The Columbia Home Tour committee is seeking volunteers to act as “docent” at the various homes along the tour on Sunday, June 3. Docents will be assigned a station at a home during an allotted shift between the hours of 11 a.m. -5 p.m. Docents will receive a free ticket to this event. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Susie Jordan at 410-730-3888 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about The Columbia Home Tour, visit www.columbiahometour.org or join us on Facebook: “Columbia Home Tour 2012.”
The third annual Columbia Home Tour will feature five distinct homes located in the Columbia Villages of Oakland Mills, Kings Contrivance, River Hill, and Wilde Lake. Armed with a tour guide book, received with each ticket purchase, participants will embark on a self-guided tour of these homes. From 1pm-4pm, participants are invited to stop by the River Hill Community Center to enjoy a reception with refreshments and an historic display provided by Columbia Archives.
Tickets will be available at each of the ten Columbia Villages starting April 16 for $20 each. Not recommended for children under 10, including infants. Proceeds from The Columbia Home Tour will benefit “Bridges to Housing Stability.” The Columbia Home Tour is sponsored by the Villages of Columbia and Columbia Archives.