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Annual O'Conner House Christmas Tour

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Event# 402-698-2288

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Held each November highlights each of the 14 rooms decorated by different businesses. Following the tour, enjoy hot apple cider and fresh backed ginger cookies baked in a replica of the original stove.

Annual O'Conner House Christmas Tour

Address : 2 miles east of Homer South Sioux City NE
Phone : 402-698-2288   (Always call and confirm events.)

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