The Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Housewalk celebrates its 21st year and we are going virtual again this year! You can choose to enjoy it from the comfort of your home through the month of December or attend one of the three “Watch Parties” and enjoy in the company of friends.
This event raises funds for our great orchestra while giving you a special glimpse into the Great Lakes Bay’s beautiful community through neighborhood homes decorated for the holidays.
The virtual tour will be created by Grand Space Media and hosted by Saginaw native, Linda Tomandl, who will interact with the homeowners as they take you on a tour of their homes that are festively decorated for the holiday season.
The Holiday Housewalk features five uniquely decorated homes. Three are located in Saginaw: the charming home of Fred Czerewko on Mershon Street, the estate of Dr. Debasish and Chinu Mridah on Hunters Ridge Drive, and the Mustard Seed Shelter on Cherry Street.
Also featured are two homes in the Bay City: the Charming Victorian home of Leslie Gauthier and Nick Galloway on Farragut Street and a Mid-Century Modern on Green Avenue of Ann Coburn-Collins and James Collins.
Three iconic Saginaw buildings will be featured as well, the Saginaw Club, Castle Museum, and Saginaw Art Museum.
Each ticket purchase will register you in a drawing for a chance to win a door prize. Also included in this year’s Holiday Housewalk will be our online Rudolph’s Raffle, featuring merchandise from area businesses.
An access code for the event will be emailed to you at the time of purchase.
Happy Holidays from the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra!