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Saturday, December 8 2012 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park is conducting a beautiful tour of seven homes and historic sites on Saturday, December 8th from 11:00 – 4:00. Drive yourself or enjoy traveling to each of the stops on a free shuttle bus. Sonnenberg Mansion will also be open to the public on the day of the tour. At 2:00 PM carolers from Canandaigua Middle School will perform in the Mansion, and cookies and punch will be served throughout the day.
 Tour stops include:
1st Congregational Church – North Main St., Canandaigua. Celebrating its 200th anniversary. Tour includes the balcony, both chapels, all social and office areas and a special look at the original foundations under the original church.
2630 East St. – home of Richard and Laurie Riedman – once owned by Frederick and Mary Clark Thompson. They lived here while the present Sonnenberg Mansion was being built between 1885 and 1887. The house is set back in the woods across from the rock garden at Sonnenberg.
 324 Gibson St. – owner Kathleen Hendrix – a 14 room beautifully decorated home that sits next to the exit driveway of Sonnenberg.
 128 Park Place – owners Dick Manley and Kay Howard - 1845 Federal Style home with 12 rooms including a pottery studio, 2 dining rooms and 5 bedrooms. When you walk in, you feel like you’ve walked into the past.
 110 Park St. – owners Brad & Martha Bjorklund. A beautiful 1938 Colonial Revival home. Originally owned by a Mr. Sutherland, a trustee for the 1st Congregational Church and later by Malcolm Campbell, a well-known Canandaigua jeweler.
 79 Gibson St. – owners Dr. Peter & Nancy deLancey Galvani – an 1830 Federal Style home. The land was sold by Nathan Barlow to Henry B. Gibson in 1828 for $500. Presently Nancy is an interior designer and her eclectic style of decorating makes this home a real treat to visit.
 39 Dungan St. – home of Steve & Judy Flamini - built in 1887 by local builder Roda Hogan for his own family this Hogan home has 11 rooms on 3 floors. You will be treated to beautiful windows including 2 dormer ones on the 3rd floor and many special architectural features throughout the home.
 Tickets (tour guide booklets) may be purchased at Sonnenberg’s Gardener’s Cottage, most Canandaigua National Banks, Sweet Expressions, Renaissance Goodie II, and The Furniture Doctor. Tickets may also be purchased online at www.sonnenberg.org. Ticket price is $22 or $25 day of tour. To order tickets or for more information, please call 585-394-4922.

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