The CVHS is preparing for their annual
Christmas House Tour which will be held on December 15th. The tour
runs from 1:00 to 4:00. At the Conyngham Borough Building, a huge array of holiday goodies and beverages
will be offered for you to enjoy with your friends from 1:00 to 5:
David and Sandi, Crabtree Gardens, present their lovely, English accented Bed and Breakfast Cottage along
with their trendy Carriage House Artist’s Studio. Every nook and
corner is decorated with greens and
things grown in their ‘Magical Gardens’. In the Carriage House you’ll find a ‘Christmas Train’, carrying
working elves, chugging ‘ round the Christmas tree.
The children of the Conyngham Methodist Church have created a replica ‘mini’ church. They spent many
hours working tirelessly (with a
little help from the grownups) to make their “Mini Methodist Church”, something that you don’t want to miss.
The beautiful Bellizia house in Brookhill
is decorated with the charm of Christmases long ago. Mary Ann and
Tom transform their fireplace into a
masterpiece by adding their unique touch of old world charm. Stay a little while and reminisce of your childhood.
The home of Jeff and Nancy Lotz features
a blizzard of red, white and
silver decorations. This color scheme permeates from the little red Radio Flyer wagon to the angel at the top
of the tree. Feel the celebration of love and lights as you stroll around the
Wait till you see what Kathleen and
staff have done to their building that was once the PNC bank. The gift shop turns into a winter wonderland
with Kathleen’s unusual touches. And “yes”, Virginia Jane, the
valley’s public relations dog, will be on hand to greet visitors and help with
crowd control. The Bernstein home is decked out with
many beloved collections that Betty Ann and Dick have acquired along their travels. They proudly display
their collection of Nativities from around the world. Santa will be
exhausted after filling the 22 stockings they hung with care.
Tickets for this event can be purchased from any exhibiter, Gould’s
Shur Save, Fellin’s Jewelers, Kathleen’s Collectibles, Diane’s Salon
and the Conyngham Borough building. Cost is $10 in advance and $
12 the day of the tour. Hope to see you there.