The San Diego Reiki Corps will have a fund-raising tour of the Albert Beach House – Moore Manor on South Juniper Street in Escondido on April 29. 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
The fundraiser will support their community and educational outreach, and up-coming volunteer events in 2018.
San Diego Reiki Corps is a non-profit organization that volunteers at Sharp Memorial in San Diego, the Elizabeth Hospice in North County, Veterans Stand Down, Homeless Outreach, The American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, the Humane Society’s Annual Animal Walks, and more.
Terry Wolfe of San Diego Reiki Corps describes the event: “This is a guided tour of the Albert Beach Home in Old Escondido. It is currently owned by Mark and Julie Anne Moore. This home has been restored to its original ornate Victorian splendor. It’s furnished with period antiques. No detail was missed. Decorative elements were added to every possible surface.”
The house was built in 1896 by real estate agent Albert Beach, when according to census records, Escondido had somewhere between 750 and 1,300 residents! The home is on the National Historical Register.
“The tour takes you into parts of the home that have never been open to the public. And the grounds with gardens and gazebo are amazing,” says Wolfe.
There will be strolling minstrels, psychic readers, raffles, baked goods, vendors, and more surprises.
Tickets for entry to the tour are $20, tax-deductible, and available in advance on-line at www.sandiegoreikicorps.org.
Tickets will also be available at the gate on the afternoon of the event, but this does not guarantee entry to the house if the tours are full. The home is located at 700 South Juniper Street.
There is no walker, wheelchair or stroller access and please, no children.
The event is sponsored by San Diego Reiki Corps, a nonprofit organization promoting Reiki Outreach and Education. For Advanced Tickets go to: www.SanDiegoReikiCorps.org