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AIC researcher Jim Lapsley leads Woodland “Stroll Through History” – Sat. Sept. 9 2017

AIC researcher Jim Lapsley leads the City of Woodland’s effort to commemorate their past with it’s “Stroll Through History” on Saturday September 9th  2017. JIm has researched Woodland’s history in depth. Read his history of the houses on show in the Davis Enterprise:

For full information visit the event website.

The Stroll Through History is a ticketed open homes tour of vintage homes combined with free walking, biking, and self-guided tours throughout Woodland’s circa 1900’s downtown central street, (called Main Street) Nationally Registered Historic District and historic surrounding neighborhoods.

There is no entry fee and no parking fee for the Stroll. Bring your own bicycle for the free guided Bicycle Tours. Open Home Tour tickets are $25.00 ($30.00 on Stroll Day). These tickets may be purchased online, through mail, or at some downtown businesses. See BUY TICKETS for more information.


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