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Calvary Church's Annual House Tour Opens Its Doors May 5

The Calvary Home Tour, set for May 5, will showcase five unique homes.
SUMMIT, NJ - Celebrating its 44th year, the Calvary House Tour will open its doors May 5, showcasing five homes located in Summit and Short Hills. The event is a fundraiser benefiting the outreach efforts of the Women of Calvary Church.
Each home on the tour is architecturally distinctive, custom decorated, and enhanced by the flowering gardens of spring. 
Tickets, priced at $40 if purchased in advance, are available by visiting calvarysummit.org through April 28th, or by stopping by one of three Summit business locations:
- Lois Schneider Realtor - 431 Springfield Avenue
- The Muddy Boot - 44 Maple Street
- Paperfolio - 4 Beechwood Road
Tickets will be $45 on the day of the tour, and may be purchased at Calvary Church, 31 Woodland Avenue.

The Women of Calvary is an organization representing Calvary Episcopal Church, which encourages fellowship and creates opportunities to strengthen its commitment to people in need within their parish, community and world. Recipients receiving support from previous House Tours have included Apostles House and its associated Food Bank for homeless women and children, St. Philip’s Academy of Newark, Family Promise and The Good Shepherd Home for orphans in Cameroon, Africa.

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