Historic Park View Walking Trail Brochure Now Available

Park View Walking Tour coverAt long last, I finally have the first 500 copies of the Park View walking trail brochure. I dropped off some copies at DC Reynolds and Lion’s Fine Wines on Monday. I’ll also be dropping off copies at Tibet Shop over the weekend. I’ll also be spreading them around at other locations in the area so be on the look out for them.

I’ll also have copies with me on Thursday night at All Souls Church, 1500 Harvard Street, NW. That is when the Humanities Council hosts its 6th annual D.C. Community Heritage Project Showcase. That event starts at 6:30 and runs until 8:30 p.m.

If you want one and have trouble finding them, contact me directly and I’ll make sure you get one.

The trail consists of 21 points of interest roughly arranged in a circle. While the first and last points are at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Rock Creek Church Road, you can really start or stop at any point. Below is a sample showing stop 16.

Park View School walking trail
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6 Comments on “Historic Park View Walking Trail Brochure Now Available”

  1. ~michael Says:

    A W E S O M E! Congrats on the publication.

  2. Kim Roberts Says:

    What a gorgeous brochure–filled with fascinating information about the places and people that made the neighborhood what it is today. Many, many thanks to Kent for doing this research, and compiling it in such an appealing way.

  3. Howard Says:

    This is wonderful. Thank you!

  4. JQ Says:

    Thanks for effort of putting this together!

  5. Sarah Says:

    I love this brochure! It answered some longstanding mysteries about buidlings I knew and revealed lots of places in the neighborhood I had never seen. Way to go Kent!


  6. […] the end of the year, the neighborhood also had a self-guided walking trail brochure available for those wanting to get to know the history and culture of the community better. Copies […]


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