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Forgotten NY Tour: Flushing Meadows

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Add to Calendar 07-08-2013 07-08-2013 15 Forgotten NY Tour: Flushing Meadows Join Forgotten NY's Kevin Walsh and Greater Astoria Historical Society's Rich Melnick on this 3hr tour exploring the remnants of two World's Fairs, 1939-1940 and 1965-1966, in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. Tour sites including the place where Pope Paul VI preached, the remains of a swimming amphitheater, and a time capsule not to be opened till 6964. Tour starting location: Meet on boardwalk leading to Flushing Meadows Park just south of Willets Point station, #7 train. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2014neweventinfo.cfm?id=141263 Flusing Meadows Park true DD/MM/YYYY
August 07, 2013
12-3pm
Flusing Meadows Park
Flushing
Teen, Adult
$20

Description: Join Forgotten NY's Kevin Walsh and Greater Astoria Historical Society's Rich Melnick on this 3hr tour exploring the remnants of two World's Fairs, 1939-1940 and 1965-1966, in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. Tour sites including the place where Pope Paul VI preached, the remains of a swimming amphitheater, and a time capsule not to be opened till 6964. Tour starting location: Meet on boardwalk leading to Flushing Meadows Park just south of Willets Point station, #7 train.

Address: Flushing Meadows Park just south of Willets Point #7 Station,
Flushing, NY
Phone: 718-278-0700
Website: astorialic.org

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