|48th Annual Christmas Home Tour - 2013|
"The Magic of Christmas"
Friday, Dec. 6 10:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday, Dec. 7 10:00am - 5:00pm
Complimentary Tea and Sales of Specialty Foods, Baked Goods, and Holiday Decor at the Church located at 9th and Francis.
Adult tickets are $10.00 in advance, available at the church office, Ace Hardware, Meals on Wheels (Senior Center), and area King Soopers stores. On tour days, tickets are $15 and are available at the church office and tour homes. Tickets for children under 10 are $2.00 and sold at tour homes only.
2013 Featured Homes
To volunteer at any of these three homes or at the church on tour days please click here.
Magic is happening on the 2013 Home Tour scene. We are excited about …
It takes many church and community members working together to produce this much loved tradition in Longmont. Join the group for planning & fellowship on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 7:00pm, at Judy Miller’s home (1262 Carolina AV.) —Dede Alspaugh, Fran Wahl, and Judy Miller
Contact the Tri-Chairs: Dede Alspaugh (303-776-9729), Judy Miller (303-651-3764), and Fran Wahl (303-684-0830) to learn more!
The Christmas Home Tour is a Longmont tradition and a great way to start the holiday season. Take along a friend, family member, or significant other and go tour three of Longmont's most beautiful homes decorated for Christmas.
Thanks to our many volunteers! Please see 2013 Home Tour Volunteer Sign Up to find a time on this year's schedule for the three homes and at the church in the Fireside Room.
Proceeds from Home Tour are donated to many non-profits in Longmont such as The OUR Center, A Woman's Work, the Inn Between, Meals on Wheels, Housing First, Safe Shelter and more. Some of the proceeds go to the church and youth groups, also.
Purchases may be picked up on Friday, Dec. 13 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm in Fellowship Hall.
2013 Home Tour Homes
Henderson Home - 2251 Mariner DR
Strong Home - 1615 Stardance Circle
Gleitz Home – 927 Third AV
Home Tour Purchases
Home Tour purchases may be picked up (date TBD) in Fellowship Hall at the church on 9th and Francis. The profits of Home Tour go to entities that combat homelessness. Checks from the proceeds from past tours have been distributed the following: Housing First, Safe Shelter, A Women’s Work, Soft Voices, Meals on Wheels, Salud Clinic, OUR Center, Inn Between, Voices for Children, and UCC Longmont.
Home Tour History
Please see Home Tour History 2005 for the 40th anniversary publication by Terrie Kirkpatrick.
The Christmas Home Tour is ...
• a fun way to kickoff the holiday season