Explore the river through a program which teaches participants first-hand about the wildlife, history, culture, and geology of the Mississippi River and the Quad Cities through Channel Cat Talks and Riverine Walks, May 29th- September 1st.

A Look at Black Hawk State Historic Site Through the Years is led by Elizabeth Carvey, Historian. Held Wednesday, August 15th, 2018 at 6:30-8:00pm. Walk back through 400 million years of geologic time. Learn about the Sauk and Meskwaki, the amusement park, the effects of the Steel and Sears dams on the river, current infrastructure improvements, and more! Meet at: Singing Bird Lodge, Black Hawk State Historic Site, Rock Island, IL. PLEASE NOTE THE LOCATION IS AT THE SINGING BIRD LODGE AND NOT THE JOHN HAUBERG MUSEUM. 

Register online by visiting www.riveraction.org/education, by calling River Action at (563)-322-2969, or by filling out a form at our River Action Office with a check or credit card information. Join us in learning about the unique nature and culture of the Quad Cities!

John Hauberg Indian Museum • 1510 46th Avenue • Rock Island, Illinois
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6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
563-322-2969
www.riveraction.org/education
lmorris@riveraction.org
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