It’s Sunday, and proudly presents Fun10, a list of the top 10 things to do in the Quad Cities this week, and every week!

Painting Parties, Cake At RIBCO, Spicy Comedy And More In This Week's FUN10!Every Sunday, we drop a new Fun10, to give you a head start on your week and a heads up on what’s going on over the coming seven days. Check out Fun10 every Sunday for the details on ten awesome events happening around town. It’s a cool read, and a great way to get started planning your entertainment for the week.

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So what’s on the Fun10 for this week? Read on …

Boo At The Zoo Happening TODAY!

Boo At The Zoo Coming To Niabi This WeekendBoo At The Zoo is coming to Niabi Zoo today!

The annual event takes place 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at the Zoo, 13010 Niabi Zoo Road, Coal Valley.

Come celebrate Halloween by trick-or-treating at Boo at the Zoo! Bring your costume and candy bag and stop by R.I.A.’s booth.
The cost of Boo at the Zoo activities is included with the price of your admission ticket.
You can purchase tickets online or at the zoo on the day of the event.

Bring Your Doggie To The Storm Game TODAY!

Quad City Storm Holding Doggie Costume Contest At Sunday's Game!Sunday the Quad City Storm will hold its first Pucks and Paws day of the season featuring a dog costume contest for Halloween!

Puck drop is at 2:00, dog tickets are free at the box office and you can get tickets for you and all your human friends here:

Saddle Up For This Event At The Library

Join Davenport Public Library Wednesday, November 3rd at 6:00 pm for a presentation by author William Hampes. When people think of television and film Westerns what tends to come to mind are the great feats of physical bravery of the heroes. However, as pointed out in Hampes’ book, Westerns And Cowboys Are Examined In Davenport Public Library Program“Cowboy Courage: Westerns and the Portrayal of Bravery,” many of these Westerns also portray examples of moral and psychological courage, often by ordinary individuals. The presentation will discuss how these films and television programs focus on finding the moral and psychological courage to love, to redeem oneself for failures, losses, and transgressions, to be honest and true to oneself, to admit when wrong and back down, and to face dying and the end of one’s life. The presentation will include video clips from various films and television programs.

William Hampes was a professor of psychology for 38 years at St. Michael’s College, Louisiana State University at Eunice, and Black Hawk College, where he is now a professor emeritus of psychology and sociology. Besides the publication of his book on film and television Westerns, Cowboy Courage: Westerns and the Portrayal of Bravery (McFarland, 2019) and the publication of his article, “A Woman with Influence: Henrietta Porter in the Television Series Trackdown,” in the Popular Culture Studies Journal, he has also had articles in the area of the psychology of humor published in academic journals.

This program is scheduled to be held in person at the Eastern Library (6000 Eastern Ave.) and virtually.

If you would prefer to attend in person, please register here:

If you would prefer to attend virtually, please register here: Virtual registrants will receive an email with the Zoom Meeting Link and Meeting ID.

This event is FREE and open to the public. For more information visit or call the library at (563) 326-7832.

Last Call To Enter The Pumpkin Decorating Contest

Win A Cool Award For Your Artsy Decorated Pumpkin At The Artsy Bookworm!The Artsy Bookworm, 1319 30th St, Rock Island, is accepting any and all community members to bring their decorated pumpkins for a contest! Community vote will determine the winners on Nov. 1, 2021.
First place will win a $50 gift card to The Artsy Bookworm, second place will win a $25 gift card.

Anyone can enter and entrance is free, just make sure staff know which pumpkin is yours and that we have your contact information!

For more info, see:

Scott County Iowa Genealogical Society Meeting Tomorrow Night

Scott County Iowa Genealogical Society and the Richardson-Sloane Special Collections Center of the Davenport Public Library invite you to their monthly meeting Monday, November 1st at 6:30 pm.

November’s presentation will be a talk by Michael Schmidt called “Oddities of the Lincoln Assassination.” Schmidt is a retired teacher of history and theater from Moline’s United Township High School. He was born and raised in Davenport and currently lives in Moline with his wife, Jane. He has a B.A. from Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa, and an M. A. from Roosevelt University in Chicago.

This program is scheduled to be held in person at the Eastern Library (6000 Eastern Ave.) and virtually.

If you would prefer to attend in person, please register here:

If you would prefer to attend virtually, please register here: Virtual registrants will receive an email with the Zoom Meeting Link and Meeting ID

This event is FREE and open to the public. For more information visit or call the library at (563) 326-7832.

Iron And Wine Pouring Into Raccoon Motel

Iron and Wine will be coming to Davenport‘s Raccoon Motel on Saturday, Nov. 6!

Led Zep, Boo At The Zoo, Iron And Wine, Doggie Costumes And More In This Week's FUN10Legendary songwriter Sam Beam is returning to his roots, getting back in a van and bringing Iron & Wine to the Quad Cities, November 6th for one night, one set only! There will be no added dates or shows so there are only 175 tickets available for this rare appearance!
Other new shows to announce are Bad Bad Hats — one of the most fun acts ever through the original Motel (Oct. 13) and Liam Kazar — one of Wilco lead singer Jeff Tweedy’s favorite songwriters (Sept. 22). Just added to the Oct. 12 Michigander show are Stay Outside and Daryl Rahn, two incredible acts that make that show even more of a must see.
Also announcing today at 1 pm will be all of the artists we have booked for the return of downtown Davenport‘s Alternating Currents Festival, Aug. 19-21!
Tickets are now on sale for Iron & Wine, Bad Bad Hats and Liam Kazar to Raccoon Motel members. General on sale for all three begins this Friday, July 16 at 9 am!!

More details are forthcoming.

For more info, see here.

For tickets see here.

Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Rockin’ Adler Theatre

Adler Theatre and VenuWorks present Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening on Tuesday, November 2, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. at the Adler Theatre in Davenport. Reserved seat tickets are on sale at the Adler Theatre Box Office (136 E. 3rd St.) and online at Tickets are $37, $49, $59 and $69.

Encompassing hits from the iconic band’s entire career, including albums Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin II, Led Zeppelin IV and Physical NEW CONCERT ALERT! Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Evening Coming To Davenport's Adler TheatreGraffiti, the concert event celebrates the life and music of Jason’s father, the legendary Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, with “…a band that recreates Led Zeppelin’s music to such a degree that one can’t help but close their eyes and simply listen…” Classic Rock Revisited

A lot of talented children have probably been asked by a parent to entertain family and friends, maybe in the living room, maybe sing a little, play an instrument. But when Jason Bonham was a small child and got called in to entertain, the family friends he played his drums for could be anyone from Jimmy Page to some of the guys from the group Bad Company. That’s what happens when your father is drummer John Bonham, one of the original members of the legendary rock band Led Zeppelin.

At the age of only five, Jason could play the drums, at least a scaled-down set of them, with skill. When he was 17 he was a member of the band Air Race. The group signed a record contract with Atlantic Records, recorded one album, and opened for big names like Queen, Meat Loaf, Ted Nugent, and AC/DC. John Bonham died in 1980, but Jason, who has marked a few places in music history himself, has stepped in from time to time to help keep his father’s memory alive.

In 1988, Jason took his father’s spot in the televised, first-ever Led Zeppelin reunion at the Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary concert, which included Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones. Later that year, he went on to tour with Page and recorded the album Outrider with him.

By 1989, he completed the album The Disregard of Timekeeping, in his new band called “Bonham.” One of the tracks from this first effort, “Wait for You,” earned him a gold record. By 1992, with partners like Canadian vocalist Daniel MacMaster, guitarist Ian Hatton, and bassist and keyboardist John Smithson, Bonham finished another album: Mad Hatter.

Jason teamed up with greats like Paul Rodgers, Slash, David Gilmour, Jeff Beck and others in 1993 to work on a Tribute to Muddy Waters NEW CONCERT ALERT! Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Evening Coming To Davenport's Adler Theatrealbum. The record’s success brought a nomination for a Grammy Award. A year later, Jason, along with Rodgers and Slash, appeared at the memorable Woodstock II. That same year, he recorded a new album, Peace 4 Me, in his group now known as Motherland with Marti Frederksen on vocals.

With his sister Zoe by his side, Jason represented his father when Led Zeppelin was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in January 1995. He soon put together another solo project which culminated in In the Name of My Father – The Zepset, which featured the songs of Led Zeppelin. Proceeds from the album went to charity. The album followed up with When You See the Sun.

The Healing Sixes soon caught his attention, and Jason decided to tour and record with the Indiana-based band from 1999-2003. In 2001, Jason appeared in the film Rock Star, which starred Mark Wahlberg. The band in the movie, Steel Dragon, recorded the songs featured in the film and the soundtrack.

Following an album with Debbie Bonham, the younger sister of John Bonham, Jason was invited to drum for hard rock group UFO. In 2006, he also recorded with Joe Bonamassa.

Jason starred with Ted Nugent, Evan Seinfeld (Biohazard), Sebastian Bach (Skid Row) and Scott Ian (Anthrax) on the VH1 reality TV show, “SuperGroup,” in May 2006. The musicians formed a band called Damnocracy for the show, during which they lived in a mansion in Las Vegas for twelve days and created music. Most recently, Jason has performed and recorded with Foreigner.

On December 10, 2007, Jason played drums in the most anticipated concert of all time – the Led Zeppelin reunion at London’s O2 arena with surviving members Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Robert Plant.

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Bettendorf Public Library to offer virtual Brown Bag Lunch featuring Jordan Danielsen

The Bettendorf Public Library is offering a virtual concert throughout the month of November featuring one time local, Jordan Danielsen. The limited time viewing will be available via the Bettendorf Public Library’s YouTube channel starting on November 1st and running Led Zep, Boo At The Zoo, Iron And Wine, Doggie Costumes And More In This Week's FUN10through November 30th. A link to the video will also be available on the Bettendorf Public Library’s website. No registration is required to view this free event, which is made possible through the support of the Friends of the Bettendorf Library.

Raised in Davenport, Jordan Danielsen grew up with guitar in hand and a harmonica on his neck. His experience includes over a decade of performances in wineries, casinos, pubs, restaurants and festivals all over the Midwest. Danielsen’s music style has been described as “a little rock, a little roots.” More information about this offering and other Bettendorf Public Library events can be found on the library’s website at or by calling 563-344-4179.

ABOUT the Bettendorf Public Library Information Center: Located at 2950 Learning Campus Drive, Bettendorf, Iowa 52722, the Library’s mission is “Committed to providing access to information and ideas for all.” For more information, visit or call 563-344-4175.

ABOUT the Friends of the Bettendorf Public Library: The Friends are members of a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and promoting the Bettendorf Public Library. More information about the Friends can be found by visiting

Lee Brice Coming To Moline’s TaxSlayer Center

Led Zep, Boo At The Zoo, Iron And Wine, Doggie Costumes And More In This Week's FUN10Lee Brice with special guest Lainey Wilson will perform at 7 p.m. Thursday, November 4, 2021 at the TaxSlayer Center, 1401 River Drive, Moline.

Tickets go on sale Friday, September 24 at 10 am.

Davenport Public Library Holding Teen Events

The Davenport Public Library invites all teens ages 11-19 to DIY Teen!

Macramé Water Bottle Bag – Saturday, November 6th at 2:00 pm at Eastern: Hydration is so important. Keep your reusable water bottle nearby by learning how to macramé your own water bottle bag! You will “knot” be disappointed. Registration is required at:

Origami Kawaii Tissue Box – Friday, November 19th at 4:00 pm at Main: Create itty bitty kawaii tissue boxes that are fun to make and perfect as gifts for those friends who have adorable tiny sneezes.  Registration is required at:

Clay Agate Ornaments – Tuesday, November 23rd at 6:00 pm at Fairmount: Have some FIMO Clay fun as we learn to make stunning faux agate ornaments. Registration is required at:

These programs are hosted indoors. Your family’s safety is important to us. Masks are recommended for teen attendees. Please observe social distancing and follow local COVID-19 safety recommendations. These programs are subject to COVID-19 safety protocol updates. Check our Facebook page for updates.

These events are FREE and open to the public. For more information visit or call the library at (563) 326-7832.


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Sean Leary is an author, director, artist, musician, producer and entrepreneur who has been writing professionally since debuting at age 11 in the pages of the Comics Buyers Guide. An honors graduate of the University of Southern California masters program, he has written over 50 books including the best-sellers The Arimathean, Every Number is Lucky to Someone and We Are All Characters.