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Volunteers are needed from noon to 3 p.m. this Sunday, April 19 for a clean-up of Ralston Creek on both sides of Burlington Street. Crews will meet in the parking lot of the Robert A. Lee Community Recreation Center at 220 S. Gilbert Street shortly before noon and then work along the creek and its banks to remove woody debris and garbage. There will not be a clean-up on the Iowa River on Sunday, as was announced earlier in March.
Volunteers should sign up at www.facebook.com/iowacitystormwatervolunteers. Those who are under 18 years of age must have an adult present the day of the event to sign liability forms. Workers are required to wear long sleeves, long pants and close-toed shoes. A cap or hat is also recommended. All necessary tools will be provided by the City of Iowa City.
Questions should be directed to Carol Sweeting, City of Iowa City Public Works Volunteer Coordinator, at 319-541-2385. In the case of inclement weather on clean-up day, call 319-356-5164 after 10 a.m. to make sure the event is still taking place.
Make plans now to attend the 26th Annual Spring Arts & Crafts Show on Saturday, April 25th at the Marriott Conference Center in Coralville, Iowa. This is the area's largest show, with over 125 talented exhibitors presenting and selling the Midwest's finest handcrafts.
The show is a production of Callahan Promotions, Inc. and offers patrons the opportunity to enjoy original affordable arts and crafts.
Among the various products presented at the show are oak furniture, paintings and prints, gourd art, bird houses, bird feeders, ceramics, jewelry, metal art sculptures, pet products, yard and garden art, stained, etched, and fused glass, quilts, photography, pottery, candles, clothing, floral wreaths, dolls & doll clothes, rugs, baskets, aprons, placemats, table runners, purses, wood and metal signs, wall hangings and many more original products. Exhibitors will also be selling homemade salsa, wines, breads, fudge, coffee cakes, barbeque sauce, jams, dried soup and food mixes.
The Marriott Conference Center is connected to the Marriott Hotel and is located at 300 East 9th Street in Coralville, just off of I-80 at Exit 242.
Admission to the show is $5, with anyone 10 and under free. Parking is always free. Show hours are 9 AM to 4 PM. For additional information, call 563-652-4529.
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What We're About
Pat McGrath Chevyland in Cedar Rapids, IA, also serving Iowa City, IA and Waterloo, IA is proud to be an automotive leader in our community. Since opening our doors, Pat McGrath Chevyland has maintained our solid commitment to our customers, offering a wide selection of cars and trucks and ease of purchase.
Whether you are in the market to purchase a new or pre-owned vehicle, if you need financing options, we'll help you find a car loan that works for you! Even if you have bad credit, or are a first time car buyer, you can trust that Pat McGrath Chevyland will professionally fit you into the automobile of your choice.
Pat McGrath Chevyland has a professionally managed Service and Parts Departments open extended hours to accommodate our customers' busy schedules; and, as always, Pat McGrath Chevyland offers competitive pricing for your automotive maintenance needs. Please feel free to contact us at (877) 801-3371 if you have any questions or comments.
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We carry two types of pottery for two types of fun!
Type 1 - Pottery you can paint and take home today! These adorable pieces are decorative magnets, plaques, banks and figurines. After these items are painted our staff will add glaze and sparkling glitter if you choose. These pieces usually dry in under 5 minutes.
Type 2 - Pottery you paint and leave at our studio for a week to be fired. Once the items are fired they are food safe and outdoor safe for yard display pieces.
Select an easel Select a canvas size Select a design Ask one of our Creative Consultants to assist with your paint and embellishment choices. "Release Your Inner Artist!" Prices begin at 7.99
No Appointment Necessary Hours: Tues - Fri. 10 am - 6 pm Sat. 10 am - 5 pm Sunday Noon - 4 pm Monday - Closed
OurKID'S SUMMER ART MASTERPIECE WORKSHOPS! Registration has begun. Click here for more info.
There are never any studio fees at our studio. The price on the piece includes everything except sales tax. So you can choose a price limit that works best for you.
Contact Info: 319.351.9644 email@example.com 1616 Sycamore Street Sycamore Mall Iowa City, IA 52240
IOWA CITY, IA. -- Young track and field competitors are encouraged to get their track shoes out in preparation for this year's inaugural "Live Healthy Iowa Kids Track Championship," a statewide track competition that carries on the tradition of the Hershey Track and Field Games. The local meet will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, May 29 at City High's Raffensperger Track at 1900 Morningside Drive in Iowa City. Winners will then have the opportunity to compete at the state meet in Marshalltown on June 13.
For years, the Hershey Company sponsored an annual competition known as the National Hershey Track and Field Championship, but the company ended that program last year. Because of its long-standing popularity, Live Healthy Iowa Kids, Iowa Sports Foundation, Iowa Parks and Recreation Association, Iowa Games, and Marshalltown Parks and Recreation, in cooperation with recreation departments and schools across the state, have partnered to develop the Live Healthy Iowa Kids Track Championship.
Boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 14 will be able to compete in the following events: 50-meter dash, 100 meter dash, 200 meter dash, 400 meter dash, 800 meter run, 1600 meter run, 4 x 100 meter relay, standing long jump, and softball throw. The top three finishers in each event will be awarded medals, and the winner will advance to state competition in Marshalltown. Students may compete in more than one event.
Pre-registration is required to compete. Registration forms and general information are available in the Youth Sport Information section at www.icgov.org/pr. Completed forms must be submitted to the Iowa City Recreation Division Office in the Robert A. Lee Recreation Center Office at 220 S. Gilbert Street by 5 p.m. on Friday, May 22. Participants may also fax forms to 319-356-5487 or scan and e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, visit the Iowa City Recreation Division Youth Sports Info page at www.icgov.org/pr or contact the Iowa City Recreation Division at 319-356-5100.
Annual Old Capital Extravaganza April 17 (10-6pm) & 18th (10-5pm) at Old Capital Town Center. Over 40 Arts, Crafts, and Vendors to shop! Many raffle items to win. Family day on Saturday 12-4pm with a carnival including games, prizes, face painter, and balloon twister. For more information email email@example.com
Joe Lunchpail Garden series to include links to area garden stores and specials
A weekend gardener series written by Mike Thayer will not only feature tips and tricks to get that great harvest, but will include information on the local garden shops, supplies, specials and who has the best gardening deals.
TIP: Tilling can be more than a one person job. Loading/unloading, picking up and returning - you might tag the spouse, son, daughter or a friend to help you out with that. Also, keep in mind that when renting, a front tine tiller is arguably harder to handle than a rear tine tiller. It comes down to a matter of personal preference.
Things you can do before you 'til: Have a pick-up truck or a friend that will let you use theirs for a couple hours? If you have a medium to large garden, a load or two of black dirt will do wonders for your soil. Locally, black dirt is available at S&G Materials.
Call S & G Materials today at 319-354-1667, or visit our shop.
Hours of Business: Monday to Friday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Getting a pick-up or two load of black dirt beats the heck out of buying a bunch of 40 pound bags of top soil at the local garden shop. Buy plants there by all means, but the dirt, not so much.... You get far more dirt for the buck at S&G Materials.