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New Lawrenceville Trolley Tour of Homes

By Dltmontana

After the 1st Annual St. Patrick’s Day Festival
(Gwinnett County’s Largest St. Patrick’s Day Festival with over 3,000 in attendance), New Lawrenceville is once again presenting the community with an “EVENT” that should not be missed!
The 3rd Annual “New Lawrenceville Trolley Tour of Homes”

“Don’t Give Up The Ship” these famous words ring out from Captain James Lawrence before he dies and in 1821 the City of Lawrenceville was established in his honor. Do you know how many people are buried on the Historic Courthouse grounds? Soldiers would pass through Lawrenceville on their way to battles Bring your family to learn who were the Ezzard’s, Monfort’s, Jordan’s and Maltbie’s and their impact in the Lawrenceville community.

New Lawrenceville Trolley Tour of Homes
Our County and Country also had many interesting facts and stories that tie in at the same time as Lawrenceville see how they had a role in the city’s creation. History is and has always been important to remember, it is why and who we are today. Many names, places and events have happened throughout the history of Lawrenceville, come ride on our trolley and hear them all from Author, Historian and life-long native of Lawrenceville – Mary Long.
New Lawrenceville Trolley Tour of Homes
We have created a journey of our history, local businesses and residential areas to allow you to escape and listen to stories of a simpler time and take you back to yesteryear with New Lawrenceville’s Trolley Tour of Homes. It will be a great quality family filled afternoon spent on the Historic Lawrenceville Square.

You can be a sponsor of this wonderful event by advertising with our Trolley Tour Magazine for as low as $100. This high quality full size, glossy magazine will have featured stories of the history of Lawrenceville and several of our historic stops. This Trolley Tour Edition is most certainly something people will keep for a long time, so be sure your company is recognized.

Come join us in the Crepe Myrtle City for Sunday tours starting May 1st – every Sunday 1pm & 3pm thru – June 26, 2011.

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