Depot Community Room’s May 7th Walking Tour Features Women of Henderson

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Next Walking Tour to Highlight Historical Henderson Women

Henderson, Kentucky highlights women of history in upcoming Walking Tour. The Depot Community Room’s free guided walking tour takes place on Saturday, May 7, beginning at 10 a.m. at the Depot, located at 101 N. Main Street, in Henderson, Kentucky. Learn about one of the great influencers of founding Mother’s Day, and more information about other outstanding women that lived in Henderson.

Led by local historian Frank Nally, this tour takes an easy walking route through downtown Henderson and lasts approximately one hour.

While reservations are not required for the free walking tours, guests are encouraged to arrive approximately 15 minutes before tour time.

The Depot Community Room offers free walking tours the first Saturday of each month from April through November.

Future themed walks include:
June: W. C. Handy – his time in Henderson, and his early music
July: A Taste of Henderson’s History
August: Henderson Businesses: past and present
September: Birds in the Air, Bones in the Dirt
October: Scavenger Hunt
November: Cultures that Shaped Henderson

Visit our website at or like us on Facebook. Enjoy the historical exhibits and displays at Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm and Saturdays 10am-2pm. The Depot Community Room’s mission is to bring Henderson’s rich history alive through a wide range of exhibits and events designed to enlighten and inform.

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