Friday, December 11, 2009

19th Annual Historic Harriman Christmas Tour This Weekend


Saturday, Dec. 12, 12-6 pm
Sunday, Dec. 13, 1-6 pm

$12 Adult | $6 Children, 6-12

Tickets can be purchased at
Harriman's 'Carnegie' Library
601 Walden St. or online

Specific Event Times:

Harriman Music Club
Saturday at 12:30 - 2:30 pm
325 Walden Avenue

Senator Ken Yager's Open House
During the hours of the tour
Temperance Building

Come to the town that temperance built for the holidays.  The Cornstalk Heights Historical Community Organization will once again host Harriman's premier community event - the Historic Harriman Christmas Tour.  Held this weekend, and in its 19th year, the tour will include new additions and old favorites.  This year is also the 100 year anniversary for the Carnegie Library and The Harriman Music Club.  The tour will start at the library so be sure and spend some time in this wonderful historical building.

For the first time in the tour's history, the premier home will be the Stowers-Byrd/LaMance residence at 640 Pansy Hill Road.  Sitting high on a hill situated on 17 acres, this home has been one of Harriman's most magnificent- looking homes from the outside.  Now the public will get a chance to see it from the inside. 

One of the favorite homes from previous tours - Monte Vista, the Cassell-D'Alessandro home at 514 Cumberland St. - will feature a winter wonderland setting complete with life-size mannequins.

For more information:

Cornstalk Heights Historical Community Organization
Donna Demyanovich

Roane County Visitor's Bureau
1209 N. Kentucky Street
Kingston, TN 37863

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