In honor of the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, AAUW NC is sponsoring a bus trip to Seneca Falls, NY, leaving from Greensboro with a possible stop in Durham – May 1-3. (The trip leaving from Asheville has been cancelled.)
The charges are:
- Single room per person $738.00
- Double room per person $492.00
Note: There is a $50 surcharge for non-members. You are welcome to join AAUW at the national level ($59 for 12 months) and then return here to register. An AAUW member on the trip may sponsor one non-member and have the surcharge waived.
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Space is limited – do register early. If there are fewer than 45 reservations for the tour by February 15, the trip will be cancelled and full refunds issued.
NC to Richmond to Seneca Falls
We’ll leave Greensboro at 6 am.
On the way we’ll stop in Richmond to tour Maggie Walker‘s home. Maggie Lena Walker (1864-1934), was an African American teacher and businesswoman. She was the first African American female bank president to charter a bank in the United States.
After lunch in Richmond, we’ll continue on to Seneca Falls where we’ll spend the night.
Rochester to Gettysburg to NC
Leave Rochester early to head south.
Stop in Gettysburg, PA, to tour the Jennie Wade House, a museum dedicated to Gettysburg civilian casualty Jennie Wade with exhibits on domestic wartime life.
Lunch in Gettysburg.
Arrive Greensboro approximately 10 pm.