Friday, May 7, 2010

Progressive Dinner Tour on Old Northside

Six historic sites on the city’s Old Northside will celebrate spring by hosting “Stroll into Spring,” a six-course progressive dinner tour from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. 14 May. The progressive dinner tour will feature a blend of private homes and historic museums that includes the Morris-Butler House, the Patton home, the Hammond home, the President Benjamin Harrison Home, The Propylaeum Club, and Butler-Vonnegut House, and their individual architectural interest, art, and music as well as memorable food.

The special evening will begin at the Morris-Butler House, 1204 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, with hors d’oeuvres. Soup will be served at the Pattons’ home, 1508 Broadway, Indianapolis. The Hammond Home, 612 East 13th Street, Indianapolis, will serve the salad course. Palates will be cleared with sorbet at the Harrison Home, 1230 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis. The entrée will be served at The Propylaeum Club, 1410 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis. The evening will close with dessert provided by the Yellow Rose Inn at the Butler-Vonnegut House, 604 East 13th Street, Indianapolis.

Reservations are required and can be made by contacting the Morris-Butler staff: 317:636-5409. Deadline for reservations is Monday, 10 May. Tickets are $70 per person. Proceeds from the evening support educational programming at both the Harrison Home and the Morris-Butler House.

Parking will be provided at the Morris-Butler House, the President Benjamin Harrison Home and The Propylaeum.

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