The third annual Tour of Homes in Anamoose will be held Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m.
Featured on the tour will be the homes of Shirley and George Schnelbach, Connie and Mike Rudnick, Debbie and Richard Koble and Sage Hill Bed & Breakfast, the home of Jackie Fix and Brad Michner.
In addition to the Tour of Homes, there will be a festive dessert and beverage bar and soup and bread supper featuring knoephla, hamburger and wild rice soups, as well as white chili, all served at the senior center. In addition, there will be a holiday baked goods sale, Christmas decorations sale and other vendors on site. Guests do not have to tour to partake of the bake sale, supper, dessert and beverage bar or any of the other activities.
Remodeled several times, the early-1920s home of Connie and Mike Rudnick is part of the annual Anamoose home tour.
Sage Hill Bed & Breakfast, a former school house, is among homes on the Anamoose Tour of Homes Sunday.
A one-story house, built in the 1930s and owned by George and Shirley Schnelbach, is included on the Anamoose Tour of Homes.
A two-story house from the turn of the 20th century, owned by Richard and Debbie Koble, is shown as it has been restored.
Sage Hill Bed & Breakfast was originally the White Township School, which operated from 1938 to 1968. It has been extensively remodeled and furnished to be used as a bed and breakfast.
The home of the Kobles is a two-story house from the turn of the 20th century that sat empty for many years. It was extensively restored this past year and the owners moved into the house within the past few months.
George Schnelbach, who grew up in Anamoose, and his wife Shirley, retired to Anamoose only a year ago. Their one-story house was built during the 1930s and features a drive-under-the-house garage. Shirley will be displaying a collection of holiday villages she has made over the past 20 years.
The Rudnicks have built additions and remodeled their early 1920s home several times during the 29 years they have lived there. Connie and her daughters will be displaying gingerbread houses and holiday cakes they have made for the home tour.
Advance tickets are $10 and can be purchased in Anamoose at the First State Bank and Heringer Lumber; in Drake at the Hair Oasis; and in Harvey at HAV-IT. Tickets will be available on the day of the Tour at the Anamoose Senior Center on Main Street for $12 each. Home tour maps will be available at the senior center.