During the winter, the bald eagles grace the Quad Cities area with their presence. Looking for open water as they migrate south from Canada, the national symbol soars over the waters of the Quad Cities portion of the Mississippi River each year. While the featured Bald Eagle Days celebration (first weekend in January) has come and gone, the birds stay in the area a while longer.
Personally, I have several memories of the river and many seem to fall along the ‘eagles’ theme.
Continue reading Making family memories while bald eagle watching
Comic Books and accessories have always been something that “collectors” have loved hunting down–seeking out the newest release or digging for a rare gem in a sea of cardboard boxes. This alongside the booming popularity of superhero films and television shows, the art of comic is alive and well in the Quad Cities.
I recently set out and explored the local fan favorites and have a great time in doing so!
Continue reading 8 Great Comic Book Shops in the Quad Cities
When you’re getting married, the planning a wedding can seem overwhelming. Of course, you’re as happy as can be, marrying the love of your life, but when the budget comes into play and the venue choices seem endless — it can leave brides and grooms in a dizzy time crunch trying to go from one place to another to gather information to assist in planning their dream wedding.
Continue reading Annual Quad Cities Jaycees Bridal Expo
One year for Christmas we gave my in-laws an Eagle Watching Adventure with local naturalist, Bob Motz. Mr. Motz, formerly a high school biology teacher, takes people to his favorite eagle watching locations and shares his knowledge of our nation’s majestic bird.
Continue reading See the Quad Cities eagles through a new lens
Life coach and Remembering to Play founder, Vince Gowman once said, “Education begins the moment we see children as innately wise and capable beings. Only then can we play along in their world.”
Continue reading Examine, Investigate, Create, Invent in Putnam Explorers