Brookline Local Walk

October 11, 2014

When: October 11th 2 pm
Length 1 Hour around Brookline
Start: Holiday Inn
Meet: Lobby of the Holiday Inn which is near the check in on the St Paul side of the Hotel.
Walk to Hall’s Pond
Then go to near former building of Hebrew College –see Beech trees
After that go to Panera Bread for a meal
Part of the trip-
Start Holiday Inn as the starting point. Cross Beacon at St. Paul Street
Continue to walk toward Boston on Beacon and see Temple Ohabei Shalom from the outside.
After Ohabei one is at Kent Street which can be crossed and walked up for two blocks coming to Beech Street which borders the Longwood Mall Park.
If you would like the rest of the info, you must be on this walk to find out the rest of it.

Event Location: Holiday Inn
1200 Beacon Street, Brookline, Massachusetts, 02446

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Saturday, October 11, 2014, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
* Registration closes on October 10th
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