Last-minute things you should know about the tour

As many of you know, my brother Thomas was involved in a plane accident Saturday, and I just have not been able to focus on the tour this week. I appreciate all the love and prayers in behalf of our family and the Hansen family. We Longs are the lucky ones. Thank you to all the wonderful people who have continued to promote the tour when I couldn’t do it.

The Historic Homes for the Holidays 2019 tour starts tomorrow. ONLINE TICKETS WILL ONLY BE AVAILABLE UNTIL NOON TOMORROW (FRIDAY, DEC. 6). You can purchase them here.

After that, you will still be able to purchase tickets, but you will have to buy them at The Healing Sanctuary (below), 187 E. 13th Street, during tour hours—Friday from 4 to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The cost will still be $10.

The tour is plenty of fun on its own, but to sweeten things just a bit more, Reed’s Dairy has offered to donate 20 percent of any purchase made by tour goers during tour hours. So if you fancy a Reed’s waffle cone or cup (who doesn’t?), stop by the Broadway location while you’re in that neck of the woods and make sure to mention you’re with the tour while paying.

Do not forget to bring your bag for carrying shoes through houses. No shoes are allowed indoors. It’s a big request to ask people to open their homes, and it’s the least we can do to keep snow and slush off the floors as much as possible. Remember, slip-on shoes are best for the tour. And don’t worry—we provide places to sit and remove shoes at each front door.

Also, tour goers are welcome to attend just Friday, just Saturday, or both days! You choose what works for you.

Thanks to everyone supporting the tour. It’s going to be wonderful. *

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