Sticks and Stones”*the 30th Annual Rhode Island Statewide Historic Preservation Conference Glocester, Rhode Island Saturday, April 25, 8:30am – 6pm

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$40 includes all activities plus morning coffee, lunch, closing reception

This year*s statewide preservation conference, *Sticks and

Stones,* examines historic rural landscapes and the long-term impact of changes on the land. The event gets underway at St. Eugene*s Church in historic Chepachet Village with a keynote speech on the geology and cultural history of New England*s stone walls. The speech is followed by 10 workshops, 6 films, and 11 bus and walking tours of historic places around Rhode Island*s northwest corner, including farms and forests, mid-century modern residences, and village centers from Harrisville to North Scituate. Presented by the R.I. Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission, the annual conference is a great opportunity to explore the historic Northwest Corner and network with professionals in the field.

 

For more information (and to register), visit http://www.preservation.ri.gov/conference/15overview.php or call (401)732-1009. Pre-registration is open until April 11; on-site registration will be available on April 25.