Mount Pulaski celebrates the holiday season with multiple community opportunities

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[November 08, 2018] 


This year the Mount Pulaski community is celebrating the holiday season with a number of offerings.

The community has published a cookbook that is available for sale at various locations including the Illinois National Bank, Farmers Bank, and Salt Creek Attic. For collectors of as a gift for someone who collects, the cookbook Delightful Dishes - Life on the Prairie is a perfect purchase as Thanksgiving and Christmas approach.

Christmas on Vinegar Hill will be held this year on Saturday, November 17. A variety of locations are included in this years shopping experience. Maps are available at various locations in Mount Pulaski and also at the Logan County Tourism Bureau in Lincoln.

The annual event in Mount Pulaski is one of the most popular attractions in the county. Each year guests flock to the small community to enjoy and of course, buy all the lovely items that are available. If you've never gone to Vinegar Hill, make this your year, you won't be disappointed.

The Quilters at Heart have donated a beautify quilt to the Mount Pulaski Courthouse Foundation. The Quilt in the combination pattern of "Courthouse Steps" and "Ohio Stars" will be raffled off with the winner drawn at the Mount Pulaski Courthouse during the annual Vinegar Hill event on November 17th at 4 p.m.

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Tickets are available at Salt Creek Attic in Mount Pulaski, at Make it Sew in Lincoln or from any Mount Pulaski Courthouse Foundation board member.

The Holiday Tour of Homes returns to Mount Pulaski again this year on Saturday, December 8th from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tickets are on sale now at the Salt Creek Attic in Mount Pulaski. Proceeds from the tour will go to benefit the Mount Pulaski Courthouse Foundation.

Homes included in the tour this year will include, Mary Pope - 502 E. Jasper, Dorothy Loveall - 1023 Jane's Lane, Apt 21, Rick and LeeAnn Volle - 1002 S. Spring Street, Mike and Lynn Lakin - 311 S. Washington Street, Richard and Jo Ellen Walsh - 11 Lamplighter, and St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church - 321 S. Lafayette.

St, Thomas Church will be hosting a chili and soup supper. There is no cost for the supper, but the church will be accepting a free will donation.

Tickets are required for the home tour and should be presented at each stop.

[Mount Pulaski Courthouse Foundation]

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