BRIGHAM CITY -- Six decorated homes, plus the Brigham City Historic Depot, will open their doors to visitors on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 1 to 5 p.m. as the Civic Improvement Club hosts its annual Holiday Home Show.
This year, five of the homes are in Willard and one is in Perry, with old and new, antiques and modern furnishings, plus a variety of holiday embellishments. The Depot, at 833 West Forest, will be filled with the decorated trees of Christmas Tree Lane.
Featured will be the Willard homes of Jean Mickelson, 9 North 200 West; Josh and Heather Braegger, 175 West 100 North; James and Shauna Beames, 41 South 500 West; Tyler and Melinda Hunter, 82 South 500 West; Todd and Noreen Mortensen, 110 West 300 South; Todd and Noreen Mortensen, 110 West 300 South; as well as the Perry home of Ben and Stephannie Lish, 800 West 2700 South.
Tickets for the home show are $7 per person and may be purchased at the Depot or any of the homes. All proceeds from the fundraiser are used for the club's community improvement projects and scholarships granted to Box Elder High School students.