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Annual Candelight Holiday Tour taking place this Saturday

The annual Phoenixville Candelight Holiday Tour is taking place on Saturday, December 1st from 4-8pm. The tour, which is entering its 7th year, opens the doors to a dozen private residences around town. From the press release on the PASD website:

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The 2007 tour will be the largest and most comprehensive in the candlelight tour's seven year history. A major attraction on this year's tour will be the new home of the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation. This stately mansion houses a circular staircase which was featured in the comic strip "Bringing Up Father". For many years Phoenixville has been a popular site for motion picture filming. The film "4D Man" with Lee Meriwether was filmed in the dining room of another home showcased on the tour. The Schuylkill River Heritage Center will be open to patrons. Among the 12 private homes on the tour is a meticulously restored house that served as the original Phoenixville Hospital in the 1890s. Each year the tour features beautifully decorated homes, houses of worship, adaptive re-use, music and entertainment.
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Tickets, if purchased by tomorrow, are $15 and can be purchased at the following locations: Artisans Café, Hipster Home, Ellie’s Choice, Heidi Sue Variety, Charmed Spirit, Foresta's Market, The "G" Lodge, Valley Forge Pizza, Shawn Staska State Farm Insurance and Scarlet Begonias. Tickets can also be purchased on Saturday starting at 2pm at the Phoenixville Civic Center and St. John's United Church of Christ. Day of tickets are $20.

Proceeds from the 2007 tour will benefit The Phoenixville Area Children’s Learning Center, St. Mary’s Franciscan Shelter, Phoenixville Area Community Services, and the Phoenixville Area Dog Park.

For more information, please call 610-933-9181.

Source: Phoenxiville Area School District Website

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