With the temperatures continuing to climb, now is the perfect time to take advantage of that beautiful summer weather. Lucky for you and your little ones, Davenport Parks & Recreation has just announced the sale of their 2021 Summer Kids Pass. The City of Davenport is partnering with tons of neighboring businesses to ensure that your kiddos have plenty to do this summer.

You can purchase the pass for just $50 from Memorial Day through Labor Day and get access to Davenport pools, River's Edge ice arena, Red Hawke Golf Course, the YMCA, Figge Art Museum, and Putnam Museum. The pass also provides you with free access to the Citibus all summer long to help get you where you need to go! You can find more important information regarding the 2021 Kids Pass and participating partners in the reference guide by clicking here.

Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity! Davenport Parks & Recreation Director Chad Dyson stated in a recent press release that

“The Davenport Kids Pass provides an opportunity for area children to experience the great amenities Davenport has to offer at a low cost to families.”

Passes will be available for purchase at http://www.davenportiowa.com/kidspass or at The River's Edge and any student in the Quad Cities ages 5 though 18 are eligible to purchase a pass. Again, passes are only $50 for access to all the locations listed above, that's a steal!

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Don't miss out QC, passes will be available for purchase starting Memorial Day, May 31st and the sale will continue through Labor Day, September 6th.

Million Dollar Quad Cities Home vs Million Dollar Los Angeles Home

We all know the joke about how much houses cost in LA. I decided that it would be fun to look at a million dollar home in LA and compare that to a million dollar home right here in the Quad Cities.
Here are the two spot we are comparing:
12513 Walsh Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90066
Cost: $1,195,000
984 sqft | 3 Bed | 2 Bath


901 46th Street Dr, Moline, IL 61265
Cost: $995,000
15,291 sqft | 6 Bed | 11 Bath

Clearly one is a bit bigger than the other.

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