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29th Annual Holiday Homes Tour

Sandpipers home tour

Sandpipers, one of the South Bay’s oldest volunteer organizations, will host its 29th Annual Holiday Homes Tour, showcasing distinctive South Bay homes this Friday through Sunday. In addition, a holiday boutique featuring local artisans and vendors, and a café will be held at the Neptunian Woman’s Club, at 920 Highland Avenue. The boutique and cafe will offer shopping and refreshments for purchase for the convenience of attendees. They are open and free to the public. 

“Holiday Homes Tour has been a wonderful South Bay Holiday tradition for over 20 years,” said Alexandra Mandas, director of the Holiday Homes Tour, “These beautifully decorated homes allow us glimpses into amazing architecture, and home design, in addition to highlighting local vendors, florists and artisans. The Cafes allow guests to sample the cuisine and treats from local stores and restaurants that have generously donated to this event.”

The Holiday Homes Tour annually attracts more than 2,000 patrons. In 2020, Holiday Homes Tour raised over $100,000 for Sandpipers philanthropic programs. 

Tickets can be purchased presale for $30 (or for $35 starting Dec. 3) on Eventbrite.com (Search for Sandpipers). Digital ticket holders will exchange their email confirmation for a paper ticket/ map at the Holiday Market, held at the Neptunian Woman’s Club, anytime during the event. No shuttle will be provided. Ridesharing is encouraged and public parking is available in Manhattan Beach. Note that this is an in-person event that will be held following all CDC protocols. 

To learn more about the tour, visit Sandpipers.org/holiday-homes-tour. ER 

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