It is interesting to see how people live — the colors on their walls, fabrics on their sofas and views from inside their windows. The Junior League of San Francisco will open doors to six architecturally distinguished private homes in Pacific Heights on the evening of October 2nd and all day on October 3rd. The homeowners have generously allowed guests of the Junior League inside, as a benefit for the JLSF and its mission — promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women and strengthening local families in need. The Home Tour, now in its 15th year, is an important fundraiser for an organization that has served the Bay Area for nearly 100 years.
JLSF Home Tour 2009:
Junior League of San Francisco Home Tour 2009 supporters Samantha DuVall and Annie Calonico at Supper Club for the tour launch party
Inside the living room of one of the homes on tour Friday evening, October 2nd, and Saturday, October 3rd, from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm
Junior League of San Francisco Home Tour 2009 Co-chair Elizabeth Lester with 2007 Home Tour Chair Ginger Wilcox and 2009 Co-chair Nicole Bonar
Informal dining area in one of the homes on the Junior League Home Tour 2009
Junior League of San Francisco Home Tour committee members Kathryn Holt, Kristen Harper and Candice Macario
An outdoor dining space on the Junior League Home Tour 2009
Photos courtesy of Kira Stackhouse, Nuena Photography
Friday, October 2: The Preview Party, an evening cocktail party and intimate tour of the homes with shuttle service courtesy of British Motor Cars
Saturday, October 3: The Home Tour & Marketplace, six homes to tour and 48 vendors to enjoy in the one-day-only Pacific Heights open-air market, and a VIP home featuring special treats and entertainment all day long
For tickets and additional information, please visit www.jlsf.org.
— Related: Red Carpet Bay Area coverage of more Junior League of San Francisco Home Tours