The 37th Candlelight Tour of Homes

Posted by on November 18, 2013

Address: 1314 Broad Street, Camden, SC 29020

Latitude/Longitude: 34.251175, -80.606959

Start Date: Dec 7, 2013

End Date: Dec 7, 2013

Web site: click here

Pricing: $


The WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, and WHY reasons that you should be in Camden, South Carolina on 7 December, 2013!

WHO: The Camden Junior Welfare League will host their 37th annual Candlelight Tour of Homes.

WHAT: One of the best small-town tour of homes offered in the SE.
Homes and Public Sites:
* Nancy and Earl Bryant
* Jack Brantley
* Mary Elizabeth and James Van Horn
* Sarah and Albert Reed
* Cecilia and Leslie Stevenson
* Lydia and Ned Towell
* Tory and Tom Brock
* Jennifer Daniels
* Laurie and Bill Funderburk
* The Palmetto Coffee Shoppe and Tea Room (Bake Sale, League Merchandise, and live music from “We Three”!)
* Camden Archives and Museum (Tour begins here!)
* Robert Mills Courthouse (Location of our special Christmas Gift Shoppe with local vendors!)

WHERE: Some of the most beautiful, historic and modern, homes in this quaint little Southern town will be awaiting your arrival. In addition, public museums, a church and local proprietors will supporting this event. The guide book and tickets to enjoy these magnificent homes will be available at the Camden Archives and Museum.

WHEN: 7 December 2013, 3:00 – 8:00 pm.

WHY: First, this tour is offered for you to enjoy a wonderful tour of homes, gather decorating ideas and explore a new area. Secondly, all of the proceeds from this annual event, give direct support to the children of Kershaw County, services including eyeglasses, winter jackets, shoes, medical care, and counseling. The tour also funds the League’s grants which assist Kershaw County non-profit organizations who benefit the county’s children.

From the Author: For all the right reasons, mark your calendar for 7 December, Camden SC. Come early and stay the night, as you will not want to miss anything: Annual Elgin Catfish Stomp, Candlelight Tour of Homes, shopping, antiques galore, dining... You should also plan on spending the night at the award-winning Bloomsbury Inn, 1707 Lyttleton St, 803.432.5858,

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