An annual exploration of the histories of Patapsco Valley presented in cooperation with the Valley’s various stakeholders’ organizations. A dozen partners will offer over 20 programs including lectures, exhibits, guided tours, movie screenings, and more to engage visitors interested in a variety of experiences.

Tagged In: Educational Event,

Fri, 03/01.
4:30pm — 7:00PM.

Special Event: “Trailblazing Women of Architecture in Maryland” with Jillian Storms, AIA

Bordley History Center, Historical Society of Kent County, 301 High Street in Chestertown, MD

Hosted by Early Women of Architecture in Maryland, AIA Chesapeake Bay, Baltimore Architecture Foundation, Historical Society of Kent County

Cost: Free

In honor of Women’s History Month, the Historical Society of Kent County will host an exhibit and free presentation on Trailblazing Women of Architecture in Maryland at the Bordley History Center at 301 High Street in Chestertown, Maryland starting on Friday, March 1, 2019.

Civil War Trails Inc. will host a meeting for its members on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Virginia’s Eastern Shore, and Delaware. There will be a general program update, as well as updates from participating states. Please pass this invitation along to anyone who may be interested in attending.

Tagged In: Advocacy Event,

Tue, 03/12 — 03/14.

National Historic Preservation Advocacy Week

Kimpton Hotel Palomar, 2121 P St NW, Washington, DC 20037

Hosted by Preservation Action, National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers

Preservation Action and the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers (NCSHPO) are pleased to announce National Historic Preservation Advocacy Week will take place March 12-14,2019 at the Kimpton Palomar Hotel in Washington, DC. One of the most effective ways of sharing information with Congress is through direct meetings, and Advocacy Week is our annual opportunity to have a mass impact on opinion leaders and policy makers. This is especially important as a new Congress will be sworn-in in January. With more than 100 new members of Congress coming to Washington, educating members on historic preservation issues will be critical. Together with a cohesive message in support of preservation-positive legislation we can ensure a strong future for the federal historic preservation program.

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