Roslyn, Herricks and East Williston Adult Education are offering a fascinating course, Armchair Tour: Ethnic New York, on the evening of Thursday, Dec. 11.
Susan Zuckerman will take attendees on a tour of the many sites in New York City that trace the history of the Italians, Jews, Chinese and other ethnic groups that have given the city and surrounding area its unique character.
From Ellis Island where many of the area residents’ forebears disembarked upon arriving in America, to the neighborhoods of the Lower East Side, Chinatown, Little Italy and others where new immigrants lived, this tour of New York’s ethnic history will span centuries and large areas of the city, all from the comfort of an Adult Education classroom. This will be an entertaining evening of history and anecdotes told in words and pictures.
Residents of Roslyn, East Williston and Herricks School Districts pay the resident rate for this course, which is held in the Roslyn Public Schools Annex at 440 Round Hill Rd., next door to Roslyn High School and across the street from the East Hills School (in the St. Mary’s building).
Registration forms can be sent via mail, fax or in person between 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays at the Annex. A $5 registration fee must be included. (Registrations will not be taken over the phone.)
For information, call 516-801-5091 or visit online at: www.roslynschools.org and click on Community and then on Adult Education.