Logan’s Landing thanks everyone who helped make our 22nd annual Downtown Christmas Open House a success! By exchanging donations of food and pet items, paper goods and cleaning supplies for tickets and depositing those tickets at participating merchants, many lucky shoppers won great prizes, while helping our community’s less fortunate and supporting local businesses. Additionally, there were three Prize Passport winners, who visited all twelve businesses and won a combined total of $475 in Logan’s Landing Bucks!

 Thanks to the generosity of the community, we collected approximately 800 pounds of donated items! These items have been distributed to the Emmaus Mission Center, Salvation Army, and the Cass County Humane Society. Special thanks to all of our volunteers, and especially to Wyndi Thompson for chairing this year’s event.

Thanks again to our participating merchants: Black Dog Coffee & Legacy Outfitters, Bonus Pints & the Record Farm, Fernbaugh’s Diamonds & Fine Jewelry, Judy’s GoodLife Emporium, Minglin Jewelers, The Nest, Pear Tree Gallery, The People’s Winery, Sage n’ Tonic, Schwering Realty, Vineyard Community Church, and Yelle’s Boutique. Special recognition goes to Black Dog Coffee & Legacy Outfitters, the winner of this year’s Spirit of Christmas Award for the festive and welcoming atmosphere they provided to event attendees!

 Congratulations once again to all the prize winners: Lindy Deeter, Jane Horner, Beth Johnson, Carol Kinsey, Angie Lalla, Linda Ludwig, Helen Rausch, Joy Spencer, Jennifer Sult, Heather Watts, Tracy Williamson, Vickie Winegardner, and Mona Woolington.

 We hope to see everybody at next year’s Downtown Christmas Open House!




Logan’s Landing’s Celebrate Logansport event on June 24th was enjoyed by everyone! People of all ages gathered downtown to celebrate Logansport’s 183rd birthday, enjoy free birthday cake and free kids activities, and eat delicious strawberry shortcake. 

Special thanks to all who participated in this event, including the Logan’s Landing Board of Directors and Promotion Committee for co-chairing the event. Additionally, thank you to Cass County Arts Alliance and Heart to Heart Hospice for providing free activities for children; downtown merchants for donating raffle prizes; Mike Anderson Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-RAM for the use of a vehicle for deliveries; the Pharos-Tribune and Michelle Dials & Cass County Communication Network for helping us get the word out; the City of Logansport, especially Mendy Asselin and the Mayor’s office for the birthday cake, and the city employees who served shortcake; Logansport Parks Department and Cass-Pulaski Community Corrections for set-up and tear-down assistance; and Logansport Savings Bank for bottled water.  Congratulations to the raffle and 50/50 winners: Chris Armstrong, Karli Armstrong, Deb Baker, Jesse Coffman, Brenda Culp, Erin Deichman, Jan Fawley, Jackie Hamilton, Lindsey & Kallie Penn, Janella Prilaman, Mark Strong, and Nick Yax.

And most of all, a huge THANK YOU to all our volunteers and to everyone who attended. We hope to see you all again at next year’s Celebrate Logansport event!