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Thursday, September 24, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five LIBRARY EVENTS Tuesday, Sept. 29 Storytime, 10:30 - 11".30 a.m. This story-time is rec- ommended for 3-5 year olds, but all ages are welcome. We'll read picture books, sing songs and do rhymes; 25 minutes of storytime followed by play time. Wednesday, Sept. 30 Early Out Wednesdays, 2:30 - 3:15 p.m. Come to the library on early out Wednesdays for fun activities and projects. On 5th Wednesdays of the month, it's Surprise! Join us for a surprise activity. Thursday, Oct. 1 Rhyme Time, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. We'll read shorter picture books and board books, sing songs, and do ac- tion rhymes! This story-time is recommended for 18 months - 2 years old, but all ages are welcome; 25 min- utes followed by playtime. I OFFICE OF TREASURER [ OF WARREN COUNTY I JULIE DAUGHERTY, TREASURER| 301 N. Buxton, Suite 102, P.O. Box 217| Indlanola IA 50125| Property Tax Division 515-961-1110 I Motor Vehicle Division 515-961-11111 Driver License Division 515-961-1144 FAX 515-961-1112 www.co.warren.ia.us FIRST HALF PROPERTY TAXES DUE SEPTEMBER 30, 2015 The first installment of 2014 property taxes is now due and payable. Your payment should either be in our office or postmarked by September 30, 2015. Penalty of 1.5% per month will be applied to anything postmarked after that date Those mailing from an outside drop box should be aware that mail may not be postmarked until the next day. In order to ensure accuracy in processing your tax pay- ments, PLEASE bring in or send in the stubs from your tax statement with your payment. Also, please check the ad- dress on your statement and note any changes on the back of the stub. You may pay in our office with cash, check, Visa, Mastercard, or Discover Card. You also have the option of paying taxes online at www.co.warren.ia.us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with MasterCard, Visa, Dis- cover Card or Electronic Check. Additional service charges will apply for use of credit/debit cards and online e-checks. Thank you for your cooperation in our effort to serve you at YOUR convenience. BLACK GOLD REALTY Building for Sale 1400 Sunset Drive. Business is NOT for Sale. BUILDING ONLY! $95,000 Approximately 1,284 sq. ft. Lot: 90' x 142'; 12,780 sq. ft. Larry Hughes 515-681-6310 Start the day off right! tt tters 515-223-1150 RO. Box 160 Norwalk, Iowa www.kwlo/.com In-Floor - Geothermal Heating "Insured & Certified" SALES - SERVICE ~ REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL , I Kalona Fall Fest The Kalona Historical Village, Kalona Iowa, will Saturda Sept. 12, Neal holding their annual Fall Smith National Wildlife Festival September 25 and Refuge hosted "Monarch 26 located on Highway 22 Madness", an annualevent Kalona. that brings together mem- The Historical Village bers of the community to has 15 permanent build- tag migrating monarch but- ings open to the public in- terflies. This year's event cluding 2 nationally was a huge success! known quilt rooms, work- Neal Smith NWR staff ing displays and demon- welcomed a whopping 140 strations including corn stewardship volunteers! meal grinding, quilting, They packed the confer- loom weaving and spin- ence room and listened to ning, apple butter making, Brianna Patrick, Visitor Ser- old time blacksmith, chain vices Specialist, give a pre- saw sculpting, and antique sentation about why and machinery on display. how the Refuge and its vol_ There will be hand- unteers should catch and made crafts and antique vendors throughout the tag monarchs. She ex- plained that monarchs grounds. should be handled with Kid's activities include care and that tagging mon- face painting, corn bin, archs provides researchers Iowa Children's Museum, with more information Kalona Public Library about the migration routes Story time, Pony rides, U they take and how factors of I Mobile Museum. like weather may influence There will be continu- their migration and sur- ous entertainment on stage vival, throughout both days and After the talk, steward- Friday night. ship volunteers split into Homemade foods in- groups and searched differ- clude Pies, Ice Cream, ent areas of the Refuge for Apple Fritters, Onion monarchs. Fortunately, Rings, Apple Butter, Soft monarchs were migrating Pretzels, Hand Breaded through and volunteers Tenderloins, Ribeye Steak were busy! Monarchs were S a n d w h i c h e s, T a c o s, easy to find, busily feeding CarameUos, Fajitas, Corn and preparing for their fall Dogs, Kettle Corn, Rib on migration. Volunteers of all a stick, Philly Steak sand- ages captured monarchs wiches, Turkey Drums, and triumphantly emerged Funnel Cakes, Hawaiian from the sea of grasses to Ices, and Lemonade shake present their prize to the ups, Chicken & Biscuits, Rangers. and much more. Rangers tagged the Sign up to participate in monarch with a small our annual talent contest sticker on its hindwing, on Saturday starting at With the help of experi- 2:30, all ages and talents enced olunteers, the rang- welcome, you can down- ers would also record the load a registration form date, apturer's full name from our web-site www. and the sex of the monarch, kalonaiowa.org under fes- Lastly,; the Ranger would tival/events. You can also place the butterfly on the download a full activity volunteer's hand to be re- list on the Fall Festival Bro- leased., chure Ifi just an hour of work, Come join the fun Fri- 140 monarchs were tagged! day Sept. 25, from 9 a.m. - Neal Smith NWR would 9 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. liketothank the volunteers 26, from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. who came in droves to Admission includes dedicate their time, energy, both days - $5 for Adults, and efforts towards scien- $2 for" children 7-12, chil- tific research about mon- dren 6 and under will be archs, iTheir combined ef- FREE. forts made "Monarch Mad- For more information ness" a' thrilling, fun, and contact Nancy at 319-656- rewarding experience for 2519 or e-mail her at all involved, kalonatours@kctc.net BAMBINO'S RESTAURANT "- 2025 Grand Ave., West Des Moines 1995-2015 COME CELEBRATE WITH US. Tues: Discounted homemade fried chicken Wed: Half.off pizza Thurs: All-you-can-eat spaghetti, no cork fee Tues.-Fri., 11 a.m. to close; Sat., 4 p.m. to close 225-4842 Architectural Fundraiser The Iowa Architectural Foundation invites partici- pants to enjoy an after- noon of exploration at the Foundation's fall fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 17. This new event will fea- ture a sneak preview of the Foundation's newest, out- reach initiative - "Taste of Iowa Architecture" - a customizable, Iowa road map highlighting historic or architecturally signifi- cant buildings around Iowa which now boast some of the finest and most unique dining expe- riences across the state. The fundraiser will take place at Court Avenue Res- taurant and Brewing Com- pany from noon-4 p.m. and will feature a fun, in- teractive scavenger hunt around downtown Des Moines - complete with selfies, sponsors, and some very nice prizes. Tickets are $35 in advance and are available on Eventbrite. 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This free perfor- mance is made possible largely through the John and Honorine Falb En- dowed Scholarship. The project is also supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. This is Red Cedar Chamber Music's 20th An- niversary Season and flut- ist Jan Boland and guitar- ist John Dowdall's final season as founders and di- rectors of this exemplary organization. Jan and John -- Red Cedar's Core En- semble -- are making mu- sic all season long with the College Street Duo, violin- ist Miera Kim and cellist Carey Bostian, who will take over as the core en- semble and directors of Red Cedar Chamber Mu- sic in July 2016 after the end of this season. Call 911 for emergencies! and the surrounding areas will :be: :given the opportuni to have.a=i::]ifetime Erie Metal Call.today to s ::ffyou quatify: Not only will financing with very attractive rates and terms. Call Now! 4 ~lk~--~,