The 30th annual Butler County Symphony house tour hits just the right note, putting patrons in the holiday spirit and raising money for a community treasure.
Among the five stops featured on Saturday's tour is the home of Chris and Mike Savannah. The tour runs through 4 p.m.
The Savannah home shows off the interests and passions of its family. Chris is a bassoonist with the symphony and Christmas trees with musical touches can be found as well as a Navy tree honoring Mike's 21 years of service.
Among the must see items are an equestrian tree reflecting the achievements and love of horses of one of their daughters, a stunning dining room which Chris credits to her mother's decorating skills, and Santa's suit hanging in the laundry room, a long-standing family tradition.
Tickets cost $25 and are still available by stopping at the First English Lutheran Church, 241 N. Main St., or ordering them online at butlersymphonyorchestra.org. Proceeds benefit the symphony.