*SOLD OUT* - May 22 - Historic Walking Tour of Downtown Scarsdale
Associate Village Historian of Scarsdale, Jordan Copeland, will guide us on a walking tour to learn how downtown Scarsdale transformed from a sleepy train depot to a vibrant, distinctive commercial hub.
Jordan Copeland is is the Associate Village Historian of Scarsdale, a musician, and a former public defender and fifth grade teacher in the Bronx. He has given a variety of historical presentations and walking tours, and he has conducted extensive original research into the history and experiences of Black people in our community.
|Date:||Sunday, May 22, 2022|
|Time:||1:00PM - 2:45PM|
|Location:||Downtown Scarsdale - Participants will meet in front of the Starbucks near the Scarsdale Train Station. 51 East Parkway, Scarsdale, NY, 10583.|
Capacity is limited to 20 participants
$10 per person (discounted rate for members of the Harvard-Radcliffe Club of Westchester and one guest)
$25 per person (non-members and additional guests of HRCW members)
Participants will be notified via the email used to register for the event
|Tickets:||Tickets are available by clicking the button below.|
|Who:||Open to HRCW members and alumni.|
|Inquiries:||For further info email Liliane Offredo-Zreik '00 MBA|
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