7 pm, Wednesday, June 7
Jones Middle School
The Upper Arlington Historical Society continues its “History Speaks” series, with a June 7 discussion on architecture of 50+ year-old homes.
Join presenter Susan Keeny, Preservation Director at Columbus Landmarks, to learn why taking a preservation approach is important not only for our homes, but also for our neighborhoods. Highlights of local architecture, resources for homeowners, and a lively question/answer session will round out this informative evening.
Columbus Landmarks was founded 45 years ago with a mission “to preserve Columbus landmarks and neighborhoods through advocacy, education, and investment, and to promote design that inspires and endures.” They are fully committed to equity, sustainable growth, and design excellence for all. Of special interest to attendees of this event is their Home Preservation Program.
The evening begins with a brief Annual Meeting of the UA Historical Society. All are welcome; Society members may vote on issues.
The evening is free to attend, reservations are required.
The History Speaks series is supported, in part, through a Community Relations Small Innovation Grant.