Show Time for the Decorators' Show House

Junior League of Buffalo begins public tours today

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Buffalo, NY, (WBEN) - The Junior League of Buffalo opens the Decorators' Show House to the public Saturday.  More than 20-thousand people are expected to visit the house over the next 3 weeks. 

The Show House is in the heart of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, at 766 Ellicott Street in Buffalo. The home is known as the August Feine House and dates back to 1888. 

Show House Chair Debi Scherer said it's a complete renovation.  "It's incredible to see the transformation the house has taken in the last couple of days". 

Thirty-seven decorators, artists and landscapers have poured ideas and inspiration into the project.  Public tours are available through May 21st.  

After that, Pam Chrzanowski said the house, with many donated materials remaining, will be turned over to Kevin Guest House, for patients and families that come to Buffalo for medical care.  "The property will be returned to us at the end of May and this will double the amount of guests that we can accommodate on our campus".  Kevin Guest House was the first health care hospitality house in the country.  It will celebrate its 45th anniversary in July. 

The house will be re-named the Russell J. Salvatore Hospitality House on the Kevin Guest House Campus thanks to the local philanthropist's contributions to the project.

Russell J. Salvatore


The following is from the Junior League website,

The public is invited to view the Decorated House: April 29th to May 21st – Monday: Private Tours Only – Tuesday: 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm – Wednesday through Friday: 10:00 am to 12:30 pm, and 6 to 8:30 pm -Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm

Parking Information – Daytime parking available at 134 High St or 1001 Main St. There is a charge for parking in both these lots. Metered parking is also available along Ellicott St. – Evening and weekend parking is available is free of charge at Buffalo Medical Group parking lot at 85 High St. Parking along Ellicott St. is free at 5pm and on weekends.

Tickets are available for $25 at the door. They are also available at Wegmans and at 

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