Thanks to the generous support of the Rural Maryland Council, Preservation Maryland will be hitting the road to setup temporary pop-up offices in rural parts of the state!
Preservation Maryland will be at the Washington County Historical Society on Thursday, April 12, 2018, 10AM-4PM.
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Members of the public are encouraged to drop-in and no appointment is necessary. Preservation Maryland staff will be on hand to talk and meet with anyone who stops in.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Preservation Maryland staff will setup shop and work remotely from the pop-up space. Members of the public are encouraged to drop-in to learn more about the work of the organization and to talk to professional staff about questions or concerns they may have about preservation issues in their community. Staff will assist visitors and help connect them to existing resources. Information on state and non-profit preservation programs will be on-hand as well as information about Preservation Maryland’s many initiatives and educational opportunities. In addition to Preservation Maryland staff, representatives of other statewide non-profit organizations and governmental units have been invited to attend and may also be in attendance to help answer questions.
Thursday, May 10, 2018, 10AM-4PM
437 Race Street
Cambridge, MD 21613
Friday, May 11, 2018, 10AM-4PM
Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland Building
15045 Burnt Store Road
Hughesville, MD 20637
Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 10AM-4PM
Carroll County Public Library Headquarters
Community Meeting Room
1100 Green Valley Road
New Windsor, MD 21776
Contact Jessica Feldt, Preservation Maryland, Preservation Initiatives Manager, 410-685-2886.