From the website:
Share in the light as it glides through the Tiffany and LaFarge stained glass windows and fills the chambers of the Old Stone Church, the oldest surviving structure on Cleveland's Public Square. Then witness the awesome English gothic architecture of the Trinity Cathedral, sculpted from cut-and-molded limestone and home to the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio.
Locations: Old Stone Church at 5:30 p.m. (91 Public Sq.) and Trinity Cathedral at 6:30 p.m. (2230 Euclid Ave.)
A full-tour series package is available for $40 for members and $60 for non-members. To purchase the package, call 216.621.0082 no later than Friday, January 19, 2007.
Other tours are as follows: Baptist Churches (1/25/07); Mosques (3/3/07); Tremont Churches (3/24/07); and Synagogues (4/17/07).
The Cleveland 101 Series was created to introduce participants to the city's history and the challenges and successes of urban renewal and revitalization. It is a chance for newcomers and natives alike to explore their town like never before.
Sponsored by City Club New Leaders and Cleveland Bridge Builders in partnership with Islamic Medical Association of North America for the Case Medical School, Jewish Community Federation Young Leadership Division, MotivAsians for Cleveland, Muslim Student Association of Case Western Reserve University, Urban League of Greater Cleveland Young Professionals, and Young Latino Network.
Official Website: http://www.cityclub.org/content/speakers/SpeakerDetail.aspx?spkID=5431
Added by sspivack on December 30, 2006