We’re two days away from the 2016 edition of the Old North House & Community Tour - and everything is coming together rather nicely. All we need is YOU. Please join us at any time between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 7, but to allow yourself enough time to see everything, we recommend getting here in the earlier part of those hours. And, to take advantage of the pre-tour pricing, we strongly encourage you to get your tickets right now (or no later than Friday afternoon).
Advance tickets, for just $15 each, can be purchased at the ONSLRG office (2700 N. 14th Street) or via our secure, online PayPal site. Click HERE or on the button to get your tickets now.
Yesterday’s post provided a few sneak preview images of what you’ll see on the tour. Here are a few more for your viewing pleasure…
For those who recall that last year’s tour involved a bit of rain, you can rest easy with the knowledge that we got our good weather order in early this year. According to the good folks at Weather.com, the day should be beautiful and clear for the entire duration of the tour.
And, as noted in earlier posts, we’re sharing the day with the ever-popular Spring Fling in the City vintage street market, with all sorts of presents for the Moms in your life, just in time for Mothers’ Day! Come on out to enjoy the activity in the street and to celebrate all things good about urban, historic neighborhoods.
So, this is your last call to get advance tickets. Click HERE for that. However, you’ll still be able to get tickets on Saturday at the day-of price of $20 (still one of the best prices in town for a neighborhood house tour).
:::::Also noted in yesterday’s post, we still have openings for volunteers. Please send a note to info@ONSL.org or click HERE to register your time preference online - and you’ll get to go on the tour for free.
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, May 7, right here in the heart of Old North!
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