Yuletide Home Tour

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December 10, 2022

1:00 pm

Venue

Georgetown County Public Library


405 Cleland Street Georgetown, SC 29440

It will soon be time to get into the holiday spirit! And there’s no better way to celebrate that spirit than by joining the Friends of the Georgetown Library for a tour of beautiful Georgetown homes during our twentieth annual YULETIDE HOME TOUR. This year’s event is planned for Saturday, December 10th, from 1 – 5 pm. Eleven beautiful residences in and around Georgetown’s Historic District will be decorated in holiday finery and opened for visiting. In addition, two venerable houses of worship will open their doors to tour participants: Duncan United Methodist Church and Temple Beth Elohim. 

It’s an entertaining day for a good cause: all proceeds go to support the children and youth reading programs at the Library.

Also returning this year is SANTA’S SHOPPE at the Georgetown Library, where ten craftspeople will display unique wares. Santa’s Shoppe will be open from 10 am – 3 pm on the day of the Tour. It is a great place to find truly unique Christmas gifts, or perhaps something for yourself. 

AND for this year, as a celebration of our 20th tour, we are adding a new component to the Tour: a pre-Tour event on Saturday morning into early afternoon–MERRIE MUSEUMS! We have partnered with four of Georgetown’s finest museums to allow you a sample of what each provides. Your ticket will give you special access from 11 am to 2 pm at the Georgetown County Museum, the Gullah Museum, the Kaminski House Museum, and the South Carolina Maritime Museum.

Tickets for the Tour are still $25 per person/$20 for members of Friends groups of any of the County libraries. And that price includes the YULETIDE HOME TOUR, SANTA’S SHOPPE, and MERRIE MUSEUMS!!!

Tickets may be pre-purchased at any of the County Library branches: the Georgetown Library, 405 Cleland Street; the Andrews Library, 105 N Morgan Street; the Carvers Bay Library, 13048 Choppee Road; the Southern Georgetown Library, 4187 Powell Road; and the Waccamaw Library, 41 St. Paul Place. And then tickets and tour information are to be picked up on December 10th any time after 10 am at the Georgetown Library.

If you have any questions, please email Bob Willey at rwilley1019@gmail.com.