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Posted on: July 1, 2020

[ARCHIVED] The perfect event venue is just a phone call away

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MUSCATINE, Iowa – Are you looking for the perfect place to host your graduation party, family reunion or baby shower?

Look no further as the Riverview Center, Pearl City Station and the many park shelters within the City of Muscatine are available to reserve, and you can reserve them up to 364 days in advance.

The Riverview Center and the Pearl City Station are located on Harbor Drive in Riverside Park and both are excellent choices for an indoor gathering. Each facility is fully equipped with tables and chairs, and either building can be configured to fit all your event needs. Comfortably host your gathering while maintaining social distancing in the spacious riverfront venues that overlook the Mississippi River without the stress and hassle of an at-home party.

Fees may vary according to the day and time of the reservation as well as the use of alcohol. Please contact the Parks and Recreation Department office for more information and to reserve at (563) 263-0241.

If an outdoor gathering is what you need, choose from one of 13 park shelters that are available in one of Muscatine’s beautiful city parks to host your gathering. Many open-air shelters offer electricity and water sources, and are located near other park amenities. Picnic tables are provided to help you throw your party with ease.

The rental period is the full day during park hours (5 a.m. to 11 p.m.) for a fee of $30 for residents and $40 for non-residents. Extra tables may be reserved for a $15 fee for three tables. Please contact the Parks and Recreation Department office for more information and to reserve at (563) 263-0241.

Contact the Muscatine Parks and Recreation Department for additional information, to learn more about safety guidelines in place, and to reserve your venue by calling (563) 263-0241. You can also visit the Parks & Recreation page on the City of Muscatine website for additional information and much more.

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