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The annual House Tour will be Saturday December 6, 2014. Tickets will be on sale at the Historical Society beginning in November.
This year’s tour will include private residences built during all eras of Fitchburg’s past. There is exquisite woodwork and stonework in some of the homes and a variety of styles; past tours have featured tudor, colonial, Victorian, an expanded cape and a Cotswold Cottage.
Once again, we will feature a tea room where you can relax and connect with your friends. Come join us for this lovely tour of Fitchburg homes!
December 6, The Annual House Tour will be held from 11 to 4. Tickets for the House Tour are $20 and will go on sale soon. They can be purchased beginning November 4th at the Fitchburg Historical Society, Debonis and Davin Florist Shop, the Windmill Florist Shop, Mill No. 3, Elliott’s, Shacks, Slattery’s, Homestead Primitives, and the Mayor’s Office. The Fitchburg Historical Society will be open from 10 to 4 to sell tickets on the day of the event. We hope that you and your family will join us in celebrating the Holidays with this beloved Fitchburg tradition.]]>
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August 2013 Edition of the Fitchburg Historical Society Newsletter]]>