The West Point Community Arts Council will present the Christmas Tour of Homes on Sunday, Dec. 8, from 1-4:30 p.m.
Four homes are on this year’s tour. They include:
Tim & Michelle Ulrich — The Ulrich home at 1056 Centennial Road is filled with Christmas traditions, including a collection of Hallmark ornaments.
Michelle’s grandmother, Darlene, started the collection which was continued by Mary, Michelle’s mother.
The collection is displayed on one of the many Christmas trees in the home. A variety of nativity scenes will be placed in the Ulrich home for the tour by Tim’s mother, Jan.
Terry & Nancy Nelson — The Nelsons usually prepare their home for Christmas with minimal decorations. The highlights of the decor this year is a fresh cut tree with ornaments that their daughters collected during their childhood.
There is also a nativity scene made by Terry’s mother and stockings made by Nancy’s mother. The Nelsons are looking forward to incorporating their traditional pieces with additional decorations.
Their home is located West of West Point on Highway 32.
Bob and Deana Woods — They have three Christmas trees that are the focal point in the rooms at their home at 620 Vista Avenue.
They have a music tree, a Victorian themed tree and a family tree.
The family tree includes each child’s collection of ornaments and homemade school decorations.
Another attraction for visitors will be two lighted villages in the home.
Bill and Stasia Stokely — The Stokely family will open their 1917 arts and crafts style house. With the renovation the couple maintained the architectural integrity of the house. Vintage, traditional and untraditional decor is used for Christmas at 143 S. Farragut Street.