Butler: City-Wide Clean-Up Dates

The annual Butler Fall City-Wide clean-Up dates are set for the week of October 7th and 14th.

The date for the north side of Fort Scott Street will be October 7th

The date for the south side of Fort Scott Street the week of October 14th

Remember is resident is allowed 1 pick-up truckload. Items must be separate from your weekly trash and there are fine for setting out your items early.

That’s the annual Butler Fall City-Wide Clean-Up dates for the City of Butler.

Archie Fall Festival Saturday, September 21st

The Archie Fall Festival is Saturday, September 21st from 9 to 3 pm rain or shine.  The National Anthem, prayer and kick-off is at 9 am and then its games, inflatables, live entertainment, food, raffle, pie and 50/50 contests, frog and turtle races, Archie dignitaries dunk tank, over 40 vendors and much more throughout the day.  The annual parade will hit Main street at 11 am.  There’s lots of family fun at the Archie Fall Festival, Saturday, September 21st.  For more information, find them on Facebook at Archie Fall Festival or see their new website, www.archiefallfest.com.

Fun Time Farms Open Soon

Get lost in a corn maze or spook yourself silly in a haunted maze. Fun Time Farms in Lowry City is a haunting good time.  Enjoy the corn maze, hay rides, corn box, and the zombie shoot out.  The haunted corn maze and vortex tunnel for those who dare to take the journey.  Fun Time Farms in Lowry City and is open September 20th through October 27th.  For directions or more information, visit their Facebook page Fun Time Farms.

Butler: Town Hall Meeting Scheduled

The Butler Public Town Hall meeting has been re-scheduled for Monday, September 30th.

The residents, business owners and members of the community are encouraged to attend.

This is your opportunity to speak out and talk face to face with your Butler City Council. The

doors of the Butler High School will open at 7 pm for anyone interested in attending the

Butler Town Hall meeting scheduled for Monday, September 30th. In the words of Mayor Jim

Henry, “ Let’s Pack the House” !