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Every Dog Has Its Day!

Bring Your Dog to Puppypalooza!  DubuqueFest announces our new Puppypalooza! a dog-centric event for leashed dogs and their person(s) on Saturday, May 17 from 12-3 pm on Main Street. Puppypalooza! features interactive dog-friendly activities and vendors with a focus on your dog’s wellness. Dog owners are encouraged to bring their leashed furry friends and interact […]

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DubuqueFest Panorama on Exhibit at Roshek Building May 16-18

Tim Olson’s DubuqueFest Panorama will be on display at Roshek Building, 700 Locust Street in Dubuque as part ofDubuqueFest Fine Arts Festival May 16-18. The exhibit will feature the 110-foot panorama photo shot at DubuqueFest 2013 as part of a community engagement project. (See project history.) Tim Connery and Kylie Clark’s documentary short film that […]

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Old House Tour Features North End Homes

The 28th Annual Old House Enthusiast Tour will take place during DubuqueFest again this year on Saturday, May 17 & Sunday, May 18 from 10am-5pm. The tour features the Windsor and Linwood Cemetery Neighborhood in Dubuque’s North End. The annual tour encourages Dubuquers and visitors alike to explore Dubuque’s historic treasures and neighborhoods and learn […]

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Millennial Encounters

Friday, April 11 | Millennial Encounters | Artist Showcase & Fundraiser Nash Gallery, 371 Bluff Street, will host an opening reception for Millenial Encounters, an emerging artist showcase on Friday, April 11 from 7-10 p.m. This multi-genre exhibit that runs through June 15 features the work of emerging artists from the art departments of Clarke University and […]

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Emerging Artist Showcase & Reception at Nash Gallery

Emerging artistic voices celebrated at Nash Gallery A multi-genre exhibit featuring the work of nine emerging artists is on display at Nash Gallery, 371 Bluff Street in Cable Car Square. Featured artists include Sara Steuer, Kalli Olberding, Randi Westervelt, Samantha Sewell and Mark Fuentebella from Loras College; and Emily Cram, Traci Bauer, Gwen Gross, and Kayla […]

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