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This walking tour explores the city’s growth from flour millers to “cake eaters,” how one of the first planned suburban neighborhoods in the United States helped transition an agricultural settlement to a community synonymous with wealth. We’ll discuss the racial and economic impact of the Country Club neighborhood, the city’s reputation as Cake Eaters, and African American berry farmer BC Yancey. The tour is 2.5 miles of walking on uneven surfaces.
Tour departs from:  Utley Park, near picnic pavilion, 4521 W 50th St, Edina, 55424
Parking at:    Utley Park or Wooddale Park, 4500 W 50th St, Edina, 55424
General:  $14
Student/Senior:  $12
HHM Member:  $10

Photo courtesy of Edina Historical Society

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