If you’re interested in seeing one of Newark’s best looking and most historic neighborhoods, I invite you to come on my December 14th walking tour of Weequahic. We’re going to be starting at Divident Hill and moving on to sites representative of Weequahic’s farm days, the creation of the park, the development of the neighborhood, the Jewish heyday, and African-American present.
Weequahic may appear suburban, but if you know where to look, Weequahic has just as many layers of history as the Ironbound, the North Ward, and every other part of Newark.
The tour is free if you have already been on one of my tours before, $10 if it’s your first time adults, $5 for first timers under 18.
We will be meeting at 12:15 at Divident Hill (the intersection of Lyons and Elizabeth Avenues).
More information is available at my website.