We wish you a very merry holiday season filled with the wonder and joy that is reflected in the homes on our tour.
We at the Billings Symphony Orchestra and Chorale are delighted to host our annual Holiday Tour of Homes! We hope this holiday tradition helps get you in the spirit of the season. Join your friends and neighbors to see holiday decorations in beautiful homes around our community and listen to wonderful music. Enjoy refreshments at Bistecca at the Granary from 10:30 – 1:30. We hope to see you there!
Saturday, December 10, 2016 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 day of the Tour.
Proceeds benefit the BSO&C mission to enrich lives through music.
This Years Homes:
Olson / Jones Home: 3134 Lloyd Mangrum Lane
This architect-designed custom-built, mid-century home has stunning views of Yellowstone Country Club and the western Rimrocks. Originally created by architect Wayne Gusafston for Maury and Zella Nemer, it was acquired in 2003 by architect Ed Jones and interior stylist Merry Lee Olson, who recreated it with respect for its original
design while infusing a more contemporary flair that reflects the California life style the couple enjoyed before returning to Montana. Warm, light filled interiors, 2 fireplaces, and world artifacts create a quiet retreat.
Peete Home: 2711 S. Gregory Drive
This beautiful 1966 Colonial style home, nestled in the Cameron Park area off Rimrock Rd is sure to impress and brighten your Holiday spirits. The Peetes’ love for the holidays shows in every
ornament and every decoration. Longtime friends of the Billings Symphony, the Peete’s are excited to have you over for the holidays.
Klein Home: 1836 Mulberry Drive
Built in 1971, this alluring home is nestled
directly below the Rims. Surrounded by mature trees and impeccable landscaping, the inside promises to be just as amazing. Carrie Klein is
excited to invite you into her home this year.
Carrie is one of Billings’ top interior designers and has worked on many Holiday Tour of Homes in past years. Come in and share her love of the holidays & design to inspire. This home boasts 3 different themes that will run throughout the house.
Edgerton / Kosovich Home: 1140 N. 32nd Street
The Belle of the Ball, this breath-taking 1930
Cotswold Tudor Home is located on the back side of Pioneer Park. The Edgertons have been
remodeling this home, keeping it’s lush history
in-tact, and are ready to show it off with it’s
Holiday dazzle. This home will be filled with 6 different trees, all in a different theme to match the room it’s in. Don’t miss the family heirloom photo tree!
Nook Home: 2516 Normal Avenue
The Montana State University Billings
Chancellor House will be adorned with two intertwining themes in decor this year. Jolly Ole St. Nicholas will be showcased throughout with Santas a plenty. The “creme de la creme” will be the iconic display of Santa in the Nook’s Coca Cola tree. You won’t be able to take your eyes off this one and won’t want to miss this home nor this tree!!
Bistecca at the Granary: 1500 Poly Drive
Built in 1935, the building was originally the milling department for Billings Polytechnic
Institute, which is now Rocky Mountain
College. The building originally came from
Carter County, once known as the Ekalaka Flour Mill. It was torn down, shipped and rebuilt in it’s current location. The Granary opened up as a restaurant in 1976 and has maintained it’s original architecture and charm.
The 2016-2017 symphony season is brought to you by The Oakland Companies