• Supervising Preservation Services Manager Joe Cornish describes adaptive reuse projects at Historic New England.
• Peter Michaud discusses his work as National Register, Preservation Tax Incentives, and Easements Coordinator for the New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources.
• Steve McHenry, owner and principal architect of McHenry Architecture, shares his experience with adaptive reuse projects such as Portsmouth’s new 3S Artspace.
Following these illustrated talks, join The Friends of Somersworth for a tour of an ongoing preservation effort at the Hilltop School in Somersworth, New Hampshire. Coffee and refreshments served.
Saturday, April 25, 10 am – 1 pm. Sarah Orne Jewett Visitor Center, 5 Portland Street, South Berwick, Maine.
Registration required. $25 registration fee; $20 for Historic New England members and students with valid ID.
For more information or to register, call 207-384-2454 or visit: http://shop.historicnewengland.org/p-7930-preservation-in-progress-adaptive-reuse-of-historic-structures.aspx to register online.
We look forward to seeing you there!