DUST TRACKS ON A ROAD
Take a 1.2 mile expedition into early Eatonville as told through the eyes of “Eatonville’s daughter,” Zora Neale Hurston.
“I was born in a Negro town. I do not mean by that the black back-side of an average town. Eatonville, Florida, is, and was at the time of my birth, a pure Negro Town…”
Excerpts taken from Hurston’s autobiography, Dust Tracks on a Road, creates an immersive experience that’s hard to forget. You’ll learn about the three pillars, community, education, and religion, that made up Eatonville life then and now.
Your tour will be a comfortable walking or biking experience accompanied by storytelling and refreshments.