Candlelight Tour

Candlelight Tour of Homes Set for December 7 in Newnan

Tour will highlight 8 homes throughout three Historic Districts

The featured home for the 25th Candlelight Tour of Homes is located at 51 Temple Avenue.


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November 1, 2012

The Piedmont Newnan Hospital Auxiliary will be sponsoring their 25th Candlelight Tour of Homes on Friday, December 7th from 4-9PM. This year’s tour will be highlighting 8 homes throughout three Historic Districts in Newnan.

College-Temple District noted for its parks, schools, churches and tree lined streets will showcase the Glover-Trezevant Home at 45 College St.; the Kookogey Home at 38 Temple Ave., the Achee Home at 42 Temple Ave.; the “Casa Bella” Bed and Breakfast at 51 Temple Ave., and the Hallman Home at 50 Jackson St.

Greenville-LaGrange District with grand homes of many prominent Newnan citizens will showcase the “Major Long House”.

Cole Town District named for the R.D. Cole Manufacturing Company whose architectural woodwork, trusses and water towers are still recognized worldwide will showcase the Frederking Home at 87 E. Broad St. and the Renno Home at 101 E. Broad St.

Area businesses including Design House, Farrago, Gillyweed, Grannie Fannie’s, Murphey’s Florist, Paper Moon Productions, Red Door Interiors, The Perfect Poppy, PSS Signs and Glass, and 34 Madison Design Studio will assist in decorating the homes.

The Major Long House at 21 LaGrange Street will be hosting refreshments. This Antebellum style home from the 1800’s has been meticulously restored and is winner of the 2004 “Georgia Trust Award”. Area businesses including “A Taste for Homemade”, Contemporary Catering, Let Them Eat Toffee, Redneck Gourmet, and Newks will be showcasing their culinary delights as well as homemade goodies from our Auxiliary.

Proceeds from this event will be directed towards a $150,000 pledge the Auxiliary has made to the hospital for the establishment of a “Healing Garden”. In the words of Henry David Thoreau… “Nature is but another name for health.” Healing Gardens located in a hospital setting have been attributed to relieving stress, speeding recovery and increasing staff retention.

Tickets for this event are currently on sale and may be purchased in downtown Newnan at Scott’s Bookstore, The Wynn House on Spring and the Visitors’ Center; in Ashley Park at Morgan Jewelers; in Sharpsburg at Collectors’ Corner and in Serenbe at Fern’s Market. Tickets also are available at the Gift Shops at Piedmont Newnan Hospital and Piedmont Fayette Hospital or by calling the Auxiliary Office at #770-400-2380.

Tickets purchased in advance are $15. Tickets purchased on the evening of the event are $20 and can be purchased at the homes on tour.





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