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Four Frankenmuth Homes and a Church will be Dressed Up for Christmas!

The Frankenmuth Women's Club has selected 5 Frankenmuth area homes and a church
for the 2018 Holiday Home Tour on Saturday, December 1. The homes and church will
be decorated for the holiday season.
Various architectural styles are featured. The first home was originally an old school
from the early 20
th
century. Next is the birth place of one of Frankenmuth's most
prominent citizens. Another early 20
th
century Craftsman style home has interesting
plaster walls. A late 19
th
century farmhouse will reveal life as it was with some of its
original furnishings. Finally you'll visit a 21
st
century modern country home to complete
the tour.
Included in the price of your $20.00 ticket/booklet will be a light lunch served at St.
John's Lutheran Church, 1200 E. Genesee, featuring choices of two soups and three
different tasty sliders. Christmas cookies and beverages will complete the meal.
Home tour tickets will be available after November 1, 2018 at five locations:
Frankenmuth Chamber of Commerce, Wickson Memorial District Library, Fenton Home
Furnishings, Frankenmuth Historical Museum and Frankenmuth Florist. Tickets can be
mailed for convenience to persons out-of-town by calling 989.652.9807 or 989.652.8189.
The Frankenmuth Women's Club has selected 5 Frankenmuth area homes and a church
for the 2018 Holiday Home Tour on Saturday, December 1. The homes and church will
be decorated for the holiday season.
Various architectural styles are featured. The first home was originally an old school
from the early 20
th
century. Next is the birth place of one of Frankenmuth's most
prominent citizens. Another early 20
th
century Craftsman style home has interesting
plaster walls. A late 19
th
century farmhouse will reveal life as it was with some of its
original furnishings. Finally you'll visit a 21
st
century modern country home to complete
the tour.
Included in the price of your $20.00 ticket/booklet will be a light lunch served at St.
John's Lutheran Church, 1200 E. Genesee, featuring choices of two soups and three
different tasty sliders. Christmas cookies and beverages will complete the meal.
Home tour tickets will be available after November 1, 2018 at five locations:
Frankenmuth Chamber of Commerce, Wickson Memorial District Library, Fenton Home
Furnishings, Frankenmuth Historical Museum and Frankenmuth Florist. Tickets can be
mailed for convenience to persons out-of-town by calling 989.652.9807 or 989.652.8189.
The Frankenmuth Women's Club has selected 5 Frankenmuth area homes and a church
for the 2018 Holiday Home Tour on Saturday, December 1. The homes and church will
be decorated for the holiday season.
Various architectural styles are featured. The first home was originally an old school
from the early 20
th
century. Next is the birth place of one of Frankenmuth's most
prominent citizens. Another early 20
th
century Craftsman style home has interesting
plaster walls. A late 19
th
century farmhouse will reveal life as it was with some of its
original furnishings. Finally you'll visit a 21
st
century modern country home to complete
the tour.
Included in the price of your $20.00 ticket/booklet will be a light lunch served at St.
John's Lutheran Church, 1200 E. Genesee, featuring choices of two soups and three
different tasty sliders. Christmas cookies and beverages will complete the meal.
Home tour tickets will be available after November 1, 2018 at five locations:
Frankenmuth Chamber of Commerce, Wickson Memorial District Library, Fenton Home
Furnishings, Frankenmuth Historical Museum and Frankenmuth Florist. Tickets can be
mailed for convenience to persons out-of-town by calling 989.652.9807 or 989.652.8189.
The Frankenmuth Women's Club has selected 5 Frankenmuth area homes and a church
for the 2018 Holiday Home Tour on Saturday, December 1. The homes and church will
be decorated for the holiday season.
Various architectural styles are featured. The first home was originally an old school
from the early 20
th
century. Next is the birth place of one of Frankenmuth's most
prominent citizens. Another early 20
th
century Craftsman style home has interesting
plaster walls. A late 19
th
century farmhouse will reveal life as it was with some of its
original furnishings. Finally you'll visit a 21
st
century modern country home to complete
the tour.
Included in the price of your $20.00 ticket/booklet will be a light lunch served at St.
John's Lutheran Church, 1200 E. Genesee, featuring choices of two soups and three
different tasty sliders. Christmas cookies and beverages will complete the meal.
Home tour tickets will be available after November 1, 2018 at five locations:
Frankenmuth Chamber of Commerce, Wickson Memorial District Library, Fenton Home
Furnishings, Frankenmuth Historical Museum and Frankenmuth Florist. Tickets can be
mailed for convenience to persons out-of-town by calling 989.652.9807 or 989.652.8189.

The Frankenmuth Women's Club has selected 5 Frankenmuth area homes and a church for the 2018 Holiday Home Tour on Saturday, December 1. The homes and church will be decorated for the holiday season.

Various architectural styles are featured. The first home was originally an old school from the early 20th century. Next is the birth place of one of Frankenmuth's most prominent citizens. Another early 20th century Craftsman style home has interesting plaster walls.  A late 19th century farmhouse will reveal life as it was with some of its original furnishings. Finally you'll visit a 21st century modern country home to complete the tour.

Included in the price of your $20.00 ticket/booklet will be a light lunch served at St. John's Lutheran Church, 1200 E. Genesee, featuring choices of two soups and three different tasty sliders.  Christmas cookies and beverages will complete the meal.

Home tour tickets will be available after November 1, 2018 at five locations: Frankenmuth Chamber of Commerce, Wickson Memorial District Library, Fenton Home Furnishings, Frankenmuth Historical Museum and Frankenmuth Florist. Tickets can be mailed for convenience to persons out-of-town by calling 989.652.9807 or 989.652.8189.


House 1 John & Andrea McLaughlin, 140 W Jefferson

School/House. At the turn of the 20th century, a school was built on Jefferson Street for children living south of the Cass River. When the schools were consolidated, the building was sold. John and Andrea McLaughlin saw potential in the one story building with tall ceilings and an open space. They created two floors with a central staircase and transformed the building, with current colors and modern furnishings, into a beautiful, inviting, comfortable home for their family.

House 2 Frank & Yvonne Frysh, 290 S Haas St

The birth place of the originator of Bronner's Christmas Wonderland is the claim to fame in this house. For years after Frank and Yvonne Frysh purchased the home, Wally Bronner would drop in and share stories about his childhood home and he was thrilled with the updates and decorating style of the Frysh family. This two story brick home is formal in style but comfortable for daily living.

House 3 Larry & Tracy Ehrlinger, 120 Parker St

This 1920's style Craftsman home features original wood floors and unique plaster on the walls and ceilings, yet a new kitchen fits right in with the Craftsman style. Larry and Tracy Ehrlinger chose a high contrast color combination for the exterior of their home to update the look to modern times. They have wisely used all the space in their home to create a spacious, welcoming atmosphere for their family and friends.

House 4 Yvonne Kischnick, 5426 Richville Rd

This late 1800's farmhouse is original to the Kischnick family and granddaughter Yvonne is restoring it to its former glory. Special highlights in the kitchen are the linoleum floor uncovered during renovation and the original sink Yvonne uses everyday. She enjoys the juxtaposition of modern amenities contrasting with the home's antiquities such as the black framed windows and porch railing against the home's original brick facade. Every room features something special.

The Frankenmuth Women's Club Red Door Raffle takes place in the “Back Room” of Yvonne's home. Be sure to check out the prizes generously donated by Frankenmuth businesses.

House 5 Erik & Amy Yearta, 2896 Dehmel Rd

This thoroughly modern two story Craftsman was built in 2014. Erik and Amy Yearta and their family wanted a country home that felt like a vacation every day and they got it. Beautiful vistas surround the home and beautiful décor graces the interior. An added bonus on the tour is Erik's garage/workshop, open for the tour, which houses a completely renovated 1972 orange Volkswagon Bug and a work in progress 1973 Ford Bronco. The guys will really enjoy seeing this shop!

Church St John's Lutheran, 1200 E Genesee St