Highland News Leader

Holiday home tour planned in Highland

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

The Highland IFBW will host a “Twilight Holiday Home Tour” on Saturday, Dec. 3 to help get everyone in a festive mood for the Christmas holidays.

Times will be from 4 to 8 p.m. to maximize the beauty of the Christmas lights during the evening hours. You may start the tour at any time after 4 p.m. and at any home and take your time enjoying the warmth and beauty of each of the homes with their holiday decorations.

Light refreshments will be served at the end of the Tour at Windows on Broadway.

Ticket prices are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. Tickets may be purchased at Lisa Sauer State Farm Insurance, 2670 Plaza Drive; Compustitch, 1010 Laurel St.; or The Chocolate Affair, 801 9th St., all in Highland, or by calling 654-7402.

Proceeds of home tour to fund Lucy Staley Scholarships, high school senior scholarships, Santa’s House and other philanthropic activities of the club.

Tour Locations

There are seven locations on this year’s tour:

▪ Tom and Marian Korte, 2 Bogey Lane

▪ Kevin and Louise Hemann, 6 Birdie Lane

▪ Neill and Janet Nicolaides, 2030 Broadway

▪ Matt Bugger and Kelly Hunt, 1306 6th St.

▪ Tom and Deb Zobrist, 12520 Silver Lake Road

▪ Jerome and Nancy Hediger, 3030 Cally Lane

▪ Windows on Broadway, 401 Broadway

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