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Natural History Museum Scavenger (NOTE: change from bowling)
October 23, 2010Free
Please join us and the students from Mott Hall on Saturday, October 23rd, for a scavenger hunt at the Natural History Museum! The bowling trip, due to some unforeseen logistically problems, will be postponed until later in the year.
We will leave with the students from Mott Hall at 10:30 am (so please be 15 minutes early) and take the subway down to the Natural History Museum, where we will break into groups and eat lunch. Please bring a bagged lunch or money to buy. Please also be aware that volunteers are expected to pay their way on Urban Adventure events.
After the event the volunteers will help the students return to Mott Hall by 3:30 pm. In the event you cannot make the event, please let us know. We hope you can join us!
10:30 (please be 15 minutes early)
Mott Hall Elementary School 71 Convent Avenue (131st St. and Convent) New York, NY How
Do I get there? 1. Take the 1 train to 125th St. Walk east on 125th St to Amsterdam. Walk North
on Amsterdam to 131st St. Walk East on 131st St. to Convent Ave. School is on the East side
of Convent Ave. 2. Take B,D,A,C to 125th St. Walk West on 125th St. to Morningside Ave.
Walk North on Morningside Ave. Morningside Ave. turns into Convent Avenue. Walk North on
Convent Ave. to 131st. St. School is on the East side of Convent Ave. at 131st. St.
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