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sandwich or panini plates from $5.99 to $10.99   

quiche of the day with 2 side salads  $10.99

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single servings of house salads $1.99

homemade desserts $4.99

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11x14 acrylic on
canvas board

11x14 watercolor     
11x14 watercolor
Dragonfly Art Classes

Renee's acrylic painting
on canvas board

phone:  217 . 737 . 7933 

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WWI historian Paul Osman of Williamsville gave a stirring talk at the dedication of the Veteran’s Park in Elkhart.. Osman’s knowledge not only of the war, but also of members of the Elkhart community who served in it.  Osman had just returned from his 11th trip to the Western Front in France and Belgium. During this recent trip, he visited the battlefields and graves of several Elkhart WWI soldiers.


Jim Grimaldi went to France to honor the memory of the paratroopers 
who jumped into France on D-Day hours before the main landing
 on the beaches of Normandy.

Paul Beaver: William Scully & the Scully estates of Logan County, Illinois

Scully began to drain his Illinois prairie land around 1870, using big open ditches - the first to use a drainage system in Logan County, allowing Scully's tenant farmers to get into their fields two weeks earlier than the other farmers as a result. 


1880’s Henry Pitcher & Sons Pipe Organ that  resided in "Oglehurst" of Gov. Richard
 Oglesby on Elkhart Hill in the 1880's & '90's

20,000-year-old mammoth tusk and
tooth found north of Lincoln

Scully began to drain his Illinois prairie land
around 1870, using big open ditches similar
to the type he was familiar with in Ireland.

Wildhare owner's former residence: 
Cape Town, South Africa

Wild Hare Cafe - Elkhart
Historical Society Lecture Series  <-- click here

Wild Hare Cafe

  Horsefeathers (vintage shoppe)

Elkhart Historical Society 

   Elkhart Station


As portrayed by Joe Woodard, Abraham Lincoln
rides down the historic Edwards Trace on Elkhart Hill

Catholic chaplains in all Irish regiments
during the Civil War

Tony Rothering, a biology prof. at LLCC, supervises
 students keeping track of birds for migration &
population growth studies.

"From War’s Ashes to the Birth of Lincoln College”
Paul Beaver gives insight to the
 founding of Lincoln College

Scully Surveyors & Ditch Diggers
in mid/late1800's in Central Il.

Karl Luthin, a screen reenactor: “Gods and Generals”,
“Glory”, The “John Adams”, “Into the West”, mini
 series, “Gettysburg”, “Cold Mountain”, “Lincoln”.

 Lincoln College’s Dr. G. Dennis Campbell Creekside
Outdoor Center for Environmental Education