The town of Fulton is gearing up for a brand new event that will feature local food and local music. The first 'Totally Tuesday in the Park' in Fulton is right around the corner and they would love to have you attend.
It's great to see smaller towns around the Quad Cities area really come together as a community and come up with new, fun events. Central Bank Illinois in Fulton is putting on the town's first 'Totally Tuesday'.
Totally Tuesday will happen Tuesday (duh), July 20th from 5:30-8:00 p.m at the 10th Ave School Park in Fulton.
Totally Tuesday will feature live music by The Stockwells, who are from Clinton, from 6-8 p.m. They will also have three food trucks from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Those food trucks include:
Admission for Fulton's very first Totally Tuesday is 100% free. Since there will be live music, officials are asking attendees to not forget their lawn chair or blanket. You won't want to be sitting on the grass or cement without your blanket.
The first Totally Tuesday is sponsored by Central Bank Illinois, 1ST Gateway Credit Union, Community State Bank, JT Cullen Company, Inc, WindMill Real Estate, and KT3 Fitness.
There is no word on if another Totally Tuesday in Fulton will happen in during the summer, but my guess is that if the turnout is great, another one most likely will be in the future.
Are You QC AF? Take The Test.
If you are from the Quad Cities, there are certain things you do and say that folks from outside the area might not understand. Weather you’ve lived here your entire life, or just a couple years, it’s time to put your QC to the test to find out if you are “QC AF”.
Below are 25 questions to test your knowledge and life experience of the Quad Cities. Keep track and see where you rank. Then share it, if you aren’t ashamed, to show how QC you are.
25-20 points – You are QC AF!
19-15 points – Reppin’ the QC strong.
15-10 points – Average. You put the “C” in the QC.
10-5 points – Do you even QC bro.
5-0 points – Move back to Chicago.
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