Tour Carmi's beautiful historic homes
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Scenes from 2010
The Carmi Chamber of Commerce is in the business of making smiles.

People want to live in a thriving community. Happiness is contagious. Events such as “It's a White County Christmas”show our commitment to building a happy, thriving, prosperous community.
We hope you'll join us
Make Memories to Last a Lifetime!
It's a White County Christmas
.. a celebration honoring the small town traditions of the holiday season.
Discover the magic of Christmas
in Carmi
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Tour some of Carmi's oldest and most historic homes, exquisitely decorated for the Christmas Holiday Season.
Williams Home
The rural holiday-ranch style home of Jerry and Betty Williams was built in the 1970s by Jerry’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ‘Dutch’ Williams.
The Social House
The historic Francis M. Parish Heritage Home at 500 W. Main, built in 1900, recently opened as The Social House. 
In 1883, Charles and Lucy Crebs-Berry received the 306 Third Street home as a wedding gift from Lucy’s father, the Col. John M. Crebs.
The Crebs Mansion
Stocke Home
The holiday-decorated home of  Phil and Maryann Stocke at 301 Cameo Lane was built by Bob Randolph in 1955.
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    1768 CR 800E
    Enfield, IL 62835

Saturday, Dec. 3
10 AM - 3 PM
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2010 House Tour
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On the tour
1860 Pre-Victorian Home 
410 Elm Street

Owned by
Pastor & Mrs. Luke Raczykowski

On the tour
2004 Expanded Modern Cape Cod
   843 Co. Rd. 1350 N.  (1/2 mile west of Country Club)

Owned by
Owned by Mr. & Mrs. Clay Gray

On the tour
1992 Brick Country Ranch
   1422 Co. Rd. 750 E.  (Colony West)
On the tour
1905 Historic John M. Crebs Home
   311 W. Main Street

Owned by
Owned by Mr. & Mrs. David Port
Owned by
Owned by Mr. & Mrs. Robert Allyn
$7.50 before Nov. 27
$10 after Nov. 27

Tickets are available at participating retailers and the Carmi Chamber of Commerce.

Proceeds benefit the Christmas Tree Fund.