Historic preservation is often thought of as the arena of “little old ladies in running shoes.” However, the profession has attracted people of all ages and from a variety of backgrounds. October’s BWAP will present a panel of young preservationists who are “sub-30” and will share their perspectives on the profession and what they hope to achieve in the next decade.
Parking is available in a ramp across the street or along South Second Street in metered spaces. We begin a bit at 8:00 a.m. Coffee and bakery items will be available, as will the usual great questions and commentary. We will be finished by 9:00 a.m.
And – December’s BWAP will be our traditional invitational.
Every December we celebrate the end of the year with an invitational. You send in images and stories about your favorite historic properties. This year’s theme is: Trespass.
Please send us images of a place (or two) that you had to exercise unauthorized methods to enter because, well – you’ll have to tell us that, too.
Now is the time to think about those mini-adventures, and send us a photo, the name or description of the place, and its location. Send the info to: Stephanie Atwood at [masked]. Please put “December BWAP” in the subject line. All submittals are due by Friday, November 30, 2012.