Preservation Maryland convenes the preservation community and industry of the Mid-Atlantic at their annual conference, the Old Line State Summit.
This year the Old Line State Summit will be held at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis and offers an engaging keynote speaker, interactive group sessions, and two tracks of sessions that will include topics, such as; replacement materials, historic house museums, LGBTQ interpretation, preservation advocacy, Ellicott City flood recovery report, and organizational fundraising.
Preservation Maryland expects nearly 150 diverse participants, including architects, planners, engineers, conservators, community volunteers, museum professionals, Main Street managers, fundraisers, small business owners, students and many more to attend the Summit.
You. If you’re a Marylander committed to protecting and promoting the history and heritage of the Old Line State, we welcome you. Attendees and speakers are typically architects, planners, engineers, conservators, community volunteers, museum professionals, Main Street managers, fundraisers, small business owners and students.
Historic Inns of Annapolis are offering a special rate of $189+tax/night at The Governor Calvert House for the nights of Tuesday, July 11 and Wednesday, July 12, 2017. Make your reservation by June 11, 2017 and use the code “Old Line State Summit.”
The Old Line Summit was organized and supported by Preservation Maryland with assistance from City of Annapolis, Four Rivers Heritage Area, Historic Annapolis, Maryland Historical Trust, University of Maryland.
Sponsorship opportunities are available; contact Doug Harbit at 410-685-2886, x307 or firstname.lastname@example.org.