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  1. Got a Kid Picker? Apply by June 16th

    May 31, 2018 - June 16, 2018

    Got a “Kid Picker”? Apply online by June 16 to have them sell their goods at the Kid Picker Flea Market on June 30 in LeClaire! Follow this link for more information: http://www.antiquearchaeology.com/blog/kid-pickers-flea-market-2018/

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  2. Summer Reading Program

    June 1, 2018, 10:00 AM - July 28, 2018, 2:00 PM @ LeClaire Community Library

    This year’s Summer Reading theme is “Libraries Rock!” The first day of our music-themed Summer Reading Program will begin on June 1st. This program is for all ages – yes, adults too! In addition to the reading challenge, join us for a number of fun activities and programs throughout the summer.

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  3. Quad Cities' Museum Week

    June 9, 2018 - June 17, 2018

    June 9-17: Quad Cities’ Museum Week - Explore art, history and culture. Museums from across the Quad Cities region will come together for the fourth annual Quad Cities Museum Week. Enjoy this celebration of our region’s museums and participate in special activities, exhibits and promotions during this fun-filled week. Museum Week is the perfect opportunity for families and friends to get out and explore. Each museum features its own unique theme, history, galleries and exhibits. Come and discover these wonderful Quad Cities attractions. To find out more about Museum Week, please go to www.qcmuseumweek.com

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  4. Picnic on the Levee

    June 10, 2018, 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ LeClaire Levee and Pavilion

    Sunday, June 10, 12-3pm: Picnic on Levee. Join the Buffalo Bill Museum for a picnic at the LeClaire levee pavilion (located on the south end of levee near the Museum) to learn about their newest addition that will house a replica interior of a 1920s one room schoolhouse. The Museum will be FREE that afternoon to showcase the addition. Bob Schiffke, Museum Director, will give a presentation at 1pm at the picnic pavilion about the project and how the community may support the Museum in its efforts to educate guests about one room schoolhouses. The event and Museum is FREE. No food will be sold. Please feel free to bring a picnic and enjoy the afternoon with them. The pavilion will also host live music and a silent auction to benefit the project.

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