Preservation Trust of Vermont
March 23, 2018
Deadline for PTV Award Nomination Submissions


Brooks House, Brattleboro: 2016 Preservation Award Winner

Since 1982, PTV has recognized outstanding contributions in the field of historic preservation.

Awards are presented to the individuals and organizations who have made special contributions in preserving Vermont's historic architecture. 

Examples include: 
  • excellent preservation or adaptive use of an historic property;
  • stellar educational and public information materials and programs;
  • vital building trades and professional training;
  • outstanding long-term stewardship of a historic property;
  • unique programming at historic properties;
  • critical and generous financial support;
  • special encouragement and leadership in the preservation field.

The deadline for nomination submissions is Friday, March 23, 2018.

March 7, 7:00 pm 

Ed McMahon on "The Power of Uniqueness"
Unitarian Church of Montpelier


Ed McMahon, the former president of Scenic America, is coming to Montpelier on March 7 to discuss "The Power of Uniqueness" for the Vermont Humanities Council's First Wednesdays program.
 
McMahon is a renowned TED talk lecturer, and one America's most incisive analysts of land use and economic development. 

"There is no place in America today that will stay special by accident. You can anticipate the changes that are coming, and direct them. Or you can just let them happen. You can grow by choice, or you can grow by chance."
 

March 24-25, 9:00 am - 5 pm

New Hampshire Old House & Barn Expo
At the Radisson, 700 Elm Street, Manchester, NH


Have fun and learn from the experts at this unique expo that helps old house and barn owners and enthusiasts with appropriate and affordable solutions. Create your own show "itinerary" and explore preservation strategies, architecture, craft and history through hourly lectures, visits with high quality exhibitors, demonstrations and "Old House and Barn Doctor" sessions. You will enjoy:
  • Top-notch presenters including Tom McLaughlin from NHPBS' Rough Cut with Fine Woodworking, garden columnist and commentator Henry Homeyer, architectural historian James Garvin, and stone mason and author Kevin Gardner.
  • Demonstrations sponsored by the N.H. State Council on the Arts, including timber framing, woodworking and stone wall building.
  • An Expo scavenger hunt for children (and adults) as well as opportunities to observe and try building crafts.
  • Topics that include 21st century comfort in old homes, barn repair, energy efficiency, financing and insurance, home buying strategies, gardening with old-time favorites, interior finishes, lead paint, masonry and plaster repair, mid-century architecture, old house maintenance, researching house histories, window repair and wood turning.
The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance strengthens communities and stimulates local economies by encouraging the protection and revival of historic buildings and places. 

April 6, 7-9 pm, Riverside Grange, 30 Batten Road, West Topsham, VT

April 14, 1-3 pm, Middle Branch Grange, 78 Store Hill Road, East Bethel, VT




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