Tour Gorgeous Holiday Homes in Woodland and Raise Money for a Good Cause – Saturday, December 1st
When you’re compiling your things-to-do list this weekend, put a visit to Woodland at the top of your list.
Woodland is pulling out all the stops this Saturday from 10 a.m.-3:00 p.m. to gussy up some of their most impressive homes in holiday finery, and raise some much-needed money for the local Meals on Wheels program.
Themed as Dickens in the Valley, the tour will include six stunning Woodland homes dressed inside and out for Christmas.
According to the Daily Democrat:
This year’s home tour will showcase an assortment of unique homes decorated in a variety of themes. Featured homes will include: Alan and Michelle Mitchell, 528 College Street; Jenni Miller, 527 College St.; Christian and Stacy DeMarais, 709 Meadowood Drive; John and Maggie Smythe, 132 Bartlett Ave.; Madeline Bunfill and Steve Buchanan, 617 Cross St.; and Sally Forment, 905 Greenwood Drive.
New this year will be a silent auction for two decorated holiday trees that will be on display at BlackPine Holdings.
Tickets for the Holiday Home Tour are available in advance for $20 per person, and $25 at the door. They can be purchased at the following Woodland businesses: Corner Drug, The Gifted Penguin, Terry’s Hallmark; and in Davis at The Avid Reader Book Store.
Tickets are also available on line athttp://dickensinthevalley.eventbrite.com and at the Elderly Nutrition Office, 40 N. East Street, Suite C. For more information call 662-7035.