Music is another art that paints a picture, and as part of Reading Colors Your World summer fun, the Rock Island Public Library will host a free concert at Black Hawk State Park on Saturday, June 19.
Music is another art that paints a picture, and as part of Reading Colors Your World, the Rock Island Public Library will host a free concert at Black Hawk State Park on Saturday, June 19.
The Quad City Symphony Orchestra ensemble quartet brings their music to the great outdoors with a free performance from noon to 1:00 pm for all ages next to Singing Bird Nature Center. Participants should bring their own seating. In the event of rain, the concert will move inside Singing Bird Center, so the event goes on, rain or shine.
This concert was made possible by a generous donation from Carol and Jim Horstmann.
The library’s Reading Colors Your World summer reading challenges run from now through July 31. The goal-based reading reward programs encourage adults, children and teens to catch up on reading for fun, reduce summer learning loss, and connect to a lifelong pastime. To enter, visit the Library’s Beanstack webpage, download the app, or find a printable reading log on the library website.
For summer reading and event details, visit the library website, call 309-732-READ, or follow library social media channels. All activities are open to the public and provided at no extra charge.