CRANFORD, NJ --Cranford’s Annual Home for the Holidays House Tour is back. The self-directed tour features five beautiful homes lovingly decorated for the holidays, on Sunday, December 4 - from 12 to 4 pm. Attendees will be guided through each home, where volunteers share information on the special details of each one.
“The club is excited to bring the House Tour back as an important fundraiser for scholarships and for Project Home. The Tour is a fun way for residents to share their beautiful homes. We greatly appreciate our homeowners because they are supporting our efforts to give back to Cranford,” said Kendall O'Brien, President of the Cranford Women’s Club.
Tickets are available via Eventbrite
or can be purchased directly at the library, Augusta Mae, Hickory & Hill or Periwinkles for $30.
The Cranford Woman’s Club:
The Cranford Woman’s Club, founded in 1949, is a “volunteer organization richly rooted in the tradition of giving back to the community and its residents. While our common goal is enhancing the quality of life in our community, one of the many benefits is the lifelong friendships we make along the way.” Last year the club donated over $20,000 in cash and goods to the community, including five scholarships to graduating Cranford Seniors. The Holiday House Tour, which hasn’t been run since 2019, is the club’s largest fundraising effort.
The Cranford Women’s Club runs several major events each year including Witches Night Out, Sip N Shop and Breakfast with the Bunny. The Club’s Philanthropic focus is on Cranford, with major beneficiaries being Project Home, Cranford Family Care, Cranford First Aid Squad and FLAG. The club meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the VFW on South Avenue at 7:30 p.m. Anyone is welcome to attend.