2022 -1:00pm to 3:00p Teen Center The Teen Center will be stacked and stocked with snacks so you can come and hang out, get out of the heat and...

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Karaoke

Roxxy 127 E College St, Iowa City, IA

Y’all provide the live music tonight!! Roxxy karaoke night starting at 9!

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Each Others Medicine

Public Space One 229 N Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA

“When she read my name Weeping Willow out loud, she said she felt sad, too.” -Each Other’s Medicine. Each Other’s Medicine  is an interactive story-installation of a retelling of the...

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SRP Kids: Musician Dino O’Dell

Iowa City Public Library 123 South Linn Street, Iowa City, IA

Thursday, June 30, 2022 -10:30am to 11:30am Meeting Room A, Meeting Room B, Meeting Room C Dino O'Dell, children's musician and author of Zar and the Broken Spaceship, will be blasting off...

Experience Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0 in Iowa CityJune 10 - July 10th

The Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0 red frames, each in the shape of a small house, set alongside one another will be placed in three main areas of the pedestrian mall. Inside each “casa”, there is a swing and a ring of lights lining the bottom. When the house is empty, the lights glow dimly to welcome the next visitor. Once someone steps inside, the lights release a more powerful glow, indicating that someone is home.