Preservation Conversations
Select Mondays at 10:00am ǀ THS Members: FREE ǀ Non-Members: $7

Do you enjoy old houses, good stories, history, and great places to visit locally and nationally? Come join the conversation as we learn more about preserving and utilizing our historic assets! Program takes place inside 1837 Niles-Barnard House at the Village. 

Join us on the following Mondays at 10:00am. Space is limited; register in advance online or call 248-524-3570.

 

May 23: Researching a House 101
We’ll walk through the basics of doing research on a historic home so you’re ready to jump into the field!
Click here to register for May 23 

 

June 27: Preservation in the National Parks
We’ll explore how the National Park Service has had to strike a balance between preserving natural and historical resources while making them accessible to scores of visitors. Bring your favorite souvenir, photo, or memory from a national park for show-and-tell, too! Scroll down to register.

 

July 25: The DIA: A Local Architectural Gem!
As the Detroit Institute of Art’s InsideǀOut program takes over Troy, we’ll take a closer look at this architectural treasure of Detroit and its iconic Diego Rivera Mural. Scroll down to register.

 

August 22: Saving Places: The Story of Colonial Williamsburg
We’ll look at how Virginia’s Colonial Williamsburg came to be and how it factors into the Historic Preservation movement. Scroll down to register.

 

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