COS COB, Conn. -- The Greenwich Historical Society's History on Wheels program will take place from 1:30 to 2:15 p.m. June 21 at Greenwich Point.
This year's program is linked to the celebration of the 375th birthday of Greenwich and focuses on key events in the Point's history.
At the annual celebration, participants will meet at the first parking lot on the right after entering the park then cycle around the point. Participants will pause at various stops to hear stories and see the ruins and photos from the society's collection.
Participation in History on Wheels is free and a park pass is not required. Participants are required to bring their own bicycles and helmets, and a bottle of water is recommended.
Greenwich Point is at Tod's Driftway in Old Greenwich.
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