TICKET PURCHASE OPTIONS
Tickets available as of September 20, 2017
$25 each – Tickets are valid for one visit per home, any time over the weekend hours.
Tickets are not needed for the non-home destinations.
By Mail or Online
By mail: Grand Bend Area Holiday Home Tour
Address: Holiday Home Tour, c/o Baillie’s,
22 – 81 Crescent St., Grand Bend N0M 1T0
Phone: 519-238-1472 Email: GBHHomeTour@gmail.com
Online: grandbendholidayhometour.ca $4 service fee per order applies
The cutoff date for mailing tickets ordered online is November 1, 2017.
e-transfer payments can be made to: GBHHomeTour@gmail.com
Security question: What tour is this?
Security response: holiday
2017 Holiday Home Tour TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:
(as of September 20, 2017)
Baillie’s Picture Framing
The Garden Gate Gifts & Florals
Grand Bend Welcome Centre
Pine Dale Motor Inn
Lakewood Garden Centre
Ailsa Craig Home Hardware
Mitchell’s Home Hardware Building Centre
Willow Valley Furnishings
Tickets Also Available By Phone From:
The Jingle Bells Group
Our Lady of Mount Carmel School
Huron Shores United Church
West Coast Lions
Thank You to Our 2017 Sponsors
The Jingle Bells Group is created of folks from Grand Bend & Area Chamber of Commerce and area businesses and charitable groups. Our mission is to illuminate the town with lights, vignettes and greenery. Funds from the tour will help provide pole lighting on main thoroughfares. Join us for Light Up Grand Bend – Optimist Park 6pm, Friday, Nov. 17, 2017.
Our Lady of Mount Carmel School will use funds raised funds for current and future projects, including technology improvements provided by the helping hands of these monies.
The West Coast Lions Club is delighted to be involved for another year with the Grand Bend Area Holiday Home Tour. Funds raised will go toward providing voluntary service for community involvement, charitable projects and international co-operation. Where there is need, there is a Lion!
Huron Shores United Church in Grand Bend is continuing the renovation and addition to its historic 1927 site. A beautiful new roof, an impressive steeple and a bell, transported from Scotland, add to its charm. Summer services are held outdoors. All are welcome.