One of six beautifully decorated Hopewell Borough homes featured in the upcoming Hopewell’s Home for Christmas House tour is 97 West Broad Street. The home, built in 1904, is in a spacious late Victorian and was occupied by one of Hopewell’s former mayors.Currently the residence of an architect and an elementary school teacher, it has undergone an extensive top to bottom custom renovation.
The tour will take place on Sunday, December 18, 2016, between 1-4pm, and included in the tour, at this West Broad Street home, is a Christmas train layout on the second floor of the restored barn.
Three of Hopewell’s churches – Hopewell Presbyterian, Hopewell United Methodist and Calvary Baptist – will display a fabulous collection of antique and new quilts created by some of the best quilters in the area. See the wonderful children’s queen size quilt, created by children from all five of the Borough’s churches. Complimentary refreshments.
The House Tour & Quilt Show is one of a series of events celebrated in Hopewell during 2016 to celebrate the 125th anniversary of its incorporation as a borough.
House Tour & Quilt Show proceeds will benefit Family Promise, a non-profit organization that provides temporary shelter at churches plus meals for homeless families, supported by the Hopewell Council of Churches.
Tickets are $20. A limited number of tickets will be sold. For more information, and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.hopewellboro-nj.us/hopewells-125th/. Tickets also available at Hopewell Public Library, 13 East Broad Street, Hopewell.
Remaining tickets will be sold the day of the event, December 18, at one of the three churches: Hopewell Presbyterian, 80 W. Broad St., Hopewell United Methodist, 20 Blackwell Ave., or Calvary Baptist, 3 W. Broad Street.