Pull up a chair and gab with fellow concerned citizens about the preservation issues near and dear to you at the Historic Districts Council’s 25th annual preservation conference.
The day-long event on Saturday, March 2 is participant driven. Panels, conversations and presentations will come from those working on issues important to the preservation of communities and sites across the five boroughs.
This year the conference will include a mix of panels selected in advance as well as some chosen by vote at the conference. Anyone interested in leading a 45-minute session on a preservation topic can sign up at the beginning of the day.
Attendees will vote on their favorites at the start of the conference. Sessions with the top vote counts will be included in the events for the day.
The preservation conference will take place at the New York Law School at 185 West Broadway in Manhattan from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tickets are $35 for general admission, $25 for members and seniors, and free for students.
For more information or to register for tickets, visit the HDC’s event page here.
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