Walking Tour: Community and Civic Engagement in Eagle Rock

Join us on August 23, 2014, as we take a 6 mile walking tour around the neighborhood focused on Eagle Rock’s history of community and civic engagement.

On the walk we will cover, among other things: the 134 Freeway, the Colorado Boulevard Specific, Scholl Canyon Landfill, and the Women’s 20th Century Club.

The walking tour is free and open to the public. There will be two planned restroom/water fountain stops around mile 2 and 4.

Any questions? Email us at: walkeaglerock@gmail.com

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