The insured technicians at Preferred Air Duct Cleaning create clean air by attacking the source of residential dirt, allergens, and mold. They carefully clean the ducts and vents of residences and commercial properties, taking care to test air systems and thoroughly clean system components. Removing dirt and built-up debris not only helps purify interior air, but can also lead to improved efficiency and lower energy bills.
Chefs at Friendship Chinese Restaurant forge their pan-Chinese dishes with an intense pride and dedication to the tradition of well-crafted cuisine. Entrees include macadamia-nut-crusted fresh cod, almond-crusted shrimp, and "barbarian" steak with sauteed asparagus, mushroom, and chili cabernet sauce. The eatery's authentic tastes and modern twists are available for delivery as well as dine-in eating amid the dining room's dark hardwood decor and rows of Buddha-head statues.
Chooty & Co’s fabric designs span the spectrum from folksy to baroque, but they’re united by bright colors and bold patterns that can enliven any space in your home. One mustard-colored blanket, for example, features silk-screened flowers and a black satin border; tiny mosaic tiles wind across another plush salmon pillow; and some gauzy gold drapes crinkle like a foil candy wrapper. In addition to premade home furnishings, the store stocks more than 600 fabric swatches for shoppers to peruse until they hone in on an ideal pattern and hue for bed linens, blankets, or Dracula capes.
Featuring a curvy, 700-foot indoor track that’s primed for high-speed competition, Joe’s Karting lets participants put the pedal to the floor at speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. Harness the power of nine miniature horses trotting inside each go-kart’s gas-powered engine during races that last approximately seven minutes and include up to eight drivers. A briefing session on rules and safety precedes the proceedings. Each basic annual membership includes a head sock that lets racers feel the breezy air on their beautifully waving helmets, as well as a free "hot laps" birthday session, offering big fun in pint-sized vehicles.
The fertile soil of the Loess Hills boasts a rich history, dating back to 1857, of sprouting wine-yielding fruit. Under the umbrella of the Western Iowa Grape Growers Association, a confederacy of local wineries opens its doors to host informative tours, tastings, and seminars on extracting rumors from grapevines. Palate-broadening enophiles can peruse the listings of area award winners, and at-home winemakers will enjoy Pick Your Own Grapes get-togethers and amateur-level awards. Other events include annual festivals, contests, and elegant wine dinners.