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TUES: IFDANY/EF WALKING TOUR AUDUBON MURAL PROJECT

Date

Tuesday, June 25, 2019 - 5:15pm - 7:30pm

Description

TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019
5:15PM- 7:30PM
 
IFDA NY WALKING TOUR 
AUDUBON MURAL PROJECT
 
 
Join us on Tuesday June 25 
for a walking tour of
Northern Manhattan's AUDUBON MURAL PROJECT
 
           TOUR STARTS AT 5:15 PM 
 
            
Meet In front of Hamilton's Eatery,  
3570 Broadway (between West 146 & 147) 

            ENDS APPROX. 7:30 PM AT BROADWAY AND 157 ST
   
 
Our tour guide will take us to see 30 murals of  
climate-threatened birds that have been painted  
on buildings throughout
John James Audubon's neighborhood.  
 
We will also view the exterior of several landmarked buildings including:  
*Loth & Co. Silk Ribbons (1885),
*1818-38 Amsterdam  
*32nd Police Precinct Station House (1871), 1854 Amsterdam 
*Audubon Terrace Historic District,  
*Hispanic Society Museum and Library;  
*American Academy of Arts and Letters   
*Boricua College
*Trinity Church Cemetery.
 
 
Rain or shine
 
Proceeds from our tour will benefit the  
IFDA EF Valerie Moran Grant Fund
 
Members $30.00
Guests     $35.00
Students  $25.00
 
 
RSVP ASAP Limited number can participate
 
     Optional: Dutch Treat Dinner at Suggested Dinner Venue: 
Bo-No Trattoria, 3658 Broadway (corner West 151st), 646-682-9249,   WWW.bononyc.com  Open till midnight.    
 
  


   
 
 
 
No cancellations of registered tours
Tickets are non-refundable
Proceeds will benefit the IFDA Educational Foundation
Valerie Moran Grant Fund
Valerie Moran
was a visionary in the design industry who lost her battle to cancer the summer of 2014.  She started her career as an interior designer and in 1985 she began a longtime affiliation with Grange, later serving for a short period as chairman of B&B Italia, America. Valerie also became a professional consultant in product development, space design, and business, marketing and merchandising for several brands, and presented popular seminars, here and abroad.
IFDA benefited directly from her business acumen: she served as president of the New York Chapter and chairman of the Past President Council.  She will be widely remembered as a gracious, generous, joyful, and compassionate woman, whose big beautiful smile lit up the lives of all who shared her company and enthusiasm for life.  She will also be remembered by future generations in the design industry via the newly established IFDA Grant ($3000) which will be awarded to an IFDA professional interested in furthering their studies by expanding their horizons through travel, trade shows, or professional development studies.
 
To apply for the Grant and the others offered by IFDA EF: www.ifdaef.org