The historic Parker Homestead is one of nine exceptional homes open to the public on May 4, during the Little Silver Kitchen Tour.

Mark your calendars for Thursday, May 4, when The Little Silver Kitchen Tour offers the public a close-up look at nine exceptional kitchens in the borough, ranging from one of the oldest in Monmouth County (the 350 year old Parker Homestead) to the home of House of Cline designer Amanda Haytaian.

Between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m., the self-guided tour will also highlight the talents of area builders, decorators and florists, with attendees will be treated to culinary delights from some of Monmouth County’s finest chefs.

The Parker Homestead, located adjacent to Sickles Park at 235 Rumson Road, will be the starting point of the Tour. Guests will have the opportunity to shop the Red Barn Boutique in the newly renovated barns on the property, which will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  Pre-paid ticket/reference journal pickup will also be held at this time.

The 2017 Little Silver Kitchen Tour is one of the Two River area’s most highly anticipated spring events. Proceeds of the tour support the Little Silver PTO’s mission to enhance the educational experience of children by providing curriculum based enrichment activities, exposure to cultural arts, and programming that supports character development.

This event would not be possible without the support of Monmouth Medical Center Foundation RWJ Barnabas Health, House of Cline Design, Builders General Supply Company, Almasy Law, The Parker Homestead-1665, the local community and area businesses.

Stay up to date on the 2017 Little Silver Kitchen Tour by following the event on Instagram (LSKitchentour2017), Facebook (Little Silver Kitchen Tour) or by visiting our website, where tickets and support opportunities are available for purchase.