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Holiday Home Tour presented by McEnery Residential
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The PRC’s 45th annual Holiday Home Tour, presented by McEnery Residential, will be a virtual experience this year! Tour six stunning private New Orleans homes through a series of festive holiday video programs.
Join the PRC’s Danielle Del Sol and Susan Langenhennig as they step inside these exquisite houses filled with amazing art collections, historic architectural details and masterful interior design. With the homeowners as our guides, these exclusive video tours will showcase the incredible diversity of New Orleans historic neighborhoods and architecture, with fascinating details about the history of each house and the community around it.
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Homes on Tour
MARY MATALIN & JAMES CARVILLE – Raised Colonial Revival Residence Uptown
DEBRA SHRIVER – Greek Revival Townhouse in the French Quarter
PENNY & TODD FRANCIS – Colonial Revival Residence Uptown
ALEXA PULITZER & SETH LEVINE – Eastlake Center Hall in Faubourg St. John
BRYAN BATT & TOM CIANFICHI – Raised West Indies Cottage Uptown
PRES KABACOFF & SALLIE ANN GLASSMAN – Environmentally Sensitive Bywater Villa (bonus!)
Video tour filmed and produced by Calm Dog Productions
Video tour series will launch
DECEMBER 12 & 13, 2020
PRC members will receive a coupon code via email for a discount price!
Thank you to our sponsors!
Patron Party Sponsor
Gordon and Kathryn McLeod
Raised Cottage Sponsor
Victorian Shotgun Sponsors
For more information or questions, contact Whiton Paine, Deputy Director of Development • email@example.com • 504.636.3057
The virtual Holiday Home Tour and Patron Party are crucial fundraisers for the nonprofit Preservation Resource Center, whose in-person events have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding from these events will help PRC continue its work protecting New Orleans’ historic architecture, neighborhoods and cultural identity through vital programs, such as the PRC’s Revival Grants, which help low-income homeowners make critical repairs to their houses. The PRC’s advocacy efforts and education classes would not be possible without this funding. Thank you for your support!