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Continuo Arts Presents "Home for the Holidays House Tour" Dec. 5th

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The 2015 tour homes include a wonderful Wychwood gem, a gorgeous Gardens colonial, a grand custom home and a stately Woodbrook colonial,  Call 908-264-5324 for information.
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WESTFIELD, NJ - Westfield’s “Home for the Holidays” House Tour is taking place on December 5th  from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Sponsored by the Westfield Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Offices, this festive event will feature four beautiful homes dressed in holiday style, musical entertainment and much more!

Launched in 2011, the “Home for the Holiday’s”  tour delights guests with unique and stylistically diverse properties, musical entertainment, holiday treats, gift envelopes and historic information about the featured properties.  The 2015 tour homes include a wonderful Wychwood gem, a gorgeous Gardens colonial, a grand custom home and a stately Woodbrook colonial. Lovingly decorated by homeowners, stagers and designers offering ideas from traditional to modern, contemporary to classic, the “Home for the Holiday’s” tour ushers in the season with the realization that truly, there is ‘no place like home.’

Serving as tour chairperson is Coldwell Banker’s Sherrie Natko, and Coldwell Banker agents will serve as docents; sharing each home’s historic and unique qualities with tour goers. George Kraus, Manager of the Coldwell Banker Westfield West office, said he is “proud to once again be the sponsor of the ’Home for the Holidays’ House Tour, an important holiday and destination event for Westfield and the surrounding communities.” Tickets are available at the Coldwell Banker Westfield West and East offices or by calling 908-264-5324.

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Benefiting the Continuo Arts Foundation, proceeds will go to support the Foundation’s scholarship fund, young artist debut series, community service projects, and performances.  Home tour ticket holders will also enjoy reserved seating at the annual “Christmas Time in the City” concert on December 12th, at 7:30 pm presented by the Continuo Arts Foundation in collaboration with the Presbyterian Church of Westfield.  This year’s concert will feature seven choral ensembles, the Continuo Arts Chamber Orchestra, soloists,  special guest artists, pictures with Santa, and of course the ever popular audience sing-a-longs!

Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 if purchased at the door. For more information visit the web site at www.continuoarts.com or call 908-264-5324.

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