H i s t o r i c
On Saturday, June 13th and Sunday, June 14th, 1998, join the Jackson Heights Beautification Group in celebrating
Jackson Heights, the first planned garden and cooperative apartment community in America.
Saturday, June 13th
Slide Lecture on the History of Jackson Heights
At 10:45 AM and 12:15 PM at St. Mark's Church, 33-50 82 Street (at 34th Ave.); Free
Find out more about our unique Historic District; (Please come early, seating is limited)
Exhibition of Vintage Photographs/Memorabilia and Entries in the Student Art Contest
From 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM at St. Mark's Church, 33-50 82 Street (at 34th
View original photographs and also see first hand how local students have been inspired by the Jackson
Heights Historic District and the architectural details around them.
A Self-Guided Garden Tour of Private Interior Gardens
From 12 Noon to 4:00 PM. Visit the gardens at your own pace, following a map included in your ticket;
Tickets can be purchased in advance or in front of St. MArk's Church on Saturday morning; $8
Sunday, June 14th
Escorted Walking Tours of the Historic District(Rain or
At 12 Noon. Tickets should be purchased or reserved in advance. The tours will meet in front of
St. Mark's Church, northwest corner of 82nd Street and 34th Avenue; $8
Save Money by Attending More than One Event!
Tickets for the Garden Tour, Walking Tour are $8 each or$12 for two events.
For ticket information and directions leave a message at: (212) 439-8784
Directions: Take the E, F, G, R trains to Roosevelt Avenue (74
Street); #7 train to 82 Street; Q32 Bus to 81 Street & 34th Ave.
St. Mark's Church is three blocks north of Roosevelt Avenue and the 82nd Street #7 train stop.
Return to Jackson Heights Beautification Group
last revised May 13 1998
by David Goldfarb