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Working Women in American History Bike Tour

Sunday, May 7th, 2017 from 9:00am to 11:00am (ET)


Registration ClosesMay 6, 2017 12:00am or when space runs out.
Women have ALWAYS been workers! On May 7th, DC EcoWomen is joining U.S. National Park Service Park Ranger Catherine Alvarado for a guided bike tour to learn about the history of American women in the workforce.

This event is part of the larger 2017 DC LaborFest celebration.

As you bike, explore the evolution of the working woman from Colonial times, through two World Wars, and into today as you bike the National Mall. We'll bike within view of our majestic Capitol building, WWII and other war memorials, stop at the FDR Memorial, and cruise around Hains Point before returning to the Tidal Basin and the Mall. Bike ride tour will be approx. 6 miles.

You will need to bring your own bicycle to participate.

A few people you will meet...

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Location: (near Smithsonian Castle - look for park ranger in uniform), National Mall Carousel, Jefferson Dr SW, Washington, DC 20560