Saturday, June 24, 2017
Tickets $30 including box lunch
The third annual Floyd House and Garden Tour will feature five county homes that are the most diverse in size, age and history than on previous tours presented by the Floyd Center for the Arts.
The first two tours were successful fund raisers for the Arts Center (previously Jacksonville Center for the Arts). “We expect this year’s tour will attract crowds equal to or greater than the last two years,” said Linda Fallon, the art center’s board president.
The sites include an historically interesting, white-columned 1849 house in downtown Floyd; the art and crafts-filled home of a nationally known sculptor and painter, and a one-story house with beautifully-designed details whose owners are Colorado transplants looking for a smaller house and a gorgeous mountain-valley view.
A rustic farmhouse has kept much of its original charm with layers of peeling wallpaper, a sliding barn door on one wall, combined with paintings, antiques and country accessories. The newest house on the tour is a two-story Victorian with multiple windows, an unusual floor plan and an interior filled with period antiques and Victorian design elements.
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The tour is underwritten by Union Bank and will be held, rain or shine, from 9 am to 5 pm Saturday, June 24. Tickets are $30 each and include a gourmet box lunch from a local caterer. For more information, please call the Center for the Arts at (540)745-2784, email email@example.com or visit www.floydartcenter.org
Brochures for the tour will be available at The Floyd Center for the Arts mid-May.
Sponsored by Union Bank and Trust