Leave: 10:45am Senior Center
Lunch: Quiet Corner in Churubusco
at your own cost.
Jeremy and Jennifer Lutter began a new journey opening their winery,
Country Heritage Winery and Vineyard, in April 2011. We've had such
great support from our customers and community that we outgrew our
building. 2013 brought a major expansion with the addition of more
production area and a larger banquet/meeting room. Come share in our
excitement and see what we have to offer. We'd love to meet you!
Live music from local artists, creative classes with wine and canvas
or cooking with wine, frozen wine slushes on the front porch, a showroom
full of gifts and collectibles, and of course our award winning wines.
Here at Country Heritage Winery we truly have
something for everyone.
Make the MOST of the occasion and host your next event in our NEW Black Bear Event
Anniversaries, birthdays, corporate events, reunions—We want to be a part of the celebration!
Accommodations available include: WiFi, Projector, Private Tasting Bar, Hors d'oeuvres
Tours available upon request; Outside food welcome; no outside alcohol, weddings, or receptions.
To make reservations, please give us a call!
Diary of Anne Frank
Place: Round Barn,
Leave: 11:15am Senior Center
Transport: By Donation
One of the most important stories ever told!
from The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank, this
Pulitzer Prize winning Drama tells the story the Franks, a Jewish
family who spent two years in hiding during the Nazi occupation of the
Netherlands. The diary was retrieved by Miep Gies, who gave it to
Anne’s father, Otto Frank, the only known survivor of the family. The
diary has now been published in over 60 languages. The play opened on
Broadway in 1955 receiving the Tony Award for Best Play and a
nomination for its star, Susan Strasberg. The show revived in 1997,
in an adaptation by Wendy Kesselman, starring Natalie Portman as Anne,
and Broadway juggernaut George Hearn, and received two nominations for
1998 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play.
Directed by Charles Burr; Artistic Director, Tibbits Opera
Place: Windmill Museum,
Time: 6pm to 7:30pm
Dinner: Maria’s Pancake House
Transport: By Donation
The Windmill Winter Wonderland, the annual holiday tradition at the
museum, amazes and enchants all who have the heart of a child.
Guests enjoy the magic and sounds of
the season as they walk the pathways on the museum grounds.
Lights glow and fill the sky, the windmills,
grounds with color, movement, and images. The live nativity highlights
the true meaning of the season and with the experience of lights, the
eyes and heart are filled with wonder.
It is a true WONDERLAND experience.
Baker Hall Santa Claus has a bag loaded with treats for
all of the children. For the parents, craft vendors have booths brimming
with gifts for holiday gift ideas. Food and beverages are available for
the visitors to enjoy. The Winter Wonderland’s lights glow amid wind,
rain, snow, to zero temperature and below.
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