On Tue, May 11, 2010 at 11:38 PM, Eric Fidler
You’ve seen them around DC. Those tall signs with historic photos and narratives explaining what happened in that neighborhood 70 or 200 years ago. Several neighborhoods in DC have heritage trails, courtesy of Cultural Tourism DC.
We in LeDroit Park and Bloomingdale are on our way to getting our very own heritage trail, but the LeDroit Park-Bloomingdale Heritage Trail Working Group needs your help.
The Working Group will meet Wednesday, May 12 at 7 pm at St. George’s Episcopal Church (Second & U Streets NW) to collect stories, old photos, and to plan how to interview our neighborhoods’ long-time residents.
All the material we collect will be used to plan the heritage trail that will lead through the neighborhood.
Do you have an old photo or an old story to tell or are you interested in local history? LeDroit Park has hosted many notable residents from Civil War generals, to Duke Ellington, to Walter Washington, and even Jesse Jackson!
Come join us Wednesday night and learn how you can help.
Wednesday, May 12
St. George’s Episcopal Church
Second & U Streets NW
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
LeDroit Park-Bloomingdale Heritage Trail working group meeting tonight
See this Email from LeDroit Park resident Eric Fidler: