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Oak Grove Park, 700 Page Street, will be the featured park and host site for the next Party in the Park, on Thursday, July 28, 2016. Join in the neighborhood fun from 6:30 to 8 p.m. to hear live music by Larry Mossman and Peter Rolnick, and enjoy games, arts and craft projects, and frozen treats. Be sure to bring your lawn chairs or blankets! This is a no-fee event and is open to the public.
Party in the Park is sponsored by the City of Iowa City’s Parks and Recreation Department and the Neighborhood Outreach Division. A party will be scheduled in a different Iowa City park each week through August 6, giving residents a chance to enjoy their summer evenings outdoors with friends and family while exploring the City’s many beautiful natural spaces and neighborhoods.
Representatives from all of Johnson County’s public libraries – Coralville, Iowa City, North Liberty, Oxford, Solon, Swisher, and Tiffin-Springmier – will host a booth in Exhibition Hall #2 during the county fair July 25 through July 28.
Stop by to learn more about how the libraries work together to promote literacy and learning throughout the county. We’ll have a giveaway for every visitor. You can also enter the drawing for an oversized pony.
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Drivers should be aware of how they can access Upper and Lower City Park as crews have closed Park Road between Riverside Drive and the Upper City Park exit for work on the Iowa City Gateway Project.
People can access Upper City Park and the City Park Pool from Riverside Drive (from the south) and Park Road (from the west). Know that Upper City Park Drive is a one-way road and experiences a high volume of pedestrians and cyclists, many of whom are children. The Upper City Park exit is to the east, across the Park Road Bridge to Dubuque Street.
People can access Lower City Park and the Riverside Festival Stage from Dubuque Street and the Park Road Bridge.
The two parks are also connected by stairs located between the historic cabins, east of the pool and the Riverside Festival Stage. People can use this as an alternative to the posted detour routes.
This portion of Park Road should reopen to traffic in mid-August. However, the Gateway Project timeline is fluid and subject to change due to weather and other unforeseen delays.
The Iowa City Gateway Project is a flood mitigation effort that will elevate Dubuque Street while also raising and replacing the Park Road Bridge.
A notice specifically concerning the Gateway Project and access to Upper and Lower City Park is located at the top of the City of Iowa City homepage under alerts and notifications at icgov.org. Check for updates there.
In today’s world of go-go-go, stress and anxiety are everywhere. If the pressures of everyday life are getting to you, it might be time to hit the mat – the yoga mat, that is.
Local yoga instructor Beth Beasley will be in Meeting Room A at the Iowa City Public Library from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 20, to lead adult participants through a simple, accessible yoga practice designed to reduce stress and tension.
This event is free and open to the public. It is presented as part of the 2016 Adult Summer Reading Program. All participants should bring their own yoga mat.
For more information, call the Library at 319-356-5200.