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THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB AT 141 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Hosted by @AlbanyArchives Matt Malette and the City of Albany Gardener Jess Morgan
Think you know Albany’s history? Join us for a fun-filled event in honor of Tulip Festival!
$10 per person: light fare, cash bar | Sign-up online at www.albanyinstitute.org
This event is presented in conjunction with the City of Albany and the Albany County Convention and Visitors Bureau and sponsored by All Over Albany.
Proceeds go to support the Albany-Nijmegen Sister-City Projects of the Capital City Fund
IMAGE: Workmen Installing Tulip Festival Advertisement, Unidentified photographer, Gelatin silver print, ht. 8 1/2" x w. 6", Albany Institute of History & Art Library, Morris Gerber Collection_F49B26P_1993.010.5478P
There are three events on May 10:
- 5—6PM Reception| $50 per person | Albany-Nijmegen: The Sister-City Initiative
- 6:15—7:15PM Public Program | free admission | Albany-Nijmegen: Sister-City History
- 7:30—9PM Special Event | $10 per person | Tulip Trivia: The History & Mystery of Albany's Tulip Festival
The Sister City Project: Albany-Nijmegen
Albany Medical Center
The Dutch Settlers Society of Albany
The Foy Fund of the Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region
Jay Harold Jakovic, Esq.
Charles M. Liddle III & Nancy H. Liddle Fund of the Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region
New York State Archives & New York State Archives Partnership Trust
Chet and Karen Opalka
Frank and Sarah Slingerland
Standish Family Fund of the Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region
Special Thanks to The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region