There’s a “Tree-mendous” evening planned for you during Solidarity’s “Holiday Celebration at the Seiberling”.
The Seiberling Mansion will be open until 8pm on Thursday, December 17th. Solidarity is inviting the whole community to share the holiday magic, and is offering free admission to enjoy the beautifully-decorated mansion. Santa will be back in the Elliott House from 5-7pm, too. Instagram a photo of your favorite tree during the event to #CHristmastree2015 for a chance to win cash prizes.
In the Seiberling, tour a vision of holiday beauty, created by dozens of volunteers over the course of a month. Twenty rooms on all three floors are decorated, and the third floor ballroom features ornaments from the former Blasius Christmas Tree House in Kokomo. Vote for your favorite room and help pick the People’s Choice. There’s a tree-counting contest for kids, too.
The Seiberling Mansion and Elliott House are located in the 1200 block of West Sycamore Street in Kokomo. Parking lots are accessible via Walnut Street, behind the mansion. Information is available at 765.452.4314 and online athowardcountymuseum.org and facebook.com/hchistory.
Solidarity was started in 1954 by Delco Electronics employees as a not-for-profit, cooperative, credit union. There are no stockholders – the members own the credit union. Today, Solidarity serves anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in Howard and/or Tipton counties and select areas of Miami and/or Cass counties. As a member-owned financial institution, Solidarity exists solely to improve the financial well-being of the members. Member deposits are federally insured by the NCUA and Solidarity is an Equal Opportunity Lender.