The annual Citie Ballet home tour 2014 gives residents a chance to see some of the city's most beautiful homes.
By Sydnee Bryant | February 8, 2010
Citie Ballet showcases some of the city’s great talents every time they put on a production.
And now, the organization, which has been in Edmonton for 16 years, is showcasing some of the city’s great homes.
Citie Ballet is giving people a chance to tour some of Edmonton’s most illustrious and interesting homes. Whether you’re a fan of architecture, looking for decorating ideas or simply curious about what’s inside some of the illustrious homes you drive by every day, the home tour has something for everyone.
The homes being showcased include an elegant home in Carter Crest that features blue accents in the decor and furniture, plus a curving staircase and classic wood flooring. A historic Old Strathcona home with traditional decor and dark, hardwood floors will also be part of the tour along with a downtown condo with a sleek kitchen and an unparalleled view of the city.
The tours take place Saturday, June 21, and Sunday, June 22, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and can be done as a self-guided tour or as a guided tour.
The annual tour is the ballet company’s second major fundraiser. It aims to inspire Edmontonians with the breathtaking architecture and design that can be found at homes throughout the city.
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