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Memorial Day Weekend

Friday

Uptown Friday Nights at McGrath Amphitheatre

Featuring Jake McVey


Saturday

Downtown Farmers Market

The market has become one of the largest open-air markets in the Midwest. The event is produced by the Economic Alliance and averages 14,000 patrons per market. The event features nearly 200 local Iowa vendors offering an array of products from fresh produce and flowers to meats and artisan gifts. 

Sunday (and all weekend)

Cedar Rapids Kernels Baseball

Come out to the ballpark and cheer on the Kernels as they take on the Peoria Chiefs 

Monday

Memorial Day Event

Veterans Memorial Park, Veterans Memorial Drive SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404

next to Veterans Memorial Stadium,

10 a.m.

Traditional MEMORIAL DAY program typically includes: Presentation of The Colors, General Logans Orders, Placement of Wreath, Service Song Medley and other musical selections, a Guest Speaker, Volley Salute and more. Hosted by Veterans Memorial Building & Commission.

 

All Weekend

Enjoy the outdoors!

Rent a kayak or stand up paddle board at Cedar Lake. Learn More 

Find new outdoor discoveries including Mt. Trashmore Trail, Waldo’s Rock and Wickiup Hill Outdoor Learning Center’s new Wandering Woods. Learn More 

Connect with nature at a Linn County Park where you can camp, rent watercraft, hike and much more. Learn More

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The History Center

The History Center has a new (old) home and visitors will be surprised not only by the Linn County facts and memorabilia they find inside, but also by the stunning grandeur of the building itself.

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Historic Theatres

There is a long history of the theatres you can find inside Cedar Rapids. These theatres still host performances today that include music, theatre, comedy and more.

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Uptown Marion

Nestled in Marion’s historic buildings you’ll find new age cuisine, boutiques, and entertainment for all ages.

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