Audubon Park invites you in for a look-see


  • Doreen Turchetti
Voyeur much? Peeping Toms with impeccable taste should be interested in this house tour organized by the Audubon Park Garden District, in which complete strangers are welcomed into well-decorated neighborhood homes. Audubon Park is known for its midcentury bungalows, and that’s what this tour will focus on – “five beautiful homes that range from midcentury modern to quirky retro to stylishly modern.” You’re welcome to don your best Mad Men-era duds (the APGD staffers will); after the tour, foot-weary explorers enjoy hors d’oeuvres by delicious Audubon Parkers La Femme du Fromage and P Is for Pie as well as sangria, craft beer or iced tea at the after-party. See you ’round the neighborhood.

Tour noon-5 p.m., party 5-8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21 | Audubon Park Garden District; tour begins at 1602 E. Winter Park Road | | $25-$30


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