Compass Rose History Experiences Introduces 1926 Sarasota: A Guided Walking Tour Experience

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Compass Rose History Experiences announces the launch of 1926 Sarasota: A Guided Walking Tour Experience. Guides Mimi Cirbusova and Andrea Knies navigate attendees on a journey back in time to experience the triumphs and tragedies of this pivotal year in Sarasota’s history. Locals and visitors alike will enjoy being emersed in stories of the people and places of Sarasota in 1926. Tours meet at Five Points Park in Downtown Sarasota and cover a distance of less than one mile over the 75-90 minute tour. All tours begin at 3:30 pm and are currently available on Saturday, January 29th, Friday, February 25th, and Saturday, March 26th. Tickets cost $19.26 and must be purchased in advance. For the safety and experience of the guests, tours are limited to 20 participants. Compass Rose History Experiences is owned and operated by Mimi Cirbusova and Andrea Knies. Their mutual love of local history inspires them to share their knowledge and passion with the world — not just their friends at happy hour. Both women serve their community in various history-related volunteer roles, and are known to “fall down the rabbit hole” of historical research. Both have tattoos related to Sarasota. Both are known to talk about dead people as if they were alive.

 

 

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