Before and Below I-95
Celebrate Fascinating Riverfront Findings
During Archeology Month!
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
7:00 — 8:30 PM
St. Michael’s Lutheran Church
Trenton Ave. & E. Cumberland St. 19125
Seniors, children and families especially welcome!
Before & Below I-95: Archeological and Historical Discoveries
Presented by the Central Delaware Advocacy Group (CDAG) in cooperation with PennDOT
Thanks to CDAG member organizations & partners, and the GIR Sustainable Action Committee, and other community people & organizations supporting this event!
PennDOT GIR info: 95revive.com
Central Delaware Advocacy Group (CDAG): centraldelawareadvocacygroup.wordpress.com
For event information or to host a table, contact Laura Lanza at 215-990-3196
For CDAG info: Steve Weixler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior URS Archeologists Douglas Mooney & George Cress, and other experts (including local historian Ken Milano) reveal exciting findings unearthed from PennDOT’s I-95/Girard Avenue Interchange Improvement Project (GIR).
Learn about ancient Indian settlements, Gunner’s Run (below Aramingo Ave.) and the Cramps Building slated to be demolished in 2011! — all in the neighborhood.
This community event will have stories, actual artifacts (above), video, maps, photos & lots of fun!
Light refreshments will be served.