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Historic tours offer a walk through Reno history
"Things are really kind of happening right now," said Ainsworth, who will lead the walk. "The Nevada, California, Oregon Railroad building is being refurbished, the old Morris Hotel is now the New Balance Kids Trainers Burner Hotel. There's a lot of neat things going on in that neighborhood."
The tour will be led by Sharon Honig Bear, who spent several years working in the downtown Reno Library, which is one of the buildings on the tour. Others include the New Balance Ladies Runners
Among the other tours this year will be the historic East Fourth Street corridor, a neighborhood that has been reinventing itself in recent months.
A new addition to this year's walks is a tour of the city's mid century modern architecture, which will take place on May 20. During the last session of the Nevada Legislature, the Assembly passed a resolution designating the date as Day in the state.
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through one of Reno's earliest additions. Includes a stop at the Lake Mansion. Meet at the Nevada Museum of Art, 160 W. Liberty St.
The walks generally last from one and a half to two hours. May 3
Roads and Rails, Historic Fourth Street Corridor
Tour guide: Debbie Hinman
Details: Discover the historic origins of the Lincoln Highway and the Nevada, California and Oregon Railroad, stopping to appreciate the Barengo/NCO building, Flanigan warehouse, and other vestiges of the corridor's heyday. Meet at Louis Basque Corner, 301 E. Fourth St.
Another stop on this tour will be the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts, one of the city's most recognizable buildings.
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This year's series of guided walks begin May 3 and continue most Saturdays and Tuesdays through late June.
Details: Witness downtown Reno as it has reinvented itself for 150 years. This tour links the downtown Reno arches with stories of the forces that shaped the town: railroad and mining, immigrants, as a notorious divorce and gambling mecca and now as a livable cultural hub. Walk in the footsteps of Bill Harrah, Myron Lake, Baby Face Nelson, Frederic DeLongchamps and others. Meet at the National Automobile Museum, 10 S. Lake St. May 10
"old" Reno City Hall, which is now the home of the Discovery Museum, and the "new" Reno City Hall, which was formerly the First Interstate Bank building.
Details: Meander past divorce trade dwellings and Victorian architecture, New Balance Shoes India Price
"We decided we wanted to do something to celebrate that architectural style," said Cindy Ainsworth of the Historic Reno Preservation Society. "Many times, it gets left out when people are thinking about our history. They tend to focus more on the turn of the century styles. This one will be focused on downtown."
Ainsworth said each walk is limited to 30 people and reservations are required to participate. The tours are $10 per person, but free to members of the Historic Reno Preservation Society.
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