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Holiday Tour of Homes

Holiday Tour of Homes

Randi and Trent Westmeyer Home

...at 1621 24th Ave NW - As you make your way to our home on Minot's NW edge expect to be filled with the spirit of Christmas. Every area of our house is transformed into a winter wonderland where you will find many sparkling Christmas trees, cheery smiling snowmen, joyful holiday scenes and heartwarming nativity sets all
coordinated with the theme or décor of the room. Many decorations have been passed down in the family or crafted by family members. New things are added to the collection each year, joining those that are cherished from early years of marriage and precious memories from various ages of our children. As you wind your way through our home may you be filled with the joy and wonder that only Christmas can bring.


Tawnya Bernsdorf and Mike Miller's Home

...can be located at 808 5th Street NW and is all dressed up for the holidays. This home is full of 'Christmas Charm' with a delightful surprise around every corner. Christmas
is a tradition in Tawnya's family that has been richly passed down from two wonderful grandmas who always went above and beyond in decking the halls, and an amazingly creative mom that made sure every single branch on the tree was wrapped perfectly in lights! There is a mix of traditional, vintage, and modern touches throughout. It truly is the most wonderful time of the year, full of magic and nostalgia that Tawnya looks forward to capturing each year, reminding you that there is no place like home for the holidays!


Ruth and Jess Starr Home

...at 3545 5th Ave SW 'Tis the Season to celebrate our Great Savior's Birth! Unique Nativity Sets. Carolers Galore.  Elegant table setting waiting for family and friends. Nostalgic 20-piece plus Thomas Kincaid Village. A collection of American Girl Dolls dressed and ready for the festivities. Oh, and let's not leave out gingerbread men
in the kitchen and stockings hanging on the fireplace waiting to be filled! Come and experience the Warmth of Christmas!


Becky and Luck Domres Home

...at 1105 Valley View Drive was purchased in 2009. It was purchased from Bud Hoffle who designed the house and lived here until we bought it. In 2013 we started a top to bottom renovation and addition as our family grew. When we started the project we wanted the house to have the same "feel" as was first intended. We were excited to move in and start our family. We have 3 wonderful kids that truly run the house as you will see from their character add-ons. We have decorated our home for
Christmas with a modern touch as well as some traditional and eclectic pieces.


Sherry and Kevin McGlaughlin Home

...at 405 Homestead Drive is a lovely newly built home in the style of a home from the south with a few adjustments due to North Dakota winters. We are originally from the South and were brought here through the military. Our home is comprised of two separate living spaces and both will be decorated with care by wonderful family members! It is decorated with no less than ten Christmas trees throughout the home and also showcases a spiral staircase and a gorgeous chandelier in the foyer. As you enjoy our "decked out for the holidays" home, I hope you will be inspired!


Artspace Suite 1 Gallery

...located at 3 S. Main St is an exciting artistic addition to our annual holiday event. The artist cooperative space is "decorated" with close to 30 local artists' works represented on their walls and shelves alongside their festive Christmas décor. There will be tasty treats offered for tour goers.


The homes maybe visited in any order. Please wear slip on shoes as a bag will be provided for them. Stop at the Taube Museum of Art at 2 North Main Street to register for two $250.00 gift certificates donated by I Keating Furniture World, as well as many more door prizes totaling $1,000! Enjoy a sip of cider, sweet treats, and view the art on display from the Festival of the Art Sale and maybe do a little Christmas shopping! Remember to buy your homemade cookies and sweet treats from the Cookie Walk at the Taube Museum, sold by the pound, all starting at 3 pm, until they are gone. The Taube Museum of Art will also feature Nancy's Fancies Jewelry "Pop Up" Showcase.
Each piece of her designer jewelry has been hand-crafted and designed by her in her home studio. A portion of her proceeds will benefit the Taube Museum
of Arts.

Anyone interested in having their home on the 2018 tour, please contact Mary Graner at 701-838-6719, to have your name added to the list. It's never too early to start planning!  Contact the Taube Museum of Art for additional information or visit our website at www.taubemuseum.org.  Museum and Gift Shop business hours: Tues. -
Fri. 10:30 am - 5:30 pm, Sat. 11:00 am - 4:00 pm or by special appointment.  Museum admission is free, although contributions are accepted to help the Taube Museum fulfill their mission of enriching lives through the visual arts. This fundraiser is brought to you by the Taube Museum of Art, a 501c3.

For further information: Nancy F. Walter, Executive Director at the Taube
Museum of Art at 838-4445


| or Call: 701-838-4445

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