Friends of Mount Hope Winter Tours
Saturday, April 19
at 1 p.m.
Experience the beauty of Mount Hope Cemetery in winter on a guided walking tour along flat, paved roads. This tour lasts 60-90 minutes, depending on weather conditions. In addition to general information on the cemetery, the tour includes stops at the grave of Rufus Sibley, a founder of Sibley, Lindsay and Curr; the 1912 chapel; the cemetery's second tallest monument, erected in memory of Hartwell Carver by the Union Pacific Railroad; and the man who inspired "Billy Pilgrim" in Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five.
Meet at the South cemetery entrance at 1133 Mt. Hope Ave. (opposite The Distillery restaurant)
Admission: $5/person. Free for members and children under 16 (accompanied by an adult)
Arbor Day Celebration
Friday, April 25, 2014 at 11 a.m. (Rain or Shine)
Mount Hope Cemetery is honored to serve as the site for this year's celebration. A Dawn Redwood is being planted to aid in the Reforest Mount Hope campaign. Refreshments will be served.
Meet at the Mt. Hope Avenue North Entrance, Opposite Robinson Drive