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POSTPONED!

Celebrating Women!  Bike Tour of Contributions Women Have Made to American History.

A National Park Service Ranger will lead our tour. 


Join NPS Ranger and 1985-86 Radcliffe Institute Bunting Fellow Jan Buerger for a bike tour highlighting extraordinary contributions women have made to the Mall and American history that often are unknown, forgotten or neglected.  This event is part of the HCW's Radcliffe Affairs Series.


Meet at the Lincoln Memorial Plaza (street level).  The tour is free and will be less than 5 miles.  Bring your own bike, lock, helmet, and water.


Limited to members and their guests.  Registration is required.  

 

Getting there:

-- Parking:  General visitor parking is available along Ohio Drive, SW between the Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson Memorials.

-- Metro:  Note:  Bicycles are permitted on Metro on Sundays.  Limited to four bicycles per car.  Anyone traveling with a bicycle should board thorugh the end doors of a rail car.

                 Orange, Blue, and Silver lines:  Foggy Bottom-GWU is closest and Smithsonian more scenic

                 Red Line:  Farragut North or Metro Center

                 Yellow and Green Lines:  L'Enfant Plaza or Archives-Navy Memorial

-- Bike paths:  Accessible from bike paths in DC, MD, and VA

Questions?  Call 202-337-1300 or email events@harvard-dc.org

Event day contact:  HCW Vice President of Radcliffe Affairs Vanessa Beary -- beary@post.harvard.edu

 

 

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