Look no further! Tickets for the 2012 tour are in hand and ready to be sold at Kimberly’s, the Winchester Book Gallery, The Final Yard, and right here:
PHW Holiday House Tour 2012 Preview Party Tickets for Saturday, December 8, 6-9 PM
Preview Party tickets are also valid on Sunday, December 9, 1-5 PM
$50/adult Discount available for PHW members; please contact PHW for more information.
PHW Holiday House Tour 2012 Advance Daylight Tickets for Sunday, December 9, 1-5 PM ONLY
$20/adult, $6/child 12 and under; children under 6 are free.
Click here to see the Holiday House Tour 2012 brochure (PDF).
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Click here for a map of the Holiday House Tour 2012 sites (JPEG).
Holiday House Tour sponsor The Cake Boutique. Thank you for your support!
It’s that time of the year again – Preservation of Historic Winchester is preparing for our major fundraising event, the Holiday House Tour. Homes, commercial spaces, and a church will be showing off the theme of “Traditions and Transformations” for 2012.
The Bough and Dough Shop will be held at the Winchester Little Theatre, 315 West Boscawen Street. The Shop will be open December 8 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and December 9 from noon-5 p.m. Stop by for some holiday shopping and complimentary hot drinks!
Join us on Saturday, December 8 for the special kickoff event, the Candlelight Tour and the Preview Party at 15 South Washington Street from 6-9 p.m.. The daylight tours continue on Sunday, December 9 from 1-5 p.m.
Advance tickets will be available for purchase November 15 at Kimberly’s, the Winchester Book Gallery, The Final Yard, as well as the PHW office and online at www.phwi.org. Candlelight Tour and Preview Party tickets are regularly $50, $40 for PHW members. Daylight tour tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door.
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Major Holiday House Tour sponsor The Adams Companies. Thank you for your support!
Work is progressing at our first facade improvement project house, 134 E. Leicester St. PHW started our association with the homeowner several years ago for Day of Caring. We are thrilled that our successful fundraisers this spring enabled us to give back a bit more to this deserving project. Images of the project can be seen at our Facebook page.
PHW is still accepting donations and volunteers for the program. Donations can be made at the PHW website via PayPal or via mail to PHW at 530 Amherst St. Winchester, VA 22601. Persons interested in volunteering, please contact Nancy Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s almost time for the big day! Only three tickets remain. Don’t miss your chance to participate in this spectacular event!
To prepare for the event, the office will be closed promptly at 2 PM tomorrow, Friday the 13th. We will check in at the office on Saturday afternoon before the event for any last minute questions that arise.
Suggested parking map for Manhattan(s) in Winchester – click image to enlarge. On street parking is available on West Cork, South Washington, Wolfe, and South Braddock Streets. There are several nearby lots, including the Braddock Street United Methodist Church lot, the Valley Health Rehab Center lot, and the City-owned Cork, Palace, and Hable lots (map of City lots available here).
We’ll see you there on Saturday!
Please join Preservation of Historic Winchester for Manhattan(s) in Winchester Saturday, April 14, 7 p.m. at the home of Dr. Peter Bullough, President of the Board of Trustees, Glass-Glen Burnie Foundation. Dr. Bullough, formerly of Manhattan, will graciously open his homes and gardens at 120 and 122 West Cork Street for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres to benefit PHW.
Space is limited, so only the first 60 paid reservations can be accommodated. Don’t delay – this is an opportunity not likely to be repeated. RSVP by mail or at (540 ) 667-3577 or buy your tickets online via Paypal. Admission is $50 per person.
Thanks to our sponsor Reader & Swartz Architects, P.C. for making this event possible!
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The St. Patty’s Day Poker Party is fast approaching. If you haven’t considered attending yet, please do! The proceeds from the event will be used to help us repaint the exterior of 134 E. Leicester Street for an older homeowner in need of assistance. RSVP to Nancy at email@example.com by this Wednesday to join us for the “Giving of the Green.”