4 Things to do in the Quad Cities This Weekend
It seems there's something for everyone going on in the QCA this weekend-fishing, theatre, music, and movies. Here's the rundown:
1. QCCA Expo Center Outdoor Show- You'll get expert advice from some top names in the world of fishing from Ted Takasaki, Hank Parker, and Matt Straw. The show starts today at 4 pm and runs through Sunday. Activities for the kids like a trout pond and minnow races. Plenty of boats, motors and fishing gear.
2. "Seussical Jr." opens this weekend at Davenport Junior Theatre, it's the first Broadway production to be performed there in the pas10 years. Performances are featured as part of the Davenport Junior Theatre's 66th season and will show off the newly-renovated theater, which showtimes include 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.Tickets sold at the door, no reservations.
3. GAS Feed and Seed Festival (music): Feb. 15-17, Village of East Davenport will kick-off on tonight with a grand, farm-to-table feast -- prepared by some of the finest chefs in the Midwest -- served family style. Festival goers and artists performing will all be seated together at long tables, allowing for a unique interaction and a great way to commence a weekend of community, communion, company and incredible, inspiring performances across every genre of music and comedy.
4. The Mississippi River Distilling Company continues its Cocktail Cinema series with a screening of "The Princess Bride" this weekend. Enjoy the movie while sipping on drinks at Cody Road Cocktail House, Cody Road, LeClaire, Iowa. Movie starts at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Admission is free.
I hope you have a chance to get out and experience some of the fun happening in the Quad-Cities this weekend!