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You’re Invited: Unveiling of historic markers at Williams Park

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The unveiling of Williams Park City Square Tour historic marker plaques.  Join Saint Petersburg Preservation and Mayor Bill Foster in the official unveiling of four plaques recognizing historic structures around the city’s original town square, Williams Park.  The plaques denote the history of the Open Air Post Office, St. Peter’s Episcopal Cathedral, First United Methodist Church, and the Women’s Town Improvement Association building.  Each of these buildings will be featured in the Williams Park City Square historic walking tour.  The plaques were placed in a joint project by Saint Petersburg Preservation Inc. and the City of St. Petersburg.

May 4 at 10:30 am at the Open Air Post Office at the corner of 4th St. and 1st Avenue North.

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