Monday, September 20, 2010

Dunwoody Woman’s Club 2010 Tour of Homes - October 6, 2010

Dunwoody Woman’s Club Tour, October 6, 2010
Mark your Calendars

The Dunwoody Woman’s Club has chosen four exquisitely designed and decorated idea-filled homes for its 38th Annual Home Tour, scheduled for October 6, 2010.

An estate home in a new gated community, a recently renovated European contemporary with views of the Chattahoochee, a half-timbered and gabled manor house in the English country style and an eclectic classic with meticulously displayed collectibles will be open on tour day from 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m.
The tour will include a Design Seminar at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. presented by Dunwoody interior design firm INSIDESIGN.

Tickets will be available starting in mid-August from this website as well from members of Dunwoody Woman’s Club, the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce and at participating merchants:
Ticket donation is $25 prior to the Tour and $30 on Tour day

All ticket proceeds are returned to the community through the club’s initiatives in Arts, Conservation, Education, Home Life, and International and Public Affairs.


Big, late-breaking news about the Dunwoody Home Tour, scheduled for October 6.  Cooking instructor and television personality Ginny McCormack will autograph her new book "Sunday in the South" at the Dyer home on the day of the tour. The author will donate 10% of the book's sale price to the Alzheimer's Association.

Tickets for the Home Tour are $25 in advance or $30 on tour day and provide entrance to the four homes on the tour as well as a design seminar presented by the Dunwoody firm Insidesign. Tickets are available from any member of Dunwoody Woman's Club or at Artichoke Designs, The Copper Pig, David Long Interiors, Harry Norman's Ashford-Dunwoody Road office, Insidesign, Pendleton, The Scarlet Tassel, Southern Comforts Consignments or at  All ticket proceeds are returned to the community through initiatives of the Dunwoody Womans Club, a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization.

1 comment:

Joe Seconder said...

To Dunwoody Tour of Homes: Just curious: How many are within Dunwoody city limits?