2020. Woof. It's been a year. Let's take a look back (if we dare) at which articles resonated the most with our readers during what has been one of the craziest most challenging years in the last century. The following...
Welcome to Iowa! I have come across many people who have relocated to Iowa for various reasons. The one question I receive and see frequently is —what are the winters like? Until you experience it, it is hard to fully describe...
2020 has been frightful, but taking a drive to see Christmas lights can be the perfect, cozy activity to do with your family during the dark evenings leading up to Christmas. Get the whole family snug in their pajamas,...
‘Tis the season to see (or Zoom with) Santa in the Iowa City area — it is 2020 after all. Get your calendars out and make time to share the magic of the season with your little ones (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...
We are one month into the school year, and the learning curve is still like a roller coaster. For every moment when I get the hang of things, there is a moment of weakness where I mutter, "I hate you"...
Did you know that September 15-October 15, 2020, is Hispanic Heritage month? Here on Iowa City Moms, we will be sharing a number of resources in support of our local hispanic/latinx community. We encourage you to share these resources...
Nothing says fall like a walk through beautiful apple orchards or pumpkin patches with your family. Get outside and enjoy the wonderful fall weather by visiting Iowa City area you-pick pumpkin patches and apple orchards! Use this guide, brought to...
I think it's safe to say that all kids love The Iowa Children's Museum. As a parent I'm so excited for a new way to enjoy the museum from home during these unique times. The new Play Packs are...
Recovery is underway in the Iowa City area following a rare derecho storm that traveled hundreds of miles and pulverized local communities by uprooting trees, collapsing buildings, and downing infrastructure like water, electricity, and internet. Folks in clean-up mode can...

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Juneteenth Events in the Iowa City Area

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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...