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Red Door Tour will feature homes and gardens

  • St. Andrew’s Church in Hopkinton will host the Red Door Tour Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Members of the parish will open their homes and gardens to share with the public. The self-guided tour (with map and narrative) will focus on the theme of spiritual living. The red door tradition goes back to the beginnings of cathedral architecture in the Middle Ages when a red door marked a place as a sanctuary, protecting people from both physical and spiritual evil. Local businesses will also be featured in the tour from soup tastings from the Soup Galley to floral arrangements by Cobblestone Design Company. Tickets are $25 per person; call 746-3415. Same day tickets will also be available. The tour will begin at St. Andrew’s Parish Hall. A portion of the proceeds will support outreach programs that address issues facing our local and global communities.

    St. Andrew’s Church in Hopkinton will host the Red Door Tour Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Members of the parish will open their homes and gardens to share with the public. The self-guided tour (with map and narrative) will focus on the theme of spiritual living. The red door tradition goes back to the beginnings of cathedral architecture in the Middle Ages when a red door marked a place as a sanctuary, protecting people from both physical and spiritual evil. Local businesses will also be featured in the tour from soup tastings from the Soup Galley to floral arrangements by Cobblestone Design Company. Tickets are $25 per person; call 746-3415. Same day tickets will also be available. The tour will begin at St. Andrew’s Parish Hall. A portion of the proceeds will support outreach programs that address issues facing our local and global communities.

  • St. Andrew’s Church in Hopkinton will host the Red Door Tour Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Members of the parish will open their homes and gardens to share with the public. The self-guided tour (with map and narrative) will focus on the theme of spiritual living. The red door tradition goes back to the beginnings of cathedral architecture in the Middle Ages when a red door marked a place as a sanctuary, protecting people from both physical and spiritual evil. Local businesses will also be featured in the tour from soup tastings from the Soup Galley to floral arrangements by Cobblestone Design Company. Tickets are $25 per person; call 746-3415. Same day tickets will also be available. The tour will begin at St. Andrew’s Parish Hall. A portion of the proceeds will support outreach programs that address issues facing our local and global communities.

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