Tickets are on sale now for Topeka’s CASA Homes for the Holidays tour
Topekans will not likely require to appear far for their holiday getaway decorating inspiration.
CASA’s annual Houses for the Holiday seasons tour is back again this 12 months and features three households that will be dressed to the nines in holiday decor.
Tickets are now on sale for this year’s households tour which normally takes location 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 20-21.
The patron party preview event takes area 6:30-10 p.m. Nov. 19 followed by a occasion at the Topeka Region Club. Tickets for the patron get together are $100.
Tickets for the houses tour are $15 in advance and $20 at the door and can be procured at Topeka’s Hy-Vee, Porterfield’s Bouquets and Items, Pink Doorway Home Retail outlet, Blooms on Boswell and Linen Tree and Co.
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Friends can also pay a visit to casaofshawneecounty.com or call the CASA place of work at 785-215-8282 for tickets.
The a few houses on this year’s tour are owned by Tony and Judy Pleviak, Matt and Sara Vincent, and Robert and Kristen White.
The Pleviak household, 1134 S.W. Camden Lane, will be decorated by Blooms on Boswell. The Vincent home, 1501 S.W. Westover Highway, will be decorated by Porterfield’s.
Kristen White will embellish her individual dwelling located at 5731 S.W. Clarion Lakes Way. Sweet Treats Bakery will be onsite at the White home each times of the tour.
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Homes for the Holiday seasons is CASA’s signature fundraiser and in the past, the occasion has brought in $50,000 to $75,000.
Previous years have found 1,000 to 1,300 tickets bought.
In accordance to Denise Stevens, CASA of Shawnee County’s government director, the business hopes to increase at the very least $70,000 to $75,000 this 12 months.
Resources lifted for the duration of the event go towards recruiting and instruction volunteers who serve as advocates for little ones in the court docket and foster treatment devices.
“Presently, there are all over 700 Shawnee County young children in out-of-home care,” Stevens mentioned. “CASA of Shawnee County is giving advocacy companies for only about one-fourth of people youngsters.”
Stevens claimed she hopes attendees get pleasure from looking at how the designers have decorated the houses.
“And to get in the spirit of the season because this is when all the holiday stuff starts,” Stevens stated. “(Patrons) go to see what the designers have carried out and get suggestions.”
Brianna Childers is the food items and exciting reporter for the Capital-Journal. Achieve her at [email protected] Observe her on Twitter @brichilders3.