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In the Spotlight
Forget-Me-Nots
The name of this shop is just as it suggests -- you will never forget the experience of entering Susie Sievers' quaint gift shop!! Located at 209 Antique City Drive, Forget-Me-Nots is filled with many items to decorate your home -- some new, some vintage, some already loved!!! You will enjoy your visit -- guaranteed!!
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Welcome to Walnut
Established in 1871, the city of Walnut, Iowa is rich in history--offering a step back in time to the many visitors who stop by year after year. Our brick streets are lined with historic buildings that house antique and unique specialty shops.

Walnut's small town spirit continues to thrive today with the official title, Iowa's Antique City, given in 1985 by Governor Terry Branstad. The citizens and merchants of this little village have put Walnut on the map by offering a fun place to visit and an awesome place to live!
 
 
Walnut Announces
"The Lunch Lady Run" will be held on Saturday, May 31, 2014 at the Walnut City Park, registration starts at 10:00 a.m. Read More...
A Benefit Fund has been set up for Tim Stein, who has contracted H1N1. Read More...
The Walnut City Council is considering a Streetscape Enhancement Project, which would encompass the downtown Business District. Read More...
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