PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES:  PIKES PEAK PRESERVATION FORUM 2019

May 3, 2019 – Celebrating National Preservation Month

Join us to learn, network and celebrate the best of historic preservation in this one day conference, designed for everyone interested in saving places!  Additional Forum details will be posted soon!

Location:  Grace and St. Stephens Episcopal Church, 601 N. Tejon St., Colorado Springs

Register online/deadline April 26:  www.hpasprings.org

$35 HPA Members / $55 new Members (includes one year membership)

8:00-9:00 a.m. – Registration, Coffee/Tea, Breakfast snacks, Book Store, Networking (Taft Hall)

9:00 – 10:00:  Welcome and Morning Plenary

  • Roxanne Eflin, Board President, Historic Preservation Alliance of Colorado Springs \
    • Official with the City of Colorado Springs
    • Clergy and Staff of Grace and St. Stephens Episcopal Church
  • Morning Plenary Speaker: Annie Levinksy, Executive Director, Historic Denver, Inc.
  • Review of the day’s activities

10:15-11:30:  TRACK A

Education Session #1: Presenters to be announced (TBA)

  • Education Session #2: Certified Local Government training for Historic Preservation CommissionsFacilitated by Erica Duvic, CLG State Program Coordinator, History Colorado
  • Workshop Session #1: Assessing the Condition of Historic Structures:  Presenters TBA
  • Walking Tour #1: Interior tour and history of the church, led by Marianna Mcjimsey, Church Archivist and Architectural Historian, and Anna Johnson, Director of Parish Life

11:30-11:45:  15 minute break – BOOK STORE OPEN

11:45-1:00:  LUNCH and Presentation

  • Special presentation plus a summary update of the City’s Historic Preservation Plan

1:00-1:15:  15 minute break – BOOK STORE OPEN

1:15-2:30:  TRACK B

Education Session #3: Presenters to be announced (TBA)

  • Education Session #4: Certified Local Government training for Historic Preservation Commissions – Facilitated by Erica Duvic, CLG State Program Coordinator, History Colorado
  • Workshop Session #2: Historic Wood Window Preservation and Repair – facilitated by Tim Boddington.  Presenters TBA
  • Walking Tour #2: Exterior, grounds and historic McWillians Parish House, led by Marianna Mcjimsey, Church Archivist and Architectural Historian, and Anna Johnson, Director of Parish Life (to be repeated)

2:30-2:45:  15 minute break – Final opportunity to SHOP THE BOOK STORE!

2:45-4:00:  TRACK C 

  • Education Session #5: Presenters to be announced (TBA)
  • Education Session #6: Certified Local Government training for Historic Preservation Commissions – Facilitated by Erica Duvic, CLG State Program Coordinator, History Colorado
  • Workshop Session #3: My Old House! A special preservation trades open house with one-on-one opportunity to bring your project and ask questions of the experts in historic building preservation and rehabilitation.  Meet the experts and brainstorm solutions to your challenges.
  • Walking Tour #3: Exterior, grounds and historic McWillians Parish House, led by Marianna Mcjimsey, Church Archivist and Architectural Historian, and Anna Johnson, Director of Parish Life

4:00-4:30:  My Old House Trades and Crafts Open House continues, to close our day!  Reconvene after a day of learning and sharing at our special preservation trades open house – and celebrate National Preservation Month with cake!

KEEP THE VIBE ALIVE!  TWO OPTIONAL CONCLUDING EVENTS:

4:30-5:30:  Optional guided stroll of the immediate Old North End National Register District with Historian Tim Scanlon.

4:30-5:30:  Networking, snacks and cash bar across the street at Paninis!

Click Here To Register.