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Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Public Walking Tour: Exploring Upper Central Park | June 28 at 1PM
Exploring Upper Central Park
A Walking Tour with Michelle and James Nevius
authors of Inside the Apple and Footprints in New York
SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 1:00 - 3:00PM
Kick off your summer by joining us on a ramble through the parts of Central Park that are often left off the itineraries of visitors and New Yorkers alike. We'll stroll the picturesque North Woods, climb the Great Hill, see the oldest building in the park, which was built for the War of 1812, visit the Harlem Meer and Conservatory Gardens, and even track down the memorial to the "Founder of Greater New York City," Andrew Haswell Green.
$20 per person or $30 if you'd also like a copy of "Footprints in New York" (a great deal!)
TO RESERVE: email firstname.lastname@example.org with your
number in your party
how many people are $20 (no book) and how many are $30 (with book)
a cell number where we can reach in case anything changes
THE MEETING PLACE WILL BE EMAILED TO YOU WHEN YOU RESERVE.
PS: If you missed the Alexander Hamilton walk last month, it is available as a private booking. Visit www.walknyc.com/lm.html to read about the area and just mention Alexander Hamilton when you make your reservation!