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Walking Tour Explores History of Downtown

Described as last remaining historic area in Stamford

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Stamford, CT | Added on September 16, 2013 At 08:45 PM

On Tuesday, Stamford residents took a walking tour through one of the last remaining historic areas in the City, Downtown Stamford. The tour, which was organized by the Historic Neighborhood Preservation Program and the Stamford Jewish Community Center, gave people a glimpse into the neighborhood’s past.

A good portion of the tour was dedicated to the history of Columbus Park. Other stops on the tour included the Old Town Hall, Curly’s Diner, and St. John’s Church and rectory.

The JCC has tours planned through December, including trips to Stamford’s Mill River Park, the Yale Art Gallery, the Supreme Court in Hartford, and New York.



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