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“Children of Eden” Sparks to Life July 21

July 21st, 2023
“Children of Eden” Sparks to Life July 21

“Children of Eden” Opens July 21 in Galesburg! Stephen Schwartz and John Caird’s musical, “Children of Eden” casts the beloved biblical stories of Genesis through the personal lens of family. The hit musicals will run July 21-30 at Galesburg’s Prairie Players Civic Theatre! “Children of Eden” starts with the very beginning: the creation of the universe. Father breathes life into his children, Adam and Eve, and learns that the hardest part of being a loving Father is letting go. It’s a lesson that translates into the parenting of Cain, Abel, and Seth — and is reiterated once... Read More

Illinois’ Carl Sandburg Songbag Concert Series presents Angela Meyer Today

July 10th, 2022
Illinois' Carl Sandburg Songbag Concert Series presents Angela Meyer Today

The Carl Sandburg Songbag Concert Series continues with musical artist Angela Meyer on Sunday, July 10, at the Carl Sandburg State Historic Site in Galesburg. Growing up in rural Iowa, Meyer first encountered music as a child on her grandparents’ record player. Picking up a guitar at age 15, she began writing her own songs. She now makes her home in the Quad Cities and recently released her new album “Legions and Legends.” Meyer’s acoustic set will incorporate many genres. Featuring country and western music, she will play both original and cover tunes. Meyer’s performance will be in... Read More

Rare Quad-Cities Child-Care Therapist Helps Kids, Families Cope With Covid

May 11th, 2021
Rare Quad-Cities Child-Care Therapist Helps Kids, Families Cope With Covid

The long and painful Covid-19 pandemic has hurt the mental health of most everyone, but Katrina Eirinberg has been focusing on helping local families with young children. She is the mental health therapist (and a licensed clinical professional counselor) for SAL Family & Community Services, home to Skip-a-Long Child Development Services. Children, without the ability to fully grasp what’s happened over the past year, can only feel that things have changed — and often, those feelings spark anxiety and fear, Eirinberg said Tuesday. “With the pandemic, we’ve had to create a whole new... Read More

Rally Around Obstacles At All About Pets In Galesburg Today

March 14th, 2021
Rally Around Obstacles At All About Pets In Galesburg Today

Rally Around Obstacles with your pets today, Sunday, at 3 p.m. at All About Pets, 750 W. Main St., Galesburg! Come play, observe and register for future classes. Hosted by: Heather Jacobs, ABC-DT of Heather’s Fabulous Dog Care, & Obi Oki, ABC-DT of All About Pets LLC. Where: All About Pets, Daycare Area, 750 W Main Street, Galesburg, IL. When: Sunday, March 14 From: 3pm till 4:30pm Purpose: FUN Challenge, and stimulate your dog in a safe, warm, social environment. Cost: $20/per dog. Space is limited. You must preregister. Prerequisites: Vaccinations, and basic obedience. An opportunity... Read More

IHMVCU Donates Galesburg Building To United Way of Knox County

December 20th, 2020
IHMVCU Donates Galesburg Building To United Way of Knox County

Galesburg – While the building at 1215 Monmouth Blvd. isn’t trash, it’s definitely another man’s treasure. IHMVCU was approached by United Way of Knox County to consider donating the building and property. The goal is to consolidate all their operations, including administrative offices, the After School Supper meal program and Teen Court, under one roof. “We’ve been looking for options and the Monmouth Blvd property fits the bill,” said Laun Dunn, United Way of Knox County Executive Director. “It’s a good location on a bus route, there’s plenty of parking and it’s close to... Read More

Quad-Cities’ Nova Singers Offer “Peace, Love, Joy” for the Holiday Season

December 9th, 2020
Quad-Cities' Nova Singers Offer “Peace, Love, Joy” for the Holiday Season

In a crazy year when most theaters and choirs have canceled performances, the Nova Singers have found a way to come together in person, to bring some much-needed peace, love and joy into our lives on Saturday. Under the direction of their fearless, passionate founder, Dr. Laura Lane, the 20-member vocal ensemble will present its first livestream event on Saturday, Dec. 12 at 7:30 p.m. On Facebook Live, “Peace, Love, Joy!” will feature solos, small group performances, and songs by the whole ensemble, with commentary by artistic director Laura Lane, director of choral activities at Knox College,... Read More

Huntington’s Disease Walk Being Held In Galesburg October 4

September 12th, 2020
Huntington's Disease Walk Being Held In Galesburg October 4

The Huntington’s Disease Society of America’s (HDSA) Illinois Chapter will be hosting the Galesburg Virtual Team Hope Walk on Sunday, October 4. Team Hope is HDSA’s largest national grassroots fundraising event. Thousands of families, friends, co-workers, neighbors and communities walk together each year to support HDSA’s fight to improve the lives of people affected by Huntington’s disease (HD) and their families. A virtual walk is a real walk, but on your terms: You get to choose your own course, you can walk in your driveway, neighborhood, in your house and even on... Read More

What’s The Good News For September?

September 9th, 2020
What's The Good News For September?

We’re headed into fall, and there’s plenty of good news to report around the Quad-Cities, even in the midst of a challenging year. And every month, QuadCities.com and KWQC-TV6’s Paula Sands Live team up to give you What’s The Good News, Quad-Cities? It’s a fun look around at some of the positive things going on in our community. Here’s the good news for September 2020: Pupper Of The Week And It’s Caturday With so much negativity around the world, QuadCities.com is trying to bring as much positive news and good vibes to the area media as possible. Along those lines, QuadCities.com... Read More

Quad-Cities Theaters Take Different Approaches To Re-Opening

June 29th, 2020
Quad-Cities Theaters Take Different Approaches To Re-Opening

During this unprecedented, scary time of Covid-19, it seems apropos that the first indoor live theater in the Quad-Cities since the shutdown will be the spooky ghost story, “The Turn of the Screw,” next month at Moline’s Black Box Theatre. The 60-seat theater (1623 5th Ave.) will open at half capacity on July 16 and close the 19th. “It is a short run,” said director Lora Adams, “but the set was almost completed and the actors’ schedules have changed since March, so we are only able to do the four-day weekend.” Actor Matt Walsh and Kayla Jo Pulliam will bring the creepy tale to life... Read More

Local Union 25 Driving Knox College’s Umbeck Science And Math Center Renovation

February 19th, 2019
Local Union 25 Driving Knox College's Umbeck Science And Math Center Renovation

The magnificent, massive 55-foot skeleton of a rare Finn whale will be displayed in the atrium of the finished Umbeck Science and Mathematics Center in Galesburg’s Knox College, but in the midst of the complex’s construction, it’s the backbone of hard-working Local Union 25 craftsmen who are creating the building’s solid foundation. Over two dozen union members are hard at work on the $43 million, 30,000 square foot project, aiming for a finishing date of Thanksgiving 2019, and in an edifice dedicated to the study of science and mathematics those union workers are utilizing their skills... Read More