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Fulton Heights Holiday Home Tour happening Dec. 3

SALISBURY – The Fulton Heights neighborhood will be hosting its annual Fulton Heights Holiday Home Tour on Saturday, Dec. 3.

The tour started a decade ago as an informal tour of homes that a few neighbors put together. About three years ago, more people began to express their desire to participate in the event, according to Dottie Hoy, president of the Fulton Heights Neighborhood Association.

Now the Fulton Heights Neighborhood Association organizes the event. The participating homes will be open from 5 to 9 p.m. The event is still generally informal, so visitors can start at any home.

The homes on the tour are:

  • 111 Maupin Ave.
  • 513 Maupin Ave.
  • 502 Maupin Ave.
  • 515 Wiley Ave.

The association is suggesting a $10 donation. Visitors can pay the donation at any of the houses.

There will also be brochures and information on the homes available at each of the houses and the 2017 Fulton Heights Pet Calendars will be available for $10.

Look for the red yard signs identifying the houses on the tour.

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