Spring is here, and that means is home tour time.
The Woodland Heights Civic Association is first out of the box with this weekend's tour, the group's major fundraiser. The event also will mark the neighborhood's 99th birthday.
"We live in a wonderful, historic area that pre-dates most of the defining moments in Houston's history," said Brigette Larson, who is co-chairing this weekend's event with Emily Guyre and Felicia Zbranek. "People were living in the Woodland Heights before there was a Ship Channel, before there was a Rice University, before many parts of Houston were even envisioned."
The homes will be open for viewing from 1-6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Tickets are $15 (children 12 and under will be admitted free) and are being sold throughout the neighborhood at 14 sites.
Tickets will also be sold the days of the event at the homes and at the esplanade in the 3000 block of Norhill.