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Preservation advocates at AIA Maryland in Annapolis, 2019.

By Elly Colmers Cowan

Event Recap: Maryland History Advocacy Day 2019

On Thursday, January 31, 2019, history, architecture, and preservation advocates traveled from across the state to Annapolis to let their legislators know that preservation matters for our annual Maryland History Advocacy Day.

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Mon, 06/08.

Virtual Public Meeting on Historic Preservation hosted by the New Castle County Department of Land Use


Hosted by New Castle County Department of Land Use

Cost: Free

The New Castle County Department of Land Use invites you to a virtual public meeting to discuss multiple approaches to historic preservation, including legislation and community-based efforts. The first part of the meeting will feature Nicholas Redding, Executive Director of Preservation Maryland, who is a recognized leader in historic preservation approaches.

Tue, 06/16.

Free Webinar with Del. Brooke Lierman: “Preservation as Revitalization: Economic Recovery Strategies”


Hosted by Delegate Brooke Lierman

Cost: Free

Please join State Delegate Brooke Lierman and economist Donovan Rypkema of Place Economics along with Preservation Maryland Executive Director Nicholas Redding, architect Nakita Reed, and preservation developer John Renner for a discussion on the critical role older homes and historic communities can play in the post COVID-19 economy.

Wed, 08/26.

Maryland Women’s Leadership Conference

Annapolis, MD

Hosted by Maryland Commission for Women, Maryland Women's Heritage Center

Save the date for the 2020 Maryland Women’s Leadership Conference on Wednesday, August 26, 2020 in Annapolis presented by the Maryland Commission for Women with the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center. Celebrate 100 years of women’s voting rights, commemorate Maryland women who contributed to the campaign for women’s suffrage, and continue the tradition of advocacy for the women and girls of Maryland.

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