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Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 7, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 7, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 7, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 7, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 7, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 7, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

1948ers Lecture Series: Part IV

join us virtually as Yogi Reppmann takes us through the story of German 1848ers and their journey to the U.S.; free for members, $5 for non-members; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Sunday, August 7, 2022, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 8, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 8, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 8, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 8, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 8, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 8, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 9, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 9, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 9, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 9, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 9, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 9, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 10, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 10, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 10, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 10, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 10, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 10, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 11, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 11, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 11, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 11, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 11, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 11, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 12, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 12, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 12, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 12, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 12, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 12, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 13, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 13, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 13, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 13, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 13, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 13, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 14, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 14, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 14, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 14, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 14, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 14, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Grant Wood: Prairie Rebel

in this 45-minute solo performance by Tom Mulligan, Grant Wood chats with the audience as if talking to an old friend across the backyard fence, or maybe at his home at Five Turner Alley in Cedar Rapids; he tells us about his life and how he changed the art world forever with his work; $5 for non-members, free for members; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Sunday, August 14, 2022, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 15, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 15, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 15, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 15, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 15, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 15, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 16, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Historic Summer Sitting Tour

learn about where German immigrants worked, lived, and created a community; the presentation will share details of their personal lives, as well as notable architectural styles found throughout downtown and the Gold Coast; this event will utilize photographs and provide historical context relevant to early German immigrants to the area; the talk requires minimal walking; $5; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Wednesday, August 17, 2022, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 18, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 18, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 18, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 19, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 19, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 19, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 19, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 19, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 19, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 20, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 20, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 20, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Historic Summer Walking Tours

learn about where German immigrants worked, lived, and created a community; the walking tour will share details of their personal lives, as well as notable architectural styles found throughout downtown and the Gold Coast; the tour is approximately one mile long and limited to 15 people; there is limited accessibility for those with mobility limitations; be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and bring water; $5; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Saturday, August 20, 2022, 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 21, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 21, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 21, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 21, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 21, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 21, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Iowa's Ethnic Heritage: A Brief Interactive History

enjoy the unfolding adventure of Iowa’s immigration history from Native Americans to Spanish explorers to French trappers & traders; to German, Irish, & English immigrants; to more recent arrivals, including Sudanese, Bosnians, & Burmese; we’ll follow chronologically as our immigrant ancestors chose to leave their homes, settle in Iowa, and added their ethnic contributions to our unique state history; $5 for non-members, free for members; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Sunday, August 21, 2022, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 22, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 22, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 22, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 22, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 22, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 22, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 23, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 23, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 23, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 23, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 23, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 23, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 24, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 24, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 24, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 24, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 24, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 24, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 25, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 25, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 25, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 25, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 25, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, August 25, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 26, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 26, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 26, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 26, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 26, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, August 26, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 27, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 27, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 27, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 27, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 27, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, August 27, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 28, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 28, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 28, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 28, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 28, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, August 28, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 29, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 29, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 29, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 29, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 29, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, August 29, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 30, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 30, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 30, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 30, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 30, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, August 30, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 31, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 31, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 31, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 31, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 31, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, August 31, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, September 1, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, September 1, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, September 1, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, September 1, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, September 1, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, September 1, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, September 2, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, September 2, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, September 2, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, September 2, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, September 2, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, September 2, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, September 3, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, September 3, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, September 3, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, September 3, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, September 3, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, September 3, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Build! Create! Innovate!

the exhibit includes 3,600 square feet of building space and more than 15,000 KEVA Planks, along with photography of local architecture and a pre-built bridge, Kone Tower, and the Putnam’s iconic Velie automobile; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, September 4, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Faces of the Past

an original Putnam exhibit that explores portraiture around the world and across time as a reflection of self-identity, popular culture, mythology, and ritual; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, September 4, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, September 4, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Mother Nature: Modern Muse

life on Earth has been evolving for billions of years; from single-celled organisms to giant blue whales, the story of life is one of trial and error; Mother Nature is continually discovering unique and innovative solutions and strategies that support life on Earth; the exhibit includes examples from the Putnam’s collection, supplemental reading material, and an opportunity to try your hand at your own design; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission, free for Putnam members; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, September 4, 2022. Putnam Museum & Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, September 4, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Pollination Investigation

exhibition that explores the who, what, when, where, why, and how of pollination by interpreting the unique relationship between pollinators and flowers; Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. noon-5pm; free with $8-9 admission; for information, call 563-324-1933. Venue: Putnam Museum & Science Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, September 4, 2022. Putnam Museum * Science Center. For more info visit www.putnam.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, September 5, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, September 5, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, September 6, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, September 6, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, September 7, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, September 7, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, September 8, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Thursday, September 8, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, September 9, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Friday, September 9, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, September 10, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Saturday, September 10, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, September 11, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Sunday, September 11, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

1948ers Lecture Series: Part V

join us virtually as Yogi Reppmann takes us through the story of German 1848ers and their journey to the U.S.; free for members, $5 for non-members; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Sunday, September 11, 2022, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, September 12, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Monday, September 12, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, September 13, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Tuesday, September 13, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Kaiserslautern: Items from the GAHC's Collection

explore the connections between Davenport and our German sister city, Kaiserslautern. Featuring items from our own collection, learn about the relationship between these two cities; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, September 14, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.

Our Neighbors, Our Friends

thru Sept. 18; exhibit including firsthand accounts of migration, story/text panels, images, temporarily loaned objects from refugees, and media components: video interviews, short stories, and more, presented in partnership with the non-profit Tapestry Farms, which utilizes urban properties to create a garden space within our city; Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm; free with $3-5 admission; for information, call 563-322-8844. Venue: German American Heritage Center. Event Duration: One-Time. Wednesday, September 14, 2022. German American Heritage Center. For more info visit gahc.org.