february, 2021

20feb12:00 pm2:00 pmEvent OverDestination Freedom Tour with the Waverly Community HouseA Scranton Reads Event - RSVP for free below

Event Details

Explore the rich history of The Underground Railroad Movement in the Northeast Pennsylvania region. A staff member from the Waverly Community House will guide participants through an outdoor walking tour, stopping at significant landmarks related to the Underground Railroad. Participants will learn about the local area residents who once aided former slaves on their journey towards freedom. Guests will also be given a self-guided tour map. Space is limited to the first 15 registrants. RSVP below or email jserrenti@albright.org.

This program is part of Scranton Reads 2021. What is Scranton Reads?

Scranton Reads is a joint venture between the Scranton Public Library and the City of Scranton to host an annual event which seeks to encourage reading among people of all ages and to unite the community by means of discussions and activities featuring a specific book. To learn more about Scranton Reads, its events, and its book and author selection, visit scrantonreads.org.

A PA Foreward initiative promoting Basic and Civic & Social Literacy

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Time

(Saturday) 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Location

Waverly Community House

1115 N Abington Rd,

Organizer

Jessica Serrentijserrenti@albright.org

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