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'Home for the Holidays' Tour Enchants Visitors

Tour, sponsored by Coldwell Banker, benefits The Continuo Arts Foundation.

Once again, Westfield's 'Home for the Holidays' House Tour delighted visitors who had an opportunity to tour four homes dressed up for Christmas.

The third annual event, sponsored by Coldwell Banker, benefits The Continuo Arts Foundation, a charitable organization which furthers artistic advancement by providing local, national and international performance opportunities for gifted artists, musicians and composers. 

The talents of various Continuo groups were showcased at each of the charming homes as singers, a pianist and guitarist performed traditional carols as well as popular holiday favorites.

The event program provided detailed insight into the historical attributes, updates, and renovations of the homes, the oldest of which dates back to 1883. 

Candace Wicke, DMA, president and executive director of the Continuo Arts, thanked all those who came out to support the tour, which, she noted, can often serve as a source of home decorating inspiration and infuse guests with the holiday spirit. She also expressed her gratitude to tour chairperson, Sherrie Natko, who personally greeted visitors at the 1938 Colonial on view on Watchung Fork. Wicke referred to Natko as "the driving force in organizing this tour." To the homeowners who graciously opened their residences, Wicke said the Foundation is extremely grateful. 

As an added bonus, ticketholders will receive VIP seating at The Continuo Arts Foundation's traditional holiday concert 'Christmas Time in the City' on Sunday, Dec. 15 at 7 p.m. The performance is presented free of charge as a gift to the communites who support the Foundation. The event features Continuo Arts Choruses, Chamber Orchestra, Soloists, Audience Sing-a-longs, Special Guest, Photos with Santa and more. 

For a peek at the homes on the tour, view the attached video. 

For more information about the Continuo Arts Foundation, visit its website or call 908-264-5324. 


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