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31st Dearborn Symphony Home Heritage Tour
Dearborn Symphony Home Tour May 19
Springwells Park, the historic early-American subdivision, designed by Edsel and Henry Ford at Rotunda Drive and Greenfield, is the location for the Saturday, May 19 Dearborn Symphony Home Tour.
The Headquarters for this 31st edition of the Tour is the neighboring Tournament Players Club (TPC) where tickets will be for sale for $20 on Tour day. Pre-sale tickets are $15.
Hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
However, early birds can attend a design, color, and architectural workshop for $10 at the TPC while enjoying French pastries and coffee, beginning at 9:00 a.m..
Free parking is available at Dearborn Congregational Church on Rotunda Drive adjacent to the TPC. Lunches at $15 will be available at the TPC Clubhouse and vendors will display their artworks, plus a Symphony jewelry booth.
Plan to tour of several unique music-filled homes while enjoying tree-lined streets and gardens.
All proceeds go directly to the Dearborn Symphony for next season’s concerts at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center and to support musical programs and scholarships for young people.
To obtain pre-sale tickets or for information, phone 313-565-2424, or visit our website:
|Where||TPC Michigan 1 Nicklaus Dr, Dearborn, MI 48120 (The TPC Clubhouse will serve as the headquarters for this year's Home Tour that features homes and gardens in the nearby historic Springwells Park/Ford Foundation neighborhood.)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||10:00 am–5:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
|Price||$15 pre-tour; $20 day of tour|
More About TPC Michigan
The TPC Michigan is a pristine championship golf course located in south central Dearborn. The course was designed by legendary golfer Jack Niklaus and hosted the Ford Senior Players Championship for 16 years. Players can expect tricky greens, long, lush fairways, and well manicured bunkers, all artfully carved into the area's natural wetland. Tee times start at 7:45am in the summer. Residents interested in membership should see Lee Woojer.