Would your kids love a chance to explore cool things like robots, coding, lab science, and even aerodynamic LEGO cars?
The Johnson County STEM Festival in Coralville brings hands-on science, technology, engineering, and math activities to life! Exhibitors from all over the community will be there, including the Coralville Public Library, Coralville Fire Department, and the Coralville Police Department. STEM festival
On Stage Coralville Center for the Performing Arts
The Tragedy of Carmen
Presented by the University of Iowa School of Music. Peter Brook's gripping adaptation brings Bizet's opera back to its origins of sexual intrigue, power, and complexity.
Friday, October 18
This Orchestra Iowa Masterworks concert features Cedar Rapids native and Grammy Award-winning composer Michael Daugherty's "Reflections on the Mississippi," a delightful tuba concerto showcasing Principal Tuba Blaine Cunningham.
St. Olaf Orchestra Fall Tour
Saturday, October 19
Conducted by Steven Amundson, this is a full symphony orchestra rich in international artistry and tradition, and known for its enthusiastic and passionate performances.
Tickets on sale
October 25-27: Dear Edwina, Jr., presented by Young Footliters Youth Theatre
November 1: An Evening with Jerome Kern, presented by the CCPA Orchestra
November 2: KCCK's Homecoming with Chad Eby and Ariel Pocock
What's Happening at the Library
Family night: Spooky Tubas
Monday, October 14 | 6:30 pm
Costumed guests from the University of Iowa's Tuba-Euphonium studio, Collegium Tubum, will perform in Schwab Auditorium. Costumes are encouraged at this spooktacular event! Spooky Tubas
The Far Away Brothers: Two Young Migrants and the Making of an American Life by Lauren Markham
Thursday, October 17 | 7:00 pm
Each October, the Library discusses the UI Center for Human Rights' One Community, One Book selection. This year's selection tells the story of identical twin brothers who are forced to leave their home in El Salvador under threats from violence and civil war. Book discussion
Wildflower seed balls
Friday, October 18 | 12:00-4:00 pm
Get your hands dirty at the Annie Gill Craft Table with Johnson County Conservation and make wildflower seed balls to take home and plant! Wildflower seed balls
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