AOA Wing Luke Museum and Walking Tour

Spend the day in Seattle's International District learning about the experiences of Chinese Americans during the Depression. The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific Experience will provide a walking tour of Chinatown, we'll have lunch at the oldest Chinese restaurant in Seattle (Tai Tung) which will feature Chinese American dishes from the 1930's, then walk back to explore the museum. Look for YMCA staffer Heather Steele at the Woodinville Park and Ride and travel to and from downtown Seattle on public transportation. You are responsible for your own bus fare. Dress for the weather and a 90-minute /1.25 mile walking tour on pavement. We will go rain or shine. Bring exact change or loaded ORCA card for the bus fare; $1 each way for seniors. Recommended reading before tour: Songs of Willow Frost by Jamie Ford, the tale of a Chinese-American orphan in Depression-era Seattle searching for his mother, whom he believes is the famous singer Willow Frost. 15 spots available. 10 people must register by Thursday, April 19 in order to run the trip. Registration includes question about dietary restrictions. Restaurant cannot accommodate gluten allergies or vegan substitutions. No refunds for cancellations after April 19. Price includes museum fees for walking tour and admission, restaurant meal with tax and tip, and staff support time. For more information and the itinerary of the day, please click the "REGISTER NOW" button. For more information, http://www.wingluke.org

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