When: Sat., Nov. 2, 12 p.m. 2013
@ Herron-Morton Place Neighborhood, 16th and Pennsylvania Sts.
Herron High School and historic neighborhood buildings will offer tours and be open for business from noon-5 p.m. Along with Herron High School (former home of Herron School of Art), they include Foundry Provisions (236 E. 16th St.), Penn Arts building apartments (111 E. 16th St.), and the Piccadilly building (22-36 East 16th St.). Brother Juniper’s restaurant will be serving its famous sandwiches from the kitchen of Joy of All Who Sorrow Church at 1516 N. Delaware.