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“We’re to convey that you can take old things and repurpose them to decorate for the holidays in a really affordable way,” Hays-Mies said.
Each of the show homes feature tablescapes and in “The Cottage” kitchen is a table setting contributed by Melissa Morinello of Niagara Falls, featuring McKenzie-Childs china and a line of Le Creuset cookware staged by the Le Creuset Store at the Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls.
“We have six houses, sixteen decorators, and 120-plus volunteers,”said Tasia Fitzpatrick, one of the coordinators of the show. “Our six houses span 100 years of time from 100-years old to a brand new house,” she said.
Tickets for the show will be available at area Wegmans stores. The tour is self-guided with complimentary trolley service from the Barton Hill Hotel to the homes. In between stops, ticket holders are invited to go to the Barton Hill Hotel for a dessert sampling reception featuring sweets from DiCamillo Bakery and the Village Bake Shoppe. They will also be treated to a complimentary Poinsettia Cocktail. Just off the lobby of the Barton Hill will be a jewelry show for holiday shopping. All proceeds benefit the Lewiston Historical Society.
For more information visit www.lewistonhometour.com.
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