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Welcome to The Radburn Association:

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Radburn is a beautiful place to live and call home. A supportive community. Many generations living together and sharing our beautiful green space.

Radburn, a planned community, was started in 1929 by the City Housing Corporation from the plans developed by Clarence Stein and Henry Wright. The concept of the "new town" grew out of the older planned communities in Europe and the work of Ebenezer Howard and Patrick Geddes. The intent was to build a community which made provisions for the complexities of modern life, while still providing the amenities of open space, community service and economic viability.

Radburn FUNraiser "One Woman Show"

Broadway World Award-winning performer Celeste Mancinelli to perform  "CRYING ON THE CAMINO"

Saturday, March 9th at 7:00 PM Clubroom

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Sunday, March 10th at  2:00 PM Clubroom

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Radburn is happy to announce that Celeste Mancinelli has graciously set up a date for The Radburn community to participate in seeing her wonderful story of  ‘Crying on the Camino’ at Grange Hall on March 9th at 7:00 pm ....... Critically acclaimed actress, Celeste Mancinelli most recently performed her one woman show "Crying on the Camino at the Alberta Rose Theatre in Portland Oregon for a sold-out audience of 320.  This last performance followed a successful run of the show in Madrid and Santiago, Spain, Florida, Nevada, California covering ten states throughout the country.  She is thrilled to be performing in Radburn circling back to her hometown.The funds raised will go towards Radburn Association Tunnel and Grange projects. Suggested Donationof $10.00 per person is appreciated.  

Mancinelli tells a heartfelt story of walking 200 miles on Spain’s El Camino de Santiago, an ancient pilgrim path leading to Santiago de Compostela in northwest Spain. Each year, hundreds of thousands of pilgrims from around the world walk or bike various routes to reach the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela. This solo show is a true account of Mancinelli’s 2018 adventures with her two walking companions. An unlikely pilgrim, Mancinelli combines humor and poignancy to describe the high and lows, everyday horrors and, ultimately, the spiritual reward of arriving in Santiago.

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