Tapestry Of A Town for 2014

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The Westerville Habitat Partnership’s annual Tapestry Of A Town historical tour includes private homes in addition to city buildings and businesses in the 2014 event.

Also new this year is the Masonic temple adjacent to the library on South State St.

  • Anti-Saloon League Museum at the Westerville Library
  • Bobel house 161 E. College Ave. (private home)
  • City Building – Council Chambers
  • Clippinger Hall at Otterbein University
  • Hanby House
  • Hanby School
  • Justice house 32 W. Plum St. (private home)
  • Masonic Temple
  • Morgan’s Treasure
  • Old Post Office on State St.
  • Olde Methodist Cemetery
  • Outside Envy

Ticket information

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Tapestry of a Town Partners

Holmes Hotel 1908

WHP works with churches, organizations, and individuals to provide decent and affordable housing in partnership with qualified applicant families who must work on their own and/or other families’ houses.  The Partnership includes:

  • Central College Presbyterian Church
  • Church of the Messiah United Methodist
  • Church of the Master United Methodist
  • Columbus Academy Schools
  • First Presbyterian Church
  • Grace Lutheran Church

Westerville Habitat Partnership (WHP) is dedicated to carrying out the main goal of Habitat for Humanity, International – to end substandard housing and break the cycle of poverty.

Special Thanks

  • Westerville Convention and Visitors Bureau
  • Westerville Public Library, Local History Department
  • Westerville Historical Society
  • Otterbein University
  • Department of Art, Otterbein University
  • Westerville Chamber of Commerce
  • Westerville City Schools
  • The owners/managers of all of our tour sites
  • The wonderful local artists and musicians participating

Tickets are available at the Westerville Visitors & Conventions Bureau. For more information, contact 614-794-0401.

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About Tapestry Of A Town

Serving our Community

Westerville Habitat Partnership (WHP) is dedicated to carrying out the main goal of Habitat for Humanity, International – to end substandard housing and break the cycle of poverty.

WHP works with surrounding churches, organizations, and individuals to provide decent and affordable housing in partnership with qualified applicant families who must work on their own and/or other families’ houses.  The Partnership includes:

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