10/3: Harvest Home Tour and Fundraiser

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Chippewa Falls and Cadott (HARVEST TOUR)- A local church is hosting a unique fundraiser where you can tour homes that have been freshly decorated for fall.

The holiday home tour consists of three houses in the Chippewa Falls and Cadott area that are open for viewing. They have been decorated for fall. There is also a tea at the church, as well as a bake and craft sale and themed basket raffle. The tickets are $5 a piece, and they can be purchased at any of the houses and the church. Maps are also available.

Everyone will have the opportunity to view three unique houses. Brickyard B&B in Chippewa Falls, a century old home that has been renovated and restored and is currently operating as a bed and breakfast as well as a private home, a one story ranch set in the country using many reclaimed products, and a new construction set in a pine forest perfect for a first house or retirement home. Since one of the homes is accessed through the Cadott location of Down to Earth, they will also have their gift shop open for those interested at looking at fall decorations.

The church will be decorated for fall, and everyone is invited to have refreshments and baked goodies. They will be having a bake sale with cookies, pies, breads, and some craft items for sale. And there will be many themed baskets in the raffle.

This is their only fund raiser for the year, and they use the funds for supporting a variety of community events and educational events: serving at the community table in Chippewa Falls, thanksgiving meals, camperships for young folks that want to go to camp, and supporting other service groups in Chippewa Falls.

Clarissa Tedrowe

Clarissa Tedrowe

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