From downtown living in a converted factory to an early 1800s cabin, the third annual Harvest of Homes Fall Tour features a variety of stops this weekend. Eight tour stops will be open 1-5 pm Sunday and the tour benefits the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum. Tickets for museum members are $15 and $25 for non-members and can be purchased at the museum or any of the tour stops or sponsors. Tour participants get a passport with descriptions of and directions to the eight tour stops and can visit any or all of them. In addition to the museum itself, the tour includes the townhouse homes of Jackie and Donnie Farthing and Amanda Russell in Red Cap Flatts, the historic Lonesome Cabin in Burns, the former Hickerson Hotel home of Sissy and Jim Baldwin on the courthouse square in Charlotte, the English manor-style home of Sara and George Caudill, the crab orchard stone home of Mary and Steve Davidson, the 118-year-old Holland House home of Mavis and Dale Ragan and the southern colonial home of KK and Michael Curcio. Refreshments will be available at the museum and tour participants can tour the new Korean War and Women at War exhibits. Co-chairs for the third annual tour are Kim and Rob Milam. For more information on the Harvest of Homes tour, call the museum at 446-0500.