The La Mesa Historical Society, in association with MODERN SAN DIEGO & SAN DIEGO HOME AND GARDEN, proudly invites you to a showcase of seven Hidden Jewels, nestled in the hillside of Mt. Helix!

Spend the day touring some of the oldest and most historic homes in the Mt. Helix community as well as works by local artists and more!

These mid-century modern homes feature designs by famed architects:
-Lloyd Ruocco
-Homer Delawie
-Henry Hester
-John Mortenson
-John Mock*
-Tucker-Sadler

*We are delighted to welcome distinguished architect, John Mock, who will be present at one of the homes of his design.

Because the tour visits private homes and the nature of the mid-century architecture, this tour is not ADA Compliant. We apologize for any inconvenience.

The 11th Annual Historic Home Tour is expected to SELL OUT! Reserve your tickets early to secure your spot in this year's tour!

I will be there and I look forward to meeting you!

$40.00/person | Saturday, November 5th 2016 from 9am–3pm
Mid-century modern architecture.

Pre-Sale/Day of Event (Tickets available at event check-in)
$25/$30 LMHS Members $40/$45 Non-LMHS Members
Purchase tickets EARLY… this year’s event is certain to be a SELL OUT!
LMHS is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, so your contribution is tax deductible.
Shuttle Service Only.
No Personal Vehicles Allowed on Tour.
The Home Tour is not ADA accessible.

Parking and Check-In Information:

Foothills Methodist Church | 4031 Avocado Blvd. La Mesa, CA 91941

-NO printed tickets will be issued.
-Check-in begins at 8:45am with the first shuttle leaving at 9am.
-Please bring ID

NOTE: To ensure time to view all seven homes, we recommend check-in prior to 1pm

-All attendees MUST take provided shuttles due to narrow streets and NO parking at home sites. NO photography of home interiors will be permitted.


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Photo for this event courtesy of the La Mesa Historical Society