CA to Host Public Columbia Orientation Program Tour on President’s Day

Tour to be held February 20; pre-registration is required

The Columbia Association (CA) will host its next complimentary Columbia Orientation Program Tour on Monday, February 20, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The tour will introduce CA offerings, educate tour guests on Columbia landmarks and encourage community involvement and engagement. This tour will be open to the public.

Advance registration is required, and space is limited. Interested community members may register online at http://columbiaorientation.eventbrite.com. Deadline to register is Thursday, February 16.

The Columbia Orientation Program was launched in November 2010 to introduce Columbia residents and businesses to Columbia landmarks and CA’s many programs and services. The tours are free and will last approximately two and a half hours. Depending on the audience, the tour may include exposure to a fitness facility, golf club, village center, art center and more; as well as Columbia landmarks, such as Historic Oakland, Symphony Woods and others. For more information, or to express interest in a tour for your organization, please contact the Maggie J. Brown Welcome Center at 410-715-3100. To learn more, please visit ColumbiaAssociation.org/OrientationProgram.

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For media inquiries, contact:

Kelly Cooper
410-715-3104 

kelly.cooper@columbiaassociation.org

10221 Wincopin Circle, Columbia, Maryland 21044
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Columbia Orientation Program Tour on Columbia Matters – November 2011  

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