The 2014 Druid Hills Tour of Homes & Gardens
May 2-4, 2014
Friday & Saturday 10 am – 5 pm; Sunday 1 pm – 5 pm
Please visit our 2014 Tour of Homes & Gardens website for ticket outlets, event schedule, map and more.
Tickets are available at all the tour homes and Will Call (1236 Springdale Road, Atlanta 30306) or buy tickets at these local ticket outlets.
Mark your calendar for May 2-4, 2014! The Druid Hills Home & Garden Tour will celebrate its 46th year with seven elegant homes that feature renovation, restoration, and the work of master gardeners. We are delighted to announce our collaboration with the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center to host the Artist & Pottery Market. The Callanwolde mansion, built in 1920 for an heir to the Coca-Cola fortune, also will be featured on the Tour.
For the first time, Emory Village will be a stop on the Tour for lunch, shopping, and tickets. We also have many exciting events including Bar Talks and the Lullwater Conservation Garden Plant Sale. This year, most of the tour gardens and the Artist & Pottery Market are wheelchair accessible. To learn more, please visit our Tour Information page.
The committee continues to seek smart, capable Druid Hills neighbors to volunteer for all kinds of roles. Please visit www.druidhillstour.org/volunteer if you are interested in participating in the Tour.
The annual Tour is the sole fundraiser for the Druid Hills Civic Association. We need your support!
2014 Tour Committee
Ryan Graham – Chair
Phil Brane – Interactive Communications
Richard Burgess – House Management
Becky Evans – Friends & Patrons
Leslie Fight & Lynn Alexander – Hospitality
Frances Finegan – Scrapbooks
Emily Franze – Bar Talks
Lisa Harper – Publicity
Claudia Keenan – Writer
Steven Mathias – Logistics
Jenny McGuigan – Staffing
Janet McNicholl – Home Selection
Johnny Osborne & Cynthia Waterbury – Sponsorship
Tina Ann Price – Group Recruitment
Kelli Taylor – Tickets
Clarke Weeks – Artist Market
Yvette Weatherly – Print Distribution
Suzanne White – Revenue
Thomas Winn – Operations
Judy Yates & Lynn Kerpel – Docent Notes