It’s Home Tour Time

Home Tour LogoJourney through Tucson’s architectural evolution when downtown denizens open their doors for the Armory Park Historic District Tour. This self-guided stroll offers a glimpse at styles ranging from California bungalow and dainty Victorian to clever, contemporary, adaptations of vintage commercial buildings. (more below) Continue reading “It’s Home Tour Time”

ARMORY PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT TOUR 2015!

When: Noon-5 p.m., Saturday, November 14, 2015

Starts At: St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 545 S 5th Ave.

Benefits: Armory Park’s own Neighbors Feeding Neighbors Program
Cost: $20.

You can buy tickets at St. Andrew’s on tour day.  Or to pay in advance, click on the following link and designate “Home Tour” for your donation. Print your receipt and bring it to the home tour. That will serve as your ticket: https://www.networkforgood.org/donation/ExpressDonation.aspx?ORGID2=237455932

For information call 520/730-7919, or email armoryparkstudio@cox.net

 

Now that we have that out of the way, a bit about our neighborhood…

Journey through Tucson’s architectural evolution on Saturday, November 14, when downtown denizens open their doors for the Armory Park Historic District Tour. This self-guided stroll offers a glimpse at styles ranging from California bungalow and dainty Victorian to clever, contemporary, adaptations of vintage commercial buildings. Continue reading “ARMORY PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT TOUR 2015!”

APNA Home Tour Postponed Until Spring 2012

The Armory Park Home Tour, originally scheduled for Sunday, October 23 has been postponed until spring 2012. If you’re interested in serving on the Home Tour committee, or are willing to have your home on the tour, please send an email to info [at] armoryparktucson.org .

The proceeds of fall home tour were to benefit the Neighbors Feeding Neighbors program.  You can donate to the program through the APNA Network for Good page;  make sure to put “Neighbors Feeding Neighbors” in the designation field.

Many thanks to Chris Stebe and home tour volunteers who have been working on the tour this fall.