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Folsom home tour tickets for sale

Tickets are on sale now for the 2013 Historic Folsom Holiday Home Tour features nine charming historic sites decorated for the holidays, a lovely art and hand-crafted holiday gift boutique, musical entertainment and an opportunity to enjoy the season as you step back in time.

Set for Friday, Dec. 13, and Saturday, Dec. 14, home tour tickets are $20.

Those interested in this unique yearly event are reminded that only a limited number of tickets will be sold and last year the event sold out before the event opened.

Folsom’s historic district dates to the 1850s and has numerous historic homes with great attraction and character as well as other public buildings that also evoke memories of holidays long gone by.  This year’s tour offers views of historic sites dating from 1855 to 1925 and others built honoring Folsom’s historical architecture.

No cameras are allowed in private residences, including cell phone photography.

Tickets are available by calling the Folsom History Museum at (916) 985-2707 or at Green Acres Nursery locations, the Folsom Chamber of Commerce, Not Too Shabby and Raley’s on Blue Ravine Road.

The event benefits the Folsom Historical Society and the Murer House Foundation for their efforts to preserve Folsom’s history.

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