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BRIDGES Domestic Violence Center PO Box 1592 Franklin, TN 37065 615-599-5777 info@bridgesdvc.org 
Saturday, December 12th & Sunday, December 13th
5:00 - 8:30 p.m.

benefiting Bridges Domestic Violence Center and historic preservation

Tickets are no longer available online. To purchase tickets, please visit the Lotz House located at 1111 Columbia Avenue in Franklin.

Visitors will get an inside look into several Franklin homes and churches and enjoy the various styles of holiday decorations that exhibit the balance between historic charm and modern allure. The tour falls on the same weekend as the Heritage Foundation’s Dickens of a Christmas event, and guests are encouraged to come for the celebration and stay for the home tours.

Homes and churches on the tour include:


St. Phillip Catholic Church – Old Sanctuary, 113 2nd Ave. South
Cumberland Presbyterian, 615 W. Main Street  
Lotz House, 1111 Columbia Avenue
Ty’s House - Hard Bargain Association, 608 Mt. Hope Street
O’More College of Design, 423 S. Margin Street
Landmark Books, 114 E. Main Street
The home of Lisa and Brian Beathard, 704 Fair Street  
The home of Kelly and Chad Dannenfelser, 315 Fourth Ave. South
The home of Ann Johnson, 1211 Carnton Lane   
The home of Lydia and Tom Miller, 1328 Carnton Lane
The home of Erika and Marcus Frazier, 1508 Holmes Circle
The home of Rebecca and John Burns, 1136 Carnton Lane 


The variety of historic and new sites on the tour will be filled with special collections and personalized décor that celebrate their own unique traditions. The Lotz House will serve holiday fare such as hot cider and Christmas cookies. Decorations in the house will be representative of the time period of the 1864 Battle of Franklin, with fresh décor of pulled cotton, harvested nuts, fresh apples, magnolia leaves and holly. The home of Ann Johnson will offer festive foods and feature her collection of antiques, salvaged barn wood floors and refurbished cedar beams. Cumberland Presbyterian will provide holiday music, period décor and a 25-foot Christmas tree. The campus of O’More College of Design will be decorated by its talented design students. The home of Rebecca and John Burns will feature handmade crochet Christmas ornaments and a Crystal angel collection. Period costumed and festive interpreters will be at many of the sites throughout the tour.


Advance tickets are $30 per person or two for $55 and include a tour of all homes and churches. Tickets at the door on December 12th and 13th are $32 per person or two for $60. Groups of 10 or more are $25 each. 
 
Please note that tickets are non-refundable! 

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