Events

Thu, 01/24.
1:00pm — 2:00PM.

Preservation Maryland Legislative Priorities Webinar

The Internet

Hosted by Preservation Maryland, Smart Growth Maryland

Cost: Free

Join Preservation Maryland Executive Director Nicholas Redding, Director of Advocacy Elly Cowan, and Director of Smart Growth Maryland Kimberly Golden Brandt as they discuss preservation and smart growth priority issues for the 2019 Session of the Maryland General Assembly.

Sat, 01/26.
9:00am — 4:30PM.

Montgomery History Conference

Montgomery College Germantown Campus, 20200 Observation Dr, Germantown, MD 20876

Hosted by Montgomery History

Cost: $10-$60

Since 2007, the Montgomery County History Conference has been a venue for people of all ages and backgrounds—civic leaders, students, museum professionals and volunteers, history buffs, genealogists, and the general public—to explore and celebrate the many facets of our past that shape our community to this day. Hosted annually by Montgomery History, this day-long gathering includes workshops, presentations, and panel discussions covering a wide range of topics within the realm of local history.

Wed, 01/30.
4:00pm — 6:30PM.

Maryland Heritage Areas Coalition Annual Legislative Reception

Miller Senate Office, 11 Bladen St, Annapolis, MD 21401

Hosted by Maryland Heritage Areas Coalition

Cost: Free

Join the Maryland Heritage Areas Coalition as we celebrate old friends and new friends with another amazing year of Heritage Area programs. Celebrate Maryland’s unique heritage and learn how legislators can support our work. Friends of the Heritage Area program and Heritage Area board members are welcome. Wine and unique sodas served. Light appetizers served.

Thu, 01/31.
9:00am — 7:30PM.

Maryland Preservation Advocacy Day in Annapolis

AIA Maryland, 86 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis, MD 21401

Hosted by Preservation Maryland, AIA Maryland, Maryland Historical Trust

Cost: Free

Maryland deserves well-preserved historic communities, sites, and architecture, and the only way we’ll accomplish this is by working together in advocacy. On Thursday, January 31, 2019, history, humanities, architecture, and preservation advocates from across the state will descend on Annapolis to let their elected officials know that our state’s history is worth protecting. We will be advocating for the policies, programs, and funding that makes our collective work possible.

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