"From Hill to Harbor, It's Christmas in Havre de Grace," says the Susquehanna Museum of Havre de Grace at the Lock House, sponsor of the 41st Candlelight Tour of Historic Havre de Grace.
Because of last weekend's snow, this year's tour has been rescheduled to Sunday, Dec. 15, 4 to 8 p.m., and includes eight homes, a bed and breakfast inn and museums and churches.
Tickets are $18 per person, or buy five and get the next one free.
Brigitte Peters, marketing and tourism manger for the City of Havre de Grace, said Tuesday that tickets are still on sale.
They can be purchased online though the Lock House website, http://www.thelockhousemuseum.org or in person at the Lock House, as well as the Havre de Grace Visitor Center, Bulle Rock Community Center, Concord Point Coffee, the Decoy Museum, Java by the Bay or Preston's of Bel Air, according to the Lock House website.
All stops remain the same as listed in a brochure produced through the Lock House, except for No. 9, the Perry home, No. 10, the Vandiver Inn and No. 16, the Skleres home, according to the Lock House website. Those stops are no longer on the tour.
Homes and other buildings that will be open Sunday include 958 Chesapeake Drive, Sattler Home; 817 Conesteo St., Susquehanna Museum at the Lock House; 548 Ferdinand Drive, Krause-Oleszczuk Home; 316 Giles St., Cannizzaro Home; 215 Giles St., Havre de Grace Decoy Museum; 100 Lafayette St., Maritime Museum; 825 Market St., Creghan Home; 617 Market St., Proctor-Jackson Home; 744 Monarchos Drive, Mulligan Home; 666 Ontario St., Hiner Home; 461 Quaker Bottom Run, Steppingstone Museum; 262 Revolution St., Leedom Home; 800 S. Market St., Currier House; 500-B Warren St., Arts by the Bay Gallery; 615 Congress Ave., Church of St. Patrick; 560 Fountain St., Grace Reform Episcopal Church.
A Christmas boutique at the Lock House will be open Sunday, from noon to 6 p.m.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun