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Provides golfers high quality golf at a price that's respectable. We strive to be scenic, pristine, and challenging for our customers' golfing pleasure.
Discover one of golf's most historic public golfing opportunities, Arsenal Island Golf Course and Clubhouse! What was the first golf course in the Quad Cities area is also one of the most unique in the United States. Transport yourself to Arsenal Island in the Mississippi River where you'll play on bent grass greens and fairways. Meet and dine in our Clubhouse, where you'll receive fresh food and excellent service.
The 18-hole Hawthorn Ridge Golf Club in Aledo, IL is a public golf course that opened in 1978. Designed by William J. Spear, Hawthorn Ridge Golf Club measures 6701 yards from the longest tees. The course features 3 sets of tees for different skill levels.
Four-time Grammy Award winner and American Idol judge Keith Urban will bring his “ripCORD World Tour 2016” to the iWireless Center on Thursday, October 27 with Brett Eldredge and special guest Maren Morris.
Bent River Breweries in Rock Islandserves as the distribution center for Bent River, including a bottling line so the beer can get to the people. This location also includes a tasting room with full bar, an expanded merchandise room, a party room for catered banquets, and great live music.
Prairie-style brick mansion, built by Hiram S. Cable, President of the Rock Island Railroad, circa 1912. Original country estate used as the summer home for the Cable family. Beautiful view. Central location on the hill in Rock Island, overlooking the Mississippi River Valley across from Long View Park. Enjoy the unique experience of an overnight stay in a private home. Special features include a 600 square foot parlor with gold concert harp, grand piano, chandeliers, and large wood-burning fireplace. A full breakfast of fruit, rolls, juice, and three entrees is served either in the Dining Room or on the deck, weather permitting.
Boetje's Mustard is a national-favorite. Beginning in 1889, Fred Boetje began making stoneground Dutch mustard in his garage in Rock Island, Illinois. Using the same recipe today of water, mustard seed, sugar, salt and distilled vinegar, Boetje's tops all mustard sales in the local retail market.
Welcome to the realm of wine, weekend wanderlust, midweek getaways, and what we like to call Wine-derful! Just south of the Quad Cities, wine enthusiasts can discover their own "hidden gem" of a vintage at Creekside Vineyards Winery & Tasting Room. This circa 1938 building, once a family diner & service station, now offers travelers a stopover of good conversation & fantastic artisan wines.
Family-owned Mexican restaurant featuring a fantastic array of homemade recipes.
Typcial Gyro dishes piled high with all the fixin's. Get a basket order or just order a Gyro.
Family-owned restaurant for over 30 years featuring the best ribs in the Quad Cities. Definitely a favorite among the locals. You can bring your own beer with you to drink at the restaurant. Also features great sides to go with your ribs.
This beautiful Christmas service is one you won’t want to miss. It begins in Andover’s Augustana Lutheran Church and concludes by walking to candlelit Jenny Lind Chapel for communion. The service features special choral and instrumental music by Augustana College students and faculty. Refreshments follow the service at Augustana Church. Service begins at 7:30pm.
Fine dining featuring gourmet French Vietnamese cuisine. Family-owned and operated.
Enjoy dining in an old-style Supper Club setting with delicious steaks, seafood, and traditional American cuisine. Family-owned for over 30 years.
Serving up some of the most tastiest pizzas in the area with a vast array of toppings. Where the food is delicious, the beer is cold and the people are amazing! Clint's Draft House features a traditional Quad Cities-style pizza, along with an expanded menu full of great appetizers, sandwiches and burgers. Want a cold micro-brew or a tasty cocktail, have one of their talented bartenders pour you a cold one or mix you up something special. Their beer and liquor selection features all-time classics, new favorites and even some hidden gems you've never heard of before. So stop in today and see what all the buzz is about at Clint's Draft House in Moline! The restaurant includes large dining area, outdoor dining and full service bar.
Residence Inn Moline Quad Cities is nestled in the heart of Moline, just off I-74 & I-80 on John Deere Road and just 5 miles from the Quad City International Airport. Residence Inn can provide you with all the comforts of home with all the features of a Marriott hotel; such as free hot breakfast buffet, evening social, indoor pool and fitness center, friendly staff, and so much more.
Fun food, sports, spirits in a casual dining atmosphere. Large beer select, great burgers, sandwiches and appetizers.
A Quad Cities tradition for the finest pizza around. Voted a Quad Cities favorite, this restaurant has been around for over 30 years.
Great home-cooked Mexican Cuisine and family-owned. Open for lunch, dinner and breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays. The restaurant is closed on Mondays.
Andover and Andover Lake Park will glow with decorations. Stroll on walkways marked by luminaries or ride in a horse-drawn wagon. Soup supper and Christmas goodies, refreshments & kids crafts at the American Legion Building from 5pm to 7pm. Visit candle-lit Jenny Lind Chapel and hear live Christmas music from 6pm to 8pm.
People line up for these delicious pizzas. Bring the whole family and have a seat. Choose from a variety of toppings on delicious handmade pizzas. Open since 1955.
For over 160 years this early morning (6:30 a.m.) service has been held at Augustana Lutheran Church. The service is held in a setting similar to that used by the Swedish congregation in 1870. The choir sings a Swedish anthem and the service is in English. Candles in the pews, altar and windows illuminate the sanctuary. Service begins at 6:30am.
"Torment at Twelve Hundred" the theatrical haunted attraction, continues its daunting saga of "Torment," exceeding the boundaries of fear, sending you on a walking path through dark winding tunnels, outdoor wooded trails, highly detailed buildings and more. One of the top 10 haunts in Illinois by USA Today. Not recommended for 12 years and younger. Open all weekends in October! Fridays & Saturdays: 7 pm – 12 am, Sundays 7 pm – 10 pm. General Admission $15.00