Editor's note: This listing was corrected at 7 p.m. on 6/21/19 to reflect the following change: The Silent Auction will take place at the O'Rourke Building, 101 W. Quartz Street.
Five historic buildings featuring turn-of-the-20th-century architecture will bring Butte’s past alive during the Butte Citizens for Preservation and Revitalization’s annual Dust to Dazzle Home Tour from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 29.
The tour showcases recent and ongoing residential renovation projects in Butte’s historic district.
The tour will include 1901 Garrison St., 1232 E. Second St., 101 W. Quartz St., 647 W. Quartz St., and 1034 W. Caledonia St. Tea and cookies will be available throughout the tour at the beautiful Kelley Mansion, 829 W. Park St.
During the tour, the public can explore the buildings to see how residents have renovated and restored many of the homes’ features. Volunteers from Butte CPR will be on hand to answer questions and talk about the many architectural features.
Visitors can start at any home and continue the tour at their own pace. The Kelley Mansion at 829 W. Park St., will host a tea starting at noon for ticket holders and a silent auction will be held at the O'Rourke Building, 101 W. Quartz Street.
Tickets are $15 and are available at the homes on the day of the tour, or in advance at Cavanaugh’s County Celtic, 131 W. Park St., or Books and Books, 206 W. Park St.