The Thomaston Historical Society announced its annual Summer House Tour will take place after being canceled in 2020.

The Snow Marine Chandlery at 54 Water St., also known as the Dunn and Elliott Sail Loft, was purchased and is being restored by Claire Priest and Marcus Rhinelander of New Haven, Conn.

Priest and Rhinelander are restoring the big, red building on Water Street and are making it their personal residence. The restoration process has been documented by co-owner Rhinelander and local historian Peggy McCrae.

This documentation will be available to Summer House tour guests to view on computer film loops as part of the tour. The House Tour will take place Saturday, June 26, from 1 to 4 p.m. Rain date will be Sunday, June 27.

COVID-19 protocols for this event will include making reservations in advance by calling Mimi Zwick, the Summer House tour coordinator, at 354-7029. Up to six people will be allowed inside every 15 minutes and may tour in a proscribed route. Masks are mandatory.

Priest and Rhinelander will be available to answer questions about challenges they faced while making the conversion from a well-known harborside business to a private residence.

Light refreshments are included; raffle prizes will be available as well. Tickets are $10 for non-members and $8 for members, payable at the door with a reservation. All proceeds benefit the Thomaston Historical Society.