October 22, 2013
Seats still available for 150th trolley tours this week
Reserve your seat today — it is not too late.
The K-State 150th Celebration and University Community Learning Center, or UFM, will partner for once-in-a-lifetime trolley tours of Manhattan highlighting "150 Years of the People and Places of KSU." Riley County Historical Society and Museum director Cheryl Collins provides a lively anecdotal history of the most historic people and places related to our K-State history in the past 150 years. Snacks and drinks will be provided.
Seating on the Manhattan Trolley is still available for the 2-4 p.m. Oct. 24 tour — beginning and ending at Goldstein Circle, just north of McCain Auditorium and south of the Anderson Hall lawn.
Tickets are $18 per person. Register at ufmprograms.org or by calling 785-539-8763.
We hope to see you on this commemorative tour of Manhattan and K-State.