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Candlelight Holiday Tour Being Held Tomorrow

Looking for something to do tomorrow before heading up to watch the Firebird Festival? The Phoenixville Candlelight Holiday Tour will be held from 3-7pm and features "beautifully decorated homes, houses of worship, and adaptive re-use. There will be several homes in the Main Street, Church Street and Gay Streets area near downtown for those who wish to make this part of the tour a walking tour. There are also homes featured in Schuylkill Township, which will require some driving. Of special interest will be a Celtic harpist featured at one of the homes, original art work done by another home owner, model trains, holiday collectibles, and decorations from Country Charm Furnishings which can be purchased that evening."

Tickets can be purchased today for $20 at the following locations: Heidi Sue Variety (230 Bridge St); Valley Forge Pizza (1130 Valley Forge Rd); Forestas Market (1098 West Bridge St); Ellie's Choice (211 Bridge St). They will also be on sale tomorrow at St. Peter's Episcopal Church (121 Church Street) for $25.

Proceeds from this year's tour will benefit children and the arts: The Firebird Children’s Theatre and the Phoenix Village Art Center Youth Scholarship programs.

For more information, visit the Phoenixville Chamber of Commerce.

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