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The 10th Annual Learning Exchange

Building Our Capacity to Impact the World-Individually & Collectively
May 4-6, 2006 in Bryn Mawr (20 minutes from Philadelphia)


Philadelphia is known as the City of Brotherly Love and the birthplace of democracy in the United States.  There is much to see and do! Great restaurants, historic sites, walking tours in local neighborhoods, and museums abound. Below are a number of links to websites that describe various sites and tours that may be of interest to you while you are here.

Philadelphia Convention and Visitor's Bureau            www.pcvb.org

The official Visitor's Site of Greater Philadelphia         www.gophila.com

Philadelphia Visitor's Guide                                      www.Phillyvisitor.com

In addition, the planning team is in the process of researching the possibility of hosting a mural tour of Philadelphia. The city is very well known for its wonderful murals on walls throughout the city. This could be on either May 3rd, the Wednesday before the LE or the afternoon of Saturday May 6th after the conclusion of the LE.  Please e-mail Marie McCormick at pmccg@aol.com if you would be interested in this tour. Tour will be subject to number of people interested.

Register now: Click here for the registration form!





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