History doesn’t change, but how people work to preserve the history in our midst does and must adapt to the realities of the times we live in.
ARCH’s April 27 Fun & Free Lecture Series event will address that topic with “Preservation Tomorrow.” The lecture begins at 11 a.m. April 27 at the Allen County Public Library downtown in Meeting Room B.
Historic preservation is changing. That message was loud and clear at the 2019 Indiana State Historic Preservation Conference that ARCH Executive Director Connie Haas Zuber just returned from. She shares news from the conference and highlights of statewide awards in this lecture.
The event is part of ARCH’s Fun & Free Lecture Series supported by generous funding from Arts United, the Foellinger Foundation and the Sledd Foundation. The public is welcome. Information about ARCH and ARCH memberships will be available, but you do not have to be an ARCH member to attend and enjoy the presentation.
The lecture is free and open to the public. For more information, contact ARCH at (260) 426-5117 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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