— A cozy, neighborhood spot —
Find us on the picturesque Ohio River, in the heart of Newburgh, Indiana.
— A home-style bakery with desserts baked from scratch —
Our sentimental favorites will recall another era, reminiscent of precious time spent with mom or grandma. No mixes, artificial preservatives, high-fructose corn syrup
or trans-fats in our kitchen. Just fresh, natural ingredients of the highest quality!
— A brown bag lunchery, too —
A healthy alternative to fast-food meals, every bag is filled with a mouth-watering sandwich, an interesting side dish of choice and one of Cleo’s special cookies
— the only thing missing is Mom’s love note inside!
Come see us really soon!
Hello everyone and Happy Thanksgiving,
It was 150 years ago when Abraham Lincoln declared Thanksgiving a national holiday, a day to gather around the dinner table as a nation and share a meal of thanks. To this day, many Americans would state that this feast is their favorite holiday. When I ask our customers “why?” — most say that it is because there are no gifts involved, just a spirit of family and friends enjoying a festive day together. As a baker, I love the idea that we are adding to the joyful meals that are celebrated on this great day. For this, we at Cleo’s say, “Thank you!”
We are ready to assist you. Many of you have placed your orders for our pumpkin pie, pecan pie and persimmon pudding. But did you know that Cleo’s is offering some special side dishes this year? First, the dressing! We don’t mean to brag, but we have been told that our dressing is second to none. (The secret is in the homemade broth, you know!) Next is the corn. We just call it our Thanksgiving Buttery Corn for lack of a more creative name. It is oh-so-good! And lastly, we are offering our Mom, Cleo’s own cranberry salad. It is so yummy — you might think it is dessert!
All orders must be in by Saturday, November 23rd. Last pick-up time is Wednesday at 4:00. We will be closing shortly after so that we can spend time with our families preparing for our own celebrations. Cleo’s will reopen on Saturday morning, bright and early as usual.
In December, we will be offering a Children’s cookie painting class. This should prove to be lots of fun for kids, ages 5-10 who like to decorate. Look for details and registration sheets at Cleo’s. And speaking of cookies, we will have beautiful Christmas Cookie boxes for the holidays. They make great hostess gifts!
From the Bakery: Our focus is on everything Thanksgiving until the special holiday is here. We will then turn our thoughts to Christmas. Beginning December 1st, we will begin baking Christmas cheesecakes…white chocolate peppermint, cranberry orange and eggnog. And back by popular demand (seriously!) we will be offering our Macaroon Trees in the bakery display case. So pretty and so delicious!
From the Lunch Menu: Our grilled hummus sandwich is back. Lots of customers enjoying the Build Your Own Grilled Cheese sandwich this week. We have chili on Mondays to warm your tummies. We will add some shredded cheese on top if you like.
Winners of the last drawings: Mary Ellen Ziliak, Claire Bosma, Michelle Clem and Anita Corne. So come back to see us and claims your treats!
Up & Coming: Saturday, November 30th is SHOP LOCAL DAY, a day set aside to encourage shoppers to support the small businesses in your community. We hope you will remember your downtown shops. Without your support, small businesses can’t stay alive. It is the little shops and restaurants that make downtown Newburgh so special. We really appreciate your visits, your orders and your kindness.
Looking Forward: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to spend Christmas in the 1800′s? Historic Newburgh offers you that opportunity. From December 6 – 8, you can step back in time as carolers and citizens dressed in garb of the era stroll the downtown area. There will be singing and roasting of chestnuts in Ye Old Newburgh on the Ohio River. Be sure to attend, and please come see us at Cleo’s while you are here.
Let us help you through the holidays. Remember that we offer sandwich trays, dessert trays, and salads. These are not ordinary, but all homemade with only the freshest of ingredients. If you are thinking of hosting a party, let us help you with the planning. The holidays can be stressful. Let us take away the pain. We promise to make any event a success.
That’s it for now. Back to the kitchen I go so I can “bake you happy.”
What a great fall we are having. October is a beautiful month on the river with the leaves changing daily. The barges look even more spectacular against nature’s colorful backdrop. Lots of you have been taking advantage of the scenery by relaxing on Cleo’s back porch!
It is nearly impossible to believe, but we opened our doors here at Cleo’s one year ago. To commemorate this milestone, the Chamber of Commerce is hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, October 23rd. There will be lots of balloons, hot chai tea cider and celebration cake served all day to anyone who would like to stop in and help us celebrate this special day. Please join us if you can!
THIS IS BIG!!!! You know we always try to please our customers, so because you have asked, we are going to start opening on Sundays. We will try it out and see how it goes. This Sunday will be the first for us. We will be open from 9 until 2. In addition to our usual bakery and breakfast/lunch items, we will offer a couple of Sunday-only-Specials that you won’t want to miss. Stop in to try the surprises!
From the Bakery: Bread puddings continue to get raves. Ghost cookies are favorites in the cookie department. And we have lots of pumpkin treats: pumpkin cake, pumpkin scones, pumpkin bread and pumpkin cheesecake. It is that time of year! And because you asked, YES, we will start offering persimmon pudding on November 1st. Cleo’s very own recipe that you all love!
Cleo’s has a reputation we are quite proud of for our cheesecakes. Ask about our list of cheesecake flavors. Let me tempt you with a few: maple pumpkin, French apple, butter pecan, eggnog, turtle….
From the Lunch Menu: Nice fall breezes and sweater weather is inspiring more soups at Cleo’s. Remember, our soups are made fresh daily. No short cuts. Even our broth is made from scratch. Our soup chefs, Nathan and Nestor, are constantly creating new taste sensations. Nothing bland in Cleo’s kitchen!
Are these rainy days making you think about staying in your office at noon? Maybe you would rather not get in your car and drive to lunch. Cleo’s delivers! Give us a call and discover the possibilities.
Last week’s Drawing: The two big winners are Linda O”Neill from Anytime Fitness and Lisa Watson from Watson Law Office. We look forward to seeing you again at Cleo’s.
Up & Coming: We can never remind you too early to start planning for Thanksgiving. Remember the three P’s: pumpkin, pecan, and persimmon. We will start taking orders soon so watch for our Thanksgiving order sheets.
Cleo’s catering business is picking up as well with fall events organized and early planning for office Christmas parties. Think of Cleo’s for your sandwich trays, salads, and dessert trays. Or let us help you be creative!
Looking Forward: Historic Newburgh Ghost Walks, October 18-20. 60 minute guided ghost tours. Way too fun! Visit www.historicnewburgh.org for details.
And one of our personal favorites is:
Newburgh Celebrates Christmas, December 7 and 8. Shop, dine and enjoy with carolers and musicians on the corners. There are even chestnuts roasting on the open fire. Over 75 people dressed in 1880 clothes will take you back in time. Trolley Tours of Old Newburgh will start at 10 am on Saturday and noon on Sunday. Hear stories about the homes and about Christmas Past. Contact Historic Newburgh for more information.
Come see me soon so I can “bake you happy.”
What a great afternoon and evening. The Honey Vines entertained us at the Farmer’s Market. We just love their harmonies! And I hope you all week we had, ending with the Farmer’s Market on Saturday morning and the Blues ‘n BBQ Fest on Saturday made it down to listen to some of the best blues bands around and enjoy the beer garden and BBQ in support of Special Olympics. My sister brought me a smoked turkey leg since I couldn’t get away from Cleo’s at lunch time. Wow, was it good!
From the bakery: we have been putting all the fresh fruits to work this week and will continue doing so. Lots of yummy peach bread puddings and peach tarts, blackberry bread puddings and blackberry tarts, and of course, the very popular strawberry tarts are in the cold bakery case. I am also baking biscotti now. This week I am offering you cranberry pistachio and chocolate chip biscotti. They are so terrific with coffee – make the best “dunkers.”
From the lunch or breakfast menu: you can’t get enough of our breakfast burrito it seems. Everyday we make fresh salsas in house such as chipotle lime and Diablo. You can always count on our homemade quiche. We make cheese quiche each day as well as a surprise quiche such as roasted red pepper with green onions. They get raves from our customers! Our sides of the day our really popular, too. We have been told that our bowtie pasta is “the best ever.”
Drawing winners this week were: Kara Curry and a double-card winner, Dr. Rick Yeager & Mary Ellen Ziliak (authors of Ms: Beyond the Red Door) – please come to Cleo’s for your free cookie and beverage. We can’t wait to see you again!
Up & Coming: We keep reminding you about the Fiddler’s Fest which is August 23rd to 25th. This is absolutely one of the best events of the summer. You won’t want to miss it. You can come all three days if you like. We will be there! The music is great and the catfish is simply the best. And of course, don’t forget to stop by Cleo’s booth to satisfy your sweet tooth!
We are pretty excited that Lavish Spa is opening their doors across the street from Cleo’s on September 3rd. It is a beautiful facility offering many treatments to pamper yourself. Don’t we all deserve that! Newburgh downtown just keeps getting better all the time with more and more reasons for you to come see us.
Looking Forward: We will be participating in Twilight on the Trail, a fundraising event whose proceeds benefit TOUCH Inc, a charity serving the non-medical needs of cancer patients. It is held on Newburgh’s Rivertown Trail from 5-10 p.m. Live entertainment features the “Boat Monkeys” and “Scrubs.” Food, wine, beer and soft drinks will be sold on site. Admission fee is $10 in advance or $15 at the gate. Plan to come out and support this worthy cause and enjoy a wonderful evening.
We have had a number of enquiries about our delivery business. Yes, it is with pleasure that we deliver to businesses. We offer both brown bag lunches as well as meeting and party trays. Here are the details: –$50 minimum order –10% delivery charge added to bill –24-hour advance notice on large orders –Delivery area is Castle High School to the North, Alcoa to the East, Gateway Hospital to the West and the River to the South –Call us at 812-853-0500; fax us at 888-520-5606; email us at email@example.com
Let Cleo’s be your first choice. We ensure that your order is always fresh whether it is from the Bakery or from our Brown Bag Lunchery.
And as always, come see me so I can “bake you happy!”
July is flying by and in such a great way. We had a terrific week last week, and we can’t thank you all enough for your continued support of Cleo’s. We love seeing the familiar faces each week, some of you each day! And we get such a thrill out of surprise visitors. This week our Aunt Ginny came to see us. Everyone should have an Aunt Ginny. No matter how many years she adds to her age, or how many new ailments she finds herself with, her spirit still soars. How can anyone that senior in years continue to light up a room? Amazing!!!
From the Lunch Menu: We have a new veggie wrap, designed to please vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. It is a flour tortilla filled with zucchini, summer squash, roasted red peppers, goat cheese and pesto mayo, grilled to perfection. Oh so good!
Our breakfast menu is a smash hit. You can’t get enough of our baking powder biscuits with Cleo’s special sausage gravy. And this week, our breakfast burritos have been really popular. This week’s burrito is made with sausage, eggs, onions, green peppers and tomatoes and served with two salsa on the side: tomatillo verde and spicy chile de arbol.
From the Bakery: What do you get when you combine fresh lemons, homemade vanilla pudding, bits of my very own shortbread cookies and fresh whip cream? TADA….lemon trifle! It is so refreshing. I think you will love it.
I am also baking fresh berry tarts. They are “berry” good, trust me. Tee Hee! Depending on when you stop by, you may find strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, blackberry or mixed berries in the case.
This week’s Drawing: And the winners are: Amber Combs and Derk Boss. We look forward to seeing you back at Cleo’s.
Up & Coming: Guess what? August 2nd is National Ice Cream Sandwich Day. It goes without saying that we will honor that special day by adding ice cream sandwiches to our menu for the day. But I must warn you, when they are gone, they are gone. The ice cream will be homemade, of course! And it will be sandwiched in-between Cleo’s very own cookies. What could be better?
Looking Forward: While we are talking about special days, August 4th is “Sister’s Day!” And I am so excited because my sister, Susie, will be here. You will see her in the bakery during August, so be sure to stop in and say “hi.” She likes for people to tell her that she looks younger than me (NOT!), so go ahead. I don’t mind a little fib now and then. Ha!
Important Dates to Remember: The Old Dam Blues & BBQ Fest is August 10th and the Newburgh Fiddler’s Fest is August 23rd to 25th. So much fun!
And oh please come see me soon, so I can “bake you happy.”
July is such a great a month; yes a red-white-and blue great month. Lots of spirit and family fun! We really enjoy seeing all the families stopping to pick out their special treats to take along on their river walks. It seems we just can’t keep enough cookies in the case. But that’s a good thing!
As a baker/owner, you work a lot of long days. Your rewards are the happy faces and the comments such as, “that’s the best coconut cake I have ever tasted.” This is what gets you started at 4 a.m. every morning. We were paid such a nice tribute recently that I would like to share it with you. Please check it out: Newburghliving.com.
And speaking of baking, I am afraid this will be a short newsletter this week as I have lots of cheesecakes on order (keep them coming, please!) so I must head for the kitchen quickly.
FROM THE BAKERY: Fresh blueberries are just delicious right now so you will see them in scones, lemon blueberry muffins, coffee cakes, New York style cheesecakes with blueberry toppings and other surprises!
We are baking a variety of yeast breads this week, such as Jalapeno Bread, Bolillos, and English Farl. If these breads are new to you, live a little….give it a go! So far, customers are raving about them.
FROM THE LUCNH MENU: Well, breakfast really! You asked for it, so you get it…homemade biscuits and gravy. We are adding more breakfast specials this week as well, so stop in and see for yourself. Be the first to say, “Oh, wow!”
LAST WEEK’S DRAWING: Melannie Hutchinson and Michelle Agostino Cox, you are our winners. YAY! Come claim your prize. We can’t wait to see you again.
UP & COMING: Don’t miss the Farmer’s Market and stop and see Cleo’s. We are there every Saturday. Remember, as an added bonus, we are entertained with great music. This Saturday, July 13 – The Little Old Dam Band will be performing and next Saturday, July 20 - Like Wise – Dan Dahlquist and Matt Cassidy will be there.
LOOKING FORWARD: There is always so much going on in Historic Newburgh and Carol Schaefer does a great job keeping us posted with what is up coming. One of my favorites is the Fiddler’s Fest which is August 23-25. Put it on your calendar and plan ahead. You won’t want to miss it!
Come see me soon so I can “bake you happy.”
On Friday night we had the privilege of participating in Evansville’s “Evening on the River.” What an exciting event that was with lots of vendors and bands. I bet there were a thousand people attending. The proceeds help keep Evansville beautiful through the Evansville Parks Foundation. It was great seeing so many of Cleo’s customers there.
Saturday was a bit of a bummer with the Farmers Market getting rained out. We are always at the mercy of Mother Nature when it comes to outdoor activities. Let’s hope this week is better.
But we were honored to have Historic Newburgh selling Fireworks Buttons at Cleo’s from 12-2 on Saturday. Nathan Glass who won the contest this year was so cute as he was interviewed in front of the camera for a local TV channel.
From the Bakery: Cleo’s has gotten quite a nice reputation for her Scones. Did you know that it is believed that this Scottish bread originated between 1505 and 1515 and were named after the Stone of Destiny (or Scone), the place where Scottish kings were once crowned? Over 500 years ago and we still love them! They sound almost royal, don’t they?
Later in the week, I will be baking Key Lime Cheesecake. I know it is a favorite and I don’t want to disappoint my loyal customers, so please stop in.
From the Lunch Menu: Now that the Farmers Market is open, if you haven’t tried it yet, you must give it a go. Our Farmer’s Market sandwich made with goat cheese, sundried tomatoes, roasted red peppers, cucumbers, radishes and sprouts on multi-grain bread is delicious!
Many of you enjoy our Build Your Own Sandwich. You choose: Bread: white, wheat, multi-grain, marble rye. Meat: turkey, ham, roast beef, pastrami. Cheese: Swiss, provolone, American, cheddar. And add: Lettuce, tomato, pickle, mustard, mayo. The Build Your Own Sandwich comes in Whole or Half size, so you can add a cup of soup if you like.
Last Week’s Drawing : Richard Smith is the lucky winner. Come on in and claim your prize!
Up & Coming: Visit us this week at the Farmer’s Market where we will have plenty of mouth-watering Scones, Tea Breads, Muffins, Sweet Corn Cookies, Coffee Cakes and really good Coffee. The market is Open from 8 – 12. And Cleo’s is open on Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Looking Forward: Father’s Day is June 16th. Don’t forget Dad’s favorite dessert. Our dad loved chiffon cake. What is your dad’s favorite? Let us know so we can “bake him happy.”
Hello dear friends of Cleo’s,
Last week was lots of fun with the “Grapes on the Grass Wine & Food Tasting” on Friday night. We loved participating and showcasing our ever-so-popular Sweet Corn Cookies for the first time this year. It was exciting to see so many friends that evening at what is always a great event. Our Sweet Corn Cookies have tons of fans from the Farmer’s Market days. Customers love the not-too-sweet taste coupled with the right amount of crunch.
You may have noticed that we have added more seating on our back porch. It seems that lots of you really enjoy sitting out there so we decided to make it more available. Don’t worry. It’s not crowded, just cozy!
From the Bakery: Every day is special in our bakery, but this Thursday is a day dreamer’s delight. Remember when we were little and Mom would bring home Neapolitan ice cream to satisfy all the family, those who loved strawberry, the chocoholics and of course the plain-vanilla kids? Come to Cleo’s to rekindle those memories and enjoy my ever-so-scrumptious Neapolitan cheesecake. Oh yes!
From the Lunch Menu: Did you know that the word “quiche” really means cake, even though it is more of a savory pie? At Cleo’s, no one seems to care what the word means, but the customers really love our homemade daily varieties. This week we will be featuring Sun-dried Tomato & Basil Quiche, in our flaky buttery crust as usual. Yum!
One of our most popular meal items is what we call our All Day Breakfast Sandwich. That’s a fried egg with your choice of cheese, ham or bacon, on a croissant or homemade buttermilk biscuit. Morning, noon and night, customers love it!
Last Week’s Drawing : Our two triumphant winners are: Tom Fischer and Shari Mautz. Rush back to Cleo’s to claim your treats!
Up & Coming: This Saturday is opening day for the Farmer’s Market. There are so many booths to visit with fresh vegetables and fruits, homemade soaps, fresh cut flowers, handcrafted jewelry, and much more. Even your pets are thought of! Remember to visit us at the Market and come see us for more variety at our bakery located right behind our booth.
Looking Forward: We have been getting a number of orders for Graduation Parties. Lots of sandwich trays and sides, and of course cookies and brownies. Just call us and we will have them ready for you. We are also preparing Picnic Bags To Go. How fun is it to grab a bag of lunch and head to the river? Call ahead for your group so there is no waiting.
Special Notice: Cleo’s will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2013, Memorial Day, in honor of those who died while serving our country. We hope you enjoy the day with your families. We will reopen bright and early on Tuesday morning.
REMEMBER: CLEO’S IS OPEN UNTIL 8 P.M. ON FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS NOW……so stop in and let me “bake you happy.”
Mother’s Day is a very special day for us, a day when we like to think that our bakery is like one big card, one big gift dedicated to our mother Cleo. We hope that every recipe we pull out of the box with her handwritten comments and chocolate smudges is felt all the way up to heaven. She surely must be smiling down on this place and loving all the new faces that pop in to enjoy her recipes. Some of you are becoming like old friends, for sure!
Excuse me if I’m a little sentimental this week. I had such a wonderful surprise, one that brought me to joyful tears. As most of you know, in May of 2012, I retired from 26 years of teaching kindergarten in order to enter my lifelong dream of owning a bakery in Newburgh, IN with my family. But I must say, I still miss those kids! Well, my last year’s class came to Cleo’s carrying big signs about how much they miss me. Cry-baby-me lost it! I am sharing some photos with you. Precious moments….
From the Bakery: Get your orders in early for Mother’s Day. Two specials this week: Angel Food Cakes with fresh strawberry frosting and Mom’s Luscious Rum Pie, sinfully good! Surprise your mother. She will be thrilled!
From the Lunch Menu: One of our most requested sandwiches is back on the menu this week, a house favorite Golden Grilled Hummus. We also have Roasted Poblano Mushroom Cilantro Quiche this week. Yummy!
Last Week’s Drawing: TADA….Chris Schafer and Susan Craig are the double winners. Come back to Cleo’s to claim your treats!
Up & Coming: Is there a graduate in your family? Start planning your Graduation Party now. We have lots of ideas for Sandwich Trays, Sides & Desserts. Let Cleo’s make your event smooth ‘n easy….lots more time for you to enjoy the occasion. Just give us a call at 812-853-0500.
Looking Forward: Some great May events on the calendar in Newburgh: May 17th is “Grapes on the Grass Wine & Food Tasting” followed by the Wine, Art & Jazz Festival on May 18th. And everyone is so ready for the opening day of Historic Newburgh’s Farmer’s Market on May 25th. Cleo’s will be participating for the third year in a row, located right behind the bakery. Come see us in both places!
That’s it for now. Come see me so I can “bake you happy.”
What a great time we had last week! Both my sister and brother were in town, so that’s always fun. And we had lots of family stop in: Brian Brochin and gang came down from Zionsville (plus extended family from Germany), Linda & John Stephens visited from Terre Haute and Rick & Joni Theroff came for lunch from Washington. And although they weren’t family, it was great to have a band from Denver, Kinetix, have lunch at Cleo’s.
We shared in the memories of several events last week, including Dave’s retirement, and a baby shower with sweet aqua cupcakes glistening with sugar sparkles. It makes us feel great to know that we have helped make those occasions special.
One of our breakfast customers who was in with a girlfriend came back for lunch with a male friend. Something tells me she liked the place! I suggested that we were open until 7 p.m. in case she wanted to come back for dinner. Ha! Ha!
For those of you who came in on Saturday, we apologize if you couldn’t find a seat. It was pretty much a packed house all day with the House Tour going on in Historic Newburgh. Now that the weather is warming up, our porch will be a popular place to sit and watch the barges go by on the river. We have added a few more chairs out there due to its popularity.
From the Bakery: I surprised everyone last week with root beer float cupcakes & you went crazy for them, so I will be adding them to the case this week. I am also baking double chocolate layer cakes this week for those chocoholics out there. Come on, you know who I’m talking to!!!
From the Lunch Menu: Don’t forget about our BLT sandwiches. The “B” comes from DeWigs – only the finest bacon will do at Cleo’s.
Last Week’s Drawing: Oops! How did I forget. Looks like this week will find two lucky winners. Stay tuned!
Up & Coming: This Saturday, April 27th, is the Kuebler Garden Party. It is a fundraiser for the Museum that includes a tour of the historic home at 700 Jefferson. And on Sunday, the 28th, is the Newburgh Pub Crawl. Just the name indicates a good time.
Looking Forward: The Farmer’s Market will be starting very soon. Yes, Saturday, May 25th from 8 a.m. until noon. We will be there with hot coffee and fresh baked goods. Our location is right behind Cleo’s Bakery, so if you don’t see what you want outside, you can come inside, too.
Come see me soon so I can “bake you happy.”
Hello dear friends of Cleo’s,
With the weather warming up, I see many of you heading out to Cleo’s back porch. There is just something about a porch that makes you want to linger, especially when you have the river to soothe you and an occasional barge passing by. I have always loved a porch so I will share a couple of quotes with you today. “The best kind of friend is the kind you can sit on a porch with, never say a word, then walk away feeling like it was the best conversation that you ever had.” And when you add a water view it gets even better. Since I am a huge Johnny Depp fan, I will share this quote with you. “I’m an old-fashioned guy… I want to be an old man with a beer belly sitting on a porch, looking at a lake or something.” That makes me smile big time!
From the Bakery: I’m dreaming in lemon Technicolor, so you can expect lemon cupcakes with lemon buttercream this week. And by popular request, the case will have plenty of Mississippi Mud and Black & White Brownies.
From the Lunch Menu: Have you tried our Cubano Sandwich? If not, rush right in because you are going to love it. Who could resist the roast pork, ham, Swiss cheese, mustard, pickle on grilled flatbread? Oh my! And as far as our soup goes, we will be retiring the chicken velvet soup until next fall and replacing it with French onion. You know we like to serve chilled soups occasionally as the weather heats up.
Last Week’s Drawing: The prize goes to DJ’s Home Rescue. We look forward to your next visit. Hope to see you soon!
Up & Coming: Watch the Board for new cheesecake flavors. The first one to be showcased will be Key Lime Cheesecake. If you want to guarantee one to take home with you, please call and order ahead.
Looking Forward: As always, there are many events going on in Newburgh. One that is coming up very soon on Saturday, April 20, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. is the 2013 House Tour which will feature 5 homes in historic Newburgh. You can purchase tickets by going online at www.evansvillephilharmonic.org. Please stop in and see us if you are in town that day. It will be a special day for charity and a great chance to see some beautiful homes.
Come see me soon so I can “bake you happy.”