While I have happily taken a road trip to other towns to see their versions of this event, they don't compare to having one in your own backyard. I am so excited that MidWestOne Bank has decided to make...
Celebrate Fourth of July with spectacular fireworks in the Iowa City area. Grab a blanket or some chairs, pack up some bug spray and your family, and get ready to oooh and aaah! Fireworks in the Iowa City Area Iowa City July...
We are so excited to have you join us (virtually) for our 7th annual Bloom: Mini Conference for Moms. Although we truly wish we could host you face-to-face, we really enjoyed the virtual format in 2020 and we look...
Oh, how we've missed Iowa City summers. Thanks to vaccination efforts and public health measures, we are one step closer to the delight of outdoor concerts, movies, farmers’ markets, and festivals. As you mark your calendars, remember to check with...
A sense of normalcy may return this summer with the opportunity to shop in-person at Iowa City's bustling twice-weekly farmers market. In addition to the downtown staple, many nearby and smaller towns feature charming markets of their own. You...
February is Black History Month. Several Iowa City based organizations and institutions are offering events, screenings, and series to educate the community about the important history of Black Americans. Below is a round up of Black History Month events for...
  The Domestic Violence Intervention Program (DVIP) has been serving victim-survivors of intimate partner violence in the Iowa City area for more than 40 years. Like many non-profits, the ongoing pandemic has added many challenges to DVIP's work in the community. Iowa...
Inauguration Day is January 20, which falls on a Wednesday in 2021. This can be a great opportunity to learn about our nation, watch history in-the-making, and celebrate together as a family. Here is a list of fun and...
As with everything else in this crazy year that is 2020, holiday events – and therefore this Iowa City Area Guide to Family Holiday Activities looks a bit different this year. While there are still events that will be...
June 19th is Juneteenth, known as the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the U.S. On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers arrived in Texas to deliver news that the Civil War had ended and that...

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Where to See Santa in the Iowa City Area

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It's that time of year again — when Santa and his reindeer start making appearances all over the Iowa City area. Last year, he...