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Page Feur Live Music Celebrates Heroes for Day-Long N orwalk RAGBRAI Party Live music from morning till night will welcome RAGBRAI visitors to Norwalk on Tuesday, July 23rd, as an all-day party celebrates Norwalk: Hometown for Heroes. The party doesn’t end when the riders leave town. A Celebrate Norwalk after-party is planned from 6 to 9 p.m. July 23rd at City Park, with live music for Norwalk families and friends to celebrate the day. “We’re planning a great day for the 10,000 plus bike riders and the thousands more friends and family who will spend RAGBRAI Day 3 in Norwalk,” says Dr. Donna Grant Paulsen, a member of the Celebrate Norwalk committee planning the day’s activities. “We think we’ll have the best performers on the 427-mile RAGBRAI route.” Live performances begin at 9:30 am. as the first cyclists ride up Main Street heading for the main stage in City Park. Featured entertainers are ' Dan Trilk & The School of Rock who will play from 9:30 to 1 1 a.m. Trilk, a frequent performer on regional stages, will play and also present bands from The Trilk School of Rock, young people studying and performing under his guidance. N/Warren Town and County News elk 'PianoPalooza, the dueling piano partners Tony Bohnenkamp and Jerry Lorenson, takes the stage from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., sponsored by City State Bank. They’ll return at 6 p.m. for the Norwalk after- party. Known for shows that are part comedy and part audience participation, the artists’ lively mid-day set will have RAGBRAI crowds laughing and rocking. 'Punching Pandas, described as a “powerhouse seven piece” band, will entertain from 1:45 to 4:45 p.m. on the Main Stage, sponsored by Norwalk Family Dentistry and Gregg Young Chevrolet. Famed for their party-band Showmanship, the Pandas perform both original music and covers of artists like Stevie Wonder, Pharrell Williams, Santana, Green Day, Garth Brooks, and, of course, Presley, Berry and Pickett. “It’s a free event all day and in the evening, it’s an opportunity for everyone in Norwalk to have fun at the end of the day as we recognize that we truly are a Hometown for Heroes,” Grant says. Watch for more details on activities, volunteer needs and attractions when Norwalk celebrates Hometown for Heroes on Tuesday, July 23rd. ' Have a news item for the paper? Send it to us by email at news@norwalk newspaper. com Library Summer Read 2019: Universe of Stories Norwalk Easter Public Library has kicked off their summer reading program for 2019. This year the theme is Universe of Stories, and the program is for all ages. Stop in at the library for details, and to sign up to participate. “.14 W9 “gm-Q t“? Thursday, June 20, 2019 Norwalk Police Report This information was obtained directly from the Norwalk Police Department. Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. June 7th Possession Stolen Property — Beardsley & Lexington Dr. Elizabeth Rash. Des Moines, was arrest and charged with Possession Stolen Motor Vehicle, Possession ofDrug Paraphernalia, and cited for Fraudulent Use of Registration. Subject was processed and turned over to Warren County jail. June 10th Burglary ~ 200 block Main Street. Laptop, External Hard Drive, Memory Card and a jar of coins were reported stolen from a residence. Information was taken and a report made. Case remains under investigation at this time. Burglary — 800 block Main Street. Suspect(s) entered a construction trailer and various tools were stolen. Information was taken and a report made. Vehicle Crash — Hwy 5 at Hwy 28. Vehicle driven by Aaron Croy, Norwalk, struck a vehicle driven by Holly Palzewicz, Norwalk. Information was taken and a report forwarded to the Iowa Department of \ Transportation. — Theft — 900 block Norwood Drive. Residents reported two cell phones, 3 laptop computer, a passport, multiple gift cards and miscellaneous coins stolen from their residence. Information was taken and a report made. Case remains under investigation at this time. . June 12th Theft from Motor Vehicle 1300 block Casady Drive. Tools were reported stolen from an unlocked motor vehicle that was parked in the driveway of a residence. Information was taken and a report made. Theft from Motor Vehicle 2200 block Swan Drive. IPad was reported stolen from an unlocked motor vehicle that was parked in the driveway of a residence. Information was taken and a report made. Theft from Motor Vehicle — 2100 block Swan Drive. Laptop was reported stolen from an unlocked motor vehicle that was parked in the drivewayof residence. Information was taken and a report made. Shoplifting — 500 block North Ave. Earphones were reported stolen from a local convenience store. Information was taken and a report made. Theft from Motor Vehicle — 1300 block Casady Drive. Wedding ring and a cup of change were reported stolen from an unlocked motor vehicle that was parked in the driveway of a residence. Information was taken and a report made. ‘ June 13th Vehicle Crash Lakewood & Woodmayr Dr. Vehicle driven by Otis Anderson, Ankeny, struck a vehicle driven by Carrie Harrington, Norwalk. Anderson was cited for Unsafe Backing on Highway. Information was taken and a report forwarded to the Iowa Department of Transportation. I BENTLEY ET, 3375.009