After a temporary hiatus, a long-running local event returns this holiday season: the 24th annual Music in Historic Homes concert series. The first of the three-program series running through next spring is a holiday concert in the Matthews-Woldson House, built in 1916 on Spokane’s South Hill. The Tudor revival home was owned by the Martin and Edwidge Woldson family, then most recently by their daughter, civic benefactor Myrtle Woldson. At the intimate concerts, guests are able to tour each immaculately preserved home and enjoy seasonal refreshments. The December concert appropriately features a holiday theme.
Wed-Thu, Dec. 9-10; performances at 3, 5 and 7 pm • $25/person or $60/three-concert series • 526 W. Sumner • spokanehistoricconcerts.org