A lunch and presentation on the first people who lived in what is now the Quad-Cities will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Arsenal Island Golf Clubhouse, 1838 Gillespie St.
Christina Kastell, curator of history and anthropology at the Putnam Museum, will talk about Native American lifeways from their first settlement to the time of the first European contact. She'll also discuss Sauk warrior Black Hawk and the war that bears his name.
The presentation is hosted by the Colonel Davenport Historical Foundation.
The cost is $20; advance reservations are required and may be made by going online to www.davenporthouse.org or calling Jessica Waytenick at 309-737-4280.
For information on accessing the island, go to www.davenporthouse.org.