Sandwiching in History: Quaker Meeting House

February 7, 2020 12 PM to February 7, 2020 1PM

Quaker Meeting House, Little Rock - 3415 West Markham Street, Little Rock AR

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Quaker Meeting House, 3415 W Markham St., Little Rock (February 7)

This Craftsman bungalow was originally built as a residence for the Anderson family in 1926. The house features unique exterior flourishes including the stone exterior, decorative chimney pots, and millstones integrated in the adjacent rock and iron fence. The house has served as the meeting place for the Little Rock Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) since 1995.

This is event is free and open to the public. This event does not require an RSVP.Those attending the tours are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes, seasonally and weather appropriate clothing, and exercise respect for property owners and pedestrians when parking. Tours generally occur rain or shine, however those interested should follow the AHPP’s Facebook page for any last minute news about tours as severe weather has caused postponements or rescheduling in the past.


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