‘Tis the season
Four Tulsa homes set the stage for the holidays at the annual Cascia Christmas Walk tour.
Designs by Ken Youngblood of The Garden Trug
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Thanks to Pinterest, you have likely been planning your holiday décor for several months now. Sure, a virtual pinboard is helpful, but nothing beats seeing the latest and greatest holiday designs in person.
Now is your chance to do just that. This year’s Cascia Christmas Walk on Dec. 8 will feature four beautiful midtown homes, each uniquely decorated by a Tulsa florist.
The fun does not stop there. The annual Cascia Boutique will feature more than 60 vendors with special gift offerings. All that shopping and touring is bound to make one hungry, so the Cascia Bistro will once again serve tasty treats and festive lunches, including menu selections by Andolini’s Catering as well as Topéca Coffee Bar. Students also will be on hand for holiday musical performances at the school and the featured homes.
Cascia Christmas Walk
11 a.m.-4 p.m., Dec. 8
The Cascia Christmas Walk is a celebration of the Christmas season and the Augustinian education offered by Cascia Hall Preparatory School. Proceeds from this year’s tour will benefit the students and school community.
Admission is free to Cascia Hall campus events. Home tour tickets are $15 in advance, available at www.casciahall.org or in the upper or middle school offices at 2520 S. Yorktown Ave. The Glass Slipper, Ribbons, The Inviting Place and Tapestry of Faith also will sell tickets in advance of the tour. Tickets are $20 the day of the event and are available at Cascia Hall or the tour homes.
Free shuttle transportation will be available Dec. 8 from the school grounds to the four tour homes. To board the shuttles, enter off Utica Avenue to the Cascia Hall Scianna Performing Arts Center.
The 2013 Cascia Christmas Walk is co-presented by the Rhoades Foundation/Frank and Nikki Rhoades; and Horizon Energy Services/Tim and Robin Cargile.
Corporate sponsors include Cavanal Hill Funds; Luxe Home Interiors; Carter Numismatics; the Colgan Family; Coney I-Lander; Honda of Bartlesville; Southern Hills Veterinary Hospital; Northeast Oklahoma Heart Center; C-4 Inc.; Tulsa Cancer Institute; Southern Sheet Metal Works Inc.; Blake Loveless; Bollinger Construction; Timothy J. Hayes Jr., McGraw Realtors; Travertine Inc.; Gates, Winden & Associates PC; Kleinco Construction LLC; Don Quint Financial; F&M Bank; Kingsley Insurance; Cowen Residential; Native A Chic Boutique; and Wood, Puhl & Wood PLLC.