The Clement Railroad Hotel Museum’s 4th annual Harvest of Homes Fall Tour features five residences and the museum open 1-5 pm Sunday. Tickets are $15 for museum members and $25 for non-members and can be purchased at the museum or any of the homes on the tour. Those attending the tour can go to any or all of the stops, some of which will feature light refreshments and are decorated for the holidays. The museum also will be hosting special book signings by local authors Bernice Stokes and Patsy Caldwell. Stokes has published a book about her decades of quilting while Caldwell recently published her second cookbook. This year’s tour stretches from Cumberland Furnace to Burns. Featured stops are Montgomery Bell’s historic company store and office building at 1100 Earl Leach Road in Cumberland Furnace owned by Sue and Joe Loggins; the Voorhies-James House at 10 Court Square in Charlotte now the home of Rhonda and Hugh Hicks; the home of Christie and Ken Southerland at 670 Southerland Road in Dickson; Anita and John Luther’s home and East Hills Bed and Breakfast at 100 East Hills Terrace; and the home of Georgie Spencer at 341 Beechwood Drive in Burns. Each stop will have a passport with directions to the tour homes. For more information on Sunday’s 4th annual Harvest of Homes Fall Tour, call the museum at 446-0500.