One of our goals is to partner with educational institutions, museums, and other organizations to supply programming that will meet our mutual goals in serving and educating the public. We've had the pleasure of working with the Rock Island Regional Office of Education, the Moline Preservation Society, the Rock Island County Historical Society, the Moline Public Library, the Figge Art Museum, the Bettendorf Public Library, Iowa Public Television, Quad Cities Public Tlevision/WQPT, and. Nebraska Educational Television. We are always looking for partners who share the same goal of educating the public to important historical events, and if your organization is interested in partnering with us, please contact us.
In 2007 we established a partnership with the Rock Island Regional Office of Education, which coordinates a variety of programs serving students and teachers in northwestern Illinois. In 2008 we began partnering with the Moline Preservation Society in connection with publishing of three of our books, Echoes From Riverside Cemetery, Building the American Dream, and A Century of Players, Performers, and Pageants.
The Rock Island County Historical Society has hosted Heritage Documentaries programs, including a launch for the Riverside Cemetery book in 2009, and the Moline Public Library premiered the Rock Island prison documentary in 2012. The Figge Art Museum in Davenport has hosted some of our programs, including the premiere of the corn husking documentary in September 2009 and a premiere of the prison documentary in 2012. Both Iowa Public Television and Nebraska Educational Television have shown the corn husking documentary, and the Rock Island Prison documentary has been shown on Iowa Public Television and WQPT.
We are now a proud partner of the Northern Illinois Historic League, Inc.! This mission of NIHL is to showcase the rich history of the entire Northern Illinois region; this will include use of approved media, books or publications acquired with permission from sources. They also facilitate common regional history educational/workshop opportunities for interested members of the public.