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To Do: Annapolis by Candlelight

If the end of daylight savings has you bummed, the Annapolis by Candlelight Tour this weekend might make you appreciate the shorter days.  The tour, which begins right before sunset on Friday and Saturday, lets you take a peek inside more than a dozen historic houses in downtown Annapolis. Homes on the tour span three centuries of architecture and are along King George, Prince George, East, and Pinkney streets.

Volunteers will be stationed at each of the houses to give background information and answer questions.  The self-guided tour takes place from 5 to 9 PM on Friday and Saturday. For tickets ($35), call 410-267-8146 or visit
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