Preservation Walks & Talks
Educational Series focused on Preservation, Planning, and Neighborhood Revitalization
About Preservation Walks & Talks
Led by HSF Executive Director Frank Strassler and a host of knowledgeable guest speakers, these informative discussions feature topics that relate to preserving the community, planning, identifying historic architecture, celebrating property rehabilitation, and experiencing neighborhood revitalization. Preservation Walks are held during the warmer months of the year and will meet at various times and locations. Preservation Talks are generally held on the first Friday of each month at noon in the R.R. Smith Center for History and Art 2nd floor lecture hall. Preservation Walks & Talks are casual, free, and open to the public.
2022 Preservation Walks and Talks
12:00 noon – October 14, 2022
T.J. Collins Sign and Designs
Meet at the T.J. Collins interpretive sign on Institute Street
We shall see how many Collins and Son designed buildings are viewed from the sign and then walk around the block to discuss the Collins designed homes making up the neighborhood.
Your homework assignment: review the excellent information provided in Dr. Katharine Brown’s Staunton’s Newtown, Portrait of a Historic District.