The annual Holiday Home Tour on Thanksgiving weekend to benefit Northern Door Children’s Center is taking place on Nov. 27 and 28. Five local homeowners and a historic church have generously offered their properties for the event. Featured on the tour this year:
- The Annen Home – A warm and beautiful family-friendly home in Sister Bay;
- The Miller’s Red Door Cottage – An exquisitely restored Ephraim cottage built in 1900;
- The Crock Home – A lovely, mixed traditional, open-concept home in Baileys Harbor;
- The McCarty Home – Designed by the owner, an award-winning architect, in Fish Creek;
- The Johnson Home – A Maine cottage-style home across from the bay in Egg Harbor.
Immanuel Lutheran Church, founded in 1892 with the current sanctuary built in 1981, is the site of the Holiday Home Tour Bake Shoppe this year. Guests can purchase delicious homemade baked goods and view the beautifully decorated church.
Northern Door Children’s Center is offering tours of all five homes Nov. 27, 4 – 8 pm, and Nov. 28, 10 am – 4 pm. The Bake Shoppe at Immanuel Lutheran is open on both Friday and Saturday, the same hours as the homes. Tickets will be available through Nov. 25 for $30, by calling or stopping by Northern Door Children’s Center in Sister Bay. Tickets for the Holiday Home Tour will also be available for purchase at the Maritime Museum at 120 N. Madison Ave. in Sturgeon Bay.
Tickets may be purchased on the days of the event for $35 at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 7973 Highway 57 in Baileys Harbor. The Holiday Home Tour tickets serve as a map with directions to all five home locations. For more information on how to purchase tickets, call 920.854.4244 or email [email protected].