Tomorrow (December 10th), several unique holiday events are underway in the surrounding area, including the Butte Symphony Guild's Holiday Home Tour. If you've never taken this tour, you're in for an incredible surprise. The homes featured are not only beautifully displayed with gorgeous holiday decor but are extraordinary in architectural design. There's still time to get tickets to tomorrow's Holiday Home Tour, as the event runs from noon to 4 p.m. at marked locations throughout Butte. Tickets are only $15, or two for $25 through any guild member or by visiting Kennan's Jewelry in the Butte Plaza Mall, Isle of Books at 43 E. Broadway in Uptown Butte, or The Corner Bookstore at 1877 Harrison Avenue. Tickets can also be purchased at any of the featured homes; The Kelly Mansion at 829 W. Park, The Copper King Mansion at 219 W. Granite, Victorian masterpieces on Park and Antimony Street, and the B'nai Israel Temple at 327 W. Galena.

For many years the Butte Symphony has organized the Holiday Home Tour to help raise funds for their foundation. During the event, participants can also enjoy tea at The Wine Cellar on Park Street between 3 and 5 p.m.

As illustrated on their website, The Butte Symphony is also preparing for their Butte Holiday Concert on Saturday, December 17th featuring the Mining City Chorale and Anaconda High School Choraleers. This traditional holiday classic will take place at the Mother Lode Theatre (316 W. Park in Butte) at 7:30 p.m. Concert tickets are available HERE. So that's two significant events from one incredible organization; The Butte Symphony of Home Tours on December 10th and the Butte Symphony Butte Holiday Concert on December 17th!

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