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Longfellow Community Celebration & Ribbon Cutting

On September 9, 2018, The Iowa City Community School District held a community celebration in honor of Longfellow Elementary School's centennial and the completion of the building's...

Local History

Panel Discussion: Stories from the U.S.-Mexico Border and the State of Asylum Policy

Recorded by April 3, 2019

The UI Center for Human Rights and the Iowa City Catholic Worker House will host a panel discussion on recent events at the U.S. Mexico border and its implications...

Current Issues and Politics

Poetry month event: Reading Aloud - A Sampler of 19th Century Poetry

Recorded by April 3, 2019

Join us for "A Sampler of 19th Century Poetry," a Poetry Month program by the Reading Aloud Group from the Iowa City/Johnson County Senior Center. Today...

Books and Writing Reading Aloud

Disability Broadly Considered - Life of Tti ka me ge a

Recorded by April 2, 2019

Sarah Young Bear-Brown, whose Meskwaki name Tti ka mi ge a translates to “woman who stands along the edge of the river,” will discuss her life as a profoundly deaf...

Current Issues and Politics Obermman Conversations

Local Disabilities Initiatives

Recorded March 27, 2019

In this Obermann Conversation, we’ll hear from activists representing various organizations about current projects that support, amplify, and advocate for people...

Current Issues and Politics Obermman Conversations

Make Trouble: Cecile Richards in Conversation with Monique Galpin

Recorded by March 26, 2019

Cecile Richards, former president of Planned Parenthood, and Monique Galpin, Iowa City health care advocate and and President of the UI African American Council...

Books and Writing Visiting Authors

Eugenic Depictions of Feeblemindedness on Screen and in the Music

Recorded By March 26, 2019

Andrew Tubbs, a graduate student in musicology at the University of Iowa, will discuss how some early 20th century music and movies reinforced the eugenics...

Arts, Music, and Hobbies

The Grout Museum: Scales & Tails from the Imaginarium

Recorded by March 20, 2019

The Grout Museum is bringing some of their local reptiles and creepy crawlies from the Science Imaginarium for you to meet and learn about. Kids of all ages are...


Family Night: Champagne Irish Dance Performance

Recorded by March 14, 2019

Join the dancers of Champagne Academy of Irish Dance in Meeting Room A to learn more about Irish culture, language, music, and dance! Enjoy a showcase of the...


2nd Sunday Garden Forum: Landscape Tree Health - Challenges, Management and Planting Diversity

Recorded by March 10, 2019

Mark Vitosh, Iowa DNR/Wildlife Bureau district forester, will address tree health in Iowa and provide updates about the spread and treatment for emerald ash borer...

Gardening, Nature, and Home Project GREEN