Guided Tour – Prohibition Era Ithaca

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/15/2022
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Location
The History Center at Tompkins County

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##TOUR DATES
Thursday 7/14 (5:30pm), Friday 7/15 (5:30pm), Saturday 7/16 (11am and 4pm)
and Thursday 7/21 (5:30pm), Friday 7/22 (5:30pm), Saturday 7/23 (11am and 4pm)

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Tickets are $15/person. Pre-registration required.
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This specialty tour offers audiences to explore prohibition from the safety of the 21st century. The walking tour visits some of the local haunts that sprung up after Ithaca went dry in October 1918, several years before the Volstead Act enforced the 18th Amendment. Join The History Center for scandalous tales of exciting raids and intoxicated shenanigans set against the backdrop of Ithaca during the roaring 1920’s.
**This is not a food/beverage tour**

#All tours will meet in the atrium of the Tompkins Center for History & Culture on the Ithaca Commons.

CANCELLATION POLICY – This program supports educational programming from The History Center. We are unable to accommodate cancellations or refund ticket prices as we depend on these funds, however if you contact us 24 hours in advance we are happy to re-schedule to any of our other walking tours this year (thehistorycenter.net/tours).

WEATHER POLICY – If there is inclement weather predicted for the day of the tour, we will decide by 9am the morning of the tour whether to cancel or go ahead. If the tour is cancelled we will offer a later rain date to all registrants or refund your ticket price in full.

COVID-19 POLICY – The History Center will follow the most up to date guidance from the Tompkins County Health Department. Our organization is a mask friendly space and encourage visitors to practice what is most comfortable to them regarding mask wearing. Learn more at thehistorycenter.net/health.
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##LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
This event will take place in the traditional and contemporary lands of the Gayogo̱hó:nǫ’ Nation (often known by the mispronunciation Cayuga), one of the Six Nations of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. Learn more at thehistorycenter.net/land-acknowledgment.

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