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The Fairmont Women's Club is hosting "tea with a twist" this Saturday.

The event will take place from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. at the Women's Club on First Street.

The Club typically holds a "High Tea" but they wanted to add a little something extra this year.

For $5 the club is opening its doors to the public to tour all three floors of the house.

The entire house will be decked out in Christmas decorations.

"There will be ladies on each floor to guide you. It's self guided," said Nancy Bickerstaff, of the Women's Club of Fairmont. "You won't be given a big historical information. If you ask questions, we will answer."

The Women's Club is asking guests to make reservations.

You can do that by calling 304-366-2321.