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Evans Churchill Neighborhood to host 2nd Annual Interesting Interiors Tour, November 3
The Evans Churchill Community Association will hold its 2nd Annual Interesting Interiors Tour featuring more than a dozen neighborhood landmarks, businesses, and residences in Downtown Phoenix’s Evans Churchill Neighborhood on Saturday, November 3, 2012 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tour attendees will have the opportunity to take a self-guided tour discovering the interiors of commercial and residential properties in the neighborhood including the historic Louis Emerson and Brockway houses, Monorchid, Combine studio, and 300M, among others. Attendees are encouraged to take the tour then head over to the Roosevelt Row Pie Social on Second and Roosevelt Streets to enjoy the 2 free tastings they receive with each Interesting Interiors Tour ticket purchase.
Biking and walking tour routes will be available so everyone is encouraged to “go green” as they tour the neighborhood. For more information about the event, visit evanschurchill.org. Tour tickets may be purchased online at evanschurchill.eventbrite.com or the day of the tour at MADE Art Boutique, 922 N. 5th St.
Admission is $10 adults, $8 for seniors and students (with valid ID), and free for children six years and younger. All proceeds from the tour will benefit the Evans Churchill Neighborhood Association. Additional information about the Roosevelt Row Pie Social is available at http://www.rooseveltrow.org
About Evans Churchill Neighborhood
Evans Churchill is one of the most exciting neighborhoods in Arizona. This mixed-use, mixed-density area is a truly urban neighborhood that combines history, award-winning restaurants and shops, and some of the finest living options in a walkable area of downtown Phoenix. The neighborhood is part of the Roosevelt Row Arts District and includes amenities such as the Phoenix Public Market, a portion of Phoenix Biomedical Campus, a portion of Arizona State University’s downtown campus, and one of the busiest stops along METRO Light Rail. For more information about the neighborhood, visit http://www.evanschurchill.org