Friday & Saturday, April 28 & 29
@ The Match Factory in Bellefonte
The 2017 Old House Fair, in its second year, offers an exciting two day menu of workshops and bus facilitated tours of the Bellefonte Historic District that will kick off with banquet and internationally known authority on historic preservation, Ed McMahon. McMahon, along with over a dozen state and local experts will present programs about historic preservation and why it is good for our communities. Maintenance challenges of old houses, architectural styles, historic landscaping, and historic masonry among other topics of interest will also be available to old house enthusiasts.
Saturday’s program is for everyone at $10 for the day.
What attendees found most useful in 2016:
“Inspiring for future historic preservation efforts.”
“The attention it focused on the value of old buildings.”
“It would be great to make it an annual event! So many topics to cover! I liked being in the company of fellow old-house
The Old House Fair relies on sponsorship support to make the programming widely available and affordable to the public. If you would be interested in partnering through sponsorship, please contact Mary Sorensen at 814-234-4779 or email@example.com for more information.
Old House Fair updates and registration, soon to be announced, will be available at: www.centrehistory.org/ohf. Registration is required for the banquet and highly encouraged for all programming in order to reserve a seat at the programs you would like to attend.
While Friday’s program is available to everyone, it is tailored to professionals, and continuing education credits are available for a variety of professions. Morning and afternoon workshops are $20 each. The Keynote/banquet is $60. Registration is available online for all Old House Fair programming at centrehistory.org/ohf.