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Preserve • Protect • Promote

Upcoming Event

Your original receipt sent via email is your ticket(s).  

You can also retrieve your tickets under "My Events" from the user menu after log in. 
This menu may be at the bottom the page on some mobile devices. 

Everyone over the age of 12 needs their own ticket. Your ticket cost is tax deductible and you may purchase more tickets online with the user account you already created.

9th Annual Candlelight Tour of Homes Schedule

Sunday, December 11, 2016
– 12:01 AM, $25 day of event ticket price online
– 9:00 AM, Online eTicket Sales End
– 2:00-2:30 PM, Maps available to e-ticket holders via email/download, no early entries at homes. Please wait until 3:00 PM to start the tour
– 2:30 PM, Maps & Tickets Available at Westminster Palms 
– 3:00 PM, Tour Starts, no early entries at homes.
If you arrive early at a home you will be asked to wait until 3 to begin.
– 8:00 PM, Tour Closes. All tours end at 8 PM Sharp. 


eTickets holders: (online purchases from honna.org) you can start the tour at any of the homes at 3:00 PM. The map will also be sent via email and available in your user profile at honna.org (after log in) at 2-2:30 PM Sunday. You may also pick up a printed tour booklet with map at Westminster Palms beginning at 2:30 PM.

Paper ticket holders: start your tour at Westminster Palms to pickup the tour booklet with map. 

Please park courteously in our neighborhood.
Click here for a trolley map. 

• Online Ticket Purchasers may show their receipt and start at any house on the tour with the downloaded house tour map (available at 2:30 Sunday)
• Park near a trolley stop to limit walking distance
• Paper ticket holders start the tour at Westminster Palms,
939 Beach Drive

Event Date 12-11-2016 3:00 pm
Event End Date 12-11-2016 8:00 pm
Cut off date 12-10-2016 11:55 pm
Individual Price Advance Ticket Sales $20/Person, $25/Person Day of Event
$25.00

Historic Old Northeast Neighborhood Association

HONNA is one of the oldest and most vibrant neighborhood associations in St. Petersburg.

How We Started

HONNA was founded in 1974 as the North Shore Neighborhood Association (NSNA). A name change occurred in May 2002 to reflect the prevailing use of the name “Old Northeast” when referring to the neighborhood.

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