Mingle with other lovers of the built environment and be part of the conversation about your city.
The Historic Districts Council, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, is holding its annual conference on March 7. The participant-driven conference, with lectures and presentations prepared by attendees, will include opening remarks by Landmarks Preservation Commission Chair Sarah Carroll.
Two panels will also be offered during the day-long event. If your community is attempting to get a historic district designated then the panel featuring tales from community groups who have succeeded in their efforts might be of particular help.
The preservation conference will take place at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice at 524 West 59th Street in Manhattan from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. General admission is $35 and $25 for members and seniors. For more information, visit the event page online.
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