Tickets are on sale for the annual Monroe Vacation Home Tour

The Monroe Historical Society and the Save Our Stepney Task Force are relaunching the annual Vacation Home Tour, to be held on Saturday, December 10.

Six historic holiday-decorated homes will open as well as two historic churches, St. Peter’s on the Green and Stepney Baptist. The Stepney section of the town includes a beautifully restored salt pan saved from demolition and an 1867 farmhouse.

A stop at the historic Stepney Baptist Church includes a beautifully decorated sanctuary and the chance to enjoy a complimentary drink and rest stop.

Traveling to the Monroe Center section of town, four homes are shown: a 1760 Saltbox filled with antiques, an 1820 Georgian landmark built from local bricks, an 1810 Saltbox built on an earlier farmhouse foundation, and a Greek revival of 1783 commonly referred to as the old The Boston School.

Finish with a stop at Saint-Pierre with free drinks and a Christmas bazaar in the basement of the church. The hours are from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Tickets are $30 per person ($25 for ages 65 and older) and are available for purchase at the Edith Wheeler Memorial Library, City Clerk’s Office, Monroe Senior Center, and Turning the Page Bookstore on Route 25 in Clock Tower Square.

For more information, call Karen Cardi, 203-261-1383, or Kathie Loehr, 203-261-7892.

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