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Join us for an exciting inaugural ride highlighting Jewish History in St. Louis, MO. Starting at the Missouri Historical Society Research Library—the old United Hebrew Temple on Skinker Blvd—Warren Rosenblum, Professor of History at Webster University, and Amanda Clark from the Missouri Historical Society will lead us on a tour of four key locations, each with its own significance to the Jewish community in the city of St. Louis. These stops include:
Come for the synagogues, and stay for a good schvitz!
Trailnet Community Rides, presented by the Missouri Historical Society, are guided, slow-paced, group bike rides that explore the history and culture of the St. Louis Community.
Community Rides generally last around 3 hours. There are no staffed rest stops on these rides, and we cannot guarantee access to restrooms or water. Please plan accordingly.
Community Rides registration is capped at 75 participants. A smaller group allows us to manage riders on open city streets safely; ensures our docents/guides can effectively deliver information; and guarantees that local stops (museums, churches, businesses, etc…) won’t be overwhelmed when we roll up.
Start: Missouri Historical Society Library & Research Center 225 S Skinker Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63105
Check-in: 8 am
Ride Start: 9 am
Additional Ride information can be found at http://www.trailnet.org/rides.
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