Tagged as Colleague and Partner Event

Thu, 04/02.

Webinar: Federal Policy Response to the Coronavirus and Implications for Preservation Field


Hosted by Preservation Leadership Forum

Cost: Free

Join us for the first in a series of webinars hosted by Preservation Leadership Forum focused on providing information, tools, and strategies for the preservation field as we move together through this pandemic. In response to challenges posed by the coronavirus, Congress has passed three funding packages and is likely to work on more in the coming weeks and months. In this first webinar, the Government Relations team at the National Trust for Historic Preservation and others will pars out what these packages mean for the many working in preservation field. Hear about some of the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead.

Fri, 04/24.

Virtual Lecture: “Creating A Usable Path for Women’s Suffrage”


Hosted by Baltimore National Heritage Area, The Peale Center

Cost: Free

The theme this year’s “It’s More than History” lecture series from the Baltimore National Heritage Area is the Year of the Woman. In this lecture, join Sylvea Hollis, a National Park Service/National Park Foundation Mellon Humanities Fellow, as she explores “Creating A Usable Path for Women’s Suffrage.”

Sun, 06/07.

Paddle Pick-Up in Patapsco

The Cycle Mill Bike Shop, 169 Frederick Road, Ellicott City, MD 21043

Hosted by Patapsco Heritage Greenway

Cost: $0-$30

Calling all paddle enthusiasts! If you love getting out on the Patapsco with your kayak, canoe, or paddle-board, or if you want to get started, this event is for you!

Sun, 06/21.

Festival del Rio Patapsco

Hosted by Patapsco Heritage Greenway, Friends of Patapsco Valley State Park

Latinx visitors to our area are an opportunity to engage a new audience in our mission, learn from Latinx audiences about their own stewardship efforts, and create more inclusive heritage tourism opportunities in the Patapsco Valley. Patapsco Heritage Greenway is planning a Festival del Rio Patapsco on June 21, 2020. This event is being planned in partnership with Friends of Patapsco Valley State Park.

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