Welcome to the Lewiston Tour of Homes
2013 Winners - People's Choice Award - Best in Show
Two Lockport business leaders, Julie Muscato of Julie Muscato Interior Design and John Taylor of Pallister House Florist won Best in Show – The People’s Choice Award for the 2013 Tour.
Six homes were on the tour and 21 decorators and tablescape artists were featured. Each ticket holder was invited to vote for their favorite décor and holiday theme. According to Event Coordinator, Sandy Hays Mies, “Julie and John did a phenomenal job at this lovely home on Mountain View Drive in Lewiston, owend by Bill and Barbara Vrooman. Although all designers received rave reviews, the design and holiday florals at White Gates took the grand prize for their efforts. Congratulations!
Julie Muscato Interior Design Pallister House Florist
80 Main Street, Suite H 41 East Avenue
Lockport, NY 14094 Lockport, NY 14094
www.JulieMuscatoInteriors.com Follow us on Facebook!
It's a Dickens of a Way to Spend the Holidays
The Historical Association of Lewiston is pleased to present its 10th Annual Tour of Homes on December 6th & 7th, 2014. Celebrate in style and see the latest holiday inspired decor. Each home will feature Christmas tablescapes, offering more innovative entertaining ideas.
How sweet it is!
Ticket holders of the 2014 Tour will receive an added benefit!! Each guest will be invited to the luxurious Barton Hill Hotel between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm for a dessert tasting reception featuring holiday pastries from two of our award winning bakeries: The Village Bake Shoppe and DiCamillo Bakery. Everyone will receive our signature poinsettia cocktail compliments of Supermarket Liquors and Wines and Wegmans | Niagara Falls!!
The Lewiston Christmas Walk
The Lewiston Christmas Walk will be celebrated with us!! When you have finished our home tour, we encourage you to visit our many shops and restaurants.
The Tour of Homes is the Historical Association of Lewiston’s signature fundraiser. Funds are used to preserve and promote Lewiston’s rich heritage. The Historical Association is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization and contributions are tax deductible!