Lighting On The Commons Draws Thousands To Moline
Nov21

Lighting On The Commons Draws Thousands To Moline

  The Lighting On the Commons was Saturday night and Mickle Communications was there to capture the activities and fun including singing, arts and crafts for the kids, Santa and Mrs. Claus and at the end of the night, the lighting of the trees on the John Deere Commons and the tree at the i Wireless...

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Fun Thanksgiving Family Activities
Nov20

Fun Thanksgiving Family Activities

Different families have different Thanksgiving traditions. Here are some fun things I’ve thought of that you can do to spend time with your family this Thanksgiving. Watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: Spending time watching and enjoying the parade as a family is a great Thanksgiving tradition, so take time to enjoy the parade and also your family’s company. Watch football, the National Dog Show, etc: Simply being with your...

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Lighting On The Commons Tonight
Nov19

Lighting On The Commons Tonight

The Lighting on the John Deere Commons is a free annual community event that kicks off the holiday season. Join your friends and neighbors tonight from 3:30-6:00 pm in downtown Moline for attractions that include Santa & Mrs. Claus, tractor-drawn wagon rides, live music featuring the Moline Boys Choir and Community Outreach, a children’s craft area and of course, the famous Lighting Ceremony and Fireworks. Cider, and Hot Cocoa...

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Festival Of Trees Celebrates The Holidays
Nov16

Festival Of Trees Celebrates The Holidays

Quad City Arts Festival of Trees is the offical kick off to the holiday season for many in the QCA. I know my family looks forward to our two trips to Festival Of Trees each year. First to watch the dancers from Above The Barre Dance Academy , my sister in laws dance studio, perform on the CenterStage and then once again Thanksgiving weekend to soak it all in one more time. Like many people Christmas is my favorite time of the year...

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How Do I Say Goodbye To Charles King?
Nov15

How Do I Say Goodbye To Charles King?

December of 1990 a young, southern boy who had never even visited Iowa or Illinois (except for his interview at KWQC) began his career at the number one station in the Quad Cities. In case you hadn’t already guessed, that guy was me.  I was nervous, felt like I didn’t belong and wondered if I’d made a mistake.  It was an incredible opportunity to come to a number one station, in a part of the country where accents didn’t seem to exist...

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