York, PA – On Friday, November 1st, the William C. Goodridge Freedom Center and Underground Railroad Museum will host its 4th Annual Festival of Trees event from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm at 123 East Philadelphia Street as part of Downtown York’s monthly First Friday event. This event is sponsored by PeoplesBank.
The public is invited to view over a dozen “beauty-themed” trees on display throughout the museum and participate in self-guided tours, including the site of an actual hiding place on the Underground Railroad and the 1850s photo gallery and daguerreotype studio.
Admission is $1 for students and seniors, and $3 for adults. The Festival of Trees will also be open for viewing on Wednesdays and Saturdays in November and December from 10 am to 6 pm. Let the "Festivi-trees" Begin!
Questions about this event can be directed to Goodridge Freedom Center Manager Kelly Summerford at email@example.com or at 717-650-1998.
About Goodridge Freedom Center and Underground Railroad Museum:
Operated by the Crispus Attucks Association of York, William C. Goodridge Freedom Center and Underground Railroad Museum is the only African American museum in York, Pennsylvania with one of the select few locations to be part of the National Park Service's Network to Freedom as an authenticated site used in the Underground Railroad.