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Historic Inns of Phoenixville Dinner & Tour to be held Tuesday, 02/24/2009

From the PABA website:

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Start Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Lot Behind The Pickering Creek Inn At 37 Bridge St. Phoenixville

The dinner and tour includes a narrated tour aboard an old fashioned trolley of Phoenixville area landmarks, including The Pickering Creek Inn, The Gateway Building, The Phoenixville Foundry, Colonial Theatre, Hotel Washington, Hotel Chester, the Baptist Church of Phoenixville, Central Lutheran Church of Phoenixville (houses the Historical Society) and the Columbia Bar & Grille. At the end of the 35-40 minute tour, participants will enjoy a 3-course meal and a complimentary glass of wine at either Columbia Bar & Grille (est. 1893) or The Pickering Creek Inn (est. 1850) (choose at time of ticket purchase). To look at the full menu for the evening, go to www.discoverphoenixville.com where you can purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 each for the tour and dinner with a 10% discount for purchases of 4 or more. For group purchases of 4 or more, please contact paba@discoverphoenixville.com. Tickets can be purchased via the internet or at in person Steel City Coffee House or Fashionista’s Salon. For purchases by check, please make the check out to Phoenixville Area Business Association.
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For more information or to buy tickets, see the PABA posting for this event.

Comments

Anonymous said…
SATURDAY, 2/24/09, not Tuesday.
JW said…
February 24th is a Tuesday.
Anonymous said…
Oops, February, not January. My bad.

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