Following the Freedom Trail, St. Augustine
Oct 3, 2009
Saturday 10:00 am
Ride the St. Augustine trolley with noted historian, David Nolan and follow the Freedom Trail. This trail brings to life the events that took place in St. Augustine that led to the passage of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964, one of the two great legislative accomplishments of that era.
This 1½ to 2 hour tour will leave from the Excelsior African American Museum Cultural Center, 102 Dr. Martin Luther King Ave, St. Augustine at 10 a.m. (This historic museum will also be open before and after). Tour costs are a $15 per adult and $7 per student donation to ACCORD, Inc. Fee must be paid in advance in order to keep your reservation.
Make your check out to ACCORD and send to:
4480 Deerwood Lake Parkway, #243
Jacksonville, FL 32216
Refunds can be obtained with a one-week notice. Sierra Club has a limit of approximately 26 people for this tour unless there are enough people for two tours. RSVP by October 1 RSVP on Meetup or contact Shelly
Northeast Florida Group
Excelsior African American Museum Cultural Center
102 Dr. Martin Luther King Ave
St. Augustine, FL