Tour historic Scranton homes and church with the Lackawanna Historical Society on June 28
From a press release:
The Lackawanna Historical Society’s bi-annual Historic Hill House Tour will be held on Sunday, June 28 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. A Preview Party will be held on Friday, June 26 at the home of Ali Duffy and Jerard Butala.
Included in the tour are Covenant Presbyterian Church and private residences at 801 Wheeler Ave., 1121 Myrtle St., 612 Clay Ave., 613 N. Webster Ave., and 617 N. Webster Ave. in Scranton. As in previous years, free trolley transportation will be provided to all sites on the tour throughout the day, and a marketplace sale will be held at the Catlin House (232 Monroe Ave., Scranton).
Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door for the tour; Preview Party tickets are $45. Combination tickets for both the Preview Party and tour are $60. Tickets are available at the Lackawanna Historical Society or by calling 570-344-3841.
For more information about this program, contact the Lackawanna Historical Society (232 Monroe Ave., Scranton) at 570-344-3841 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 1886 as the Lackawanna Institute of History and Science, the Lackawanna Historical Society provides the community with a record of local history through its museum and library collections, exhibits, and programs. In 1942, from the bequest of George H. Catlin, the society established its permanent home at Catlin’s 1912 residence. In 1965, Lackawanna County designated the Lackawanna Historical Society as the official county historical society, and the society continues to serve the county as a center for local history resources.
Photo courtesy of Covenant Presbyterian Church Facebook page