Janet Nicolaides hangs a wreath on her front door in preparation for the Twilight Holiday Homes Tour Saturday. The Nicolaides home is known for its outdoor lights and decorations for holidays throughout the year and especially at Christmas time. Inside, family and holiday traditions are reflected throughout creating an old time Christmas atmosphere.
Janet Nicolaides hangs a wreath on her front door in preparation for the Twilight Holiday Homes Tour Saturday. The Nicolaides home is known for its outdoor lights and decorations for holidays throughout the year and especially at Christmas time. Inside, family and holiday traditions are reflected throughout creating an old time Christmas atmosphere. Courtesy photo
Janet Nicolaides hangs a wreath on her front door in preparation for the Twilight Holiday Homes Tour Saturday. The Nicolaides home is known for its outdoor lights and decorations for holidays throughout the year and especially at Christmas time. Inside, family and holiday traditions are reflected throughout creating an old time Christmas atmosphere. Courtesy photo

Holiday home tour planned in Highland

November 30, 2016 09:41 AM

UPDATED November 30, 2016 09:42 AM

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