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Last Chance 
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Luncheon Ticket Sales End Wednesday, 5 p.m.
29th Annual 
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Advance Ticket Price Available Through Friday
Tickets Available Day of Tour For $25

Tickets Available at Downtown Ace Hardware, The Cupboard, Perennial Gardener/Sense of Place, Fort Collins Nursery, Clay's Ace Hardware 
Historic Homes Tour
& Silent Auction
Saturday, September 14th
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Cost per person:

 $20 in advance/$25 day of tour


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Saturday, September 14th
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Cost per person: $25  

Ticket purchase deadline:

Wednesday, September 11th


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Metcalfe House 
highlights three centuries of architecture in Fort Collins. From 
Gothic to Craftsman to Mid-Century Modern and beyond, homes and public buildings on Tour this year represent styles from the 1800s to the 2000s. Although period exteriors of the homes are retained or slightly modified, the interior decorating skills and creativity of the present owners will remind Tour goers that vintage homes can be comfortable, contemporary settings for active family living.


Added attractions for the Tour this year will be a Silent Auction held at the Schaap House at 722 West Mountain Avenue and a display of exquisite vintage clothing at the Avery House representing three generations of the Hollowell family of Fort Collins. 


Timeless Treasure Historic Homes Tour  tickets purchased online may be picked up on Tour Day, Sept. 14th, at the Avery House at 328 West Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521 beginning at 10 a.m.  Please bring your PayPal receipt to exchange for your ticket.  Tickets also available the day of the tour for $25 at each of the homes.

Hunter House
LANDMARK    LUNCHEON  could be brunch, garden party, or lunch, depending on tour goers' preferences, but everyone will want to linger at the "Hunter House" to fully absorb its magnificent surroundings. Home owners Chuck and Tami Tallent will welcome Luncheon ticket holders while they enjoy the renovation completed by previous owners, Andrew and Christine Bertrand. The English Revival Cottage style home at 1315 Remington St. was built in 1930 and received Local Landmark status in 1994. Nearby neighbors include the popular Colorado State University Performing Arts Center and the university's Annual Flower Trial Garden.
Advance ticket purchase only. Ticket purchase deadline Wednesday, September 11th.  A limited number of tickets will be sold for this event so purchase your tickets now!   



Landmark Luncheon tickets purchased online may be picked up at 1315 Remington Street on Tour Day, Sept. 14th, beginning at 10 a.m. Please bring your PayPal receipt to exchange for your ticket.


Thank You To Our Tour Sponsors
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Downtown Ace Hardware
Fort Collins Museum of Discovery
Janell Prussman - ReMax Alliance
Wattle & Daub Contractors
Nagle Warren Mansion
Bank of Colorado
Clay's Ace Hardware
Downtown Business Association
Kitchen & Bath Design Center
Mawson Lumber
Perennial Gardener/Sense of Place
The Light Center
Sears Trostel
St. Peter's Fly Shop
Stewart Title
Wells Fargo 
Aggie Liquor
Black's Glass
Darvier Jewelry Design
Dellenbach Motors
Fort Collins Landscaping
Fort Collins Nursery
Fort Collins Tree Care
Markley Motors
Ranchway Feed
Schaefer & Kaines Dentistry
Chocolate Rose Cafe

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