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Black Hawk County, Iowa
50701, 50702, 50703
Bluedorn Science Imaginarium
322 Washington St.
Open: 1-4:30 Tue.-Fri., 10-4:30 Sat., Sep.-May; 10-4:30 Tue.-Sat., 1-4:30 Sun., June-Aug.
Cedar Valley Arboretum
Prairie View Park
Phone: (319) 232-3397
Grout Museum of History and Science
503 South St.
Open: 1-4:30 Tue.-Fri., 10-4:30 Sat., Sep.-May; 10-4:30 Tue.-Sat., June-Aug.
Rensselaer Russell House Museum
520 W. Third St.
Open: 1-4:30 Tue.-Sat., Apr.-May and Sep.-Oct.; 10-4:30 Tue.-Fri., 1-4:30 Sat., June-Aug. Weekends in Dec.
Waterloo Museum of Art
225 Commercial St.
Hours: 10-9 Mon., 10-5 Tue.-Fri., 1-4 weekends.
Note: As well as the Art Museum, it also houses the Hope Martin Theatre - home for the Waterloo Community Playhouse, the Black Hawk Children's Theatre, the Symphony Orchestra, Metropolitan Chorale and music, dance, theatre and art studios, workshops and rehearsal spaces.
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The first game Expo played was a defeat over host Grundy Center High on January 26, 2001. Where Expo beat Grundy in a nailbiter, 60-53. The first half ended 24-22 in Expo's favor. Ryan Mielke scored a total of 18 points, Adam Wilson and Jay Bruess both scored a total of 12 points a piece, and Jeremy Carpenter contributed 2 points in the game. The "Bench Squad" put down 18 points altogether, with Phillip Thompson burying 7 points, Lovelle Banks putting down 6, Jamaar Campbell with 3, and Justin Derifield with 2 points.
On February 2, 2001, Expo played host to Iowa City, crushing them
on a 78-29 victory. The first half was no competiton to Expo, ending in
their favor 46-13. Total points for Expo's starters included Joe Ayala
and Ryan Mielke with 8 total points each, and Jeremy Carpenter and Jay
Bruess with 6 points a piece, Adam Wilson contributing 2. The "Bench
Squad" scores were, Justin Derifield with a season High 10 points,
Phillip Thompsons 8 points, along with Josh Tuckers 8 points, Jaamar
Campbell and Phillip Pencil shooting down 6 a piece, T.J. Berns with 4,
and Ryan Klapp, Shay Noble, and Matt Chapman, each contributing 2. Expo
showed much appreciation inviting Iowa City to have pizza and pop,
which they gladly accepted.
Waterloo Schools The children of Waterloo attend schools in the Waterloo Community School District
Expo High School
927 Franklin Ave.