34th annual Delta Theta Tau Holiday Home Tour set for Sunday, Nov. 20
The 34th annual Holiday Home Tour, presented by Theta Chapter, Delta Theta Tau Sorority, will be staged Sunday, Nov. 20.
Admission is still $8 per person and tickets are available at Eitel’s, Myers’ Market, Almost Home and Completely Nuts & Candy.
Locations on this year’s 1-5 p.m. home tour are:
-- The Valentine House, owned by Bruce Wong and Margaret Kenton, 733 E. Washington St.
-- The Brick, owned by Diana Surfus, 1540 Bloomington St. (next to Putnam County Hospital).
-- The home of Matt and Bev Land, 4344 E. U.S. 40 (Mt. Meridian area).
-- The home of Brad and Kathie Skeel, 931 Deerfield Ct.
-- The new Miller Asbury Apartments, located in the old Miller School building at 522 Anderson St., are also included with the apartment of Christine Morlan in the new wing and those of Darla Zeis and Susan Hirt in the original school building.
Tour attendees are also invited to explore DePauw’s new student dining facility, Hoover Hall, 602 S. College Ave., and enjoy some light refreshments.
Several area merchants and restaurants are again offering discounts. Present your ticket and the enclosed coupon at time of purchase to take advantage of those deals (see back of ticket for complete listing and dates).
Proceeds from the Holiday Home Tour are used exclusively to support the Delta Theta Tau Scholarship Fund and philanthropy donations to Putnam County programs such as the Summer Enrichment Program, the Giving Tree, Mary Allison Children’s Trust and Imagination Library.
Watch for more details on this year’s featured homes in the coming days.