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15th Annual Historic Homes Tours

The Wichita County Heritage Society will host its 15th annual Historic Homes Tours. The tours will be held Saturday, May 2 in Wichita Falls.

This year, the six homes will include:
Home of Ron & Vicki Parker - 2401 Cambridge
Home of March Himelhock & Missy Shorey - 2406 Ellingham 
Home of Chris Scheer - 2406 Speedway
Home of Andrew & Sarah Smedley - 2411 Clarinda
Home of John & Pamala Stephenson - 2018 Victory
Home of David Sabine - 1634 Victory

The tours start at 10 a.m. and end at 3 p.m. It's $25 per person to tour all six homes.

You can purchase the tickets at the Wichita County Heritage Society, located at 900 Bluff Street in Wichita Falls. You can also purchase tickets at any of the six homes listed.

The tours are designed to highlight beautiful and unique homes over 75 years old in Historic neighborhoods in Wichita Falls. You will have the opportunity to see and tour some of Wichita Falls' beautiful houses with a variety of captivating architectural styles. 

This is a great opportunity to see the history of Wichita Falls and support the preservation, restoration, and display of historic landmarks of Wichita County. Funds raised will go toward the Wichita County Heritage Society. 

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