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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.

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

Rick Springfield Coming To Rust Belt Tonight

The dude who sang “Jessie’s Girl” – Rick Springfield – is coming to the Quad Cities!

Before you say, “I’ve never heard of that song!”… You are lying and you are probably wanting to go see Rick belt it out!

Although Rick Springfield’s music was frequently dismissed as vapid teen idol fare, his best moments have actually withstood the test of time far better than most critics would ever have imagined, emerging as some of the most well-crafted mainstream power pop of the 1980s.

Springfield brings his rocking – and nostalgic -show to East Moline’s Rust Belt on February 26, 2023!

Learn more: Rick Springfield

Rick Springfield Coming To East Moline's Rust Belt

Girls Night Out Coming To Quad-Cities

Grab your gals and get ready to have a blast with B100 during Girls Night Out at the Figge March 4 at 5pm! We’re bringing the Figge to life after hours with:

– Live Music from the Figge’s Quad City Bank & Trust Grand Lobby
– Prizes & Giveaways every 15 Minutes
– A Museum Scavenger Hunt
– Make Your Own Journal: Art Activity
– Brick & Motor Pop-up Shop and Exclusive Collection Drop (+ Discount)
– Cash Bar

Enjoy all four floors of the museum, including our latest major exhibition, “Sporting Fashion: Outdoor Girls from 1800 to 1960,” a must-see exhibition exploring over 150 years of fashion pioneered by fearless women through 64 fully accessorized head-to-toe garments presented from the height of each sport’s popularity.

This event is just $10, so grab your girlfriends and make it a #MuseumNight! Registration is required for access.


Girls Night Out at the Figge March 4

Get Ready To Laugh In LeClaire

Laugh In LeClaire is back March 4!

Join us for a night of laughs and cocktails at the MRDC Celebration Center!

Cocktail hour opens at 6:00pm. Comedy will begin promptly at 8:00pm – we ask that you be seated at your table by this time! We will have food available for purchase during cocktail hour. Please plan to join us early!
NOTE: We are offering 2 different seating options:
-4 seat bar tables
-8 seat round tables


Laugh in LeClaire March 4

Kristen Toomey
Kristen Toomey’s comedy career began in 2008. Since then she has performed in L.A., New York City and everywhere in between. Her commanding stage presence and energetic, expressive and truthful style of comedy are just a few of the reasons entertainment website, The A.V. Club, said, “Kristen Toomey is a Chicago original.” Kristen is a regular on the late-night comedy show Man of the People with Pat Tomasulo. She is an actress as well, most recently appearing on an episode of Chicago Med. You can see & hear her on her podcast, I’m Upset!, Kevin Hart’s LOL Network, WGN Radio 720, & NPR’s The 21st.
“Watching her is like watching a sitcom in the wings.”-Chicago Reader

“Toomey is part of the tradition of comics who kill while sober.”- Chicago Tribune

“Keep an eye out for Kristen Toomey”- Huffington Post

“Kristen Toomey is the Mother of all Comedians”- Rebellious Magazine


Adam Allgood
Adam Allgood is a writer, standup and sketch comedian from Reno, Nevada (aka Biggest Little City and/or Silver State). He’s been performing in the greater Los Angeles area (aka Tinseltown, Hollyweird) for the past 8 years at venues and festivals. He has written and acted in many comedy videos. He was in a Comedy Central snapchat video for but a mere second, he was a lead in a feature length film about vaping, and there was also one video where he stabs David Arquette. Yet despite all this success he still fears the void and the darkness. Currently, he can be seen in the Pack Theater’s sketch team, Lick.

Special Guest
Leah Kayajanian
Born in Boston and raised in small town Oklahoma, Leah developed a one-of-a-kind comedic voice that has made her a must-see performer in Los Angeles, Oklahoma City, and most recently, Chicago. While widely known for her writing chops and her “legend” status in LA’s roast battle scene, Leah’s been entertaining audiences all over the country with her authentic onstage presence for over 15 years. Leah’s career highlights include TV appearances on Comedy Central’s Road to Roast Battle (2016), Roast Battle II (2017), and Fox’s Laughs TV (2015, 2016). Leah was a featured performer on LA Riot Fest (2016) and Portland’s highly acclaimed Bridgetown Comedy Festival (2013, 2015). She won the title of LA’s first Roast Battle Champion in 2016, was a semifinalist on NBC’s 2014 Standup for Diversity Showcase, and in 2009, was named “Funniest Person in Oklahoma City.”

Bobby Ray Bunch
Bobby Ray Bunch is the third most famous person from Iowa behind John Wayne and Tom Arnold (don’t fact check it). He has traveled the country performing stand up comedy since 2012 and has been fortunate enough to share the stage with Todd Barry, Kyle Kinane, Tig Notaro and Uncle Joey from Full House. In his free time he is a real estate agent and has yet to sell a house.

Clock Special Event Clocking In Next Weekend

A special event is coming to Clock Inc.!


– Make Up Artists
– Wig Experts
– Clothing Assistance
– Photo Shoot

When: March 4, 11 AM – 2 PM
Where: Clock Inc., 4102 46th Ave, Rock Island


Clock Inc. Special Event Slated for March 4

Get Fit On The Skybridge

Get Fit on the Davenport Sky Bridge!

Free fitness every Sunday at 9am. Beat those winter blues, keep those cold muscles active and share a smile or a high 5 with some great people! There is about 50 mins tonwalk, jog run, climb stairs, shake your hips with Zumba and so much more! Positive quotes are hung throughout the course that you go at your own pace at. At the end we draw for prizes thanks to local businesses donating ever week! Wear layers it gets warm inside, water available, and a great playlist!

Skybridge Fitness, Fleetwood Mac, Pre-Resolutions Fun, And More In This Week's FUN10!

Glaspell Gets The Spotlight With New QC Theater

The New Athens Players — a new theater group in the QCA — will present:
SPOTLIGHT ON SUSAN GLASPELL — a 1 ½ hour program of three short stage pieces connected to the famous and yet still frequently neglected Pulitzer-Prize-winning Davenport writer, Susan Glaspell. Glaspell, along with her husband, George Cram Cook, were active in the arts and literary scene in the Quad Cities in the early 20th century; together they moved to the East Coast and founded the Provincetown Players, a ground-breaking theater company in which Eugene O’Neill got his start.
Directed by Mischa Hooker.
New Quad-Cities Theater Group Presenting Susan Glaspell Play
Show Dates:

• Sun., Feb. 26: 2:00 p.m.
• Fri., Mar. 3: 7:30 p.m.
• Sat., Mar. 4: 7:30 p.m.
• Sun., Mar. 5: 2:00 p.m.
Location: The Village Theatre (211 E 11 St., Davenport, IA)
Tickets: $12 each (senior / student / military discount: $10); or 2 for $20 cash
Reservations: Email NewAthensPlayers@gmail.com (be sure to request reservations at least 24 hours before showtime; reservations are official when you receive confirmation email; any unclaimed reservations will be released for general purchase 10 mins before showtime)
Seating: General admission; doors will be open 30 minutes before performance time

The three pieces on the bill are:

• Susan Glaspell’s most famous one-act play, Trifles — a play that demonstrates the quiet solidarity between women in the context of a murder trial (based on a crime and investigation Susan Glaspell reported on in Des Moines)
• A dramatization of Susan Glaspell’s short story, “The Rules of the Institution” — a piece that showcases a young woman’s rebellion against arbitrarily imposed traditions of behavior
• A memorial of Susan Glaspell’s husband Jig Cook and his untimely death in Greece, made up of excerpts from the poetry of Cook, along with the reminiscences of Susan Glaspell and fellow Quad Cities writer Floyd Dell: “An Iowa Seer Comes Home to Greece: Memories of Jig Cook”

Concurrently and in sympathy with this production, but not formally affiliated with the company, Susan Glaspell scholar Marcia Noe will be giving a public lecture, “What Was in the Water in Davenport? The Story of Three Davenport Writers,” at the Davenport Public Library at 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 25, sharing some of the insights and researches from her new (2022) study Three Midwestern Playwrights: How Floyd Dell, George Cram Cook and Susan Glaspell Transformed American Theatre. [https://davenportlibrary.libcal.com/event/9765700]
New Athens Players: A New Theater Group [https://www.facebook.com/NewAthensPlayers/]

Inspired by the example of Susan Glaspell and the Provincetown Players, the NEW ATHENS PLAYERS plan to produce plays that are small-scale and intimate, yet adventurous and creative. With one foot in the traditions of the past and one foot in the innovative possibilities of the present and the future, we will pay homage to dramatic classics of all sorts, including the works of Susan Glaspell and the Provincetown Players, and those they drew on and influenced in turn, while also presenting newer works that give voice to the concerns and issues of the present.

In keeping with the goal of highlighting the often unrecognized achievements of Susan Glaspell, the NEW ATHENS PLAYERS will produce at least one piece written by Susan Glaspell or adapted from her work each season. In forging new theatrical ideas and aims, The Provincetown Players were relentless experimenters and especially presented programs of multiple one-act plays by different writers; this tradition of experimentation and attention to short forms will be continued in many of our programs.
The name of the group is inspired by a particular suggestion George Cram Cook made, that after their experience with the Provincetown Players, they should “gather the old Davenport crowd together … and make it a new Athens!”

Music Bingo Rocks On Wednesday

How well do you know your music?
Well, is it well enough to play MUSIC BINGO?
If you think so, you can check it out EVERY Wednesday Night at 7pm at The Tangled Wood (Bettendorf).
B-I-N-G-O + Name That Tune + Sing-a-longs = Rock Star Bingo
FREE To Play
Win FREE drinks!
Skybridge Fitness, Fleetwood Mac, Pre-Resolutions Fun, And More In This Week's FUN10!
Think you know your music?
If you know what song contains these lyrics, you would probably love Rock Star Bingo!
“And she’s watching him with those eyes,
And she’s loving him with that body, I just know it,
Yeah ‘n’ he’s holding her in his arms late, late at night.”
What is Rock Star Bingo?
Just like “regular” bingo, but we replaced bingo numbers, like “B16”, with parts of songs. If you know the song title (no phones, devices or apps – basically no cheating), then place a bingo chip on that square. Get 5 squares in a row and you’re a winner!!
It’s the most fun you will ever have playing bingo!

Big Room Open Mic Tonight

Looking for some laughs tonight?

The Big Room Open Mic opens the stage at 7 p.m. tonight at the Village Theatre in the Village of East Davenport.

Come and check out the fun, and if you’re so inclined step up on stage for your own material.

See ya there!

Hoops At The TaxSlayer, Open Mic At Village Theatre, 'Revolutionists' And More In The FUN10!

Student Artworks On Display At Mall

Davenport Community School District Elementary Schools NorthPark Mall Art Exhibit is going on through March 6th!
There will be 14 sets of two-sided panels are set up in the NorthPark Mall between Rue 21 & Express Men, half-way between JC Penny and Von Maur. Schools featured include Adams, Blue Grass, Buchanan, Buffalo, Eisenhower, Fillmore, Garfield, Harrison, Hayes, Jackson, Jefferson, Madison, McKinley, Monroe, Truman, Walcott, Washington, and Wilson.
Davenport Community School District Artists' Work On Display At NorthPark Through March 6



‘Anchorman’ Comedian Coming To Davenport

Whether you’re a fan of Gene Tenace at the plate, Ron Burgundy’s musk, or chicken of the cave, you’ll want to check out David Koechner, the comedian who played Champ Kind in the “Anchorman” movies, and “The Office’s” Todd Packer, for shows at 5 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, March 5 at Rhythm City Casino Rhythm Room, 7077 Elmore Ave., Davenport.

The shows include a 7:30 p.m. evening of standup, and a 5 p.m. trivia show themed around the nine-season run of The Office.

For more info, WHAMMY, click here!

Tickets are available at https://fal.cn/3w8l1

'Anchorman's' Champ Kind, David Koechner, Coming To Davenport



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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.
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