FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
GOLDEN, CO, October 30, 2015 – Golden Landmarks Association (GLA) is proud to announce the 2015 Golden Holiday House Tour taking place on Sunday, December 6. The Twelfth Street Historic District will be featured in this year’s Golden Holiday House Tour.
Each year Golden Landmarks Association (www.goldenlandmarks.com) selects historic homes and buildings of interest within the Golden community to be showcased.
“This year we are excited to showcase favorite historic homes in Golden along with properties not previously on a holiday house tour,” said Bill Litz, GLA President.
Hear tales of the Twelfth Street Historic District as passed down through the years as you tour each home or property. Participants in this self-paced tour will have a choice of where to begin the tour – at the new Marv Kay Stadium or the historic Donelson Architecture building.
Tickets may be purchased in-advance for $22 or for $25 the day of the tour at the either tour start location. Tickets may also be purchased from the Foothills Art Center (www.foothillsartcenter.org), the Golden Chamber of Commerce (www.goldencochamber.org) or directly from Golden Landmarks Association.
For more information about Golden Landmarks Association or to purchase your tickets to the 2015 Golden Holiday House Tour, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.279.1236.
About Golden Landmarks Association
As the second oldest non-profit historic preservation organization in Colorado, and a qualified 501c3 non-profit, GLA is dedicated to preserving Golden’s history and historic places and educating residents and visitors alike about the Golden area. Our efforts in preserving the rich history of Golden have helped achieve the restoration and preservation of projects including The Astor House Museum, the Ronzio Photographic Collection, the Clear Creek History Park, the Interior of the GoosetownTavern, and our current projects the Brickyard House and the Pete Morrison Collection.