37th Annual Holiday House Tour hosted by the Howard County Historical Society and sponsored by The Creig Northrop Team

11/08/13

33948d1d6458ad156f051b07cdb4f6d9 Mark your calendars now for the much anticipated, always enjoyed 37th Annual Holiday House Tour hosted by the Howard County Historical Society and sponsored by The Creig Northrop Team of Long & Foster Real Estate. This year's tour will be held on Sunday, December 15th and features five historic Howard County properties including The Shrine of Saint Anthony in Ellicott City, Folly Quarter Manor (McTavish Carrollton Hall once owned by Governor John Lee Carroll and Van Lear Black, publisher of The Baltimore Sun) located at the Shrine, Richland Farm (with the original 1781 log house), Dalton (built circa 1925 on brick and stone foundation that may date to 1770) in Columbia’s Thunder Hill neighborhood, and Salopha (circa 1742) in Sykesville. Ticket holders will travel comfortably en route to the various historic sites aboard a fleet of Eyre Buses. New this year will be onboard drinks and snacks available at a nominal cost. Click below to purchase tickets through Friday December 13th or send your payment by Nov. 26th to: HCHS Holiday House Tour, 9421 Frederick Road, Ellicott City, MD 21042. Make checks payable to the Howard County Historical Society. Tickets may also be purchased on-site the day of the event at the Howard County Library Miller Branch parking lot. https://secure3.4agoodcause.com/howard-county-historical-society/event1.aspx?eventid=25

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