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Preservation Alliance Provides Free Virtual Gatherings on Old House and Community Historic Preservation Topics

The N.H. Preservation Alliance invites owners and enthusiasts of old homes or barns as well as leaders of community preservation projects to participate in their new virtual roundtable gatherings. The summer schedule can be found at www.nhpreservation.org.

Preservation Alliance staff will be joined by experts and members of the N. H. Division of Historical Resources. A roundtable format encourages questions and information exchange. Attendees of the Preservation Alliance’s first set this spring found them practical and inspiring.

The gatherings are free, but the membership-based non-profit encourages donations. The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance strengthens communities and stimulates local economies by encouraging the protection and revival of historic buildings and places.

Our generous supporters of our old house and barn programs include TMS Architects, PA,Frank Anzalone Associates, Bedard Preservation & Restoration LLC, Ian Blackman Restoration and Preservation, Fifield Building Restoration & Relocation LLC,Selectwood, Execusuite LLC, KCS Architect, Rumford Stone and Frank R. Whittemore Builder. Our community field service supporters include Ambit Engineering, American Steeple & Tower Co and JRT - AIA Architect.

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N.H. Preservation Alliance Virtual Gatherings Schedule:

House Histories: How to Research the Evolution of Your House with Andrew Cushing, Director, Bureau of Historic Sites at N.H. State Parks and Mae Williams, preservation consultant at Unlocking History, July 9

Community Heritage and Preservation Celebration and Promotion Ideas with Jennifer Goodman, N.H. Preservation Alliance and Amy Dixon of the N.H. Division of Historical Resources, July 14.

Summer Cottage and Camp Care with Steve Bedard, Bedard Preservation and Restoration and Beverly Thomas, N.H. Preservation Alliance, July 21

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with members of the N.H. Division of Historical Resources, August 4

Passing It On discussion with Jennifer Goodman of the N.H. Preservation Alliance and Attorney Alexandra Breed of Orr and Reno, August 6

An Overview of New Hampshire Architecture with Nadine Miller, N.H. Division of Historical Resources and Beverly Thomas, N.H. Preservation Alliance, September 10

Community Preservation Planning 101: Survey, State and National Register and More with Jennifer Goodman, N.H. Preservation Alliance and Meghan Rupnik, N.H. Division of Historical Resources, September 15

Fundraising and Communications for Community Preservation Projects with Byron Champlin, philanthropy and communications expert and Jennifer Goodman, N.H. Preservation Alliance, September 22.

First come, first served. Participants will be sent sign-in information for video or phone access.

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