WARREN - The Woman's Club of Warren, celebrating its 100th anniversary, will host the Holly Home Tour on Sunday. Five historic homes of Warren will be on the tour.
The event, which runs from 12:30-4:30 p.m., will include the Queen Anne-style Champlin home, 512 Market St.; the Walker Home, 108 East St., a circa 1905 Colonial Revival; the English-style, brick Price-Walde home, 315 Liberty St.; the Megill Home, 310 W. Fifth Ave., a 1925 Tudor style home; and the Conaway home, 224 Conewango Ave., a 1924 home with Georgian architecture. All homes will be dressed in their Christmas garb.
A traditional Victorian Christmas tea will be served at the Woman's Club, 310 Market St., from 2-5 p.m. Tickets for the tea are pre-sale only.
The Woman's Club is housed in an Italianate-style home built in 1872 by Myron Waters.
It has been owned by the Woman's Club since 1922. Since that time, the Woman's Club has enlarged the clubhouse with the addition of the ballroom and has maintained the home's splendor.
The parlors, dining room and ballroom are alive with many social gatherings, performances and club meetings.
Tickets for the Holly Home Tour are pre-sale at a reduced rate, with a limited number available at the Woman's Club the day of the tour for $20. Tickets for the home tour and tea may be purchased at Allegheny Floral, Ring-Around-A-Rosy, Ekeys, Virg-Ann Florist, KC Frameworks and the Woman's Club of Warren.