Five Putnam County homes are featured on the 24th annual Candlelight Home Tour sponsored by Delta Theta Tau Sorority in Greencastle.
The tour is set for 4-8:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18, with an admission of $7 per person.
Homes on the tour are:
* Kathy Vanlandingham, 2052 Fairway Drive, Greencastle. Her three-bedroom brick ranch invites guests to enjoy the warmth of the family room fireplace and pleasant view of the outdoors from the sunroom.
* Eldon and Lois Boswell, 84 Ridgeland Rd., Greencastle. The condo is designed and decorated by the couple. One of the highlights is the handcrafted cherry bedroom suite made by Eldon, as well as many pieces of furniture in the home. All window treatments are made by Lois.
* David and Sheila Penturf, 12 Sunset Drive, Greencastle. The charming 1900s bungalow-style home is made warm and inviting to family and friends with the coziness of the fireplace and the appeal of the oak furniture against the old Victorian wallpaper.
* Victorian Bed and Breakfast, 1245 S. Jackson St., Greencastle. Enjoy the ambiance of the Inn in the 1890 Victorian home. Seven rooms with private baths are welcoming to guests. The charm and elegance of the front parlor and sunroom puts people in the holiday spirit.
* Floyd and Shirley Freeman, 578 S. Main St., Cloverdale. The 7,300-square-foot, three-level home is set on seven acres of rolling land featuring pine trees and architectural rocks. Special features of the home include tile work, mirrors, different ceilings in each room, a special Barbie room and historical items.
Proceeds from the home tour benefit the Delta Theta Tau scholarship fund as well as clothe-a-child, the Giving Tree, Senior Center Food Pantry, Johnson-Nichols Health Clinic and other projects.
Those attending are reminded to wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to remove shoes in some of the homes.
Tickets are available at Almost Home, Ambler Hill, Eitel's Flowers and Gifts, Treasures on the Square, from Delt members, and at the homes on the day of the tour.
Also, the Delt cheeseballs will be on sale at Treasures on the Square. Cost is $5 each or three for $12.