What Should I Know About RAGBRAI®?

Spring has sprung here in Muscatine! Just around the corner is summer, and this year that means welcoming more than 10,000 RAGBRAI® riders and their support teams to our community!

Pulling our town together to serve as the dip site for RAGBRAI on July 30 is no small undertaking. With more than 20 committees at work, plans for the event are in the works. We want to make sure you are able to participate and stay informed.

The RAGBRAI Muscatine Committee will host a town meeting for community members to learn more about what it means for Muscatine to serve as this year’s RAGBRAI ending town. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 3 at 6 p.m. at Pearl City Station, 100 Harbor Drive.

Topics of the meeting will include a general overview of RAGBRAI and how it will affect Muscatine, along with information on volunteering, housing and vending. There are many ways to get involved with RAGBRAI and coming to the meeting would be a good start. All are invited to come learn about this exciting opportunity for Muscatine!

RAGBRAI Town Meeting

 

For more information about RAGBRAI in Muscatine, be sure to visit the RAGBRAI Muscatine website and their  Facebook, Twitter or Instagram accounts.

FREE Electronic Resources Available at Musser Public Library!

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When was the last time you ventured to Musser Public Library to take advantage of their extensive collection of books? We all know that the library is full of books on nearly any subject we could imagine, but did you know that Musser Public Library also offers a long list of FREE electronic resources?

Many of the free electronic resources can be accessed from home on your own computer at a time that is convenient for you. From unlimited access to online newspapers, such as The New York Times, to language learning software to weekly song downloads and much more, there are fantastic options right at your fingertips. Musser Public Library also provides access to Ancestry.com that must be utilized on the public library computers.

All of these resources are available free of charge as long as you have a library card! Now is a great time to stop into the library to get your library card if you do not already have one.

Musser Public Library is located at 304 Iowa Avenue in downtown Muscatine. Their phone number is 563-263-3065.

Hours:

Monday-Friday – 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Saturday – 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Sunday – 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Visit their website to learn more about free electronic resources because you will not want to miss out on these great opportunities!