Usher in the Holiday Season with the Friends of Symphony NH's Holiday House Tour
For Immediate Release
Contact: Audrey Alessi
Usher in the Holiday Season with the Friends of Symphony NH’s Holiday House Tour
The Friends of Symphony NH present the annual Holiday House Tour from noon to 4 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 2 and Sunday, December 3. Tour-goers have the opportunity to view private homes beautifully decorated with style and holiday spirit.
This year, several Nashua and Hollis professionally decorated homes will be open for public tours, including the historic Abbot-Spalding House. The Abbot-Spalding House, built during the Victorian Era, was the home to many prominent Nashua citizens and was a common meeting ground for the famous and influential of New Hampshire. The home features outstanding architecture of the Federal Style and the furnishings include fine pieces collected by the Spalding family, including glass and china.
Be sure to stop by Fulchino Vineyard for a sampling of fine local wine. Enjoy live music at various locations by local musicians and students from Sinfonietta Strings and the Nashua Community Music School. In addition, enjoy a display of blooming orchids from members of the New Hampshire Orchid Society. There is no place like home for the holidays, so join the Friends of Symphony NH’s as you jump into the holiday season. All proceeds benefit Symphony NH Community Programs.
Tickets are $17 in advance, $20 at the door. Tickets/information: symphonynh.org or call (603) 595-9156.
Advance tickets are also available at Collins Flowers, 9 Main St; Fortin Gage, 86 W. Pearl St; Symphony NH office, 6 Church St; Scontsas Jewelry & Home Décor, 169 Main St; Glorious Possibilities, 257 Main St; Frederick's Pastries,109 Route 101A, Amherst; Flower Outlet, 165 Amherst St; Anne's Florals, 142 Lowell Rd, Hudson; Fulchino Vineyard, 187 Pine Hill Rd, Hollis; Barn in Bloom, 436 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack.
Tickets on event days will be available at 9 Gilson Road during tour hours only.
Images from the 2016 tour can be found here: