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Arlington Heights Historical Society's 21st Annual House Walk and Tea

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  • The Fiedler Twin Harps will provide entertainment at this year's House Walk Tea on Sunday, June 8.Fiedler Family

      The Fiedler Twin Harps will provide entertainment at this year's House Walk Tea on Sunday, June 8.Fiedler Family

 
Teri Ozawa

The Arlington Heights Historical Society presents the 21st Annual House Walk and Tea on Sunday, June 8, 2014, from 12-5pm. Spend a lovely summer afternoon visiting five architecturally significant homes in the Arlington Heights community and enjoy a delightful tea with sweets, finger sandwiches and entertainment by the Field Twin Harps.

Registration fees are $30, $25 for Society members. Tea is an additional $15. Participants may register in person at the Arlington Heights Historical Museum, 110 W. Fremont, Tuesday through Friday, from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.; at the Heritage Gallery, 112 W. Fremont, Friday through Sunday, 1:30 until 4:30 p.m. Credit card purchases can be made online by visiting www.ahmuseum.org or by calling 847.255.1225.

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Five customized and distinctive homes highlight the unique and varied architecture of Arlington Heights. These charming homes reflect the homeowners' flair for functional design and feature details that reflect each family's lifestyle. Come, spend a lovely afternoon browsing through:

An eclectic group of homes are featured on this year's House Walk. You will discover unexpected pieces and designs that result in exquisite effects in five customized and distinctive. These charming homes reflect the homeowners' flair for functional design and feature details that reflect each family's lifestyle. Come; spend a lovely afternoon browsing through:

• New construction that incorporates salvaged pieces in the décor

• 1923 bungalow recently renovated

• 1928 Sears "Barrington" with many of the original design features intact

• 1930 Colonial filled with antiques and art

• A builders own new home featuring spectacular woodwork and materials

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