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Heart of the Civil War Heritage Area hosted a Pokémon Go workshop to explore engagement at historic sites that took place at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in October 2016 and collaboratively examined how museums, parks, and historic sites can leverage the popular game to bring in new (and potentially, younger) visitors.

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Training Recap: Historic Window Workshop

On Saturday, September 17, 2016, Preservation Maryland hosted a dozen enthusiastic homeowners, DIYers, and preservationists at half-day workshop on historic window restoration led by historic preservation expert Douglas Claytor that took place at the Cozy Inn tourist cabin at the Thurmont Historical Society.

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By Margaret De Arcangelis

Recap: Preservation Summer School 2016

On Thursday, July 21, more than 120 people gathered at the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center in Frederick for an amazing day of networking and education. This year’s Summer School was our biggest and best yet with 20 speakers from around the state and the country joining together to share lessons learned, bright new ideas and successful tricks of the trade.

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By Margaret De Arcangelis

Recap: Preservation Summer School 2015

Preservation Maryland recently convened one of the largest gatherings of Main Street and Heritage Area staff and supporters for a one-day intensive Summer School program on economic development and heritage tourism.

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