DC area house tours this weekend
This kind of activity is very important. If you don't identify what's important, what's part of history and heritage, then it's easy for people to not care.
And house tours can be a good way to get ideas for your domicile.
DC has two house tours on Sunday. One is in Dupont Circle, always interesting, usually a mix of civic spaces and houses. Tickets are $40 in advance and $45 on the day of the Tour. To purchase, visit Dupont Circle Citizens Association.
The other is in DC's Crestwood neighborhood, a community marked by mid-century architecture, the neighborhood house tour is a fundraiser for an affordable housing organization.
On Saturday, in the suburbs in Reston, Virginia, they will be celebrating the community's 50th anniversary with the Reston Homes Tour, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Labels: historic preservation