Leslie Roubal and Lynn Meyer invite thepublic to the virtual Home & Kitchen Tour this weekend.

Leslie Roubal and Lynn Meyer invite thepublic to the virtual Home & Kitchen Tour this weekend.

Home Kitchen Tour this weekend

PORT TOWNSEND — The 25th annual AAUW/UWF Home & Kitchen Tour will be held virtually this weekend, Friday through Sunday.

It will be viewable from the comfort of one’s home by folks across the country, said Leslie Roubal of the Association of University Women/University Women’s Foundation.

The weekend costs $30 per guest. Registration is at AAUWPT.org.

Thousands of visitors have enjoyed the tour over the years, Roubal said in a press release.

“In the old days, visitors drove through the community and walked through the homes and gardens,” Roubal said. “Nowadays, while we are all being cautious, homeowners share their homes virtually via the incredible technology of 3D camerawork.”

The Virtual Tour shows homes that otherwise are inaccessible to the public. The tour also includes seminars, discussions with the homeowners and information from the designers/builders, Roubal said.

Donations help fund AAUW/UWF scholarships to local women and educational projects throughout Jefferson County public schools.

For more about the tour and AAUW/UWF funds, and to watch videos of scholars’ stories, see AAUWPT.org.

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