Roadrunner Emporium Presents The New York Avenue History Tour 1900 to Present


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Come join the Roadrunner Emporium Historian Chris Edwards for a history lesson with a tour of the Historic New York Avenue. Chris begins the tour with a history lesson of 1900 Alamogordo and the history of 928 New York Avenue which was built as a bank in 1900, from there the tour group walks to Victoria 913 and learns of the Ghosts of New York Avenue, then we proceed to the Sands Theater built in 1928, 1100 New York, the Flickinger Center for a behind the scenes history tour, New York Art and Music and see unique art and the drum set that went on tour with Prince, then tour the Gardens of New York for a hosted lunch, then off to the historic Coke Plant converted to a private residence with millions in artwork and more, next to Otero Arts in the historic Alamogordo Womens Club of the 1930s then ending at the Tularosa Basin Museum hosted tour.

The tour has been featured in New Mexico Influence Magazine, New Mexico Magazine and showcased on numerous radio shows and newspaper articles.

Where: 928 New York Avenue Alamogordo

Saturday March 18th

Time: 1030 am to 12:30 pm

Roadrunner Emporium partners with neighbors to teach the history and culture in Alamogordo. 

Class Fee is $20.00 and includes a salad or sandwhich lunch & entrance ticket to Museum. 

RSVP in advance in person or by calling 7078806238.

Roadrunner Emporium Fine Arts Gallery, Antiques & More
928 New York Avenue
Alamogordo, NM 88310
United States

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