WALKING TOUR: A HISTORY OF FLOODING AT THE NATIONAL MALL
Did you know Washington DC has its own levee system? Or that many of the memorials and monuments on the National Mall are prone to flooding? Join us on a 2-mile walking tour, guided by Nick Bonard of the National Capital Planning Commission, as we explore the City's history of flooding with the National Mall as our backdrop.
Saturday, June 4, 10:00 AM to 12:00 NOON
National Mall, Washington, DC
Meet at the entrance to the Smithsonian Metro Station at 10:00 AM, Rain or Shine.
The tour will conclude at the Federal Triangle Metro Station at approximately 12 noon.
NCRS members are invited to join us after the event at a near-by restaurant for our Annual meeting.
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