Magic Valley News, October 2022

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Did you know that Magic Valley News (formally Hagerman Valley News) has started an Ambassador program to help handle the increased distribution of the newsletter throughout Magic Valley? Ambassadors also offer other services such as assisting with newsletter ads, taking and delivering orders for our Community Business Center and assisting in other community activities such as the Magic Valley News booth at the Ritter Island Festival and the upcoming Hagerman Christmas Extravaganza and Farmers Market. They are also available to assist at other community events in the Magic Valley, just call. We are always seeking 55+ individuals to join our Ambassador Program. Please contact us if you would like more information about the Program or to get involved. (208) 536-0094 Must be at least 55 20 Hours or More per Week Stipend up to $700/month

ABOUT THE PROGRAM This Department of Labor Federal Grant Program assists lowincome people that are at least 55 years old and unemployed, with part-time engagement at a 501(c)3 non-profit such as the Magic Valley Business Association. THE STIPEND The DOL pays a stipend to the seniors while they work for the nonprofit. This stipend does not affect a senior’s medical coverage nor income calculations and provides seniors with a chance to use their experience to help others. MAGIC VALLEY BUSINESS ASSOCIATION: The Association is seeking applicants interested in our Ambassador program. This program focuses on newsletter distribution throughout Magic Valley, building relationships with businesses local to the senior, and welcoming newcomers to the area. We train. Please call. (208) 536-0094


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Sa Burley Straw Maze/Pumpkin Patch: 10a-11p, hrs vary. 845 E 500 S. $10-12. Open until Oct 29th. ALBION Haunted House: Oct 1-29 Thurs 7-10, Fri & Sat: 7-11 Jerome Farmers Market: 9-1p. Mt View Barn TF Farmers Market: 9-2. Mall Pkg Lot Groove Brothers: 6p. Tap House M CHECK YOUR LOCAL CALENDAR FOR YOUR VOTING INFORMATION Jerome Square Dance Lessons: 7-8p. Mt View Barn. (208) 536-2475 Tu Active Aging Summit: 8:30a. Lunch included. Free. CSI Fine Arts Theater Gooding Farmers Mkt: 2-6. 13th/Main W Ketchum Sheep Trailing Festival Bryan Bielanski: 6p. TF Brickhouse. No cover. Th Ketchum Sheep Trailing Festival CSI Symphonic Band: 7:30p. Free CSI Fine Arts Center F Ketchum Sheep Trailing Festival Oktoberfest: 4-9. Downtown TF Gary & Cindy Braun: 6-8p. No cover. TF Sandwich Co Roger McVey Piano: 7:30p. $10 CSI Fine Arts Center Sa Ketchum Sheep Trailing Festival Hagerman ATV/Dirt Bike Safety Class: 9-12p. Malad Gorge Jerome Farmers Market: 9-1p. Mt View Barn TF Farmers Market: 9-2. Mall Pkg Lot Oktoberfest: 11-9p. Downtown Hoagie Street Guy: 4-9p. TF Dntn Kimberly Road: 7p. Tap House Su Ketchum Sheep Trailing Festival Noon. 1,800 sheep parade! Gary & Cindy Braun: 10-12p. Sheep Festival, Town Square, Ketchum Hoagie Street Guy: 11a-9p. TF Dntn Magic Valley Symphony: 4p. CSI Fine Arts Center M Jerome Square Dance Lessons: 7-8p. Mt View Barn. (208) 536-2475 Tu Gooding Farmers Mkt: 2-6. 13th/Main W CSI Theater: 7:30p. Fine Arts Center Th Jerome Chili Cook off: 6p. Rec District CSI Theater: 7:30p. Fine Arts Center

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In alpha order by last name: Bundy, Dixon, Fitzgerald, Taylor, Thompson Bundy Ammon Bundy, Candidate for Governor of Idaho. • Ammon Bundy is an advocate for traditional family and JudeoChristian values. He advocates self-sufficiency, freedom, and liberty. • Ammon Bundy built two multi-million dollar businesses between 1997 and 2019. His software still heavily influences the fleet maintenance industry in North America. He has sold these businesses and purchased investment properties. • Ammon Bundy founded the People’s Rights Network in 2020, which is a grassroots community of members committed to supporting one another in their efforts to become self-sufficient and protect against attacks on personal property or family. • Ammon Bundy has spent the last decade supporting and defending individual rights with the emphasis the past two years for those who would not or could not comply with the government overreach, mandates and orders. • Out of only 17 presidential pardons by Trump, Ammon Bundy advocated for 3 of them. (Dwight and Steven Hammond and Phil Lyman). Ammon Bundy is 47 years old and resides with his wife, Lisa and 5 of their children in Emmett, Idaho. His oldest daughter is married and lives in Moscow, ID and recently informed Ammon and Lisa that they will soon be grandparents. Please feel free to reach out to Ammon at (aebundy@votebundy.com) or 208-81-BUNDY Votebundy.com

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Elect Republican Chenele Dixon for Idaho House Seat 24A.

Idaho needs real conservative leadership. That is why I am running for State Representative. I will ensure our values are fought for and protected. I am a pro-life, pro-2nd Amendment, fiscal conservative. My family has multi-generational roots in Idaho. Idaho is our home; we love this community and cherish the good people who live here. As the fastest growing state in the country, we are facing challenges unique to that growth. You can count on me to protect the interests of Idaho’s families, our agriculture industry and our small businesses. As a fiscal conservative I will work hard to make sure we continue to be a state with sound fiscal policies. While Idaho is a beacon of conservative politics in the United States, we must take nothing for granted. I am committed to a strong conservative agenda, representing the experiences and ideals of Magic Valley residents. Together we will build upon and preserve Idaho’s strong, conservative foundation. Please vote on November 8, 2022. If you are unsure where to vote, you can go to voteidaho.gov to find your polling place. Vote Chenele Dixon for Idaho.

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Taylor Karma Metzler Fitzgerald wants to represent the new District 26 (Jerome, Lincoln, and Blaine Counties) in the Idaho House of Representatives.

Ron Taylor, a Democrat of Hailey, is a lifelong public servant who has dedicated the past 30 years of his life to protecting members of our community as a firefighter, paramedic, and Karma is an advocate for captain of Wood River Fire farm and rural communities. As the chair& Rescue. That same compassion, energy, man of the Lincoln County Youth Commission, she was part of the leadership team and bravery with which he has saved thouthat raised over $1 million to open a pre- sands of lives – even when that has meant school and after school program at a new putting himself in danger – now leads him youth center in Richfield, Idaho. She also to the statehouse where, as your next heads a new on-demand public transpor- State Senator for District 26, he will continue to serve his community. Blaine, tation service in Lincoln County. Jerome, and Lincoln counties have a great Karma sits on the board for the Good Samany shared goals that we can achieve if maritan Free Clinic and leads the team we focus on our common interests. On developing The Ledge, a business incuba- behalf of all members of these communitor for kids and adults in Lincoln County. ties, Ron wants to protect: Karma’s passionate about using connecQuality education for our children tion and collaboration to develop projects let’s lead, not trail, the nation and programs that support Idaho families. Access to public lands for hunting, Governor Brad Little recently named her fishing, recreation, and tourism to Serve Idaho, the commission on volunteerism and service. She was named a Preservation and management of 2020 community hero by South Central Idaho’s water resources to sustain our District Health and received a 2021 Gov. agricultural heritage and recreational Cecil D. Andrus Award for Idaho’s Volunriches teer of the Year. Our standard of living - access to Karma would be proud to serve you in the housing and ability to afford that housIdaho Statehouse. Please feel free to reach ing with local jobs out to her at karma4idaho@gmail.com or The freedoms of all Idahoans - includ208-204-0505 ing the freedom to make decisions about our bodies, marry who we want to marry, and build the families we choose

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Thompson I want the voter to know that the person they elect to represent them at the statehouse will do so consistently and in line with what was communicated when their support was requested. That is the kind of people I look for when I’m voting and it is the kind of senator I will be. If you want a limited government, then you will want someone like me fighting for our values in the Senate; but if an unlimited government is what you want, any of the others will do.

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Legislative Council's Statement of Meaning, Purpose, and Result to Be Accomplished Currently, the Legislature may meet in a special session only upon call of the Governor. The proposed amendment would allow the Legislature to convene itself in special session if 60% of the members in each house submit a petition to the President Pro Tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives. The petition must specify the subjects to be addressed in the special session, and only those subjects could be considered during the special session.

The amendment also requires the Legislature to hold an organizational session in December following a general election. The purpose of the organizational session is to prepare for the upcoming regular session. The proposed amendment would If you want to make decisions regarding formalize in the Idaho Constitution the your children’s education and what is best Legislature's longstanding practice of holdfor them, I will not remain silent on your ing an organizational session. behalf; but if you want the government to Question decide this for you, any of the others will "Shall Section 8, Article III, of the Constitudo. tion of the State of Idaho be amended to If you want your children and grandchildren to flourish while exercising personal provide that the Legislature must convene in organizational sessions commencing on responsibility, then let’s get this done in the first Thursday of December after the the Idaho State Senate; but if you want general election, unless a different day government bureaucrats to legislate unconstitutional mandates that violate their shall have been appointed by law, and in special session by the President Pro Temliberties, any of the others will do. pore of the Senate and the Speaker of the If you want to be represented at the state- House of Representatives no later than house by someone who shares these val- fifteen days following the receipt of a joint ues, then stop voting for the others and written petition of at least sixty percent of vote Paul Thompson on November 8, 2022 the membership of each house specifying for Idaho State Senate, District 25. subjects to be considered, and to provide First Time, click on that the Legislature shall have no power in Amazon Smile on such a special session to consider or pass the Foundation any bills or resolutions on any subjects website HagermanValleyFoundation.org. Then other than those specified in the petition log into Amazon, select Hagerman Valley Foundation as the charity. Order. HVF receives .05% and those necessary to provide for the expenses of the session?" YES/NO If you value life from fertilization to natural death, without exception, I will speak out without reservation; but if you have no regard for your preborn neighbor, any of the others will do.


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HAGERMAN BOND ISSUE

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Do you approve or disapprove of the State of Idaho using the record budget surplus to refund $500 million back to hardworking Idaho taxpayers, cut ongoing income taxes by more than $150 million, and put more money in our classrooms by increasing education and student funding by a record $410 million? Your approval of this effort would combat historic inflation by returning money to the taxpayers, creating a simple flat tax, and making the single largest investment in public education in Idaho history.

SPECIAL REVENUE BOND ELECTION. City of Hagerman Gooding County, Idaho November 8, 2022 Shall the City of Hagerman, Idaho, be authorized to incur an indebtedness and to issue and sell it's revenue bonds in an amount not to exceed $4,800,000 to pay the cost of constructing improvements to the water system of the city, said bonds to be payable solely from water system revenues, over a term which may be less than but which shall not exceed forty (40) years, as more fully provided in Ordinance NO. 1094? The purpose for which the proceeds of the bonds will be used is for improvements to the water system, to include an increase in water supplies, disinfect -tion, storage, pumping, additional dis tribution lines, and controls. The City currently has outstanding long-term indebtedness of $2,303,494 paid solely from wastewater system revenues. Since the bond will be paid solely from water revenues, there will be no tax authorized on any taxable assessed value. The interest rate anticipated on the proposed bonds is 3.50%. The total principal amount to be repaid over the life of the bonds is $4,800,000; the total interest estimated to be paid over the life of the bonds is $4,113,516; the total amount estimated to be repaid over the life of the bonds is $8,913,516. The bonds will be payable over a term which may be less than but which will not exceed forty (40) years. IN FAVOR / AGAINST

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ROCK CREEK RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT TEMPORARY OVERRIDE LEVY Shall the Board of Commissioners of Rock Creek Rural Fire Protection District, Idaho be authorized and empowered to temporarily increase the property tax levy as permitted by Section 63-802(3) Idaho Code adding an additional Seven Hundred and Twenty-Five Thousand, Nine Hundred Ninety-Four Dollars ($725,994) each year for two (2) years for the purpose of maintaining, and operating the District provided by resolution of the Board of Commissioners of the Rock Creek Rural Fire Protection District adopted on August 16, 2022. A tax increase of Sixty-Nine Dollars and Sixty-Three Cents ($69.63) per One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) of taxable assessed value per year based on current conditions. The proposed levy replaces an existing levy that will expire December 31, 2022, and currently costs Sixty-Nine Dollars and Sixty-Six Cents ($69.66). If approved the proposed levy will decrease the tax by Three cents ($.03) per One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) of taxable assessed value per year. Approval of this levy override is necessary to increase the protection of its resident's public health, life, and property. IN FAVOR OF authorizing the temporary override levy in the amount of $725,994 per year for 2 years IN FAVOR OF authorizing the temporary override levy in the amount o f$725,994 per year for2 years AGAINST authorizing the temporary override levy in the amount of $725,994 per year for 2 years.

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FOR STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 25A Linda Wright Hartgen (REP) Paul Thompson (CON) (WRITE-IN) FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE 25B Gregory Lanting (REP) Liyah Babayan (IND) Candidates for District 26 Lincoln, Jerome, Blaine Counties Space donated by Magic Valley News

IDAHO STATE SENATE DISTRICT 26 Ron Taylor Democratic Laurie Lickley Republican Party IDAHO STATE REPRESENTATIVE 26A Ned Burns (DEM) (Incumbent) Mike Pohanka (REP) IDAHO STATE REPRESENTATIVE 26B Karma Metzler Fitzgerald (DEM) Jack Nelsen (REP) CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT Cindi Sievers (Rep) Cieara Davis (Ind) Candidates for District 27 Cassia, Minidoka Counties Space donated by Magic Valley News

IDAHO STATE SENATE DISTRICT 27 Bill Drury (IND) Kelly Anthon (REP)

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9 Each August, we finalized our projects Growing up in Hagerman Valley which were then submitted to the by Lora L Lewis (copyright) ‘Gooding County Fair’ and displayed at the (con’t from September)… 4-H Building. All projects in their specific Space donated by Magic Valley News categories were judged by a team of proBack in those days we had a local newspa- fessionals. Each ‘Grand-Prize’ winner was per called “The Gooding Leader”. They photographed and often written about in must have been hard up for news because the local newspaper. Even though blue Grandmother ‘Nana’ would often call in was my favorite color, I received a red the details of our special family dinners ribbon for my ‘Seven Minutes to the Oven’ along with what we ate and who was in banana bread! It may not have been in attendance: “Fried chicken, mashed pota- perfect championship form and color, but toes, homemade rolls, buttered green my family seemed to love it! Mom had beans, jello salad and for dessert a round lots in the freezer, too! three tiered white cake with creamy Hagerman came alive with activity chocolate frosting hidden between laythroughout the Autumn months. School ers.” Listed were gifts given, from who, began, leaves turned many shades of red, how many birthday candles were lit on the yellow, orange and gold in the days when cake, a list of individuals who were in atthere were still obvious seasons and there tendance and ‘A Happy Birthday' song were fabulous fun fall celebrations circusung by all!” ‘Nana’ never missed a beat to lating around Hagerman Valley. give our family ten seconds of fame! In those days kids were safe to run up and ‘The Gooding County Leader’ printed lots down the streets knocking on about any of happy news so at the age of ten I subdoor with a porch light on. Grandma mitted our weekly 4-H club agenda, re‘Nana’ made a big deal out of ‘Trick or ceiving a trophy for the best all around 4-H Treating’! reporter! I don't know if any other 4-H club reporter in the area actually submit- First, it was the big build up of purchasing ted regular reports, but I appreciated the a couple of hundred full sized chocolate candy bars! In the early 60’s candy bars recognition and most of all the shiny trocost about 5 cents and rose to a whopping phy!. I was just told to write, so I did! 10 cents by about 1968, and now they’re In my opinion, our particular 4-H club around $1.19! seemed like a three-ring- circus with multicolored fruity jello flops, drippy cake deco- For those times it was a worthy expense and was our Grandmother Nana’s ‘Pride rating demonstrations and perfectly and Joy’. (con’t p20) unique knitting projects. As the official club reporter, I took notes in American Legion Auxiliary Girls State Program my designated 4-H noteTeaching responsible Citizenship and Patriotism. book, reporting on what seemed to me as funny mishaps of ordinary 4-H meetings with young kids. The newspaper liked it! I learned then and there that ‘Feel Good’ stories appeal to readers. Our 4-H leader was extremely patient and confident with children, so she encouraged me to write. Joan Woods Tessa Dalton Julia Torres Breto Bennet Senator 2021 Gov 2021 Gov Elect 2022 Senator 2021


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Buhl Mayor Pam McClain Common Reasons For A Higher Buhl City Utility Bill (Or At Least the Water Usage Portion) Please like our FB site = City of Buhl, Idaho and visit our Website = www.cityofbuhl.usto obtain a plethora of factual information regarding our awesome community. As promised, and to be transparent, we will go over my personal city utility bill for August.

My usage for July, as shown above, on my August bill was 112,000 gallons. Water usage between 0 to 12,000 gallons is 11.22 per month (included in monthly base rate). Water usage between 12,001 to 30,000 is an additional $1.17 per 1,000 gallons per month. Water usage between 30,001 to 250,000 is an additional $1.25 per 1,000 gallons per month. Water usage between 250,001 and up is an additional $1.01 per 1,000 gallons per month. I hope this helps explain how a residential statement works. Other Possible Reasons for a Higher Water Portion of Your City Utility Bill Statement:  Leaky/running toilets  Leaky faucets & fixtures, washing machine or dishwasher (and are you using these items more during the summer because people sweat more and kids are home?)  Irrigation leaks (not all leaks happen indoors)  Old, outdated fixtures and toilets  Household guests visiting during the summer  New water-consuming equipment (pools, sprinklers systems, freezers, etc.)  Bad water wasting habits – let’s face it, we are all guilty of this at times  Faulty water softener system  Water meter mistakes. It happens. If you think your meter may be faulty, this is the responsibility of the City of Buhl so YOU will want to contact the office at 208.543.5650 so they can inspect it. The bigger reasons for a higher water portion of your bill because of the heat in our area is:  Household members are more active, and sweat more, leading to more showers  Lawns and plants need to be watered regularly  Kids are home more throughout the date during summer break  Air conditioners may be water-cooled  Pools may need to be filled We had a long, very hot summer this year. If you stop and think about your water portion of the City of Buhl monthly bill, it makes sense, based on the above, that it would increase.


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Growing up in Hagerman Valley (con’t from p9) Space donated by Magic Valley News

a moment's notice! It suddenly became a production line, as she solicited the assistance of her two young daughters.

During harvest, we joined in as a family to preserve corn for winter with the help of Nana and Papa. Our farmhouse utility Purchasing all those candy bars was an room held two oversized porcelain sinks investment, but well worth it for those mom used to wash fresh produce and Hagerman ‘Trick or Treating’ children! pluck deceased chickens (not at the same time). There were also a washer/dryer set, Next, in Grandmother’s unique way, she 1950’s style refrigerator for fresh milk arranged and displayed the chocolate bars from two jerseys dad milked twice daily, a on real full-sized rectangular silverhuge old fashioned roundish silver milkplatters, front and center on her original strainer, an extra stove mom had for cancloth covered piano bench close to the ning fruit and baking additional food for front door. A light lace tablecloth draped holiday meals, a small wooden table and over the card table where the ‘Trick or an outside pane window. A built-in Treaters’ signed in. clothes hamper and double closet stood Kids from all over Hagerman Valley partly empty where dad stored his plaid flocked to my grandmother’s house the checkered work shirts along with a few evening of October 31st. Later, with the pair of dark navy-blue worn levis. list in hand, she might give their grandparOur utility room’s abundant floor space ents a nice remark or call about their chilprovided ample space for up to three or dren stopping by her house or subtly letfour spring baby lambs. We fed these ting them know what part of town their newborn's specialty powdered milk for grandchildren had been ‘Trick or Treat‘bums’ from tall thin 1960’s pop bottles, ing’ (since everybody knew about everywhich we filled with spring water, shook body else in town). and then secured the tops with rubber Each year, like clockwork, a predictable nipples that farmers use for baby lambs’. long line up of costumed and masked chil- Since Grandpa Papa raised three bands of dren waited outside the front door of our sheep for his profession, baby bum lambs Grandmother Nana’s house, to ‘Sign-in’ rotated through our utility room every for those full sized Chocolate Hershey’s January, February and March. CandyBars! The outside of the utility room led to a During harvest the Hagerman community cement platform. Three wide cement depended on an abundance of garden stairs went down to the backyard. To the produce to dry, can, freeze, store in a cel- west of the stairs and lining the backyard lar or fruit room. Kitchen cooks were con- was an oversized scruffy hedge giving sumed with preserving fruit and vegetaprivacy to the length of the house. Three bles for the winter. Among other crops, beautifully mature maple trees, planted Dad grew Idaho Russet Potatoes and years before, stood perfectly placed meFields of Sun Glistened Corn. I observed ticulously apart in front of the hedge. Bedad giving neighbors large sacks of corn tween the left two maple trees hung a and potatoes. In return they would often clothesline with clothespins ready for use. reciprocate with bushels of apples, I often used the far right maple tree for peaches, tomatoes and you name itI climbing, as a few years before my older When dad came home with the extra pro- brother nailed wooden blocks up the duce, Mom would drop everything to turn trunk constructing a makeshift ladder her attention to the process of canning leading to a hidden… (con’t in November) and freezing the produce for the family at She would buy 200 candy bars and look forward to the event all year long.


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Sa Highland Youth Games: 9a. Ages 5-14. Sunway Soccer Complex Farmers Market: 9-2. Mall Parking Lot Crafters Day: 10:30a. TF Library City Park: 4-9. Women’s Rights Groove Brothers: 6p. Tap House 3 M City Council: 5p. Public Hearing 6p. 4 Tu Active Aging Summit: 8:30a. Lunch included. Free. CSI Fine Arts Theater 5 W Chamber All Business Conference: 8:30-3:30p. CSI Fine Arts Center, $75. Rotary: 12-1p. Turf Club Bryan Bielanski: 6p. TF Brickhouse. No cover. 6 Th CSI Symphonic Band: 7:30p. Free CSI Fine Arts Center 7 F Oktoberfest: 4-9. Downtown Gary & Cindy Braun: 6-8p. No cover. TF Sandwich Co Roger McVey Piano: 7:30p. $10 CSI Fine Arts Center 8 Sa Vet Run Fundraiser: 7-1p. CRT-Blass Vet Run Fundraiser: 7-1p. CRT-East 5k Fun Run/Walk: 9-12p. CSI Farmers Market: 9-2. Mall Parking Lot Oktoberfest: 11-9p. Downtown Princes/Superhero Party: 2-4p. Nazarene Gym for “Christmas Child” Hoagie Street Guy: 4-9p. Downtown Kimberly Road: 7p. Tap House 9 Su Gary & Cindy Braun: 10-12p. Sheep Festival, Town Square, Ketchum Hoagie Street Guy: 11a-9p. Dntown Magic Valley Symphony: 4p. CSI Fine Arts Center 10 M City Council: 5p. Public Hearing 6p. 11 Tu St Edward’s School Board: 5:30p. P&Z: 6p. City Hall 12 W Rotary: 12-1p. Turf Club CSI Theater: 7:30p. Fine Arts Center

13 Th CSI Theater: 7:30p. Fine Arts Center 14 F CSI Theater: 7:30p. Fine Arts Center Front Porch Flavor: 7p. Tap House 15 Sa Farmers Market: 9-2. Mall Parking Lot Fall Market: 10-4. Episcopal Church 371 Eastland Dr N CSI Theater: 7:30p. Fine Arts Center 17 M City Council: 5p. Public Hearing 6p. 19 W Rotary: 12-1p. Turf Club Jazz: 6-9p. Brickhouse. No cover. 22 Sa Farmers Market: 9-2. Mall Parking Lot 23 Su Freedom Festival: 9a-9p. City Park Bandshell: 2-6p. 24 M City Council: 5p. Public Hearing 6p. 25 Tu P&Z: 6p. City Hall 26 W Rotary: 12-1p. Turf Club 27 Th VAVMV Candlelight Vigil: 5-8p. City Pk Ammon Bundy: 7-9. Town Hall Eastside Baptit Church 28 F CSI Arts on Tour SOLD OUT 29 Sa Read & Treat: 9-2p. City Park Trick or Treat Main St: 10-5p. Downtn 31 M City Council: 5p. Public Hearing 6p.


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