Parade of Homes A Benefit for Reach Out Morongo BasinCategorized as: Festivals & Fairs, Community & Neighborhood, Charities & Fundraisers
Event tags: 29 Palms, fundraiser, joshua tree, charity, music, Yucca Valley, tour, Morongo Basin, design, Celtic, Parade of Homes, Reach Out, architecture, lunch, Park Rock
- Park Rock Cafe - 6554 Park Blvd, Joshua Tree, CA 92252
- February 17, 2013
- 12:00PM - 05:00PM
- Price: $25
- Posted by: Lynelle
Morongo Basin - The 9th Annual Parade of Homes, set to take place Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013 is rapidly approaching and Reach Out officials are proud to announce all six homes have been selected. The annual event, which sees Reach Out Morongo Basin supporters from across the basin open their homes to curious visitors, is the Neighbors-Helping-Neighbors program’s long running fundraiser bringing in thousands of dollars in ticket sales and sponsorships every year to support it's services to senior and disabled residents of the Morongo Basin.
One of the upcoming homes to be featured is the Tower Homestead Guest Ranch. Originally a 160 acre property homesteaded by Herb and Lily Tower, grandparents of Twentynine Palms resident Robin Anaya, the home was built by dismantling a 100 year old home in Pasadena and hauling it up the one lane dirt road to Twentynine Palms to build their new life in the open wilderness. A wonderul look back into history and elegant country living awaits tour goers here!!!!
Tickets are $25.00 each which includes the tour of six homes, a lunch stop at the wonderful Park Rock Cafe, live music by Celtic Curse and a silent auction. Tickets are available at Windermere Realty-Yucca Valley, ArtFx & Furnishings-Yucca Valley, Yucca Valley Chamber of Commerce, Reach Out – Yucca Valley, Z107.7 –Joshua Tree, Joshua Tree Chamber of Commerce, 29 Palms Chamber of Commerce, Desert Trail -29 Palms and the Cowboy Attic-29 Palms.
We would like to thank our sponsors - Z107.7 FM, Hi Desert Publishing, The Sun Runner Magazine, Park Rock Cafe, D.L. Bowden Frame Shop and ArtFx & Furnishings for their generous support! We would also like to thank artist Kim Mayhew and Ant Farm Studios for the original artwork for our posters and tickets.
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