Join the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance for our biennial conference, "Preserving Community Character: Critical Issues and Opportunities,” in Littleton, N.H., a historic North Country village with one of our state's most vibrant downtowns.
The conference offers great opportunities to learn about new preservation strategies and network with other preservation advocates and practitioners. This year’s conference includes the presentation of the 2019 Preservation Achievement Awards.
Register at https://bit.ly/2v3py5a
Recognized experts in historic preservation and community leaders will lead sessions focused on saving and re-purposing community landmarks, preservation tools and techniques, and best practices to effectively make your case through storytelling and fundraising. Participants can join round-table discussions at lunch on topics of their choice.
The day’s events include historic tours of downtown Littleton, with local perspectives on the town’s award-winning Main Street. The conference concludes with a networking reception at the Littleton Community House, a beautifully restored Victorian mansion.
Learn more about the conference and register here: https://bit.ly/2v3py5a
Organizational partners supporting this event include: AIA New Hampshire, Association of Historical Societies of New Hampshire, AARP NH, Littleton Historical Society, NH Department of Resources and Economic Development, Bureau of Historic Sites, NH Division of Historical Resources, NH Historical Society, Land and Community Heritage Investment Program, NH Municipal Association, Plan New Hampshire, and Stay Work Play NH.
To date, generous sponsors for the preservation conference include the following: Bedard Preservation & Restoration; Fifield Building Restoration & Relocation LLC; Northland Forest Products; The Rowley Agency; Sheehan Phinney; Arch Weathers Historic Sashworks; New Hampshire Conservation and Heritage License Plate Program (Moose Plate); Sash and Solder; and SMP Architecture.
For more information and registration, visit nhpreservation.org or call 603-224-2281.