Screening – Historic Signs and Storefronts of Yorkville

September 25, 2018


Webster Library

1465 York Avenue (between 77th and 78th Streets)

Join us for a screening of our short film, Historic Signs and Storefronts of Yorkville: Reminders of an Immigrant Enclave, a walking tour led by Tom Rinaldi, preservationist and author of New York Neon, and Cristiana Peña, HDC Board member and preservation consultant.  The 28-minute film will be screened at the NYPL’s Webster Branch in Yorkville, and followed by a reception.



This event is now at capacity.  Thank you for your interest in HDC!


Co-sponsored by the FRIENDS of the Upper East Side Historic Districts

This film was supported by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council. Additional support was provided by New York City Council Member Ben Kallos.

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