Huntington Woods' Women's League hosts 21st home tour Sunday June 2

Published On: May 10 2013 10:36:01 AM EDT
Updated On: May 10 2013 10:38:32 AM EDT
HUNTINGTON WOODS, Mich. -

The Huntington Woods Home Tour is an exciting city-wide event in its 21st year. The tour is an open house featuring six beautiful homes in Huntington Woods and will be held this year on Sunday, June 2nd, from 1pm-5pm. The tour will feature a variety of architectural styles which reflect the diversity and character of the city.
The proceeds generated from ticket sales and advertising in the program of this event go to local charities and community projects. In the 2012-2013 calendar years, we raised over $8,000 which was donated to various organizations such as Berkley Schools, Burton Community Park, Matrix and the Judson Center.
"This is a great event," said Susan Brice, Huntington Woods Women's League President. "The Home Tour has become a cherished tradition for our city. This event showcases some extraordinary homes and most importantly, this event raises money for local charities and community projects."

Ticket Sales/Map:
Advanced Ticket Sales - Tickets will be available for $15 per person at the Huntington Woods Recreation Center at 26325 Scotia, Monday through Saturday, starting May 7th.
Day of Tour - Tickets will be sold rain or shine for $20 the day of the tour from 1pm – 4pm at the Huntington Woods Library at 26415 Scotia (just north of I-696).
Home Tour Program/Map - Visitors will need to pick up a home tour program and map on Sunday, June 2nd beginning at 1:00pm at the Huntington Woods Library, 26415 Scotia in Huntington Woods.
For more information prospective visitors can visit www.hwwl.org or www.facebook.com/hwwl1


About the City:
Huntington Woods is an enclave of elegant homes close to the vibrant bustle of the Woodward corridor. Architectural gems by Kahn, Saarinen and Yamasaki grace tree-lined streets prized of their safety and peaceful vibrations. Selected by Money Magazine as one of the country's "hottest hoods" Huntington Woods homes have historically been an excellent investment and pride of ownership is very evident in upkeep and décor. For more information about the city’s history, visit www.ci.huntington-woods.mi.us

About the Huntington Wood Women’s League:
The Huntington Woods Women’s League, established in 1970, promotes civic, cultural, educational and social well-being in Huntington Woods and greater Detroit. Recent HWWL funds recipients include Berkley Schools, Burton Community Park, Matrix, Judson Center and more.

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