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Council Bluffs Farmers Market

4:30 to 7:30PM | North Side of Bayliss Park
The Farmers Market will be held each Thursday evening until September 28th at Bayliss Park from 4:30-7:30 pm. (Previously, the market was held on the 100 Block of West Broadway.) It features fresh, locally-grown vegetables, honey, plants, jams & jellies, baked products, eggs, art, handmade jewelry and much more.

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Contact: The 712 Initiative
(712) 396-2494
ddouglas@the712initiative.org

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Garden Walk

10AM to 4PM | Historic General Dodge House
Tip-toe through lovely flowers and a variety of landscapes during this annual General's Ladies summer event. Call regarding admission fee and other details.

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Contact: Historic General Dodge House
(712) 322-2406
http://www.dodgehouse.org

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Music in the Park - Rat Pack Jazz

6:30PM | Bayliss Park
Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family and friends to enjoy free music in Bayliss Park on Thursday nights beginning at 6:30 pm.

Rat Pack Jazz is the featured group offering the music of Sinatra, Martin and Cole.

This is the same evening as the Council Bluffs Farmers Market which takes place on the north side of the park from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm (formerly held on the 100 Block of West Broadway).

Music in the Park is presented by Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment and Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation.

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Contact: Emily Globe
(712) 396-2484
emily@PACEartsiowa.org
http://www.councilbluffs-ia.gov/294/Music-Movies-in-the-Park

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Aaron Lewis sings odes to classic country music performing from his latest album Sinner with special guest performer Frankie Ballard. Aaron commits to expanding the lifetime of country music with a few songs like “Country Boy” which was released on his first EP in 2011. He’s taking it to another level with this new album offering music with lyrical power backed by the production of country legend Buddy Cannon. His voice is a raw tale of the candid intent behind true country music so fans are sure to love his approach.

Frankie Ballard follows with the release of his second album titled El Rio. Ballard will be coming off of a Europe tour once he touches the midwest shaping a concert for fans who love the storytelling ballads of country living. If you have an affinity for the blend of guitar strums with a steady bass then you will love Frankie’s sound. Frankie makes it known that he hopes to continue to bring the honest element of his songwriting to the stage and promises to remind you how to have a good time.

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(800) 745-3000
https://tinyurl.com/y9647hc8

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Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family and friends to enjoy a free movie in Bayliss Park on Friday nights after dusk. Concessions may be available during showtimes.

Trolls is the featured film this week.

Rainouts are scheduled for the following Saturday evening.

Movies in the Park are presented by Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment and Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation.

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(712) 396-2484
https://www.facebook.com/events/283408372091957/

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The Naturalist School Summer Field Season: Session #5

8AM to 12PM | Hitchcock Nature Center
Join us for the fifth and final session of the 2017 Summer Field Season of The Naturalist School at Hitchcock Nature Center.

The Naturalist School at Hitchcock Nature Center field seasons are for those who seek to deepen awareness of, commitment to, and engagement in citizen science, nature education and conservation in Iowa's Loess Hills and the surrounding ecosystems. These workshops are intended for adults who love nature and are committed to the study, conservation, and preservation of native ecosystems.

Be a part of The Naturalist School at Hitchcock Nature Center. Session #5 will be held Saturday, July 1st, from 8:00 a.m. to noon. Occasionally session start times may vary due to weather and phenology. Registered participants will receive communication confirming session start time and meeting location prior to each session.

2017 Summer Field Season Dates:
Saturday, May 27th
Saturday, June 3rd
Saturday, June 10th
Saturday, June 17th
Saturday, July 1st

Summer topics include woodland & savanna ecology, lepidopterans, odonates, pond ecology, breeding frogs & toads, nesting birds, woodland & savanna plants, fungi, bryophytes, lichens, & other taxa & topics.

Cost for this event is $20.00 per person for each individual session or participants may register for the 5 week field season for a discounted rate of $65.00. Pre-registration is required at least 5 days in advance of each session as space is limited.

Register online for either the 5 week season or for individual sessions at www.pottcoconservation.com. Please call 712-545-3283 for more information.

Students will want to bring food, water, binoculars, hand lenses, notebooks, and field guides as appropriate to the topic. Please note, The Naturalist School workshops require walking long distances over steep terrain and will take place rain or shine. Workshops may be physically challenging for participants.


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Contact: Jeff Franco
(712) 545-3283
jeff.franco@pottcounty-ia.gov
www.pottcoconservation.com

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2017 Lake Manawa Fireworks

10PM | Lake Manawa State Park
Join the friends of Lake Manawa for the biggest fireworks show ever! The show begins at 10:00 PM with parking available all around the lake.

Listen on 101.9 the KEG!

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Join a celebration and dedication of the recently completed Pottawattamie County Freedom Rock south of the Grand Gazebo in Oakland's Chautauqua Park.

The Freedom Rock is one of many in the state of Iowa to thank and pay tribute to veterans and military service members. Artist Ray "Bubba" Sorensen II created the original Freedom Rock in Adair County in 1999 and has since painted similar rocks throughout the state with the goal of having one in all of Iowa's 99 counties.

The Pottawattamie County Freedom Rock was a project of the Oakland Friday Coffee Ladies with support from many individuals and groups. Donations are still being accepted to defray the current and future expenses. Those can be sent to the Freedom Rock Fund, 39503 Honeysuckle Rd, Oakland, IA 51560-4207.

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http://www.facebook.com/thepottawattamiecountyfreedomrock

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Music in the Park - AOR

6:30PM | Bayliss Park
Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family and friends to enjoy free music in Bayliss Park on Thursday nights beginning at 6:30 pm.

AOR is the featured group performing acoustic rock.

This is the same evening as the Council Bluffs Farmers Market which takes place on the north side of the park from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm (formerly held on the 100 Block of West Broadway).

Music in the Park is presented by Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment and Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation.

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Contact: Emily Globe
(712) 396-2484
emily@PACEartsiowa.org
http://www.councilbluffs-ia.gov/294/Music-Movies-in-the-Park

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Red, White & You! Patriotic Night at the Museum

5 to 7PM | Union Pacific Railroad Museum
The Union Pacific Railroad Museum’s July Family Night on Friday, July 7, is all about first responders and veterans. Meet your community firefighters, see inside a fire truck, and meet a police officer, county deputy and one of Union Pacific’s own special agents. And don’t forget to see the model military trains, speak with several veterans who now work for Union Pacific and enjoy story time. This month’s partners include the Council Bluffs Fire Department, Council Bluffs Police Department, Pottawattamie County Sheriff’s Office, Union Pacific, and the Council Bluffs Public Library.

Repeat guests should bring their Family Night 2017 punch card and check in upon arrival. Individuals who get their card stamped at least seven times this year will eligible for a six-person trip aboard the Boone & Scenic Valley Railroad in Boone, Iowa. New visitors can request a card upon check in at the Museum. The special drawing for the trip will occur at the December 2017 family night. You must be present to win.

Admission is free to all family nights. Donations are gladly accepted.

Family Nights at the Museum are held the first Friday of every month from 5-7 p.m. In addition to providing extended hours for visitors to access the Museum’s range of interactive displays on railroading and the history of the west, each family night also features a unique arts or learning opportunity that is fun for the entire family. Next month’s Family Night is Aug. 4 and features the theme, “Track it Down: Family Night at the Museum.”


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Contact: Union Pacific Railroad Museum
(712) 329-8307
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AWOLNATION with special guest PVRIS

8PM | Stir Concert Cove
AWOLNATION has an international following with its alternative new wave rock and roll having performed at places like Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Late Show and MTV Live. Led by Aaron Bruno, the band is signed to Red Bull Records with two albums currently under belt. Formed in 2010, AWOLNATION has a few anthems including “Sail”, “Woman Woman” and “Burn it Down.” Aaron revealed in an MTV news interview that the background of the band name stems from his high school nickname, “Awol.” He said he always enjoyed the option of leaving social circumstances in order to be himself. The metaphor plays well into this genre of music meant to help you either get away or celebrate the good times with friends.

PVRIS (pronounced ‘paris) features three funky alternative rock artists Lynn, Alex and Brian. While still young, their sound is reminiscent of Effervescence with a twist of Pink. They have already taken stages between the United States and Europe. This is also their second time on tour with AWOLNATION so they are not strangers to the game by any means. The first female voice in the Stir Cove concert series, lead singer Lynn showcases impeccable vocal range, plus plays the guitar. Also in the band is Brian on bass and keys along with Alex on guitar and keyboard. The group is famous for their album White Noise released in 2015 and also popular for their goofy sense of humor during countless YouTube interviews.

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(800) 745-3000
https://tinyurl.com/y9647hc8

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Free Movies in the Park - Sing

9PM | Bayliss Park
Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family and friends to enjoy a free movie in Bayliss Park on Friday nights after dusk. Concessions may be available during showtimes.

Sing is the featured film this week.

Rainouts are scheduled for the following Saturday evening.

Movies in the Park are presented by Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment and Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation.

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(712) 396-2484
https://www.facebook.com/events/283408372091957/

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This performance is dedicated entirely to Pink Floyd fit with laser and light show and video animations. Brit Floyd and band take you back to all of your favorite moments jamming out to music by the acclaimed Pink Floyd group. “Run Like Hell” if you don’t like rock and roll tributes because this one will guarantee to excite the truest of fans. Acclaimed as the world's greatest live tribute to Pink Floyd, Brit Floyd has managed to bring thousands of fans back to life with the Immersion World Tour.

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(800) 745-3000
https://tinyurl.com/y9647hc8

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Partners on the Prairie

10AM to 2PM | Vincent Bluff State Preserve
Spend a summer day on the prairie! Join many of Iowa's conservation leaders at Vincent Bluff State Preserve for a day of land care, community and hands-on experience restoring a true remnant prairie! Together, we'll remove brush and invasive species to enhance the health of this unique, urban prairie. A light lunch will be provided. This event precedes the Iowa Prairie Conference.

Please bring water bottle, appropriate clothing, sturdy shoes, lawn chair, and sun protection.

Due to limited parking, a shuttle will be available at the Mall of the Bluffs parking lot, across from the McDonald's. Shuttle will depart at 9:30 am and 9:45 am.

Event partners include Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation, Pottawatomie County Conservation, Harrison County Conservation, The Nature Conservancy, Department of Natural Resources, Loess Hills Preservation Society, Iowa Prairie Network, Loess Hills Alliance, and Fontenelle Forest.

Please RSVP if you intend to participate.

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Contact: Mary Runkel
(515) 288-1846 x17
mrunkel@inhf.org

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Bikes on 100 Block

5 to 10PM | 100 Block
Motorcycles, their owners, and fans are invited to this monthly event held on west Broadway between Second and First streets May-August.

This month features the Eagle tribute band, Hotel Desperado, which will perform 7-10 pm. The event begins at 5 pm with food available for purchase. A beer garden will be set-up to sell beer and other beverages.

There is no admission fee. The event is hosted by Crash Davis of 101.9 The Keg and presented by Edwards Motorsports & RVs.

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http://www.BikesOn100Block.com

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Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family and friends to enjoy free music in Bayliss Park on Thursday nights beginning at 6:30 pm.

Heartland of America Band is the featured group performing pop and country.

This is the same evening as the Council Bluffs Farmers Market which takes place on the north side of the park from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm (formerly held on the 100 Block of West Broadway).

Music in the Park is presented by Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment and Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation.

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Contact: Emily Globe
(712) 396-2484
emily@PACEartsiowa.org
http://www.councilbluffs-ia.gov/294/Music-Movies-in-the-Park

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Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family and friends to enjoy a free movie in Bayliss Park on Friday nights after dusk. Concessions may be available during showtimes.

Finding Dory is the featured film this week.

Rainouts are scheduled for the following Saturday evening.

Movies in the Park are presented by Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment and Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation.

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(712) 396-2484
https://www.facebook.com/events/283408372091957/

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Blondie consists of singer-songwriter Debbie Harry, Chris Stein, guitarist and writer plus drummer Clem Burke. The group is often attributed to being pop icons having laid the foundation for indie rock and pop since the 1970’s. They have amounted over 40 million albums sold and inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006. Experiencing their show is not one to be missed.

Sharing the stage next is Garbage, a four-person band now working on their 6th album which was recorded in the basement of Butch Vig. The band originally debut in 1995 with a studio recorded album Strange Little Birds known for its dismal lyrics and hypnotic beats. After reissuing old music as a remastered 20-year deluxe anniversary album, the group is excited to be on tour again performing for fans who felt the impact of the life-changing songs unmatched by the sound of Garbage.

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(800) 745-3000
https://tinyurl.com/y9647hc8

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Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family and friends to enjoy free music in Bayliss Park on Thursday nights beginning at 6:30 pm.

Camille Metoyer Moten Band is the featured group performing vocal R & B and pop.

This is the same evening as the Council Bluffs Farmers Market which takes place on the north side of the park from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm (formerly held on the 100 Block of West Broadway).

Music in the Park is presented by Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment and Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation.

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Contact: Emily Globe
(712) 396-2484
emily@PACEartsiowa.org
http://www.councilbluffs-ia.gov/294/Music-Movies-in-the-Park

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High energy is what you’ll get all night from Kesha and the Creepies. The pop rock stars come together after a world tour in 2016 to perform songs like “Your Love is My Drug,” and “Cannibal.” She’s been given a few coveted performance opportunities doing cover songs at the Billboard Music Awards, Coachella along with headlining countless music festivals. If you’re not as familiar with her sound, you might know her from her songwriting having written for artists like The Veronicas, Miley Cyrus, Alice Cooper and Britney Spears.

Next up is Atlas Genius, an alternative rock band stemming from South Australia. The group started in 2009 with four band members: Darren Sell, Keith Jeffery, Michael Jeffery and Steven Jeffery. Most famous for the song “Trojans,” Atlas Genius was a band that originally worked as a cover band to pay the bills. With years of hard work, the group was later featured on platforms like MTV’s 120 Minutes and Sirius XM’s Alt Nation channel.

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(800) 745-3000
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Goo Goo Dolls return to the Stir Cove concert series while on their “Long Way Home” tour. The group features singer and guitarist John Rzeznik plus bassist and singer Robby Takac both now on their 11th album called Boxes. Songs like “Name” and “Iris” have held slots on the Billboard Charts in the No. 1 position for 17 consecutive weeks. In addition to global tours, Rzeznik was honored with the Songwriters Hall of Fame Hal David Starlight Award, a recognition never to be ignored.

Accompanying them on this tour is Phillip Phillips who released “Home” in 2012 reaching a five-time platinum status. Due to his soulful sound, Phillips brings his Georgia upbringing to performs songs from the past three albums. With both of these groups on stage, the audience can bet on having a fun-filled evening.

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(800) 745-3000
https://tinyurl.com/y9647hc8

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Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family and friends to enjoy a free movie in Bayliss Park on Friday nights after dusk. Concessions may be available during showtimes.

Doctor Strange is the featured film this week.

Rainouts are scheduled for the following Saturday evening.

Movies in the Park are presented by Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment and Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation.

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(712) 396-2484
https://www.facebook.com/events/283408372091957/

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Yoga in the Park

8:30AM | Hitchcock Nature Center
Pottawattamie County Conservation is excited to announce our first ever Yoga in the Park event in partnership with Abundant Moon Yoga in Missouri Valley, Iowa. Join us Saturday, July 22nd at 8:30 a.m. for an early morning yoga session and take in the beauty of Hitchcock Nature Center.

Join us for a 45-50 minute beginners yoga session presented by Rachelle Pfouts, owner and instructor at Abundant Moon Yoga. This event is perfect for yogis of all ages and experience levels. Please bring a beach towel or yoga mat, water, & don't forget bug spray! Participants are asked to meet at the parking lot near the front gate of the park, by the playground. In the event of rain we will move our practice indoors so come on up to the Loess Hills Lodge.

This event is free with a suggested free will donation of $5.00. Participants do not need to pay the regular daily entrance fee to attend the program.

With the philosophy that "yoga is for EVERY body" Abundant Moon Yoga strives to create a welcoming and body positive environment for people of all experience levels. For more information on Abundant Moon Yoga including class descriptions, class schedules and pricing please find them on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/AbundantMoonYoga/

2017 Programming Sponsored by the Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation


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Contact: Kate Simmons
(712) 545-3283
katherine.simmons@pottcounty-ia.gov
http://www.pottcoconservation.com/

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Music in the Park - Omaha Big Band

6:30PM | Bayliss Park
Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family and friends to enjoy free music in Bayliss Park on Thursday nights beginning at 6:30 pm.

Omaha Big Band is the featured group performing big band standards.

This is the same evening as the Council Bluffs Farmers Market which takes place on the north side of the park from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm (formerly held on the 100 Block of West Broadway).

Music in the Park is presented by Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment and Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation.

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Contact: Emily Globe
(712) 396-2484
emily@PACEartsiowa.org
http://www.councilbluffs-ia.gov/294/Music-Movies-in-the-Park

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Chris Young

8PM | Stir Concert Cove
With five albums to his credit, Chris Young can claim eight No. 1 singles, and 14 Gold/Platinum certifications. Among the RCA Records artist’s hits are “Gettin’ You Home,” “Voices,” “Tomorrow,” and “Think Of You,” a duet with Cassadee Pope, Young’s latest No. 1 and fastest-rising single of his career. Released in November of 2015 and debuting at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart, Young’s first co-produced album, I’m Comin’ Over, also includes the new single, “Sober Saturday Night” featuring Vince Gill and the three-week No. 1 smash title track. The single and album earned him four ACM Awards nominations and a Billboard Music Awards nomination for Top Country Song. This fall he’ll embark on the second leg of his headlining “I’m Comin’ Over Tour,” with 25 shows across the nation.

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(800) 745-3000
https://tinyurl.com/y9647hc8

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Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family and friends to enjoy a free movie in Bayliss Park on Friday nights after dusk. Concessions may be available during showtimes.

Jungle Book is the featured film this week.

Rainouts are scheduled for the following Saturday evening.

Movies in the Park are presented by Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment and Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation.

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(712) 396-2484
https://www.facebook.com/events/283408372091957/

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Music in the Park - E String Band

6:30PM | Bayliss Park
Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family and friends to enjoy free music in Bayliss Park on Thursday nights beginning at 6:30 pm.

E String Band is the featured group performing classic rock and country.

This is the same evening as the Council Bluffs Farmers Market which takes place on the north side of the park from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm (formerly held on the 100 Block of West Broadway).

Music in the Park is presented by Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment and Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation.

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Contact: Emily Globe
(712) 396-2484
emily@PACEartsiowa.org
http://www.councilbluffs-ia.gov/294/Music-Movies-in-the-Park

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For the past 30 years, Pat and Neil have made history with their rock and roll ballads. Famous hits like “Love is a Battlefield” and “Hit Me With Your Best Shot!” always remind you of what true rock and roll is about. Pat can claim four Grammy awards along with two multi-platinum albums and 19 Top 40 singles. People remember her hits as unforgettable having a singing career since she was in elementary school. While Pat is the vocalist, Neil brings years of experience as a musician, producer and songwriter with a catalogue of more than 100 top songs. The two partnered up in 1979 with the debut album In The Heat of The Night taking them into stardom. With a dynamic career behind them, life is only just beginning as the two set stage for a memorable event.

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(800) 745-3000
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Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family and friends to enjoy a free movie in Bayliss Park on Friday nights after dusk. Concessions may be available during showtimes.

The Great Gilly Hopkins is the featured film this week.

Rainouts are scheduled for the following Saturday evening.

Movies in the Park are presented by Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment and Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation.

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(712) 396-2482
https://www.facebook.com/events/283408372091957/

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Bikes on 100 Block

5 to 10PM | 100 Block
Motorcycles, their owners, and fans are invited to this monthly event held on west Broadway between Second and First streets May-August.

This month features iconic 70's band Head East which will perform 7-10 pm. The event begins at 5 pm with food available for purchase. A beer garden will be set-up to sell beer and other beverages.

There is no admission fee. The event is hosted by Crash Davis of 101.9 The Keg and presented by Edwards Motorsports & RVs.

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http://www.BikesOn100Block.com

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Darius Rucker

8PM | Stir Concert Cove
Classic country singer and guitarist Darius Rucker has been rocking souls for four albums since parting from his former role as a guitarist and singer with Hootie and the Blowfish. He won his third Grammy award in 2014 for the song “Wagon Wheel” and continues to win over fans. He currently has 1.54 million followers on Twitter (@dariusrucker) where he keeps alive his love for music sharing a song of the day while educating the readers.

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(800) 745-3000
https://tinyurl.com/y9647hc8

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100th Block Party

6 to 10PM | 100th Block of Broadway
The biggest block party yet. Everyone is invited to the 100th Block Party!

There will be live music, kids activities, contests and prizes, a celebrity dunk tank, food and drink, and so much more. Tell your neighbors, your family, your friends, your coworkers, and everyone else you know. Let's get together and celebrate the people, the places, the history and the happenings that make Council Bluffs unlike anywhere else.

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Contact: Ashley Kruse
(712) 318-9000 x9074
akruse@councilbluffs-ia.gov
http://www.100blockparties.com

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Lynyrd Skynyrd

8PM | Stir Concert Cove
Lynyrd Skynyrd is legacy with it's own style having performed for over 40 years and counting! They are remembered as a southern-style hard rock band since the mid 70’s. The band usually has at least eight members at at time intermingling a plethora of sounds through their music to include blues, jazz and country. While a few of the original members have passed, their music still reigns in the personal libraries of vinyl and records shops across the country. With over 60 albums produced, fans are sure to be lined up for autographs at this performance in hopes to hear hits like “Sweet Home Alabama”, “Free Bird” and “Simple Man.” The group members include Gary Rossington - Guitar, Johnny Van Zant - Vocals, Rickey Medlock - Guitar, Mark "Sparky" Matejka - Guitar, Michael Cartellone - Drums, Johnny Colt - Bass, Peter Keys - Keyboards, Dale Krantz Rossington and Carol Chase - Honkettes Backing Vocals.

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(800) 745-3000
https://tinyurl.com/y9647hc8

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NEEDTOBREATHE joins the stage with Gavin DeGraw to perform a new sound for alternative rock touring as a christian rock band from South Carolina. The band’s newest single “Hard Love” has everybody on social media claiming their own tough love experiences using #HARDLOVE to start the conversation. They are also a group that shows philanthropic endeavors with their non-profit NEEDTOBREATHE Cares focused on opening medical centers in Nicaragua.

Gavin DeGraw is also performing songs from his die-hard alternative rock discography of 11 albums to date. If you are unfamiliar with his sound and can’t sing along to his popular hit “I Don’t Want to Be,” you might instead recall his performances on Dancing With The Stars last fall and fall in love with his ability to command attention on stage.

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(800) 745-3000
https://tinyurl.com/y9647hc8

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The Cranberries

8PM | Stir Concert Cove
The Irish band reigned in the 90s with hit songs “Linger” and “Tomorrow” and will take over the stage near the end of the Stir Cove Concert Series. With an acoustic pop sound, The Cranberries are now touring with tunes from their eighth album featuring acoustic versions of some of their greatest hits. This album will be hard to match as they incorporated the Irish Chamber Orchestra to back them up. Their sound is just as timeless as their over 40 Million album sales prove them to be even after taking a six-year break. Band members include Dolores O’Riordan, Noel Hogan, Mike Hogan and Fergal Lawlor.

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(800) 745-3000
https://tinyurl.com/y9647hc8

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